There are several natural hair blogs for black women online so to save you some time in searching I will zero in on the top sites that are visited everyday outside of my site.
ThirstyRoots.com is not just about natural hairstyles and information. Even though I have been natural since Y2K (2000), I cover black hair as a whole. I encourage you to read my ABOUT PAGE to get a full understanding of what my Company and Brand represents.
The list of websites below are operated from natural women who really know their stuff and I consider them to be the experts in their niche. I love what they are doing and I do not see them as competitors.
These are just some sisters of mine who love their “thirsty roots” and they just happen to be natural. The website bloggers are lovely women who are educated and love to share their experiences and knowledge with others.
I am doing the same, while educating myself and building a community of people to network and share information. Thirsty Roots celebrates the hair of black men, women, and kids in whatever style it’s in.
With all the negativity in the African American Community the last thing we need is debating about the texture of our hair and what hairstyles an individual chooses to wear.
I hope with the growth of natural hair education and expression comes a new love amongst all people to embrace others’ individuality and especially in the black and multiracial communities.
As black people in America we have lost the love for our natural hair texture over the years, and now we are on the journey of “Discovering our thirsty roots”.
I love my people and “I Love My Thirsty Roots”.
– Sharina Hill, CEO ThirstyRoots.com
Thank you for this list! Once again you are offering great information for us all in one place.
Nice list..just had a few more blogs to add:
Afroniquely You: http://afroniquelyyou.com
K is for Kinky: http://kisforkinky.com
Aj with a Fro: http://ajwitafro.com
It’s Just Hair: http://itsjusthair.com
Thanks Sasha-Shae! The additional websites are on point and I appreciate you adding them.
Thanks for the list of sites. I have been on a search for information and have come across a few of the sites. This is a good place to start to get the information that I need.
i have very soft afro hair which is not coarse,but is light. it was always something i had to fertilise as it were and i used plaits etc.as i got older i used relaxers but had to stop because of the neg impact.
i really apprecitate your blog because you do not tell women off for their thoughts. you value us and help us. my hair is so gentle and i was doing all the looking after bit. my hair was growing past my shoulders,then i worried bout money, having children and then i met a lovely younger man. we both like each other,but guess what. the hair just cut off. the length went. i felt tortured. so all that healthy length before went,. so where i felt younger,more fertile, i now need a renewed health regime. in the meantime i am looking for a hairstyle that suits me which is super short because i do do feel good at sytling at all. i am worried about budget and money. i am so looking for help. i am told age is a big deal, i am listening to christian northrup womens body womens mind. anyway,thanks for the listening vibe
me again, been on lots of the sites linked to you and i feel reinspired. Fear has calmed down. Gonna get vitamins, biotin and castor oil. the vids are brill.The hair styles do not look fuddy duddy or frumpy and I can see myself doing them. The sisters are beautiful inside and out. Thank you each and every sister who is expressing our beauty and showing women like me how to do the same….in budget. Thank you.
Thanks for sharing this list of blogs.
Please let your viewers know that if they ever have any issues with very matted or tangled hair, we specialize in detangling, removing dreadlocks and saving hair.
THEY DO NOT HAVE TO CUT their hair-no matter what anyone says.
I will definitely take a look at these blogs! I would love to add my blog to the list. My blog is all about health, hair and happiness. It’s about loving who we were created to be.