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1. AfroRiri Haircare : AfroRiri hair products are made with the finest natural ingredients that nourish the hair to make it grow beautifully. Our products are hand-made and sustainable resulting in Luxe Organic African Hair care products. The products are all budget friendly because they were made with everyone in mind. Our mission is to promote natural hair and to give every woman the confidence she deserves because we know that every woman is beautiful and a masterpiece. Therefore, we work on developing the finest products to help the African woman manage her natural hair and also tackle her hair problems making her natural hair journey an enjoyable one. To purchase AfroRiri products, click here.
2. Steamer: Steaming allows you to add moisture to your hair promoting longer and healthier hair growth. When your hair does not receive any moisture and is dry it will become dull, brittle and break. The benefits of steaming are;
- Promotes hair growth
- Stops hair breakage
- Wards off dryness,brittleness and breakage
- Cleanses scalp, removing dirt and dead skin
- Makes hair stronger and healthier
- Leaves your hair soft and smooth
3. Silk or Satin Pillowcase: Satin or silk pillowcases and hair bonnets aid in the health of your hair. These will protect your natural oils and moisture from leaving your hair while you sleep. To purchase one, click here..
4. Spray & Steam Bottle (500 ml): Perfect for applying hair treatments daily. The top gives you the option of applying your treatment as steam, spray or off. The spray option is for applying moisture or liquid treatments to your hair. The steam option is for applying oil or moisture to targeted sections on the head. This multi-purpose spray & steam bottle is ideal for hot oil treatments and other hair mixtures. It can also be used to treat and condition your braided hair and weaves daily. To purchase one, click here.
5. Hair Rollers: Hair rollers and perm rods are great for natural hair because it brings versatility to your hairstyles and it allows you to have direct heat-free curls. You can find hair rollers in various sizes. It is also a fast and simple way to change-up your look. To purchase one, click here..
Christmas is here… Pamper yourself with these five items. Hope this was helpful. Xoxo!
The wait is finally over. AfroRiri products which contains the perfect combination of ingredients to help you start and arrive at your destination to healthy hair within few weeks is NOW AVAILABLE IN ABUJA..
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Co-wash: A method of washing your hair with conditioner only. This helps to keep your hair soft and manageable.
Nappyversary: This is the Anniversary date of when your hair became fully natural.
Protective Hairstyle: A hairstyle that tucks the ends of your hair away from being exposed to damaging agents such as sun, heat, and constant manipulation. The purpose and benefits of this hairstyle is to grow healthier, longer hair and reduce split ends and damage. Some examples are Buns, Braids, Sew-in Weaves and Wigs.
Regimen: Your day to day or weekly hair care and styling guide.
TWA (Teeny Weeny Afro): A small Afro, typically in reference to the first stage after the Big Chop (BC).
Transitioning: Process in which you take steps to stop relaxing the hair to grow out your natural hair texture.The period of time since one’s last chemical relaxer.
Alopecia: The loss of hair. In some cases, alopecia is due to medical conditions, but it can also result from hairstyles such as tight ponytails or braids, which is known as traction alopecia.
Length check: A technique performed to stretch, measure and record the length of the hair.
Afroriri Haircare, a luxe organic brand in Nigeria, Ghana, London and Ukraine invites you to the 2nd Natural Beauty Bazaar in Ghana. Afroriri Haircare will be at the event. So come along, Ghanaian naturalistas to the event and get all your natural hair questions answered at last. Also, product recommendations according to your hair type will be provided along side sales of Afroriri products.
The 2nd Natural Beauty Bazaar is an event for everyone who loves to care for their health and hair. Event will hold on the 5th of December at the Dubois Centre in Accra. This event is set to bring together as many natural lifestyle enthusiasts in Ghana as possible .Think of fitness enthusiasts, natural and healthy diet lovers, women with natural hair, organic grocery shoppers, good food lovers, music lovers, fashion junkies and anybody at all who is looking to have a good time and learn a little something extra.
Activities will include talk sessions on natural hair issues, taking care of dreadlocks and skincare as well as healthy diets and fitness routines.
Fantastic prizes to be won too.. Be there
At AfroRiri Haircare , our Wednesdays are dedicated to naturalistas we admire and love. Hopefully, by seeing our WCW you are encouraged to continue your natural hair journey.
Our WCW is Ghana’s beauty queen Abena Appiah. Abena is Miss Universe Ghana 2014. She is a model, musician and dancer. She love’s to entertain and love’s to be entertained. She started modeling at the age of three and discovered her music abilities at the age of nine.
She had her primary and part of high school education in the United States of America completing in United States of America. She currently schools at Radford University College studying fashion, her philosophy in life is “strive hard to achieve your goal no matter the circumstance”. She contested in miss Ghana 2012 and won the miss talent award. Abena won Top Model Ghana and represented Ghana at Top Model of the World 2013 in Egypt. Abena contested for X Factor and made it to the finals. Her hair has been natural hair for years…
She rocks her natural hair on red carpets, interviews, stage performances and photo shoots. She even rocked her natural her during miss Universe Ghana contest.
She is the definition of a true naturalista who looks naturally fabulous!
So you see that having and wearing your own natural hair does not make you less successful.