I have a confession to make: I LOVE YOUTUBE! I could literally spend the whole day watching videos. Who would have thought that there could be a whole website dedicated to literally everything? You just type it into the search bar and it’s there. Don’t even get me started on videos about hair…
Needless to say. YouTube has been a great resource for me in my hair journey. I turn to it for everything from learning how to do new styles or even getting ideas on how to tweak my regimen.
It’s a great source with countless examples for almost every step of your hair journey. When it comes to hair, I personally enjoy watching tutorials more than anything else.
If it’s a product review, length check, etc. I would rather read it. That is why some of my favorite YouTube hair divas also have their own personal blogs. It gives me the best of both worlds and feeds my hair addiction at the same time.
Although I am a self proclaimed YouTube addict, I do have one small pet peeve about it. Since it is so easy to use and basically anyone can make a profile, it is hard to discern whether or not you’re getting correct information from the people who post videos.
Before I knew a lot about hair care this would trip me up all the time. It’s so easy to search for “Best Relaxed Hair Regimens” and just click on the first thing that pops up that I hadn’t ever considered vetting what the people in the videos were saying. I learned early on to look for channels that seemed quality and whose owners had luscious hair to prove the fruits of their labor.
Lucky for you, I am willing to share the results of my YouTube channel vetting and have come up with a few relaxed (and texlaxed) hair mavens that you should follow on YouTube.
If you don’t already know them you’ll be sorry you’ve been missing out on these gems. I would like to take this moment to go ahead and apologize in advance for the extra time you’ll be spending in front of your computer catching up on their videos!
Without further ado check out some of the YouTuber’s that I watch on the regular.
Originally posted 2014-03-31 18:00:14.