How To Take Care Of Your Afro Hair: Our 5 Best Tips

Our natural hair is the crown that we wear daily. And as such it must be cared for with the best products, tools and love. Often our afro hair is not in the best condition it is, due to lack of care for it. In this article, we will be sharing the top 5 best tips to take care of your afro. These tips will, hopefully, help you increase the length, strength and hydration levels of your hair to bring it to an optimally healthy condition. Your hair is your crown and should be worn proudly.

Afro Hair Business Interview – Hazel, Founder of Sanctus Hair & Salon Owner: “In the black community, hairdressers are looked down on. They’re seen as uneducated or dropouts […]”
Afrocks had a chat with Hazel who recently launched her product range. She's also a salon owner in South East London - therefore she has plenty to say when it comes to the afro hair industry!
Afrocks Interview – Kay Davis, Artist & Braider: “Transitioning from chemically relaxed hair to becoming natural is a journey! One that can be extremely liberating and often emotional”
We had a chat with Kay Davis, London-based artist and afro hairdresser - using design to celebrate and pay homage to black childhood/upbringing.
Afrocks Afro Business Interview – Aasiyah, Founder of The Renatural: “Versatility, ease and protection are the main reasons why black women wear wigs today”
You may have noticed how black entrepreneurs - more specifically black women - recently started to take centre stage in the afro hair industry (finally). Today we speak with Aasiyah Abdulsalam, founder of The Renatural, a platform that promises to disrupt and fix the wig industry with better, safer and healthier products. By a black woman for black women.
Sole Trader or Limited Company For Your Afro Hair Business: What Are The Big Differences?
In this very business oriented guest post, Kateata - who is an accountant at hairandbeautyaccounting.com - tell us everything we should know about choosing the right company structure for your next venture. 
14 Of The Best Afro Hair Products Your Natural Hair Will Fall In Love With
Credit picture: Eyoko

The natural hair movement in the UK has come a long way, especially in regards to afro hair products. Way back before the movement, we could only find few afro hair products on the scene, and if any were found, they were at best, filled with toxic ingredients. With limited choices available, black women went ahead with these products at the detriment of their hair health. However, since then, we have seen a rapid growth of organic and ethical afro hair products for different needs, hair types and uses. Whether you are a newbie natural or a seasoned one, we have compiled a list of some of the best natural afro hair products on the market you should add to your stash. Before or after booking your afro hairdresser with Afrocks, you can give these a go!

Afrocks Amazing Clients – Khisha, Architect, Director of Atelier K: “I loved the concept of Afrocks and recommended it straight away  to friends”
We are absolutely delighted to bring this new ‘Afrocks Amazing Clients’ series to you! The concept behind it is very simple: we decided to open our blog to Afrocks’ clients and subscribers who wanted to share their stories and thus give them some exposure. Afrocks is more than just hair: it’s about community and empowerment. Today we speak with Khisha, architect and director of Atelier K.
Afrocks Amazing Client – Shaka, Yoga Teacher And Political Activist: “To tackle inequality, we have to directly tackle the root causes of inequality – greed, capitalism, lack of democracy and wealth distribution.”
Credit picture: https://shakalish.wordpress.com/ We are absolutely delighted to bring this new 'Afrocks Amazing Clients' serie to you! The concept behind it is very simple: we decided to open our blog to Afrocks' clients and subscribers who wanted to share their stories, and thus give them some exposure. Afrocks is more than just hair: it's about community and empowerment. If you are an amazing client with a small business, a community initiative etc. get in touch with us at hello@afrocks.com or register your interest on the following link https://goo.gl/forms/L5HwTJMFWZ6MwMAi2
How do Black women find their Natural Afro Hairdressers in 2019

How do Black women find their Natural Afro Hairdressers in 2019

Have you ever faced the struggle of finding a perfect or suitable afro hairdresser? Or have you ever wondered if the videos you see of hairdressers on Instagram make a good point of referral for finding your perfect match when it comes to afro hairdressing? If yes then this article is just perfect for you.

16 Businesses And Initiatives That Can Help You On Your Journey Of Wellbeing
Credit picture: Lorraine Givans Destiny Achieved Coaching We hope you have enjoyed our selfcare series as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to you. We haven't finished yet! Here are some wonderful businesses/initiatives that can help you on your journey of wellbeing and self-care. Remember, first and foremost, you are your own backer. Invest in yourself  #OneLove
4 Cheap And Easy DIY Honey Hair Masks Recipes That Your Natural Hair Will Love
  Alright guys let’s get real here: we LOVE buying new natural hair products from our faves black owned businesses right? Also it’s January and we’re all broke following Festive season and Boxing day shopping spree, and we might need to do a bit a DIY to take care of our crowns and manes. Well good news! You won’t need to go too far and to spend too much cash as we have something for you: HONEY! Honey is literally one of those miraculous natural products for skin and hair care! It has healing, softening, purifying, moisturizing and antioxidant properties - so keep browsing for some cool DIY hair and skin care right before you book your mobile afro hairdresser with us!
Afrocks’ Afro Hair Stylists Guide To Personal Health, Safety And Self-Care
We have spoken before about the silent sacrifices many afro stylists make in order to provide an exceptional service to clients. We bend, turn, twist and place our bodies in awkward positions as well as the standing for long periods of time. We should also acknowledge the emotional toil of styling (also discussed before). The difference between a stylist and someone who ‘does hair’ is the attention to detail, which requires concentration, all the while ensuring the client is comfortable/entertained - and it is only emotionally taxing because we care so much about meeting the client’s expectations. As there is no professional certification for afro styling, see this as an afro stylists guide to personal health and safety. Even if you are not a stylist, please continue to read - these tips apply to all in some way or other.
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