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One thing that we absolutely love is natural hair — its versatility, elasticity, durability, and just sheer fabulosity. But every now and then, there’s a dark side to natural hair that can make the creamy crack look appealing. Truth is, it takes a lot to maintain our beautiful, curly/kinky/coily manes. When taming our natural hair becomes too much, we go to these 8 must read natural hair blogs for guidance and support.
CurlyNikki.com has tons of tips, remedies and natural hairstyles to try. This blog gives a great starting point to the newly naturals who rock TWA (teeny weeny afros).
Conditioner is close to being a lifeline for many of our manes. The owners of Natural Hair Rules know that — and the fact that we like free things! When you sign up for their newsletter, you’ll get a complimentary eBook titled Free 5 Easy DIY Deep Conditioners for Natural Hair. Aside from that, hacks on hair, hairstyles, motherhood and more.
We love Mo Knows Hair – personally and as a brand! She’s thorough, and well, knows hair like her name suggests. We’ve found her blog and social media presence to helpful in our journey of being natural.
It is convenient to find a blog that hosts beauty, skincare, style and natural hair hacks for the every day woman. Afrobella offers this and a fresh take on what to do with it all. This blog is a good starting point for a new natural finding her way in self-discovery and beauty.
A common goal among black women who have natural hair is the desire to have long hair. Black Girl Long Hair shares how you can retain length as well as the health of your hair with useful information on products, hair care and protective styling. This blog is amazing (and we love the name!)
Stephanie has been a favorite of ours since her feature in our Hair series! For starters, she’s an amazing makeup artist with the skills to pay the bills! On top of that, its impressive how she flawlessly maintains her natural coils no matter their length, style or color.
On Black Hair Kitchen you’ll find fun reads like Tips on Getting Your Hair in South Africa and Coconut Oil Alternatives for Eczema Relief. There’s an abundance of product reviews, tutorials, hair stories from all over as well as a pulse in culture and music.
A straightforward name that does what it says it will do: provide information as it relates to black women’s hair! Everything about this blog is exactly why you need it as a hair resource. Get tips, reviews, resources, support, how-tos, current images and so much more from Black Hair Information. Your natural hair experience can be transformed here alone.
Do you read any of these natural hair blogs? Are there any that you would add to this list?