The Afrocks Blog
Don’t Give Up On Your Natural Hair…By An Afro Hair Stylist (Who Almost Gave up)
Recently one of my clients had major hair ‘meltdown’. After I told her off for keeping her braids in for too long (tut,tut) she went on to say she’s fed up with her hair, wants to cut it, what’s the point, it won’t grow, natural hair isn’t for everyone….and the rest.Read More
With Afrocks New Mobile Website It’s Even Easier To Find And Book Your Locs, Braids or Natural Hair Stylist
Back in January 2017 we officially launched Afrocks’ adventure by communicating our vision and idea to our followers, fans and community.
2016 was definitely a big year for us as after a year of very hard work we had finally managed to get something out that people could actually use.
6 Events Celebrating Black Culture You Do Not Want To Miss This Summer 2017
So summer has arrived and if you are like me, you too are looking for events to attend all summer long with the hope of not only having the best time, but the opportunity to meet and network with a diverse range of people.
Well keep reading and by the end of this post you should be ready to attend at least one of these events.
How We Wrote One Of The Most Shared Blog Post About UK Black Businesses With £50 Budget
Image credit @: Obeejool Studio
20 years ago, Bill Gates said ‘Content is King’, and in today’s digital world, it is as relevant as ever. Though content marketing is not a new concept, it is particularly pertinent, quasi crucial, for small businesses. With big companies spending big cash in advertising to occupy the online space, content marketing is vital to small & medium black businesses to showcase their expertise, and expand their brands.Read More
12 Hair And Beauty Gifts You Can Offer To Your Natural Hair Friends
Credit picture @ Kinay Wraps
Are you looking for the perfect gift for your natural hair friends?
Well then this guide is for you.
Listed here are 10 gift ideas that your natural hair friends will fall in love with – and you may even decide to treat yourself!
There are gifts suitable for all budgets and age groups that will ensure your favourite naturalistas feel beautiful and appreciated.Read More
How I Learnt To Embrace My Short Natural Hair
I thought it would be interesting to share with you what I have been doing to embrace my natural hair during its short stage.
I have been natural all my life, but my hair hasn’t always been healthy. I’m not sure how old I was when my mum said I was old enough to do my own hair. It wasn’t daunting or scary at all, that was only because I had no idea what I was getting myself into.Read More
Afrocks Giveaway Sweepstake Terms and Conditions
AFROCKS GIVEAWAY TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- The promoter is: Afrocks EKEMIT whose registered office is at 86-90 Paul Street, EC2A 4NE London United Kingdom
- The competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom aged 18 years or over except employees of Afrocks EKEMIT and their close relatives and anyone otherwise connected with the organisation or judging of the competition.
36 UK Black Owned Businesses You Absolutely Need In Your Life In 2017
2016 could be considered a pretty bleak year for people of colour after Brexit and the US presidential situation.
However, it wasn’t all bad as we saw the hashtag #UKBlackOwnedBusinesses trending on Twitter and the launch of the award-winning platform Brands of Colour.
Black people are tired of investing their money into brands and businesses that do not represent or consider them and as a result, UK Black businesses are finally getting the spotlight they deserve.Read More
Opinion: 5 Natural hair myths that need to be put to bed in 2017
The whole natural hair movement is nothing new but for some strange reason, it looks like a handful of myths just can’t die! Maybe it’s time we all stop lying to ourselves and accept certain truth about natural hair.Read More
On Being Black In A Country That Does Not See Colour: What I Was Told When I Went Teaching With My Head (Half) Wrapped
I have recently moved to France France. I say France France because I am from what we call overseas territories, a 2.0 French colony, which is technically France in the Caribbean with all the contradictions and uneasiness that this status can cause in the 21st century … But I digress. I am now in France France, in a peaceful and bourgeois neighbourhood with beautiful houses, gardens, clean pavements etc. Of course, I stand out with my big hair, dark skin and love for Ankara, but that is ok. I knew beforehand that I was moving into a “white” environment and the chances of me being the “black lady”, were pretty high, but I did not mind.Read More