1. Go to Ruka!
Ruka hair has everything you need for your kinky, curly, coily natural-looking wig needs. From bundles to wigs and clip-ins, there isn’t much that Ruka doesn’t have on their site to satisfy our afro-hair obsessions. If you’re only just considering purchasing an afro-based wig, we’d encourage you to buy either a clip in or a headband wig from the store to see if you like the look before committing to bundle prices, wig constructions and hairstylist charges.
Image | Ruka Hair
2. Heat Free Hair
Encouraging ladies to ‘amplify the beauty’ of their curls, kinks and coils, Heat Free Hair have a spectacular range of textures to pick from. Their ‘For Kinks’ range showcases all their quality 4B-4C texture pieces, while their ‘For Kurls’ range provides their 3C-4A curl patterns, and if you’re looking for looser textures such as 3B - 3C, head over to their ‘For Koils’ range. And what if you’re looking for the straight look that feels natural? We’d suggest heading over to their ‘For Blowouts’ range!
Image | Heat Free Hair
3. Nahara Curls
Owned by Elena Lewis, Nahara Curls was birthed at a time when her clients wanted their hair to remain healthy and manageable, all while still pursuing the natural look. After several years of research, Nahara Curls became the one-stop-shop for all things curls, kinks and coils. If you’re unsure of your texture, we’d suggest using their ‘try before you buy’ trio hair sample, before committing to wig and clip-in prices.
Image | Nahara's Curls
4. Natural Girl Wigs
Natural Girl Wigs ‘inspire natural hair queens to look their best on their budget with different styles to experiment with’. From Afro-kinky to natural blowout, Natural Girl Wigs has an abundance of virgin and faux pieces to help guide your natural wig journey. They also sell twists, locs and crotchet braid wigs if you’re thinking to diversity your natural wig collection!
There are several reasons as to why one may want to have some kinks, curls and coils in their wig collection. For some, it’s to give them the confidence to start their natural hair journey. For others, it’s because they love to wear out their natural tresses, but maintenance implications won’t allow them to. And for others it’s purely just to try something new! Whatever your reason is (you don’t even have to have one), we hope our wig retailer suggestions were helpful. If you have any further suggestions, be sure to drop them down in the comments below - let’s help each other out!