Monday, 2 July 2018

African Naturalistas's Forever-Lasting gift to you, and more to come

Hello beautiful people. We are sorry that it seems like we abandoned all our readers, but that is far from the case. There's a Yoruba proverb that translates thus

"The Ram that takes some steps backwards, it means it is going to recharge to get more power."

This totally summarises the situation of things on this blog, and in African Naturalistas in general. A lot has been going out. We are in our product development and expansion phase, so it has really beein consuming. Also, a lot of things will be changing in all segments of African Naturalistas, including the blog. We are at that sensitive period of our existence when It is either we evolve or we die. And of course, there's no dying allowed where we are concerned. The honest truth is that everything we do at African Naturalistas is driven by the need to make people's hair journey easier. It is our forever-lasting gift to you

As I said, so many things have happened, and are still happening, and little by little, we will be informing you about these things.

This week, I will like to start with the below information




This Saturday, we will be hosting a webinar on “Chemical Composition of the Hair and how it affects your daily hair care routine.” I know it sounds all science-y, but trust me, it is fun webinar and you will be the main beneficiary of this webinar, in terms of knowledge gained, and how you will apply it. There'll also be a live Q&A session where we will be answering all your hair care questions

To join this webinar, you will need to register using the link below. The good news is that even if you are not around by 6pm WAT this Saturday, the webinar will be available for one week after we go live. You can always watch it later as long you register

Click here to register for the webinar

See you all on Saturday

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