Event: #HairCare101 – Is Natural Hair Professional? 16th March 2017

Want to wear your Afro hair to work but not sure where to start?  Been natural for years but keep it under a wig as it feels more professional? Always wear your fro to work and want to show your friends this is an option?

Simply curious about natural hair?

This #HairCare101 discussion and workshop is for you! Learn with the Afrocenchix founders Joycelyn and Rachael, Trichologist Stephanie Sey and a panel of professionals, in a warm, relaxed and intimate setting and make the most of the opportunity to ask questions in a small group. See footage from our pilot here.

Healthy refreshments provided. Email joycelyn@afrocenchix.com for more information. Please note spaces are extremely limited so book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

You can purchase your ticket below. We can't wait to meet you! 

Thursday, 16th March, 2017

18:00 – 20:30 PM 

Base KX, 103c Camley Street, N1C 4PF, London

About the speakers:


Afrocenchix is an award winning natural hair company founded by Rachael and Joycelyn. At Afrocenchix, we develop expertly researched and carefully created products in partnership with formulations and cosmetics scientists to adequately care for kinky, curly hair.  We blend natural and organic ingredients with expertise to make caring for natural hair as simple as possible.


Stephanie Sey is a Consultant Trichologist with first hand experience of hair loss. After personally suffering from hair loss issues from as young as 14, Stephanie decided that she wanted to help others who are suffering with hair and scalp issues. She trained with the Institute of Trichologists and is an Associate Member. Stephanie has experience in all hair types however she specialises in Afro and Mixed textured hair.

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