This December, team ESSENCE is partnering with Target to bring the first-ever ESSENCE + New Voices Entrepreneurship Summit And Target Holiday Market to Atlanta.
In anticipation of this premiere holiday shopping experience and entrepreneurship-building event, we’re spotlighting some of the best Black-owned beauty products on the Target shelves — including a few brands you’ll be able to shop in person at the ESSENCE x Target Holiday Market from December 13 – December 15 in ATL.
With everything from cute fashions to home decor, you’re sure to walk out with everything on your shopping list and then some any time you visit Target! These affordable brands are sure to cover your hair, skin and makeup needs far beyond Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the rest of this holiday season.
Keep scrolling to check out our list and then be sure to grab your tickets to join us in ATL!
Nas raves about this grooming line geared toward black men (and women who want close cuts). Try Shave System Restoring Balm, $14.
Developed by chemist Dr. Ali N. Syed, this line aims to moisturize and strengthen hair. Try Coconut Cleansing Conditioner, $8.
Known for her luscious scents and ingredients, Lisa Price continues to make waves with her line of natural hair products. Try Mirabelle Plum Biotin Hair Mask, $14.
Known for their fresh and natural ingredients, this is a great line for fresh scents! Try Lemongrass Leave-In Conditioner, $13.
Created by THEE Iman, this line totes beauty products that compliment the various shades and tones women of color come in. Try Skin Tone Evener BB Creme, $20.
This hairline is meant to protect and moisturize all hair types- from natural to relaxed. Try Seal & Shine, $15.
This famous brand, created by girl boss sisters Miko and Titi Branch, appeals to those looking to moisturize and define their curl pattern. Try MultiCultural Curls, $16.
Jasmine Lawrence was just 13 years old when she created this line of natural hair products that caught the eye of Oprah. Try Natural Curl Defining Cream, $8.
This line is targeted towards multicultural women with defined curls. Great for hydration and definition. Try Deep Conditioner, $14.
Also known as “Thank God It’s Natural”, this line prides itself on all-natural ingredients that aren’t tested on animals. Try Argan Replenishing Hair and Body Serum, $15.
This natural hair care line has products that are great for creating definition and controlling frizz. Try Curly Curl Gello Hair Mousse, $7.
With “Oyin” being the Yoruban word for “honey”, this handmade line of cosmetics makes both hair and beauty products. Try: Burnt Sugar Pomade, $14, target.com
Known for their great smelling products, this line is made with natural ingredients. Try Blueberry Bliss Control Paste, $9.
Known for their conditioning products, this line is meant for all kinds of curls. Try Knot Today Leave-in Conditioner Detangler, $12.