Catered to women with natural curly textured hair, this hair maven is giving you a different way to embrace your mane.
Afrobella (Photo Credit: Mark Lyndersay)
Afrobella of afrobella.com started her blog in August of 2006. Close to seven years later, the brand has expanded to collaborations with MAC Cosmetics and beyond.
From her hilarious jingle intro to showing her hair care failures, vlogger Sugar isn’t afraid to let it hang all out, showing viewers her imperfect hair trials and infusing candid comedic songs throughout her tutorials.
Vlogger and creator of the Taren916 YouTube channel, Taren is a natural hair motivator. Her videos include tips and tutorials, but what stands out most is her genuine care for her audience.
Whitney Patterson and Alexandria Williams are connecting the dots between natural hair, fitness and nutrition with their website sportyafros.com. For women of color, our hair is one of our biggest concerns when it comes to working out.
Natural Selection Blog
After 15 years of getting relaxers, Cassidy Blackwell decided to begin her natural hair journey and document it on her blog, naturalselectionblog.com. Her blog took off and ranges on topics of fitness, food and fashion.
UK natural hair blogger Natural Belle infuses natural hair product reviews with her love for fashion. Known as the blog for natural hair fashionistas, Natural Belle posts inspirational looks and styles that only a fashionista could appreciate.
Her hair philosophy is to have fun with your hair, because once you stop enjoying it, it becomes a chore. Naptural85 has become an online sensation with her playful yet informative tutorials and reviews.
My Natural Sistas (Photo Credit: Kings of Kinds Photography Codjo Edoh)
Three biological sisters—India, Toni and Carmen— have combined their experiences to produce one interesting and diverse channel.
Psychologist, naturalista and creator Dr. Nina Ellis-Hervey, of the popular blog and YouTube page BeautifulBrwnBabyDol, tackles the psychological issues of being natural.
Mae, of the trendy YouTube channel NikkiMae2003, has a relatable personality as well as a willingness to experiment with a variation of styles. She keeps viewers coming back for more.
Believing that a lot of what you eat affects hair growth, LongHairDon’tCare2011 offers a different route of growing long natural hair. From heat training your hair to teaching you how to massage your mane for growth.
YouTube channel HeyFranHey has become a web sensation. Creator Fran has capitalized her niche of DIY product tutorials. Teaching viewers how to mix their own organic hair and skincare regimens has proved to be a big hit.
With big beautiful hair reaching way past her shoulders, she makes you stop and watch another video to learn more. Chime’s posts about advice to grow long healthy natural hair prove to be a big hit.
Laila-Jean has a sweet and personable personality that almost makes you feel as though you are doing your hair with your best friend. The UK native did the big chop two years ago and hasn’t looked back.
Natural hair vlogger and funny girl Franchesca Ramsey of the popular YouTube channel Chescalocs is in a lane of her own. With 43,144 subscribers, Franchesca offers amazing style tutorials with a twist of humor.
Creator Leila wanted a blog that paid homage to all the women beginning and living the natural hair lifestyle as well as her own journey. The blog includes tips that help you identify your hair type and special regimens.