Where do we go when we need hair advice these days? Of course, you go to Youtube. It is the best way to learn more about how to groom your virgin hair from a modern day naturalista.

A few months ago, I made the big decision to go natural. I must say I spend ridiculous amounts of time on Youtube looking for a cute hairstyle to try or new hair regiment.

There are so many hair video channels out there. We love all the ladies that take time out of their days to share their hair tips with us.

We at Coco & Creme have narrowed it down to five. If you are a new member of Team Natural or just looking for a new Youtuber to get inspired by, then take a look below at these tutorial video stars.

DIY Remedies and Styles

Channel: Naptural85
Whitney of Naptural85 provides natural hair remedies such as her recipe for Natural Hair Gel with Flaxseeds. She has tons of easy natural hairstyle step-by-step videos. Whether you want to figure out a better hair regiment or want to get a defined curl pattern, this Youtube always has answers.

Heat and Heatless TWA Style

Channel: SimplYonique
Kerry of SimplYonique showcases how you can transform your natural experience in and out of heat. She has great tips on how to flat iron your natural hair. She has fierce videos to help you embrace your TWA days.

Many Ways of Naturals

Channel: Taren916
Taren Guy of Taren916, who is Jamaican and Swedish, provides great advice on maintaining natural curls for biracial as well as African American women. One of the cool things about this youtube channel is that Taren doesn’t mind rockin’ natural hair inspired wigs. Yes, her hair is natural underneath. Who says you can’t be natural in many ways?

UpDos and Twist Outs Specialty

Channel: IKnowlee
Iknowlee is a natural hair youtube channel worth bookmaking. She is a master of twist outs, updos, and celebrity inspired styles such as her popular Janelle Monae Inspired video tutorial. This girl knows a lot about keeping your natural styling options always evolving.

Inspiration for Transition

Channel: NikkiMae
Ms. Mae is the naturalista behind Nikkimae2003. For the last two years, she has been documenting her hair’s journey from relaxed to transitioning to the big chop to long locks. Her tutorials will motivate and help you through any stage of natural.

— Paulette Wilson

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