Mulattea is a blog written by Skye Haynes. Her posts explore mixed identity, feminism, race, religion, and privilege.

5 Naturalistas That Are Killin' It On Youtube

5 Naturalistas That Are Killin' It On Youtube

So this week is going to be short because i'm getting into the groove of things balancing Mulattea and school life yet again. I want to be consistent with the articles but not to the point where I'm up at 3 a.m. on a school night freaking out about whether or not I should use an Oxford comma in my writing. 

So this week we're going to practice some self care in two ways: I'm going to write about something chill that you guys can just sit back and watch, and we'll all come away from this with some Youtubers to check out who have cool hair tutorials.

So here are my favorite natural hair videos from my favorite natural hair youtubers. 

1. Luhhsettyxo

I tune in every week to see her videos because they're just so good. Lisette is mixed just like me, so I relate extra hard to her content. 

2. TeAmoAaron

Aaron is super cool because she has really long natural hair and still gives easy tips for maintaining it. She doesn't post too often but when she does, it's a banger. 

3. Alyssa Forever

Ladies and gentlemen, you're looking at the most viewed 3 strand twist out video on Youtube. If there's a place to learn how to do a 3 strand twist out, it's here.

4. Arnell Armon

I love Arnell and her twin sister Alyssa, who's a fantastic beauty guru on Youtube also. Arnell knows pretty much everything there is to know about wigs: how to make them, how to style them, and how to make sure they don't look crazy. 

5. Bri Hall

I found Bri Hall's page years ago because I wanted to learn how to do Bantu Knots. Her flawless instructions kept me in bantu knots for a majority of my senior year. She has really clear instructions and a great message behind her channel. 

That's all we've got for this chill Monday. Hope you guys enjoyed the videos and these awesome black women. 

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