Pho­to Source: Mbele TV

By Alice of Alice in Nap­py­land

I’ve start­ed a data­base of nat­ur­al hair blogs and arti­cles about nat­ur­al hair from around the world because I got a lot of emails and ques­tions about inter­na­tion­al resources from my read­ers who didn’t have access to some of the prod­ucts I men­tioned on my blog or were strug­gling to care for their nat­u­ral­hair. Since then, the list has grown dra­mat­i­cal­ly and now fea­tures blogs from almost every con­ti­nent in the world!

If you are an inter­na­tion­al blogger/vlogger or you stum­ble upon an arti­cle that you think should be added to the list PLEASE tell me so I can add it/them. You’re wel­come to send me an email to or post a link in the com­ments.





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French Guiana




  • Leave in the Kinks Miss Fizzy is based in Europe and Africa (she trav­els a lot) and Z is based in the Unit­ed States.

Ladies, have we missed any blogs? What are some of your favorite inter­na­tion­al nat­ur­al hair blogs? 

Black Girl With Long Hair

Leila Noel­liste, founder of Black Girl with Long Hair (April 2008). Social media, pop cul­ture and black beau­ty enthu­si­ast. bell hooks’ hair twin…

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Nekwaya Nalitye Iileka
Nekwaya Nalitye Iileka a- A Namib­ian (Africa) hair and beau­ty blog cater­ing towards the African lady and par­tic­u­lar­ly the South­ern African Woman. Please check it out!

Heynaturals — a free online mag­a­zine for nat­ur­al hair in the Unit­ed King­dom and Ire­land

jenesis alexandria

Please look at They are amaz­ing for all hair types. Non tox­ic, gluten free, cru­el­ty free, 11+ pure essen­tial oils from around the world.


Hi Alice,
I’m a french nap­tur­al hair blog­ger (but not only!) from France. For the moment, the blog is main­ly writ­ten in french. Come to vis­it and let a com­ment!

African Naturalistas Hair Products

We rep African Nat­u­ral­is­tas at


Hay every­one! I’m a nat­ur­al hair blog­ger from the Nether­lands! Check me out at

it seems there are a lot of dutch nat­ur­al hair sites and blogs miss­ing :P


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hey, i’ve just decid­ed to go nat­ur­al… no tran­si­tion here as i’ve nev­er permed/relaxed my hair. i am from south africa and though im not start­ing a blog, does some­body per­haps know of nat­ur­al hair jour­ney blogs of african females??


hel­lo ger­man speak­ing curlies, we are sis­ters who recent­ly start­ed nat­ur­al hair­blog­ging in ger­many
but we speak eng­lish too ;-)

erickka sy savane

Hi Ladies!
I live in the US and I have a blog called which is a fun blog about top­ics that are impor­tant to black women. My lat­est post BAD HAIR is about my jour­ney through life brain­washed into believ­ing I had bad hair. Please check it out!

Rosie T

Hel­lo every­one, I’m just start­ing out as a new nat­ur­al hair blog­ger. I’m from the UK, my site is Please join me on my hair jour­ney to see if my hair final­ly grows and see my 1st nat­ur­al hair t shirt design. Your sup­port would be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed.
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I am a nat­ur­al hair blog­ger from the Bahamas (Caribbean)


I am a nat­ur­al hair blog­ger from the Bahamas (Caribbean)


hey yall check me out at
South Amer­i­ca!

Le Fashion Junkie

Thank you for includ­ing my blog, its an hon­or!!!!!
and most of all, thank you for this post, its very use­full for us who keep search­ing.

A Simple Thing

I know I’m late to the fete, but thanks for the men­tion! ^_^

latest scene releases

You real­ly make it appear real­ly easy with your pre­sen­ta­tion but I in find­ing this mat­ter to be actu­al­ly some­thing which I think I’d nev­er under­stand. It kind of feels too com­pli­cat­ed and extreme­ly exten­sive for me. I’m tak­ing a look ahead for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!


yh! CFYH, espe­cial­ly the face­book page!


Care for your hair — — is a great blog from the UK

Natural Hairitage

Thanks ever so much for includ­ing my blog! I real­ly appre­ci­ate it.


I’m Span­ish, I would like to add my blog
Thanks for this great list! :)


Yo soy españo­la, me gus­taria añadir mi blog :)
Gra­cias por esta gran lista!

Natural Nigerian

Thank you for adding me to the list! Much appre­ci­at­ed.


