This community is more than a neighborhood of people – it reaches globally, instantly, and ready to help you dream big.

Welcome to AfroLovely, a place that cares about your hair as much as you do. Here, we transparently
discuss all things black hair, and how to achieve the many beautiful styles you can do with it.

We believe that beauty is not just limited to one hair type. Our mission is to provide support for black
women on their healthy hair journey – every step of the way.

Who We Are​

We are a team that is committed to bringing you quality information on the many questions concerning black hair and beauty. Our website is not just an not just an informational resource, but an admirable recognition of diversity and culture.

Our topics are based on what people want to know – from protective styles to the much needed review on the hair company you’ve been eyeing – and we’re not holding back.

At AfroLovely, we understand the struggle of knowing your hair’s potential, but not knowing how to reach it. Today is the day everything changes. Our talented writers and cosmetologists are eager to share the tools you need to get it right the first time.

We believe that no matter what your texture is, that you can gain something valuable from this content. Are you ready for your hair to be the best it’s ever been? So are we. Just see for yourself.

This community is more than a neighborhood of people – it reaches globally, instantly, and ready to help you dream big.

Our Editorial Team

Dasia Franklin

Hi! I’m Dasia, a lover of all things beauty related whose been in the industry for about 5 years. While I’d love to say I’m a self-taught prodigy, I’m actually a licensed cosmetologist who has spent countless hours studying hair. I quickly learned sharing valuable information with like-minded individuals allows everyone to make the right choices when dealing with their hair. As a curly girl myself I love to experiment with different styles on a regular basis. While I do have a busy schedule between work, freelancing, and school; I always seem to find time for my hair.

Kennedy Webb-Rwahwire

My name is Kennedy Webb-Rwahwire. I’m a wife and blogger. I have always had a love for writing and have been blogging for about 3 years now. I have a passion for teaching what I have learned over the years, especially about hair. I have had almost every hairstyle -typical of a cosmetologist’s daughter- including the big chop in 2015. With all the knowledge I have gained, I feel it is my duty to help others on their healthy hair journey. I believe education can be fun, and I strive to make it fun to learn about beautiful black hair.

Juleana Jackson

Juleana J is a freelance writer and Black hair enthusiast. She loves words and the way they mold into art. Her hobbies include reading, writing, exploring new places, trying new hairstyles, and coffee. Juleana’s journey to hair enthusiast started almost a decade ago when she decided to go natural. The road was not easy. It was paved with bad hair days and many wasted products. She has developed an obsession with learning new styles and techniques to do her own hair and protective styles. She currently resides in the south of the United States and writes during most of her free time.