Centich Toko is a multi-disciplinary creative who makes Arts and Crafts ridiculously cool. There is nothing fashionably creative that her hands can’t do.
Black women’s hair is very versatile and flexible so it bends and moves to our wishes; so stylist and content creator Centich Toko and I came together in front of the camera to create this amazing project photographed by Lebogang Ditibane. In this shoot Centich had an Afro hair piece sown on top of herContinue reading “Blossom Twins:In Full Bloom”
There is a certain joy that comes with knowing that as a naturalista, you can easily access natural hair products from your local manufacturers at an affordable price. Kipilipili Hair Expo brought together natural hair and skin product entrepreneurs and naturalistas in one place in Dar Es Salaam making it easier for the sharing ofContinue reading “Hair Conversations At Kipilipili Hair Expo”
Our black hair is amazingly versatile and can be styled in as many ways as possible but as black women we always find problems in our schools and workplaces. Black women in the workplace are always restricted when it comes to hairstyles, it can’t be “too wild” and “too colourful” or “unprofessional”. Hair Artist andContinue reading “Black Hair Matters Exhibition”
In recent years, black women have been embracing and loving their natural hair, ditching chemicals and using protective hairstyles to diversify their hair. There was some kind of shift in the universe because black women started cutting short their relaxed her opting to start their natural hair journeys through locking their hair and lettingContinue reading “The Art Of Black Hair And The Women Whose Hair Inspires Us”