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Entrepreneurs launch site to find natural hair stylistsNATURAL HAIR for black women is an important issue, with many still having to face judgements in the workplace and sometimes within the community about the act of "going natural". To top it off, locating good quality afro hair beauty professionals can be a tedious and sometimes stressful process in London for many Black women with natural hair.
Afrocks: A full reviewI'm going to dive straight into this post by telling you all about my experience with Afrocks hair service. How I found booking my appointment, What it was like having a stylist in my home, how my hair looks & feels now and whether I would recommend the service.
Afrocks: the on-demand in-home service for afro hair | gal-demIf you're black, the turmoil of finding the right hairdresser can be enough to make you avoid the process altogether. One too many delayed appointments, instances of overcharging or stylists who don't understand that fine-toothed combs and afro hair don't mix and few would blame you for opting to do your hair yourself.
Why Black Male Voices Are Essential In The Natural Hair ConversationIf you know the difference between a braid and a twist out, traction alopecia and sleek edges, or the pros and cons of palm rolling, you probably love a black woman with natural hair. Growing up in the 80's in the French Caribbean, all of the women around me had what people called "good hair".