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Black-owned Salons You Should Know About & How to Support Them

A little over a week ago, we spoke up and showed our support for the Black Lives Matter movement and the Black community, recognizing change needs to happen now. There are many ways to show support for the Black community including showing love to Black-owned business.

With some salons starting to re-open across the country, we think it’s important, now more than ever, to amplify Black artists in the industry. In today’s blog post, we’re highlighting a few Black-owned salons in our DevaCurl family and how you can support them.

Aesthetics Salon in Arlington, VA—owned by Yene Damtew

TonyaStyles of Music City in Hermitage, TN—owned by LaTonya Walker

Firefly Collective in Phoenix, AZ—Booth rented by Martina Nicholas

Diva Looks by Faith in Monroeville, PA—Owned by Faith Coles

LunaBella Makeup & Hair Salon in Santa Barbara, CA—Owned by Christin Brown

MaduSalon in San Francisco, CA—Owned by Marie

Hair and Spirit LLC in CT—Owned by Lisa Ward

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Spring’s Place in Chicago, IL—Owned by Spring

Freedom Curls in Indianapolis, Indiana—Owned by Laquita Burnett

Satz Hair in New Bern, NC & Fredericksburg, VA—Owned by Annazette Riley

How to Show Support

Here are a few ways you can support Black-owned salons:

  • Give them a shout-out on your social media pages
  • If you’ve visited before, leave them a positive review
  • Share recommendations with your friends
  • Buy products from the salon instead of online or at a retailer
  • And of course, book an appointment with them

We know there are many other Black-owned salons out there so be sure to shout out your favorite one in the comments below!

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