Are you considering to stop straightening your hair using chemicals? The transition is easier than you think! Especially since you can turn to the booming natural hair community online to help you for your styling solutions.
You can find many amazing hair fanatics who share natural hair tips and product recommendations for your curly strands.
Whether you are just someone who’s starting the transition to natural hair or just looking for some inspiration, these 19 natural hair bloggers will motivate you to try out something that’s new and just right for your needs.
Aisha & Life, formerly My Fro & I
Aisha knows how to handle hair while being a working mom. She loves to talk about beauty and especially about natural hair. She provides her thoughts, experiences and styles about being a woman with natural hair. And as the new year starts, Aisha announced she is ready to move on to a new site called aishaandlife.com to mark new beginnings. She does not just talk about natural hair but she also shares with the community about beauty as a whole, babies and life in general.
Women in search for advices on natural hair care do not need to look further as Nikki Walton’s CurlyNikki.com provides everything. As a graduate with a masters degree in Psychology and with a practice as a psychotherapist, the blog serves as online hair therapy for those women struggling to embrace their natural hair.
With over 2.6 million visits monthly, the “Black Girl with Long Hair” blog is created for black women in celebrating their unique beauty, language and culture.
Lungi originally created bylungi.com to document her journey on going natural to being naturally curly. On January 2016, she decided to explore and share everything related to hair, beauty, food, travel and her DIY projects. She is also uploading some helpful videos about her journey in her youtube channel, https://www.youtube.com/bylungi.
Elizabeth Adenji created the site as her personal blog. For four years in blogging, she has become completely committed to discussing natural hair, lifestyle and DIY projects. For women this post of her, titled “How I grew my Edges back” is definitely useful to naturals struggling to grow their edges.
Looking for a golden resource blog for hair care, styling and inspiration for your natural curly hair? Monica of Mo Knows Hair shares her secrets and incredibly helpful product recommendations, treatment tips and all of these have videos for you to watch too.
Jenell Stewart embraced her natural hair on March 2010, and as she went on the journey, she found blogging as her joy and decided to inspire other women how to love & nurture their natural hair. Her blog is ideal for women in need of hair care education and support. You will dive into unique and fresh life-changing natural hairstyles tips in this blog. You need to read her article about “The Power of Self Love.”
Being natural for nine years, Sabrina from Seriously Natural is committed to provide the best tips, styles, reviews and recommendations for women struggling to embrace or just started out to embrace their natural kinky hair. She provided immediate answer to all natural women’s query about their hair and provided the simplest and DIY solution. One great article I found from her site is the discussion about natural hair detox.
AB & MeeMee are besties who love to educate, inspire and encourage women with natural hair. The two Nigerian beauties are sharing their own personal struggles and achievements for having natural hair to the community through their write ups. They also featured their own natural hair regimen for others to follow or get inspiration. You can read their articles: 3 Terrific Tips to Make Your Silk Press Last and Styling Solutions for Fine, and Thin Natural Hair for a quick hairspiration!
Heather from nenonatural.com assimilated lots of knowledge from books to provide kinky and curly hair advice to all natural-hair born women. One awesome thing about her blog is that she provides the one of the best product lines for dry hair types.
Candice Straughter, the editor and creator of Naturall Stellar knows how to balance her life as a stylish mom and a creative entrepreneur. Her blog features things about beauty, business and life. She also shares some beauty product reviews ideal for women with natural hair.
Naija Curls features a lot of topics and categories about regimen for basic natural hair care. Taiwo Kafilat, the editor of Naija Curls aspires to achieve healthy, natural hair and provides useful information for women who struggle to cope with their natural hair.
Longing 4 Length is created by Ebony C. Princess, who originally wanted to document her personal journey towards healthy long natural hair, however, upon knowing some women needs an inspiration, she started blogging to provide in-depth informative articles by providing thorough and honest product reviews that are useful for all natural women.
Mae is respected in the realm of beauty as she started her vlogs in late 2000s intended to produce content to show her hair transition from relaxed to natural. She provides the best tips and video tutorials to help women with natural hair in their journey. She is also a famous YouTuber with over 170,000 subscribers. You can find her here: https://www.youtube.com/naturalchica.
Sylvia combines all the useful information for women and helps women be inspired and embrace their curly hair. The site provides products and salons suggestions, hair type discussion and also features some kind, news, culture, business and events topics.
Vashti of Veepeejay.com initially started her natural hair journey by creating videos on YouTube under https://www.youtube.com/thehodgepodgefiles and documented it through her posts on the blog. She aims to inspire and encourage women to embrace their own selves and live life with a purpose by sharing essential information about hair, beauty and lifestyle.
Lexi from LexiWithTheCurls was a natural hair YouTube vlogger way back in 2008. Using both YouTube and her site as a medium, she provides reviews for different natural hair products and records her journey on going natural. She also talks a lot about hair and beauty, travel, lifestyle and fashion on the blog.
Urban Bush Babies is an online publication created as a source for women with natural hair. Two passionate friends, Nikisha & Cipriana created the blog which provides information about beauty, health, fashion, music, film, lifestyle and arts.
Naturalsisters.co.za is created by Ruth Mafupa to help women celebrate, nurture and enjoy their natural kinky hair. She stated in her blog that she’s not a hair expert but she provides amazing reviews on specific products and styling methods to help encourage, warn, and inspire other women. Check out Ruth’s latest post about Protective Styling, Box Braids.