A mainstay on Kardashian/Jenner social media accounts, these vitamins are also effective for women of color. $30, sugarbearhair.com.
We’ve seen this supplement transform hair in real life thanks to Teyana Taylor, who is a longtime advocate for the brand. “This product is awesome,” she said in March 2016. “My hair has super breakage from color and this vitamin is helping. I would use my last dime for this product!” $26, target.com.
Made for all hair types, this supplement claims to strengthen and grow hair follicles. $25, hairfinity.com.
This biotin-rich supplement claims to support stronger, healthier-looking hair with results in as little as four weeks. What’s notable about this vitamin is its ingredient list which includes a heap of super nourishing oils: soybean, fish, sunflower and rice bran are just a few. $60, sephora.com.
These fruity chewables look like candy and are perfect for anyone who finds difficulty swallowing tablets. Many reviewers reported thicker, fuller strands. $20, hairburst.com.
As the only plant-based vitamin on this list, HUM’s hair and nail strengthening option emphasizes thickness and shine as opposed to growth. Most consumers reported seeing significant change, but only after using for at least one month. $30, sephora.com.
These tablets contain a super potent mix of active ingredients to nourish thinning hair and promote growth; biotin for protein production, iron for improved blood circulation and Vitamin C for protection against bacteria. Viviscal also includes AminoMar, a marine complex derived from silica and horsetail extract. $50, viviscal.com.