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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.





South Africa








United Kingdom and Ireland













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?

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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 😛


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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… 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 ^.^