There are many YouTube users who have discovered that they can help ladies all over the world to get their African hair under control.
Do you have some slick tips to share? Use YouTube to help others out there deal with the dilemmas staring them in the mirror. Want to learn more about how to handle your hair? Check out some of these useful sites:
Naptural85 is a successful YouTube channel that specialises in natural hair. Owner Whitney includes videos on her own natural hair length comparisons, natural hair treatments, sexy styles and maintenance for your own natural hair. Her channel has 322 000 subscribers and has received over 25 million views.
Taren Guy hosts cute and funky hair tutorials on her YouTube Channel. What’s more, she even hosts some live Google hangouts to promote her channel and share what she knows with the world.
This allows Guy to engage with her followers and answer any questions they might have. The channel has received more than 17 million views and has almost 167 subscribers.
SimplYounique caters for the beauty queens at heart who want to get the most out of their natural hair. Her down to earth approach shows her passion for hair and beauty.
Her channel, which hosts a variety of tutorials and tips, has over 167 000 subscribers and has been viewed more than 13 million times.
Big personality, big hair and big on beauty. Kimmay hosts a variety of videos, including tutorials, tips and product recommendations for your natural African hair. Kimmay has received almost 11 million views from her 135 000 subscribers and others.
This was one of the fastest growing YouTube beauty channels in the last quarter, featuring the best of fashion and hair. ‘Hair, fashion, fun’ describes this popular channel, which gives advice to viewers on how to style their hair through step-by-step tutorials. The channel has over 200 000 subscribers.
Mae has a channel devoted to natural hairstyles for African-American hair, including fancy up-dos, natural curls and DIY beauty solutions. With over 11 million video views, her tutorials are a huge hit judging by the positive comments she receives. Mae has almost 136 000 subscribers who tune in to her videos.