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Cincinnati natural hair salons that may be able to give you a new style!
How many Black-owned Beauty salons are in Cincinnati?
Which Black Cincinnati stylists specialize in natural hair?
Where are the black hair salons and barbershops in Cincinnati?
Where are the black-owned beauty supply stores?
Are you dealing with breakage from too much heat? Strenuous workouts? Excessive combing? Well, protective styles are the way to go to encourage hair growth and get your hair back healthy and even restore your edges. White women and black women have different hair care regimens. Natural hair care isn’t just limited to these two groups, Black Americans (including men) often seek ways to properly care for their hair. Don’t let hair typing confuse you.
These styles include Havana twists, cornrows, chunky twists, faux locs, box braids, bantu knots, a twist updo, a high bun and more. Whether you have straight hair, want to do a big chop, or just desire personal styling, below are several Cincinnati natural hair salons who do just that. Some hairdressers even make house calls for an extra charge. Such arrangements must be made at the time of the appointment.
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Abiona Hair Design
2357 Gilbert Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45206
Relaxed and natural styles, braids, twists, color services, locs, quick weave, and sew-ins.
Distinguished Cuts Barbershop
5826 Bramble Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45227
Hair cuts (fades, mohawks, line-ups, shaves), hair color, steam scalp treatments, beard treatments.
Love That Hair
11561 Chester Road, Suite B
Cincinnati, OH 45246
Natural hair care, twists (double strand), braids (crochet, tree, box), sew-ins, hair color, deep condition, locs (maintenance & styles).
Magic Hands, LLC
3347 Harrison Avenue, Apartment 146
Cincinnati, OH 45211
Braids, locs (maintenance and styles), extension services, hair cutting, hair color, keratin treatments, protective styling.
Mr. Reno Barbershop
2100 Seymour Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45237
Hair cuts (even Steven, tapers, bald fades, Philly fades), hair color, classic shaves.
The Royal Chamber
6026 Ridge Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45213
Hair bonding, hair fusion, braids (crochet, micro plaits, goddess braids, cornrows), two-strand twists, locs, press and curl, silk press.
Uptown Salon & Spa
4939 Paddock Road
Cincinnati, OH 45237
Protective styles, hair cutting, silk press, hair color.
Training your hair with natural hair products can cost a lot of money and trial and error. Some products hold curls and moisture, while others cause frizz and dryness. No two heads are alike, every person will have to concoct their own remedy. Below are a couple of Cincinnati Black-owned natural hair products that you can try and Cincinnati black-owned retail locations that you can visit.
All Together Lovely Beauty Supply
408 4th Avenue, Mason, Ohio 45040
Hours: Wednesday – Saturday 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Pretty As Porcelain
*Offers high-quality virgin hair and creates custom units
Your hair should not hinder you from working out. Furthermore, depending on the texture and style of your hair, it may be sufficient for to you wear a silk or satin head wrap when you exercise. If you sweat a lot during your workout, you should use a sweatband of synthetic blends and fibers to keep your hair dry. After your workout, make sure your hair is completely dry before removing the head wrap. Also, if you notice a build-up on your scalp, you can dab a little witch hazel or peppermint oil on a cotton ball to cleanse and refresh your scalp. Read more about this in Healthy Hair Workout Regimens.
If you are a Cincinnati Black-owned hair salon or retailer that specializes in caring for natural hair and would like to be added to our list, please submit your name to our Black Business Database.
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Marissa Staples, Writer
The Voice of Black Cincinnati