Storytelling and information sharing are what the NaturallyCurly community was built on, way back in 1998. Frustrated by the lack of information on curly hair and the limited products available in the marketplace, two journalists from the Austin American-Statesman, Michelle Breyer and Gretchen Heber, started NaturallyCurly to empower other women who shared the same frustrations by sharing the information that mainstream media was missing. They've done that with input from beauty writers, cosmetic chemists, stylists, social influencers and community members.
We are currently sourcing for expert freelance writers. If you have beauty writing experience and useful tips to share with our community then we want to hear from you! Your stories have made NaturallyCurly what it is today. Here's how to share your pitch with us.
Dos & Don'ts of Becoming a NaturallyCurly Writer
DO use our application form.
It contains all of the information that you would need to be chosen, so be sure to fill out all of the fields if possible for your best chance of being published.
DON’T email our editors.
Please use the form to submit your interest, that way we can keep all of the applications organized and accessible when we review submissions for the week. If you email us there is a greater chance that your submission will be missed.
DO provide writing samples.
If you've been published by other major publications or blogs, share your work with us! We'd love to get to know your voice and your breadth of knowledge better.
DON’T commit to more than you can submit.
We want to know how many articles you can submit to per week. Please be honest and realistic! If chosen, you will be expected to submit assignments that satisfy our editorial standards and meet deadlines. This is critical to being a NaturallyCurly writer.
DO tell us why you want to write for us.
We’d love to hear what drives you and why you’ve chosen NaturallyCurly as a platform for your work.
We can't wait to hear from you!
Fill out our application form here.