The Natural Hair Movement is said to have been there since the 1960s. The movement, which encouraged black women to embrace their natural hair iterated again in the 2000s. Currently, many women are using social media tools such as YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram among others to share tutorials on how to take care of the very unique African hair.
If you’ve transitioned or planning to transition to a natural hair look, below are some Kenyan YouTube channels with very valuable information on how to give some tender loving care to those beautiful Afro curls:
This channel is run by renowned natural hair blogger Tabitha Tongoi. If you are looking to grow long healthy hair then this channel is the perfect hook. Tabitha will guide you through the products to use among other tips
Sheila rose to digital prominence after starting her YouTube channel where she posted natural hair tutorials. Her channel has versatile solutions on natural hair such as washing and styling among others. She is also the founder of Spritz Hair Studio which is located along Ngong’ Road. Her creative hairdos will leave you inspired.
The bubbly natural hair enthusiast has carved a niche for herself as a digital content creator especially in protective styling. Her braiding techniques are simple and easy to follow yet still achieve a timelessly glamorous look.
This channel stands out as it boasts of catering to the needs of dyed natural hair. Margie’s hair care and styling tips will definitely challenge you to whip up some color on hair. She also flaunts her hair growth journey making it very beautiful to watch.
even though she is known for her lungs of steel and powerful vocals, Maureen Kunga who is also one-third of the popular Kenyan music group Elani owns this channel. Here she shares hair care tutorials among others. Her simple yet stylish naturalista styles are to die for.