10 Things You Should Know About Cutting Afro Hair
We all love getting a new cut, right? It’s fun, exciting, and when you walk out of the salon, you feel like a different person. There reaches a time in your afro hair life that you just need to get the big chop.
Whether you just want to get a pixie cut or are looking to shedding off some inches of your mane, there is a thing or ten which you should know about cutting afro hair. Let’s look at the things you need to know when cutting your Afro hair.Read More
The Best Afro Hair Accessories Every Naturalista Needs
Whether your hair tight 4C curls or looser 3B ringlets, the key to establishing a good hair care routine for your hair afro is having the right tools. The outcome of your washday relies on the methods and tools that you use – it’s not always the product’s fault! Every naturalista should have a kit of afro hair accessories that they can rely on for easy styling and maintenance throughout the week. Here are some of the top afro hair accessories that you should invest in.Read More
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Afro Hair
Afro hair is beautiful. It’s full, curly, kinky, thick and everyone’s is different. For people without this hair type it always seems fascinating, but do you know everything there is to know about your own hair? The amazing thing about afro hair is there is so much to learn not just in terms of hair care but the history and industry too. As more people begin their journey to healthy natural hair, getting to know your locks is a great way of growing your knowledge and feeling empowered. Luckily, we’ve got it covered. Here are 10 things that you didn’t know about afro hair!Read More
10 Things to do When you Have Dry Afro Hair
When it comes to caring for afro hair everyone’s experience is different. From kinks and curls to afros and coils, even two people with a similar hair texture will likely have completely different styling routines. But, one thing that we can all relate to is dryness.
Dry afro hair is one of the most common complaints but it’s not impossible to fix if you know-how. If you’re dealing with dry ends that just won’t quit or endless frizz that you can’t tame then it’s time to up your hair care routine and we’re here to help!
Here at 10 important things that you can do to improve your dry afro hair.
All you need to know before getting Box Braids
Box braids are one of the most popular types of hairstyles for people with afro hair, but believe it or not, this style really came into its prime throughout the 90s. From Janet Jackson to Stacey Dash in the iconic film Clueless, braids were seen everywhere before the early 2000’s when natural hairstyles were swapped for blow dries and straightening.Read More
19 Inspiring UK Afro Hair And Beauty Entrepreneurs You Want Follow
The afro hair and beauty movement wouldn’t be what it is today without the passionate individuals creating amazing Afro Caribbean hair products and spreading the message about natural hair and black beauty. Here we’ve compiled a list of the UK hair and beauty founders that we think to deserve some recognition.
PS: All information written below has been found online and is available to everybody.Read More
Top 10 Best Products For Curly Natural Hair
If you haven’t heard the words ‘natural hair movement’, where have you been hiding? From coils and curls to locs and afros, the last few years have seen a shift in the way natural hair is viewed and the accessibility to good, affordable products. In the UK, the natural hair movement has grown from strength to strength, with major stores reevaluating the diversity of their haircare range and helping us naturalistas gets those edges on fleek and curls poppin!Read More
Top 10 Things To Know Before Transitioning To Natural Hair
While transitioning to natural hair has become the new wave, very few women have an idea of the basics they should know before going natural. You probably don’t want to end up with an “I Wish I Had Known List” when it comes down to going natural. So before you make the jump of faith to transition to afro hair, here are the top 10 things you should know before transitioning to Natural Hair.Read More
27 Afro Hair Salons To Visit in London and The UK
Natural hair movement in the UK can be traced back to the 1970s when natural hair movement was at its peak, fuelled by the rise of Black Power and the civil rights movement in the US. Having a fro back then was not solely based on creating a fashion statement or signature look, it was rather about making a political statement to express and showcase your black identity with utmost pride and confidence.
In the last few years, research has shown that black women are making statements in the beauty industry. Due to this, they have become an invaluable voice that must be listened to by stakeholders in the hair industry. In fact, the black hair industry at the moment is worth £88 million, with black women spending six times more on their hair care than their white counterparts. In the UK, the afro Caribbean hair industry has been found to be quite lucrative, with so many brands now venturing into the market due to the increase in consumer demand for natural hair care products.
The Best Protective Styles For Natural Hair
If you have ever done research on promoting hair growth, you’ve probably heard of protective styles. Protective styles refer to any hair configuration that protects your ends, edges and overall curls from consistent manipulation that can lead to breakage and further damage. Protective hair is an essential part of natural hair care that can be of immense benefit to you. Wondering why protective hairstyles for natural hair are important or what protective hairstyles to wear? We have compiled some of the top benefits of this technique as well as some trendy protective styles you should know.Read More