Clean Beauty & Natural Hair Care: 8 Black Bloggers to Follow

Clean Beauty & Natural Hair Care: 8 Black Bloggers to Follow

UK Curly Girl

Shannon is a natural hair blogger, YouTuber and founder of the hair accessories brand ‘O So Curly’. 

She started out in 2014 by sharing her own person transitioning journey online after dealing with heat, chemical and bleach damaged curls. Since she has been consistent with creating content to help natural curlies all over the world with her book ‘Get My Curls Back’ and the hair consultations she offers.


Curlture is an online empowerment platform created by Trina Charles and Jay-Ann Lopez, two women from London, which is purposed to empower Black women. The platform, which initially focused on natural hair care, now covers topics such as black beauty, natural hair, supporting black-owned businesses and artists, popular culture topics. If it's black-owned, Curlture wants to know about it; interested in everything from fashion to travel, food to skincare, home decor to haircare. Established in 2014, and known for their candid opinions, the duo has amassed over 48,000 supporters online from around the globe and has been featured on BET, Channel 4, BBC Radio 1Xtra, and more.

Brown Beauty Talk

Brown Beauty talk is a beauty platform aimed at Black and Asian women in the UK. Our aim is to connect beauty lovers with brands that cater to them.

Our platform is a space where Black and Asian women can take a few minutes out from their busy and hectic lives to indulge in all things beauty. We connect beauty lovers and enthusiasts with brands that cater to them and we do this through our website, newsletter, Social Media channels and events.

Coming to Spain

Laetitia Woue is French-Cameroonian in her early thirties, she started Coming to Spain back in 2018 when she moved from London to Barcelona. In her blog, she also documents her natural hair journey. Laetitia has been natural for over 2 years now, and hope to offer useful information to other Black women starting their natural hair journey.


AfroDeity was started by a scientist, entrepreneur, mum and proud geek, Alicia Thornthwaite. This blog started a record of her hair journey and a resource to help others find out more about themselves and their natural hair. Over the years it has transformed into a resource for hair, skin, fitness and healthy eating. Join the AfroDeity community no matter where you are, whether you are relaxed or natural, from the UK, Europe or further.

Hey Bellissimo

Caron is a London based blogger who has a passion for clean beauty, natural hair and travel. She listed a few UK Black Owned Haire care brands that provides clean hair care products minus the nasty chemicals.

Kenny Olapade

Kehinde Abeebat, Kenny for short. is a twenty-something-year-old yummy mummy of three; two twin girls.

She's a Nigerian who lives in the U.K and a nurse. She's also a content creator. She shares everything that excites her on her blog; Natural hair, Makeup, Skincare, Style and Motherhood.

Natural Hair Rules

Tamara L. Floyd is a mother of two handsome boys, serial blogger, business owner, pet mother of 3 canine ladies and more.

"I like to think of myself as a modern-day superhero. I love all things natural including natural motherhood. I began my natural hair journey by transition for 5 months and then I cut it all off in 2006. Yep, I big chopped and I have no regrets.  I have been blogging about my hair and healthy hair care since 2008 on Natural Hair Rules. I was a natural hair blogger before it was even a thing."

Tamara | Natural Hair Rules

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