"Good hair is healthy hair!
I’m not anti-weave/hair extensions, but I am strongly against the perceptions of good vs. bad afro hair...
...We should be moving away from outdated western perceptions of beauty and know that there is beauty to be seen in all of the above."
We need to get better at telling our story.
Blogging is one way of doing that.”
“I would rather not talk about myself as a person, and let the music speak for itself”
"African fashion and design is not a fly by trend. I have been on this street for over 10 years and have always represented African designers, and designers that use
Africa as a point of reference for their designs. We are here to stay." Samson Soboye, Soboye Boutique
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My name is Louisa, I’m a Ugandan currently living in Britain and the founder and Editor of the fashion, culture and lifestyle blog Afroblush.
I am a writer, researcher and consultant for businesses and brands growing within Africa’s sub-Saharan countries, and in 2010 started Afroblush which houses a vibrant mix of contemporary culture between the African and European-diaspora.
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