My Caribbean ladies are up next! Here are nine vloggers from Haiti, Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago), BVI, and U.S. Virgin Islands, just to name a few.
Toy1825, from Jamaica, is a fairly new natural vlogger but she has a good collection of video tutorials already. I first noticed her gorgeous mini twist pics (and skin) on Pinterest and then started following her on YouTube.
3. Jasmine Rose
The beautiful (inside and out) Jasmine Rose is of Haitian descent and lives in New York. I LOVE the quality of her videos; the time and care she puts into her channel really shows. She shares information on everything from makeup looks, to loc styles, to recipes, to vlogs about her life.
CaribBeauty is Barbadian and has been featured on here a few times for her hair styles (e.g., 5 Cute Protective Styles for Fall and 5 Fly Natural Hair Styles That Can Withstand Humidity). She also shares makeup tutorials on her channel.
I’ve been following Trinidadian MsVcharles, or Vee, for a long time. In addition to hair care and style tutorials, she shares tons of do-it-yourself (DIY) videos. To top it all off, she has a lovable personality! And so do O and Dimples!
Another Haitian, Chery818, is a natural vlogger on YouTube. Though she recently shaved her hair, her channel is filled with useful information for you 4C naturals. Also, do check out her Love For Haitian Food channel.
Hailing from the U.S. Virgin Islands, Roshini (Glamazini) is one of the original (yes, original!) natural hair bloggers out there. Some years back, she made her move to vlogging as well. Blog and channel, combined, her information on natural hair care is endless.
The popular guru Whitney (Naptural85) is of Jamaican descent and lives in Massachusetts. If you don’t already know, she has a few other channels, one of which I watch regularly: DearNaptural85 (about her family life).
Last but not least is SimplYounique, who recently big chopped again. She shares TONS of hair care tips and makeup tutorials on her channel. Did you know she is Jamaican?
Do you follow any of these ladies? Share more Caribbean natural bloggers below!