UK Natural Hair Events



Looking for a natural hair event in the UK?

Check out these upcoming event's...


Event: Curls 

Date: Saturday 28th February 2015

Time: 2.00m to 4:00pm

Location: Beauty by Zara, 20 - 24 Clarence Road, Grays, Essex RM17 6QJ



Event: Natural Hair & Lifestyle Expo 2015

Date: Sunday, 12 April 2015

Time: 11:00am to 5:00pm

Location: City of Westminster College, Paddington Green, London, W2 1NB United Kingdom


Event: National Hair Week 2015

Date: 2nd - 9th May 2015

Time: - 11am - 5pm

Location: Manchester, Nottingham, Birmingham and London


Event: Curlvolution

Date: Saturday 23rd May

Time: 11.00am - 6.00pm

Location: Leeds / Manchester / Nottingham / Bristol / Birmingham / London


Event: The WITJ Natural Hair & Beauty Expo London 2015

Date: 13th June 2015

Time: 10.30am - 6.30pm

Venue: Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, 45 Prescot Street, E1 8GP, London, United Kingdom



N.B. Events are subject to changes for which I cannot be held responsible. 
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Lush Natural Hair Event

On Thursday 21st August Lush hosted a Natural Hair VIP event for Women of Colour at their Regent Street store. The aim of the event was to inform girls with curls of all the products that are available from the brand.

I was fortunate enough to be invited, along with other UK based natural hair bloggers and It was great to see all the wonderful products that Lush had to offer for natural hair.

Hair products 

Room full of UK based natural hair bloggers

Employee at Lush, Regent Street. Amazing colour and style.

Beautifully styled locs

Naturalist Shereen of Natural Notions by Shez with her sassy TWA

On the evening they had the lovely Wendy Millington treating some of the ladies to hair treatments. Monique their in-house hairdresser was available for styling using some of Lush's products. Unfortunately my hair was in braids, so i totally missed out :-(

Wendy Millington applying a hair treatment

Monique -  Lush's in-house hair stylist.

Lorene Rhoomes of Akhu Designs was also present and styled the ladies with beautiful african style head wraps. And lets not forget the talented Harriet of Harriet Parry Flowers who showed us her superb flower arranging skills.

Akhu Designs - Head wraps

Harriet Parry Flowers - Hair flowers

Head wrap styled by Akhu Designs and flowers provided by Harriet Parry Flowers

Food and drinks were available throughout the evening and I took a particular interest in the rum punch. It was good ladies :-)

Lovely cocktails, fresh fruit juices and food.

I was also lucky enough to go home with lovely gold eye shadow (thanks to the make up artist) and a goody bag containing a great selection of their natural products. 

  • Roots / Hair Treatment 
  • R&B / Hair Moisturiser 
  • Trichomania / Solid shampoo
  • Jungle / Solid conditioner
  • Zest / Hair Gelly
  • Cream Eyeshadow / Happiness 

I've tried Lush's Roots Hair Treatment and R&B Hair Moisturiser, so be sure to look out my reviews which are coming soon.

I hope you enjoyed.


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Have you tried any Lush products on your natural hair? Share your thoughts below.

The Women In The Jungle Natural Hair Show

If I could sum up the WITJ natural hair and beauty show in one word, it would be…inspirational. The lovely Miss Vaughan (natural hair & beauty Vlogger ) said to 'Be fierce at every stage'. And I can confirm that the ladies on attendance were most definitely fierce at every stage. I’m talking stylish TWA’s, long bouncy curls, funky shaved tapered haircuts, colour blocking and of course the classic afro were all on show.

Natural ladies in the audience

It was so nice to see the different hair textures, hairstyles and the versatility of having kinky, coily, curly hair. But nothing topped the confidence that these ladies (and the odd gentleman) carried. It was inspirational.

Natural ladies in the audience

I also enjoyed seeing the variety of hair and beauty products on show and being the shopping junkie that I am, i wanted to try a bit of everything. But my purse wouldn’t allow it, so I just enjoyed the view. 


Entwine Couture

We also had the pleasure of hearing from Valley Fontaine (BBC Journalist), Colleen Harris (business woman) and Helen Mitchell (BBC Journalist). They discussed the subject of hair in the workplace (more so the corporate world) and shared their different experiences. 

I’ve worn my hair straight for the past 15 years, so I've never thought about how my natural hair would affect my chances in a job interview or promotion. It was really interesting to hear everyone’s experiences and how they dealt with their hair whilst working in the corporate world. 

Fortunately now that i'm natural i don't tend to worry about my hair at work.  I do get the get the odd questions and comments but they're generally positive, so this just fuels me to being myself. So I just want to encourage you ladies to be happy and confident with your natural hair when going for a job interview or promotion, and don't forget to use your common sense. We all know that dying your hair bright pink before you go for a role as Barrister for example, probably won't get you that job. The focus should be on your skills and not your hair.

Valley Fontaine and me

Valley Fontaine and me

One of the highlights of the show was listening to the beautiful Ms Vaughan talk about her journey from the big chop to long shoulder length hair (in it’s curly state). She shared photos of each fierce stage of her journey...rocking a TWA (teeny weeny afro) with colour at the short stage, and at that time she had no online hair support (thank god for the support now). To looking fly with her frohawk at the medium stage and then feeling confident and content at shoulder length stage.

Prior to the show I felt that once I gained a considerably amount of length, I would be able to rock any style I wanted with confidence. But Ms Vaughan message reminded me that regardless of the stage that you’re at, you should always wear your hair with style, confidence and of course fierceness.

So don't forget ladies...BE FIERCE AT EVERY STAGE!