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My top 5 natural hair blogs

Hi guys,
     I love blogs. I think they make they make the world a easier place to live with there being blogs about everything under the sun. There are how-to blogs, where-to  blogs, what-to blogs and countless others. My best blogs are natural hair care blogs. I follow quite a lot of them and I am the better for it. Here are 5 of my favourite natural hair blogs :

Top on my list will be bglh! I absolutely love this blog. They feature naturals with the most amazing heads of hair every day, when I say every day I mean EVERYDAY! If you need natural hair inspiration look no further. They even do features on natural celebrities too. There are several posts each day about hair techniques, styles, maintenance, products and all things natural hair related. There are several contributing posters and there are links to their blogs so your repertoire of hair blogs can keep growing.

This blog has it all - natural hair maintenance, techniques, research findings et al. The founder of this blog is a natural sister who is also the author of one of the best selling natural hair books ever written-    Better than good hair.

I love this blog because its African. It has alot of great info on natural hair.I dont think there is any natural hair issue not covered on their blog. The team of writers are mainly Nigerian with one Kenyan and a Ghananian. They feature Nigerian naturals too and I find that so refreshing especially as natural hair isnt quite the norm in Nigeria these days.

I adore AB the blogger behind Thekinkandi. She makes my day with her sweet and witty posts. She makes natural hair so much fun. Her product reviews are always on point in my opinion. Her blog also has a directory which offers a list of shops that  carry natural hair products in Nigeria.

Last but not least is this blog. Its packed full of good stuff, like hair tutorials, diy mixtures, product reviews, hairspiration and lots more. As you read through their well researched articles you will discern that they mean business. I love how everything hair is captured in an easy to relate way after all thats why we read blogs right?

There are countless other blogs I follow but these for me are my very best in terms of content, consistency and content. Yes I know I repeated the word :-)
I hope you will come to love them as I do.



  1. I love Kinkycurlycoilyme - will check out the rest!

  2. Awww
    Thank you so much Kim! :)
    I didn't know you were Nigerian!
    Thanks for the love!

  3. wow,thanks for your sharing!I love CURLYNIKKI!


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