In my early natural days, I endlessly browsed the interwebs for more tutorials, more reviews – I couldn’t get enough. 3 years later, I’m still not satisfied! From my perception, the natural hair community can be very American-orientated in terms of products and vloggers (which is not a bad thing!) but who really wants to spend $30 on shipping alone? Not me. So, check out below my favourite YouTube hair gurus, UK Hair Vloggers, I love to watch.
Cookie’s Real Hair Care
I first stumbled upon Cookie when in my experimental colour stage, and was looking for recommendation on red hair dye on non-bleached natural afro hair. I was drawn in by her down-to-earth personality, and easy to understand hair styles and experimentation. A win-win!
FusionofCultures aka Laila
Laila was one of the first I stumbled across, and I’ve been eagerly watching her videos ever since. Her videos are so vast – hair products (store-bought and homemade), weaves and wigs reviews and beautiful makeup tutorials – so there is something for everyone! Her bubble and carefree attitude, and obviously the fact that her hair is damn gorgeous, should more than peek your interest!
UKafrolista aka Rachy
Rachy hair videos are effect, informative and pretty much the bees knees! Her openness and willing to discuss topics that affect black women in day-to-day life, is very much appreciated! At least by me. Give her a looksee!
Natural Hair Daily
A double trouble duo of Neecie and Elle; both having varying textures and curls, that some would describe as type 3 and type 4 hair. They are very much in the spotlight when it comes to natural hair events and inspiring so many women to embrace themselves as they are, something that goes fantastically alongside their kick-ass t-shirts!
Care for Your Hair
Not a vlogger but still more than worth mentioning! Pelumi Rae, the founder of Care for Your Hair (CFYH). A blog that had simple begins as a personal hair blog; before ballooning into an important platform dubbed as one of “Britain’s Top Natural Hair Blogs” that inspires others to embrace their hair, informing & encouraging them to see the beauty in their natural tresses.