5 Relaxed Hair Ladies You Should Subscribe To On YouTube

5 Relaxed Hair Ladies You Should Subscribe To On YouTube

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.

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About Ashleigh Nelson


I am Ashleigh Nelson a journalism student at Northwestern University and a part-time hair fanatic. My hair journey began at the beginning of my college career because I decided that it was time for me to finally learn how to gain and maintain healthy hair. The past two years have had ups and downs, but I have learned so much along the way. And now I am here to share my experiences and knowledge with everyone!

About Ashleigh Nelson


I am Ashleigh Nelson a journalism student at Northwestern University and a part-time hair fanatic. My hair journey began at the beginning of my college career because I decided that it was time for me to finally learn how to gain and maintain healthy hair. The past two years have had ups and downs, but I have learned so much along the way. And now I am here to share my experiences and knowledge with everyone!

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Lesley

I can’t believe you put me in there with all the other fabulous ladies who are my inspiration! Thank you so much.
I definitely need to up my YouTube game and get uploading more videos
Lesley x

Charlene Jeffers

Already a subscriber to #2 ulovemegz. Started yrs ago when I had relaxed hair, now natural. I love her vids still tho.

Princess Meka

#2 ULOVEMEGZ AND #4 PRETTYWHITTY

rdyson
rdyson

I haven’t been on this HHJ long but long enough to have heard of at least two of the five. I don’t subscribe to them, YET, but I will. I have used prettywitty77 for my pre-relaxer steps and have recommended that on another hair website. I also have Jen in my Twitter account – I confess I haven’t used twitter in a while but I do glance at the messages in my inbox from time to time. THANK YOU for this list and I am DEFINITELY going to look at them.

Rhianna Serenity Crawford

ULoveMegs (#2) was the reason I started my hair journey, though I’m not relaxed any more she got these healthy hair wheels moving =]

Angela Williams

I’m already a subscriber of #4 PrettyWitty77.

Des
Des

Loveeee prettywitty77! She keeps it so real!

Raye Peoples

I love me some prettywitty77!!!

Raye Peoples

Prettywitty77 all the way!!!

Sophia Jordan

How about not! There hair does look beautiful but chemicals are not good

Josephine Zingani

Remove 1 and 5 off the list they are transitioning.

Krystal White

Its not anybody’s business what other people put in their hair…either follow em or dont

Helga Walpole

Shut up

Patience Ifeoma

Ur such a mean person i have seen your posts and comments on other forums ur so rude how can u tell someone shut up!

Kisha B Alagbe

Aw hell nah. Leave that liquid crack alone ladies.

Jordann Alease

Yeah everyone can do what they want to do with their hair but relaxers shouldn’t be encouraged anymore despite whether your hair can be healthy in them or not. They are a soup of chemicals that you dump on your scalp in the first place. There are chemicals in relaxers that are not even allowed to be used as household cleaning products.

Helga Walpole

Well said!

Chyna Entyce

Almost fell back in the relaxer thing because I personally am not a fan of the natural styles (twist outs, braid outs, etc) but I’ll just stick with my Dominican Blowouts. Their wash/condition regimen keeps my hair healthy and growing.

Sisi Kitty Greenidge

Ever tried flat ironing? There are some good tutorials on YouTube. I’m not a fan of twist outs either so I don’t bother with them

Tammie Faulkner Taylor

Being overweight is more harmful to our bodies than relaxers.
The hypocrisy. ..lol
*sips tea*

PrettiGurl KeyKey

BOMFL

Helga Walpole

NO

Natasha Hector Richardson

For goodness sake leave the relaxed ladies alone, its their bloody hair.

Urenacie Tranquility

Leave-in conditioner/conditioners/shampoos, by definition, are all chemicals, too! Im quite sure if you overuse/misuse those products, it can be quite damaging to your hair, as well. Just because you’ve misused a relaxer in the past or you just choose not to use it doesnt make it bad for everyone else.

Helga Walpole

NO THANKS!
Black women need to let go of this creamy crack mess.

Gatchen Gigi Valbrun

Dulian Zetrenne Decembre

Gatchen Gigi Valbrun

Ariel Carline Eugene

Raquel Jacquelyn Prescott

Worry about your own hair.

Denise

Yeah there are so many good natural products I use for my hair and I try to stay away from those chemicals as much as I can. It’s so worth it in the long run and healthier for black hair.

Anonymous

#2 is natural

Anonymous

Number 4 is natural