12 Fab Back To School YouTube Hair Tutorials For Natural Hair

I don’t know what it’s like for many other natural hair girls, but I’m super low maintenance with my hair. I should really take better care of it and try some new styles, but I’m usually wearing my hair as a fro, in a high ponytail or pigtails.

But I still love watching great YouTube tutorials of different styles I could achieve if I stopped being so lazy. Whether you want a new look for heading back to school or you you’re just bored with your current do, check out these tutorials that will definitely inspire you to breathe new life into your natural hair.

4 easy back to school hair styles for a low maintenance fab hair day.

Put your braids or locs into a braided bun!

Use dope silk scarves for wraps, bows and turbans. It also adds a great pop of color when you don’t know what to do with your look.

If you have a TWA–teenie weenie afro–you’ll love this tutorial.

Bantu knots are so hot right now! I’d really love to try this some time.

4 perfect hairstyles for short hair.

5 ways to style your box braids.

If you’re like me and you have a lot of love for 80s hairstyles, your natural hair doesn’t have to hold you back! Check this out!

And here’s another fun 80s spin.

Give your fro ultimate volume with this updo.

If you want more of a retro look, check out these rockabiliy bangs

If you’re looking for more of a fun, retro updo, try these victory rolls:

What’s your go to everyday hairstyle for your natural hair? Is there a style that you really want to try? Tell us in the comments!


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  • haggis

    i want to know why this type of hair is called ‘natural hair’? It may be natural for some people but my natural hair isn’t like that at all. I can’t think of a better name actually, but why is this the one it has?

    • kiri

      it’s called natural due to the fact that the hair hasn’t been relaxed or permed

    • Natural hair refers to “Afro-textured” hair. To get even more specific, it usually refers to Afro-textured hair that has not been chemically relaxed/permed/straightened. Basically, it’s all about the hair types that most black people have, naturally.

  • Lulu

    I love how there’s natural hair posts on here now. I’m such a fan of Chescaleigh, and Naptural85 ooh and vlogger Chime Edwards has great vids too.

  • YuiGyaruRamen

    Love this!! I’ll try the one with the braids! Thanks~~! 🙂