5 YouTube Channels Black Southern Belles Will Love

Are you a Black Southern Belle looking for day to day inspiration from other Black Southern Belles? After a long day and hard day of work or school, I turn right to YouTube for a pick-me-up. YouTube has become one of the biggest forms of social media and is the biggest search engine in America. YouTube accounts are created for every and anything that a person may need, including motivation. I have chosen 5 YouTube accounts that I recently found to give more inspiration to Black Southern Belles everywhere. I follow so many YouTube accounts and there are so many helpful YouTubers around today. At least one of the five African American channels are bound to speak to you. Continue reading forA�5 YouTube Channels Black Southern Belles Will Love.

Food Heaven Show

The Food Heaven Show is brought to you byA�Wendy Lopez and Jessica Jones, both holding Master’s degrees in Nutrition Science and dietitians. These African American women created their YouTube account to teach others to cook meals that are nutritional, delicious, and affordable. These three aspects of cooking are often forgot about with African American people and families.

Check out one of their videos below:

Find Wendy and Jessica here…

YouTube: Food Heaven Show

Facebook: Food Heaven Made Easy with Wendy and Jess

IG: @foodheavenshow

Twitter: @FoodHeavenShow


AtHomeWithNikki was created in in June of 2012. Nikki aims to give lots of lifestyle tricks and tips through different videos on her account. She says her focus is all things “home organization, interior decorating, crafts and cooking”. AtHomeWithNikki hasA�335,732 subscribersA�and over 30 million views! Check out her account the next time you want to try a new home project of get some lifestyle tips.

Check out Nikki’s video below:

Find Nikki here…

YouTube: AtHomeWithNikki

Facebook: At Home With NikkiA�

Pinterest: At Home With NikkiA�

Website: athomewithnikki.com

# BlackGirlYouTubeToo

#BlackGirlsYouTubeTooA�is a YouTube channel ran by a girl from Howard University, looking to inspire and motivate her peers.A�#BlackGirlsYouTubeToo startedA�Jun 26, 2012 and has accumulated over 10,000 subscribers and hasA�752,676 views and counting. Her lifestyle vlogs, HU videos and tips, and story times keeps subscribers coming back A�to her helpful channel. This channel was made especially for our Black Southern Belles looking for #blackgirlmagic inspiration.A�

Check out one of my fav videos from #BlackGirlsYoutTubeToo below:

Message From #BlackGirlsYouTubeToo:

An HBCU College Student

I’m here to make sure you stay motivated and fleeked!

THANKS for coming to my channel and THANK YOU SO MUCH for subscribing!

Never forget,



Instagram: @blackgirlsyoutubetoo

Personal Instagram: @dayloveyouulongtimee

Twitter: @juicylorr



BeautifulBrwnBabyDolTVA�is DIY EVERYTHING.A�Dr. Nina is a Professor and Psychologist turned YouTuber in 2012. Her channel has 31,095 subscribersA�and over a million views.A�BeautifulBrwnBabyDolTVA�does an amazing jobs posting videos on everything under the sun fromA�weight loss to fashion, lifestyle videos and all around inspiration for Black women. Don’t take my word for it, go watch her on YouTube.

Check out the vlog:

Find Dr. Nina here:


Facebook: @BeautifulBrwnBabyDolTV



FabulousNatA�akaA�Nathalie is a natural hair and make up enthusiast inspiring others as a plus sized guru. She has been on YouTube since 2009 and has grew her following toA�21,216 subscribersA�andA�1,985,865 views.A�This plus sized guru may not post many videos that directly say she is all about a cause, actions speak louder than words and she is definitely making her mark.A�

Check out FabulousNat’s Best Motivational Speech for Girls below:

FabulousNat says:

“I started this site as a way to inspire and educate others. I love being able to connect with others and share a passion from hundreds of miles away. As a plus size guru, I understand the pressures of looking thin in today’s society and the impact negative body image can take on a young girl’s life. I look to instill a sense of pride in so many young girls and women that you can be comfortable in your own skin, through embracing your body and natural hair.”



IG: @_fabulousnat

Blogspot: FabulousNat




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