Summer Hairstyles: Professional Afro Hairstyles for the Workplace
Women across all ages and professions have experienced or know some one with natural hair struggles in the workplace.
Are you struggling with wearing your natural hair in the workplace? Need a burst of hair inspiration? We got you covered! Twists-outs and co-washing are firmly part of the natural hair dictionary since we found new ways to style our tresses - over 10 years ago.
Many women are fully embracing their texture and the multi-step routine that comes with taking care of natural hair. Though, for many of us, the subject remains a point of contention - how do we style our hair for work?
You’ll learn how to do different hairstyles for the working environment
Afrocks connects people looking for natural hair and beauty services with top-quality, pre-screened independent service professionals or salons. From locs twisting to braids services, Afrocks instantly matches customers with trusted professionals in cities all around the world.
Whether you're a transitioning, newly or long-term naturalista - we’re not short of hair inspiration. In recent years, more women are embracing sisterlocks - although they’ve been around since 1993.
Sisterlocks are a smaller version of your standard locs. If you're still on the fence about whether to start your locs life, get inspired by Influencer Lea’s stunning sisterlocks. Learn the benefits of wearing sisterlocks from Lea, as well as hair care, styling, and accessories for sisterlocks.
A message from Leanne Goldsmith, Locs YouTuber
"My name is Leanne Goldsmith and I am 24 years old. I was born and raised in London, but my family is from St. Lucia and Jamaica. I work in the advertising industry and do paid social media for the L'Oréal Group. I've been in this industry for 3 years and I love it. I also have a YouTube channel that has given me a platform to share my stories and give advice about how to take care of your hair, specifically about sisterlocks. Consequently it has given me the confidence to love myself and be proud of who I am and what I have accomplished thus far. I honestly think being natural was the first step to accepting myself and I don't regret it."