Women all over the world are embracing the curls that they were born with by making the decision to no longer apply relaxers to their hair. The women of South Africa are no exception. More and more women in South Africa, and across The Motherland, are going natural and fighting the negative stigmas and stereotypes associated with having natural hair.
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Like elsewhere, many South African beauties have taken to YouTube to share their natural hair tips and experiences. Here is a list of 3 South African Natural Hair Vloggers that you should check out today.
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This South African beauty shares a wealth of knowledge about natural hair on her YouTube channel and also on her website, Kinky Curly Life. She has a second YouTube channel, Discovering Natural, in which she provides styling and growth tips for those who are new to the world of natural hair.
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BlueBells Blossoms created her YouTube channel in early 2014 as a way to chronicle and document her natural hair journey. Despite being fairly new to YouTube, she is grown to be very popular among natural living in South Africa.
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She regularly updates her channel with videos detailing where natural hair care products can be found in the country. Many of her videos and tutorials center on styling and caring type 4B & 4C hair.
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Hair and beauty blogger, Aisha O’Reily is by far one of the most popular natural South African vloggers on YouTube. Her channel, My Fro & I TV, has over 10 thousand subscribers and has grown significantly since she created it in 2012. Originally from Tanzania, Aisha has been living in South Africa for some time and vlogs about her experiences with natural hair in the country.
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