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Moisturize Your Mane

Dry hair is the top complaint we see here at TBB. We have a solution that can work for you.

Hair Growth Favorite

Derived from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia plant, tea tree oil is known to help clean the hair, keep it strong, and reduce dandruff.

Reversing Damage

Sourced from the castor bean (Ricinus communis), castor oil is rich in ricinoleic acid—a type of fatty acid found to fight inflammation.

Preventing Hair Loss

Our B&B family was on to something! Coconut oil is often said to be the best oil to use on your hair to reduce protein loss and keep it looking healthy. In fact, coconut oil came out on top in all of their studies and reduced protein loss in hair that was undamaged, bleached, chemicallyContinue reading “Preventing Hair Loss”

Get Smooth Hair

Whether you apply flaxseed topically as an oil, or perhaps eat more ground flaxseed on a regular basis, there’s a belief that doing so will make your hair stronger for better growth and overall manageability. When applied to your hair, any type of plant-based oil may help seal the cuticle, which helps prevent breakage andContinue reading “Get Smooth Hair”

Heal Your Hair

Shea butter is a byproduct of shea nuts that are harvested from the Vitellaria paradoxa tree in West Africa. Shea butter is produced through an arduous process of harvesting, washing, and preparing the shea nuts from which oil is then extracted. Filled with Vitamins A and E along with essential fatty acids, shea butter has both emollientContinue reading “Heal Your Hair”


Hey there, Thanks for passing through and shopping with Texas Black Beauty Supply. This store was born out of a sincere need for diy hair supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic. We offer doorstep delivery to make sure that you have convenient access to our products and also stay safe during temporary social distancing. I wentContinue reading “Greetings”

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