Natural Hair vlogger with over 3.4 million views. Owner of EasyNaturalHair.com/Natural Chick Epidemic!

EasyNaturalHair.com was designed to take the mystery and complexity out of natural hair. I am not going to say that it is always going to be easy but it does not have to be rocket science. There is so much information out there about what you should or should not do with your hair. This site will teach you how listen to your hair, and find what works for YOU!

After following basic steps with discipline and focus I was able to achieve waist length hair and become an expert on growing MY hair. I am confident that by following some of the very easy tips on this site you will also become an expert on your natural hair.
– Alicia James

Why do you call yourself an expert?

Through my journey I have learned that there is no one size fits all method to natural hair. After reviewing hundreds of methods, products, and ideas I realized that there were some basic aspects to all methods that I could easily apply to my regimen. These basic aspects were not complex. I did not prescribe to any specific method, instead I took the best parts from everything that is out there and did what made sense for me and my hair. The definition of an expert is someone who has comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of a skill in a particular area. Through my journey I have certainly earned the right to call myself an expert on my hair and I firmly believe I can help just about anyone who is willing become an expert on their hair.

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  1. Hi Alicia,

    I enjoy your blog. It is really giving me additional insight with this natural hair. I blog as well and wanted to know how you are uploading video on a free site. If you don’t mind sharing I’d love to know. Sorry about the public message. I couldn’t figure out how to send this privately.



  2. I just bought your album on itunes, and it is great. I will be telling my friends and family to listen to you or look you up on you tube. I wish you a ll the sucess

  3. I just found your blog and I want to say keep up the good work, it is very inspirational to me. Thanks for sharing about your life.

  4. Hi Alicia, I have such a girl crush on you!!! lol Seriously though, I’m inspired when I see a young black woman with so many blessings and it makes me strive to do the same. We have the same hair type, so I’m hoping one day I can get to where you are with hair. I did want to know how you felt about coloring hair (not bleached) and if you would ever consider it. I know it can do a little damage without the proper maintenance.

    I’m definitely telling all my natural friends about your youtube channel! God Bless!

  5. LOL! Well thank yooouuu! I am definitely flattered! You know, I get the question about coloring a lot. I think it’s great to do if that’s something you trust with your hair. Personally for me, I’ve put a lot of work into my hair and keeping it as natural as possible. I am not really comfortable with the thought of adding something in it that may change the way my hair responds to my regimen. 🙂 I hope this answers your question! Thanks again! 🙂

  6. I don’t know if you will get this but I think you’re an inspiration, from your hair to your music. Keep Rocking :). -Paloma

  7. Hey Alicia, I LOVE LOVE LOVE your hair!! I started my transition a year ago and just now starting my actual hair journey. I love your blog and you’ve inspired me a lot! Natural hair is indeed very beautiful =)

  8. I wish i could contact you personally but urm….i am 16 and we have the same hair type but as long as i live under my parents roof my hair will never look like urs……my hair has grown and fallen off for a whole year..till i figures out a way to grow my hair with split ends since my parents never would take me to a hair salon to get a trim but its all good i will get their when i am a grown woman like you ….btw thats how my hair was when i was a kid the length and everything…

  9. Spreading The Sunshine: Hello! I just wanted you to know that you inspire me in so many ways and because I think that your blog is so Fan-tabulous I have nominated you for the “Inspiring Blog Award” … Share the love by visiting http://t.co/2eRwqwDj to view the details. Much Love & Many Blessings 🙂

  10. Hello Alicia James, My name is Cassidy Dixon and I am 15. Over the summer I decided to embrace my lifelong natural hair, after suffering through some disappointing breakage. Something I notices throughout my “hair journey” is that out of all the blogs and youtube channels, there was nothing for natural hair teenagers that weren’t mixed. One thing that stops teen girls from going natural is the lack of knowledge and inspiration to do so. Through the “struggle” I decided to create my own natural hair channel, and post videos at least once a week. I basically wanted to ask for the support of your blog, I’ve recently purchased your book better than good hair, and I look forward to utilizing your tips. My youtube channel is called: naturalrevolution101 (Or you can type in Cassidy Dixon) I really hope you find the time to check it out, and give me any tips, and hopefully support my goal to get more teens to embrace being natural, and help me to be “the inspiration for the next generation.” Thank you very much for taking the time to read this, if you do, and I hope you consider supporting me. (;

  11. Hi!
    Thanks for stopping by. I think you are confusing me with CurlyNikki.com She has recently released a new book and has a very popular blog. I am a vlogger from Youtube. Though I do think that what you are doing is great, and a lot of the younger naturals would love to get the information from someone who is their age, and how to deal with it while going through high school. 🙂 I will check out your channel. 🙂

  12. Hello,

    I am a long-term transitioner and 6 months post-relaxer; I’m on the verge of continuing my transition or going back to relaxers. So far things have been wonderful and I’m slowly but surely learning what my hair likes and dislikes although I’m still somewhat clueless on certain aspects of my hair and what to do. I decided to go natural back in December 2012 due to relaxers not fully working anymore, at first it was a “let me see if I can do this” kind of challenge but now it’s an “I’m on a journey to of self-happiness to find out who I truly am and what I’m truly capable of doing while trying to reach fully, healthy and bra strap length hair”. I feel I’ve done well so far, but the only thing missing from this journey of mine is a support group of naturalists who can really relate and motivate me. I ask and hope that you can help me throughout this journey of me.

  13. hi my name is brooke and i wish to say that over the years i have enjoyed your youtube channel. I love how informative you are on the your videos and on your blog as well. Hopefully when you get a chance you can check out my blog as well and thank you so much for your amazing information. Hope you have a wonderful day and hope to connect with you soon.

  14. Hi Alicia my name is Sheri, i have been natural for almost two years now and only just stopped getting my hair cut last year. I’ve been combing through the web for someone who had my type of hair and i found your blog. I do believe i have a mix of type 4a and 4b mostly 4a. Right now my hair is not quite short and not long it’s almost in between some might call it a TWA. I get a lot of knots and i’m trying to find out what nightly routine i need to do to my hair. Can you offer some tips.

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