Best Black Hair Care Forums

June 15, 2009

Black Hair Care Forum

Do you want to start taking care of your hair but have no idea where to start? Black hair care forums are the best place to start. Below, I’ll provide my short list of the best ones online.

Long Hair Care Forum

Long Hair Care Forum, also known online as LHCF, is the largest Black Hair Care Forum with over 80,000 members. You will find an equal amount of both relaxed and natural Black women who are very knowledgeable and helpful when it comes to hair. It’s where I started my hair journey and the best hair forum online IMO. The price for membership is $6.50 a year and it’s well worth it. Of course you can lurk the hair forum for free, but to post and create threads… as well as having access to the other areas… you need to pay the fee. The forum is very active with sections discussing Hair Care Tips, Product Reviews, and Children’s Hair Care. Your subscription also pays for you to have your own online hair album, blog, and access to a huge product review database. I do recommend learning how to use the search function… it will be your best friend on this site.

Black Hair Media Forum
Black Hair Media is a free forum. It’s not as active as LHCF on the hair side, but you can still find tons of information about hair especially when it comes to the topic of lace front wigs and weaves. I’m serious, when it comes to those two topics… these women have the game on lock with information. The website has a pretty laid-back atmosphere and it’s fairly easy to navigate.

Nappturality
Dee-Coily found Nappturality for women of color to embrace their natural hair. This is a natural hair site and I do recommend that you read the rules before posting on this forum. You are not able to discuss relaxers or any form of hair straightening on this hair forum. You will find tons of information and support in your journey to go natural and take of your hair. I also love this site because these women post tons of pictures of natural hairstyles including comb coils, two strand twists, and locs. They are very serious about hair care and helping you out on your natural journey.

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{ 13 comments… read them below or add one }

EHB January 3, 2010 at 7:43 am

Thanks for the listing of forums!

larisa83 January 17, 2010 at 9:41 am

Hey there I’m a woman losing her hair and I use thickening shampoos but I have heard of laser does it do anything?
is this a scam or does it work?

kaylee September 16, 2010 at 4:32 am

Hi Dani

You have posted very important Tips to take care of Hair.

LadyMajor March 20, 2011 at 3:41 pm

I am a black woman with natural hair down to my waist when its straightened. Im so afraid of damaging my hair that I almost never touch it.so I keep it braided. Washing is also a no no without someone to help me beacause its so thick. Can anyone recommend a good shampoo and conditioning product that wont dry out my fragile hair?

Toy November 30, 2011 at 1:09 pm

@ LadyMajor,

I really like Giovanni hair products. They’re all natural and their conditioners are AWESOME. I usually go to Marshalls or TJmaxx to buy it because you can get the salon size bottle for a really huge discount. Hope this helps.

Toy

trini19 December 25, 2011 at 8:28 pm

I been having problems with my scalp for the last few years, and yes I have seen doctors but still can’t get an answer. I have been getting sores in my hair on an off since I was a kid, but now they wouldn’t go away. I have tried Meds, Shampoos medicated and non medicated, oils, etc. They would heal for a little while and will can back within a week on two. They bleed and make my scalp itchy

ps I have tried using all natural products and they still can back

Dee June 9, 2012 at 5:02 pm

I have not had my hair professionally done in 10 years. That includes not having my ends trimmed. I have been wearing wigs and weaves the whole time. My edges are balding. My hairline is pushed back. My hair looks like a homeless woman underneath my wig cap. It is matted, dry…. I’m too embarrassed to go to a hair dresser. I sick of wigs, I know my husband is too. I don’t know the first stp I should take to get my hair back to healthy. I put a perm in 6 months ago. Where do I begin and how do I end?

Gyan Singh October 6, 2012 at 7:06 am

Thank for great help!
Hair fall is very common problem with many peoples in current time and also increasing very fastly. Hair fall really destroy our personality so we should need to take care of our hair.
Prevention is better than cure… :)

kayspirit November 8, 2012 at 10:20 pm

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Sam April 9, 2013 at 6:44 pm

I luv LHCF for its tips on hir. But the women on that board are catty. They argue about any and anything. I wish there was a way to pay for the hair section only.

mochamadness May 6, 2014 at 1:55 pm

@Dee…I see it’s been years since you posted your comment. I wwas wondering if you were still visiting this site? Have you found any help getting your hair the way you want? I’ll be checking out this blog to see if you respond to my comment. Hope all is well.

laser light therapy for back pain October 3, 2014 at 9:43 pm

Even frequent blow-drying at extreme heat or brushing obsessively can cause your
hair to become extremely fragile causing it to break and fall out.
Eventually this can cause hair thinning or patches of bald spots.
light of one wavelength, not of an entire spectrum like a light bulb.

Reviva October 6, 2014 at 2:01 am

That is good site for asking the problem of hair and its solutions.

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