What to Look for in a Natural Hair Stylist?
Looking for a natural hair stylist in or around London can be overwhelming because there are so many to choose from. You want the best stylist for your money, but you’re wary that they might do a shoddy job. And it’s not just about the money.Read More
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.
How To Find Your Natural Hair Stylist or Salon With Afrocks in Less Than 2 Minutes
I have a very good news for you: Our website is (finally) live! After months and months of hard work we have released our Beta version. Beta version means that it is not the finished product and there are probably a few things to fix here and there. But we are live and you now book a stylist in less than 2 minutes, by doing the following:
Interview of Sandra Dodds, Founder of BlackHairBlackBeauty Natural Hair Salon in South London
Following the opening of their brand new natural hair salon in Norwood, South London, we briefly talked with Sandra Dodds, founder of Black Hair Black Beauty. You should hear what she has to say! Very inspiring!Read More
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.Read More
- 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 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”
- Afrocks Afro Business Interview – Aasiyah, Founder of The Renatural: “Versatility, ease and protection are the main reasons why black women wear wigs today”