Fine ‘fros are only a click away…
Looking for natural hairstyles for black women? If you’re anything like us, you’re probably addicted to Instagram, but let’s be honest: with thousands of accounts out there, it’s not an easy task finding the real gems. Luckily for you, we’ve narrowed it down to just 4 of our favourite naturalistas from Insta, who are guaranteed to inspire your next ‘do. Just don’t forget to click ‘follow’ and add these lovely ladies to your feed, will you?
Natural hairstyles for black women: The ultimate Insta-spiration
Nià The Light AKA Frogirlginny
Nià The Light AKA @Frogirlginny is a vlogger and journalism student with a self-proclaimed love for afros and Africa. Her YouTube channel has practical hair care advice for the curly-haired, while her Instagram is chock-full of her amazing ‘fro and her naturalista friends, like @laurenlewiss_ . She’s also the creator of @HappyFroday – an Instagram account that celebrates all afro hair textures. If that alone doesn’t make you want to be her Insta friend, then frankly, we don’t know what will! Credit: @Frogirlginny
“It started with a simple acceptance to love my natural hair that has somehow allowed me to grow as a person. Acceptance of your flaws and your imperfections leads to great things. Embrace who you are, embrace everything about you, embrace your flaws. They are what make you, you.” – Nia The Light.
Lesley AKA Fresh Lengths
Fashion and beauty blogger/insider for mega e-tailer ASOS proves that Lesley is a ‘Jack of all trades’. She started her blog to document her natural hair journey, as she made the move from relaxed hair to natural tresses. Needless to say, she’s a great one to check out if you’re looking for transitioning natural hairstyles for black women! Credit: @freshlengths
Urban Bush Babes by Nikisha Nelson and Ciprianna Quann
Urban Bush Babes is a website focusing on fashion, lifestyle, beauty, health, and arts and culture, by the duo Cipriana Quann and Nikisha Brunson. So if you’re a fashion fan, you’ll probably recognise Cipriana out and about on the streets during fashion week in New York – thanks her big, beautiful hair! She’s often snapped by street photographers with her twin sister and model TK Quann. While Nikisha Brunson (the other co-founder of Urban Bush Babes) is into all natural hair care and beauty, so, don’t forget to check out her DIY recipes. We think you’ll love them as much as we do! Credit: @urbanbushbabes
Jay and Tri AKA CurltureUK
Best friends Jay and Tri started Curlture as a way to document their different natural hair journeys, and to create a one-stop shop for people to learn about curls and culture. They often post pics of inspirational curls and coils, as well as useful hair care tips and hacks. Need another reason to follow them? These UK-based naturalistas are so darn cool, they’re even launching a book soon! Credit: @curltureuk
Feel ready to start your ‘natural hairstyles for black women’ search? Great! But don’t forget to check out our inspirational Black Hairstyles and Natural Hair Care pages for more fabulous hair ideas before you go!