15 Natural Hair Youtubers Worth Subscribing To

Watching natural hair tutorials on Youtube is how I learned to take care of my own hair. My very Youtube subscription was Taren Guy after I saw her video on Kinky Curly Curling Custard. If you’re anything like I was, Youtube is where it’s at when it comes to learning about your hair. Finding Youtubers who actual KNOW what they’re talking about though is a struggle. Here is a list of natural hair Youtubers that I’m currently subscribed to. All of these ladies have gorgeous HEALTHY hair, and each of them have different hair textures and techniques.

15 natural hair youtubers worth watching

This video is the first video of theirs that I watched. After finding out that they’re also from Alabama, I’ve been a faithful subscriber.

2. Naptural85.
Subscribe to her channel, for all of your natural hair DIY needs. Her flaxseed gel tutorial was easy to follow, and it’s definitely my favorite DIY.

3. Nia Imani.
I actually watched Nia’s channel for her HBCU experience before I noticed her hair. Nia actually taught me how to clip my own ends in one of her videos.

Jade is one of my favorite natural hair Youtubers. She’s so open and honest about everything on her channel and her hair is amazing. Here are 10 natural hair do’s and don’t’s according to Jade.

5. Kharissa Rae.
I go to Kharissa’s channel for hairstyles. I literally have all of this hair and NO CLUE what to do with it. Here are 6 easy hairstyles for curly hair.

6. Natural Reign.
I actually found her on the explorer page while on Instagram. As someone who loves to dye my natural hair, seeing another natural with colored HEALTHY hair makes me happy. Here is a list of natural hair mistakes that will stop your hair from growing.

7. Okae Kaela.
You know those females who are just blessed with a head FULL of long hair that looks bomb no matter what? Kaela is one of those females. Just watching her twistout/braid out results give me hair envy.

8. My Natural Sistas.
Three sisters, three hair types, and three different personalities. I relate to each of these women on different levels. Here’s a video on achieving the perfect twist out every time.

9. DSFavors.
I found her video about natural hair trends and instantly fell in love with her personality.

10.Bianca Renee.
I started watching Bianca’s channel when I was thinking of cutting my hair. I live for her hair, and her personality. Here is a video all about deep conditioning natural hair.

11. Kimberly Cherrell.
I found Kimberly’s channel, while I was watching Natural Reign on Youtube. She has the same hair type as my oldest daughter, and I often use her techniques to help keep my daughter’s hair healthy. Here is her tutorial on achieving curls with no heat.

12. Bri Hall.
I’ve been subscribed to Bri’s channel since before I even considered no longer perming my hair. She does everything to her hair, from coloring to shaving it. Her fitness videos are still bomb too. Here is her video on natural hair products that won’t kill you.

13. Halfrican Beaute.
If you have type 4 hair, this is the channel for you. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve followed her routines step by step in order to wash and style my daughter’s hair. Here is her curly to straight routine (yes, you can be natural and straighten your hair).

14. Daye La Soul.
I was searching for a perm rod tutorial, when I found hers. The first thing I noticed was her purple hair, and after a few hours of lurking on her channel I subscribed. Here is her video on natural hair types/textures.

15. Mahogany Curls.
I have been subscribed to her channel for at least 7 years. I’ve watched her go from a twa to a head of long, beautiful and healthy hair. She recently cut her hair again, and I’m living for it.


Hi, I’m Chantal. I’m a mom of two, self proclaimed naturalista, and Author of Growing Girls With Curls: Short Stories For Girls of Color. Being a mom is hard. Pair that with being a single, black, millennial in America and it’s a whole different monster. Feel free to join my mailing list and follow along as I blog through this crazy thing called life.

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