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Natural Hair

Published on 29 April 2016 by Afrocks

[Infographic] 13 Natural Hair, Black Beauty & Self-Confidence Quotes That Will Strengthen Your Soul

Sometimes you feel down. You lose confidence, or you feel like you will never going to make it. Some other times, you don’t feel beautiful when you look at yourself in the mirror, and are overwhelmed by self-confidence issues, deeply rooted inside your heart – affecting your soul.
Keep your Head up! Some of our greatest people fought the good fight for you – us! Read what they have to say.

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Published on 23 April 2016 by Afrocks

The Words We Use: What Google Can Teach You About Unprofessional Hairstyle and Self Love

I don’t know if you have come across this little story that has been going around the internet lately. It started on Tumblr and then moved over to Twitter and claimed that Google Image Search is racist. The reason for this is that if you do an image search for “unprofessional hairstyles” it only returns images of black women but if you look for “professional hairstyles” it will return only images of white women.

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Published on 20 April 2016 by Afrocks

10 Mobile Natural Hair Stylists or Small Afro Salons With Great Online Presence

A few weeks ago we wrote about the importance for afro-caribbean hairdressers to have a strong online presence as we firmly believe that the revolution will be digitised. Here are 10 smaller braiders, locticians or natural hair stylists that are doing things right by feeding instagram profiles, updating websites or Facebook pages. Because it’s not all about the big boys and big salons. Good news: Some of them have also already registered to be on Afrocks platform and will be bookable when we go live.

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Published on 29 March 2016 by Afrocks

The Problem with Natural Hair ‘Problems’ : 3 Things That Gets Me Thinking

That’s it, we have decided to put the relaxer away. We hardly wear weaves and wigs these days, and when we do, it is a protective method or a way to experiment with new looks or colours without damaging our hair. Yes, we are embracing ourselves, yes we are proud of our heritage and yes, we are beautiful black women… However, this newfound love for our hair needs to be alert and proactive because, I feel that the self-depreciating habits that we have all acquired through our socialisation or the constant exposure to the mainstream canons of beauty, can easily sneak their way on our path to self-validation.

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Published on 24 March 2016 by Afrocks

Happy and Nappy

 

The tidal wave of Nappy that is sweeping the world lately has certainly not passed you by. Black women started wearing and loving their natural hair, ditching the creamy crack and living their lives without lye.
If you were around when it all started and you decided you wanted to join, you probably did like most of us and joined a forum online to share tips and tricks, techniques and report on the latest products you tried. Maybe you had a blog where you documented on your hair journey, posted pictures of your daily routine, all your hair paraphernalia and pictures of your “hairspirations” (that’s the people’s whose hair you were inspired from). If you were lucky, you could even find your hair twin and you would start exchanging tips, emulating each other, encouraging each other because they could definitely understand !

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