“Where there is a woman there is magic.” 
Ntozake Shange

You. You are a phenomenal women. In celebration of International Women’s Day on the 8th of March,  we are doing something a bit different. Natural By Nature’s first love is and always be will be natural hair, and so we wanted to share with you some of the women who put natural hair firmly on the map! The global map that is! For all the bloggers, vloggers and those creating conversations about the beauty of natural hair and giving women the confidence to wear it like a crown; we salute you!

Curlture (UK)

Made up of two friends, Jay and Tri, the dynamic London duo are unapologetically honest, never shy away from important issues in the natural hair community and are passionate about black empowerment. Make sure you support their latest venture the awesomely named book Kink which is made up of “personal mantras, powerful and uplifting poetry with sultry, vulnerable yet striking imagery of black females whom possess skin tones, hair styles, ages and hair textures that rarely shine in the media”.

Pelo Bueno (Colombia)

Cirle Tatis Arzuza is the Youtuber behind Pelo Bueno. She is helping South American naturals with their hair care needs whilst sharing her hair journey and hair tips. Pelo Bueno translates as Good Hair and she wants to show the true beauty of natural hair in a society that can be critical of it.

Curly Nikki (America)

Arguably one of the pioneers of natural hair as she started Curly Nikki in 2008, Nikki Walton has provided a whole lot of information for women with natural hair! Hair care tips, D.I.Y hair recipes and much more, she has certainly empowered women to love their natural hair! Nearly 10 years later, she is the author of two books “Better Than Good Hair” and “When Good Hair Goes Bad” has appeared in various media platforms such as CNN and Ebony and has recently given birth to her second child! Congratulations!

http://www.curlynikki.com

Kyss My Hair (Bahamas)

Brittany Kyss of Kyss My hair is from the Bahamas and she truly shows the versatility of natural hair! High buns, Senegalese twists, braided up dos, you name it! Also, we can’t forget the fabulous outfits of the day she shares!

Racines Crépues (Canada)

The French speaking natural is based in Montreal, Quebec. Her Youtube channel is all about coaching and hair tips and tricks. She has an array of videos that include her journey of going from relaxed to natural hair and wash day!

 

Curlbellaa (The Netherlands)

Angela Onuoha a.k.a Curlbellaa has amassed over 13,000 followers on instagram and it is easy to see why. From her easy to follow tutorials and curls that are simply popping, Angela has teamed up with major brand L’Oréal’ as she is part of the international True Match campaign.

Craving Yellow (Kenya)

Based in Australia, but originally from Kenya, Tabitha is behind the interestingly named Craving Yellow, a lifestyle as well as hair blog, where her mantra is to encourage “a positive and self-affirming womanhood for myself and for my readers”.We love that she certainly flies the flag for those with a kinky hair texture, proving that it can healthy and long!

www.cravingyellow.com 

F.Y.I the image for the blog is by French illustrator Nicholle Kobi. Check out her website www.nichollekobi.com and you will find links to all her social media pages!

Did we miss anyone who should be on the list? Please let us know here or on our social media!

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