7 Pinterest Boards to Follow for Hair Inspiration

Welcome to the Big Hair Don’t Care Club.

Apr 1, 2014 at 11:30am | Leave a comment

Pinterest isn’t just the place for food porn,  fashion trends and wedding plans, there are also a number of boards there that offer plenty of hair inspiration for a wide variety of hair types. Here are seven pinterest boards that could help you figure out what to do next:

Melissa Currie-White's True to Our Roots (Afros & Au Naturale Hair Textures)


Melissa’s natural hair board is brimming with thousands (yes, thousands) of sistas with amazing hair. There are afros, locs, short dos, twists, springy curls and all the other incredible hair styles that our natural hair can do with the right tools, care and maintenance.

Tahirah Knight's Hair Weaves and Wigs


This board features celebrities and regular folks who all have one thing in common: glorious weaves or wigs. Some are natural looking and others are colorful fantastical creations.

Sister Rainbow's Braids, Locs and Twists


As the name of the board suggests, here you will find many creative ideas on how to wear braids, locs and twists. SisterRainbow’s examples are from all over the world and include people of several different races.

Thembeka Mqadi's Luscious Locz Updo


This London-based pinner has a board devoted to stunning locs updos. Everything from edgy to flirty to elegant can be found in these creative hairstyle pics.

No Scrunchie Ltd's A Splash of Color


This board features weaves, locs, afros and relaxed hair that all have a splash of color. Purple, blonde, red, blue and orange are all represented. Are you brave enough to dip into color?

Lisa Smith-Young's Inspiration For The Shorn


Lupita Nyong’o has already shown that short hair need not be boring. With this board, Lisa Smith-Young offers up ways to play up the beauty of short hair.  There are accessory, make-up and style suggestions.

Natura Magazine's Big Natural Hair


Welcome to the Big Hair Don’t Care Club. As the title suggests, all the sisters on this board have big, luscious manes that are aching to be photographed and loved…and copied.

Reprinted with permission from Clutch.