How Black-owned hair care is reshaping the beauty world
28 Sep 2021
How Black-owned hair care is reshaping the beauty world

The beauty industry still has a way to go to meet the hair care needs of the Black British woman. And while new brands are emerging to fill this gap, fuelled by active digital communities, their IRL offerings often leave much to be desired. So, how can the sector evolve to become more inclusive?

Charlotte Williams

Charlotte Williams is the founder of SevenSix Agency, an influencer marketing agency with a focus on diversity and inclusion. The agency provides consultancy services to brands and influencers centred around representation in advertising. Charlotte uses her Instagram and newsletter to help grow female entrepreneurs and small businesses, as well as to promote her sustainability-focused podcast.

Alex Peters

Alex Peters is a journalist specialising in beauty, wellness, and body politics and has been a part of Dazed Beauty since its founding in 2018. She has contributed pieces to Vogue, The Face, AnOther Magazine, Sentimental Journal, Service95, and Season Zine.

Mariella Agapiou

Having weaved a career that started in PR and social, and led to journalism before turning to the dark side (brand side), Mariella is able to execute all kinds of projects. From research to editorial, ideation to creation. Mariella worked within the fashion industry - both in London and Dubai - for over ten years at publications and brands such as Bustle, ELLE UK, Ounass, Wednesday, MATCHESFASHION.COM and Grazia Middle East. Now, Mariella focuses her energy on culturally conscious conversations, whether that’s consulting and strategising for her clients, or writing about positive escapism, sustainable style, mindfulness and women empowerment.