Guiding WOC Through The Process Of Returning Natural

About Us

Welcome to “Beauty School” the all-natural beauty blog for women of color hosted by Belle Bar Organic.

Are you thinking of returning natural but do not know where to start? Are you natural and having a hard time creating a regimen or achieving the results you would like to achieve? We have been there. Returning natural is a journey. Belle Bar Organic is a beauty company for women of color to help guide them through this process.

How do we help? We provide the all-natural, organic hair and skincare products, the education and the community support to guide you through the journey of returning natural. Our goal is to make the expierence fun, easy and effective instead of overwhelming and exhausting. Welcome to our family xoxo Tianna, Solange and Annette Bell aka Mom

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Three hairstyles from ancient Africa we still rock today

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African American hair through the ages: from then to now

From the short flapper haircuts of the 1920s, to the iconic fros of the Black Panther movement, to the natural hair we rock today. Black hair has changed with each…

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