Eu Amo Meu Cabe­lo is a blog based in Brasil. I think the blog­ger uses Face­book as the plat­form for the blog.

My name is Natasha. I live in Bar­ba­dos, in the Caribbean. Thank you for hav­ing this data­base and for spread­ing the word about oth­er blogs. My social net­work­ing details are as fol­lowed: Blog: or called .::Nat­u­raleza::. Face­book: Nat­u­raleza Chron­i­cles Twit­ter: @naturalezablog Also from Bar­ba­dos: 1)Kim. She does make­up, fash­ion and nat­ur­al hair posts. She is edi­tor of Face­book: Bajan Beau­ty Blog 2) 3)On YouTube: EmpressZ­ing­ha From St. Lucia: 1) Niki­ta of Loc’d and Lovin’ on Face­book. Niki is also on YouTube: sexxis­lick 2) Also: The­Quitabee on YouTube. Her Face­book page is: Caribbean Nat­ur­al Jamaica: Dei­dre of (Not 100% cer­tain) Multi­na­tion­al: 1)… Read more »
Jenny B

The Hairoine should def­i­nite­ly be on this list! She’s based out of Switzer­land a cre­ates amaz­ing nat­ur­al hair and skin care prod­ucts. Her tuto­ri­als and videos on Youtube are awe­some as well.


That’s all for the Caribbean sec­tion?? O_o!! I need to start work­ing on my blog ASAP!!

But in the mean­time, Kim AKA IslandGurl3601 NEEDS to be on this list! She’s a youtu­ber based in St. Thomas, Unit­ed States Vir­gin Islands. ( She also has the Face­book fan page, A Nat­u­ral­ly Kinky, Coily, Curly Beau­ti­ful U.

…and while we’re on Face­book fan pages, there is also Lady Influ­ence, and Miss Nat­u­ral­ista. Both based in the US Vir­gin Islands as well.

curious kinks

I recent­ly start­ed a blog about black expats in Chi­na and Nat­ur­al hair. Please drop by I will be cov­er­ing top­ics on how i style my hair and what i do to pro­tect my kinks from the dirty dirty air!

Screwy Haired Girl

Wow, thanks for includ­ing me here. What an hon­or!

Abbey Strine

This is such an awe­some idea. Thanks for think­ing of it. The pho­to of the woman is beau­ti­ful!


Anoth­er Ger­man one, but it’s in Ger­man:


Hi there if you don’t mind I would like to be added to the list, my blog is This is a blog from Tan­za­nia and its writ­ten main­ly in Swahili with a lit­tle bit of Eng­lish. I decid­ed to start it in order to give Swahili speak­ers access to nat­ur­al hair infor­ma­tion in their lan­guage. Its a rel­a­tive­ly new blog. Thanks


Asante sana kwa kuwe­ka link ya blog yako hapa. Sijawahi ona blog ya Swahili kwok­wote! Nitaitaza­ma baadae. (Thanks for pro­vid­ing a link to your blog. I have nev­er seen any Swahili blog and I am excit­ed to check it out).

Nana B.

Oh, should have added the web­site:

Nana B.

Thanks for this post! super help­ful. I think The Hairoine should def­i­nite­ly be on this list too. She has a nat­ur­al prod­uct line that makes my hair feel ridicu­lous­ly soft, and I often look to her forum and youtube chan­nel for hair care tips.


Me, me, me!!! I was a tran­si­tion­er, just big chopped and im doc­u­ment­ing my jour­ney and also let­ting fel­low jamaicans know what prod­ucts im using and where im get­ting them! come check it out, thanks!

Keisha G.

Hey ladies if you ever get the chance , con­nect with me on my YT chan­nel I’m new to the Nat­ur­al Hair Move­ment as well as YouTube so I look for­ward to meet­ing as many of you inspi­ra­tional as well as new nat­u­rals ! Lets talk hair ?


I’m anoth­er UK-based blogger-to-be…have been want­i­ng to get my blog up and run­ning prop­er­ly for a LONG time now, and nev­er seem to have the time :( But see­ing all these oth­er great blogs inspires me no end. Mine’ll be at — hope it’s OK to be on the list some­time soon :)


Thanks for includ­ing my blog Alice and thanks BGLH for post­ing this!


In spain afro­hair and Diario de negra flor.


Gra­cias por men­cion­arme Meli­na :)


Heya. I start­ed vblog­ging as a UK nat­ur­al late last year, doc­u­ment­ing my hair jour­ney. Can you add me to the list please ^.^