Skip to main content

5 of my favourite natural hair Vloggers :-)

Hi there,
  I am an addict. Yeah you heard right. I'm not even going to lie, I am addicted to YouTube!! I most especially love the natural hair tutorials and no day passes without me viewing at least 2 videos (all thanks to my You Tube downloader which means I can watch those videos over and over and over again without streaming) I'm blown away by  how creative those women are! They make natural hair look so easy to manage. I watch them trim their hair, make all kinds of concoctions for hair, sew weave ins, braid and twist their own hair,all the while sporting gorgeous heads of natural hair! They make me feel like I don't need to ever step into a hair salon again ( hurrah for thunder!!!) I'm so in love with these women!! Today I'm going to share 5 of my favourite Vloggers with you. Enjoy!


Mynaturalsistas
Without a doubt these are my favourite Vloggers. They are super cute and know their onions when it comes to natural hair. I love how they each have a distinctive style. I check their channel first and have more of their videos than any other Vlogger.




Aren't they cute?

India (big sis)

Toni (middle sis)

Carmen (baby sis)


 Naptural85
 I love this straight talking naturalista, her hair is awesome and I just want to run my hands through those strands! Her vlog is really nice, she goes straight to the point and has great advice and easy 58tutorials. It was fun watching her hair grow from this:

 
 
 to this

                                                                          Then this
 
 
and finally this!!

Look at that mane! *ahhh swoon




 QueenTeshna
This Jamaican lady makes short natural hair so much fun. With a nice accent  and a great sense of style she is definitely one of my favourite vloggers.I learnt a lot of short hair styles from her and I think  she just has a special way of making natural hair look fab(she inspired my afro puff)










 Backsyncfan
This lady to me is the queen of medium length hairstyling. She can make any hairstyle look super easy.Learnt how to do a fro hawk ,flexi rods and straw sets from this sister.
 

She did this hairstyle herself



Same as this



and this one too




BlakIzBeautyful
Jenell of kinkycurlycoilyme is the owner of this Vlog. I love her tutorials and natural hair tips.Learnt how to do hot oils treatments from her.





So there you are... I hope you can find time to visit their channels too.
 
 
 
 
KimB

Comments

  1. God! Am so loving all dez hairs. Am so lazy abt my hair. I rili nid a motivation. For ur professional makeup pls add 25C1DB17

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You are not alone! Imagine your hair as long as India's (of my natural sistas).that's enough motivation for anyone :-)

      Delete
  2. Wow, I love natural hair - currently transitioning and can't wait till I'm all natural

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

The best way to comb your natural hair

Hi there,
  Combing natural hair has always been a problem. There is a lot of pain involved but that's not the only challenge combing presents. Combing your hair is a major cause of hair breakage, remember those balls of hair you remove from your comb each time you comb?  Here are some tips to help you minimize breakage from combing:

Use the right tool
 Never use a fine tooth comb for your hair. It is better to use a wide toothed comb. This will reduce hair breakage. If you must use a fine tooth comb ensure you have thoroughly detangled and combed with a wide tooth comb first. Also make sure the teeth of the comb is seamless to avoid ripping out your hair as you comb.





Comb your hair only when it is damp
 Your hair is weakest when it is dripping wet and so combing it then will cause it to break.On the other hand combing your hair when it is dry will also break it off because your hair is not as flexible as it should be. When your hair is damp it can better withstand the force of…

How to create a a sleek faux bun with short natural hair!!!!

Hi people!
   So its been a while since my last post and I apologize. I have been all kinds of busy but I have got something really cool for you all today. I haven't really done any hairstyle posts on this blog  because in my bid to retain length I just cornrow and throw on a wig. I have been doing that for months with the random Afro-puff thrown in once in awhile but this week I just wasn't  in the mood for any of my wigs. I decided to finally do something I have been dying to do: a faux bun!! Its super easy just follow the steps below and you'll be rocking your faux bun in a couple of minutes :-)

                           Preparing my hair

I stretched my hair with my cornrows first. I took out the braids then moisturised and sealed:

 I sectioned my hair into 2 parts. I started from the front section. I added some Ecostyler gel, brushed it lightly with a toothbrush and pulled it into a bun on the top of my head:

 After I was done with the front, I brushed up the back and…

APHOGEE 2 STEP PROTEIN TREATMENT REVIEW

Hi guys,
   I don't know if I have mentioned it before but I have been shedding like crazy for months. I don't know how I still have any hair left on my head. My hair is also breaking and doesn't seem to retain moisture as much as it used to. After a really terrible day of detangling( I use a wide tooth comb now) and I knew I had to get help. I have seen quite a few Instagram testimonials on the Aphogee 2 Step Protein Treatment so I decided to try it out. Its a hard protein treatment that promises to stop breakage and shedding. I read a few reviews online first then I got right into it.










     STEP ONE: PREPARATION
I thoroughly detangled my hair. I did this because the treatment makes hair very hard so to prevent severe tangling and breakage during the process its best to detangle first.Shampooed with the ORS creamy Aloe shampoo. Its best to shampoo the hair before applying a protein treatment to get the best results.Sectioned my hair into 4 twists to make my hair easier …