Natural hair is in full force and the movement has taken the world by storm. YouTube is filled with hundreds, if not thousands, of natural beauties who share tips, advice and their own personal experiences with having and maintaining natural hair.
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The popularity of natural hair continues to grow both here and in other countries, such as the United Kingdom (UK) and while we know of their existence we do not share their beautiful naturalness enough. Let’s take a look at the 5 top natural hair vloggers in the UK and how they go about caring for natural hair across the pond.
UK Curly Girl
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This young lady and her lovely curls have made her one of the most popular UK-based vloggers on YouTube. She also has a large Instagram fan base, with over 10 thousand followers. Her channel is updated often with new product reviews, DIY mixes and styling tutorials.
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Wumni is a natural hair vlogger in the UK, whose channel is filled with helpful tips and advice for those with 4B and 4C hair textures. Wumni’s channel also contains tons of reviews on all different types of beauty products and makeup tutorials. She is best known as the founder of the popular natural hair event, Woman in the Jungle.
FUSION OF CULTURES
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Laila is a veteran natural hair vlogger and her YouTube channel, Fusion of Cultures, is well-known among naturals in London and all over the UK. Those who are transitioning to natural will find her channel extremely helpful.
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Laila did not go natural by way of the “big chop,” but instead chose to transition long-term. She often provides information for those who are struggling with their transition to natural hair.
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If you interested in learning about henna for natural hair, then Farida is your girl. Her vlog is filled with tutorials and her experiences with using henna to dye and care for her curls. She recently created a YouTube series, That Curl Next Door, in which she interviews and features other lovely natural in the UK.
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Crystal is a very popular hair blogger and is one of many leading ladies of the natural hair movement in the UK. She makes several guest appearances at special natural hair events and is often interviewed or featured in London-based black publications, such as Black Beauty and Pride magazines. Her YouTube channel and Blog are both filled with tutorials, product reviews and styling tips.
Natural hair vloggers and bloggers are all over the globe and we are planning on sharing more so you feel connected wherever you live and travel.