Celebrities are constantly changing their hair from the style to the length to even the color, so it makes perfect sense for them to invest in the billion dollar industry that is hair. Hair extensions have become a beauty staple that women all over the world enjoy. It is a market that doesn’t have many women or African American leaders, but the tide is starting to change. Click through this list of 15 celebrities who have made waves in the hair extensions world.
Tami Roman has stepped back into the weave game, this time around including her two daughters, Lyric and Jazz. The TR Collection specializes in three types of curly hair and Tami had this to say about her new venture, “Over the past few years, I’ve had the opportunity to work with some really great hair companies (Glamluxe, Indique), in which I’ve learned a lot about what it takes to offer above grade quality hair. So, I’ve decided to try again with my own CURLY hair line called the TR Hair Collection.”
Tasha Marbury’s new weave and extensions salon is open for business. The Celebrity Sew Ins extensions bar provides women with Glam Luxe hair, which is an industry favorite. The “Emperor of Hair” Elgin Charles collaborated with Tasha and trained her stylists on his signature technique for sew-ins. Celebrity Sew Ins is located in Brownsville in Brooklyn.
Elise Neal collaborated with California Lace Wigs & Weaves on her Hollywood Belle Collection. Her line features three colors: Coco Brown, Honey Blonde and Ruby Red ranging from 12-16 inches in length. The collection uses 100% pure Malaysian Virgin Remy hair exclusively.
The Beverly Johnson Luxurious Hair Collection is 100% human Virgin Remy Indian Temple Hair, which is high quality hair. She also has a line of wigs named after her, as well as ponytails.
Angela Simmons was the first celebrity spokesmodel for Indiqué Virgin Hair Extensions. She debuted the “Bikini” collection that featured wavy textured hair for summer. Indiqué features various types of Virgin Indian Remy hair that has been colored, steamed, keratin treated or is completely natural.
Brandy launched a hair extension line with Ultima in 2007. The collection includes organic protein hair that uses a collagen treatment for softer hair.
Vivica A. Fox
The Vivica A. Fox Hair Collection has raw virgin remy hair, which includes lacefronts, pontyails, wigs and weave caps. Her collection covers every type of hair weave that a woman could need.
The Toya Wright Hair Collection carries premium Brazillian, Eurasian, Russian and Peruvian hair. Her collection features hair from around the world.
N*ked Hair by Porsha Stewart features 100% Virgin hair. Her collection includes Brazilian and Indian hair that is meant to make women feel confident and beautiful.
Paris Hilton’s Hair Extensions line didn’t get too far before she landed in legal troubles. She was set to promote clip-in strands through Dream Catchers Extensions, but was later sued for wearing a competitor’s extensions. By 2010, though, the brand had sued her for $35 million.
Syleena Johnson launched the True Diva Collection through Renown Premium Hair. Her U-part wig was designed for “…women who lead active lives, but who want also want to actively maintain their own natural hair! Feel free to work out, dance, go to work, and be your wonderful self–without ruining your look!”
Despite all the drama on “Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta” we’ll give Karlie Redd credit that her weave is always on point. The Redd Hair Line by the “singer” includes 100% Virgin cuticle hair in various lengths and wave patterns.
Sherri Shepherd is always wearing her very own wigs on “The View.” NOW by Sherri Shepherd wigs are a complete collection of long, short, curly and straight wigs made with synthetic hair.
Glamour by LisaRaye is an exotic hair line that includes tresses from Brazil, Peru and hair care products to match. Both hair types come in various textures and lengths.
Luxhair How by Tabatha Coffey features a variety of short and long wigs that are made with the exclusive Keralon light fiber that makes the hair feel natural. According to Tabatha, her collection is not full of wigs and extensions, “they’re secret weapons.”