PH Naturals Stand Up!

Hello beautiful people!

I come to you today with good news for the sistahood in Port Harcourt!

You can now get your hair product fix at Fros and Cornrows Natural Hair Hangout!

Visit the Hangout at 45 Evo Road, GRA Phase 2, Port Harcourt.

A wide range of Natural hair Products and accessories awaits you:

1. Essential oils,

2. Base oils (Jamaican Black Castor Oil, Coconut, Olive, Avocado, Jojoba, Grapeseed)

3. Natural butters- shea butter, cocoa butter

4. Ayurvedic Oils and Clays

5. Natural hair brands including Cantu, Shea Moisture, Giovanni, Oyin Handmade, Eco Styler, As I Am, Aubrey Organics, Elasta QP and Kinky Curly!

6. More specifically, Wild Growth Hair Oil, Body Art Quality Henna, and the famous Luster S-Curl Activator!

7. Satin bonnets, Hair accessories, and Hair tools.

And get this, a salon is in the works!

Sounds like you guys have it made!! Keep your eyes on the Hangout, and go see if they don’t have what you need.

Don’t keep this to yourself, share this, spread the word to fellow PH Naturals and if you aren’t based in Port Harcourt, share with the PH people you know!

For more information about Where to Find natural hair friendly products and salons in Nigeria, do visit the Directory.
If you’re a Natural hair friendly business and you’re not on the list, just leave a comment or email & you’ll be putting yourself out there for the people that need you to find you!
If your favourite shop or salon isn’t on the list, let me know too. This is a collective effort, we are helping each other! ūüôā

If you’re in a city or town with no products, don’t fret. We’re planning a little something to help you out too. ūüėČ


October is Natural Hair Month!

Because The Kinky Apothecary says so!


Kicking off on October 11th in Lagos, The Kinky Apothecary, Nigeria’s first one-stop natural hair shop, presents Natural Hair Month; a series of events designed to celebrate the essence of African women in their natural beauty.

The Kinky Apothecary was established in May 2010, with the aim of fostering knowledge about natural hair care in Nigeria. In just a short time frame of 3 years, The Kinky Apothecary has helped thousands of Nigerian women embrace their natural selves. Their customer base also includes a growing number of relaxed ladies who are beginning to realize the benefit of following a natural hair regime.

Natural Hair Month kicks off on Saturday October 12th at The Wheatbaker, 12pm sharp, with a workshop by Felicia Leatherwood, Hollywood-based hair expert and stylist to Jill Scott, Viola Davis, Will Smith and a number of others.


The workshop will cover:

  • Maintenance tips for all hair types
  • Protective and other hair styles
  • Scalp issues
  • Styling and products advice & demos
  • Q & A session
  • Giveaways and goodie bags
  • …and one more surprise!

Tickets to the workshop are only available in advance, none shall be sold at the door. You can get yours from:

Sacred Creative Artistry, 2 Abiola Close, Shonibare Estate Maryland. +2348076767676 OR

L’Espace, 19A Olosa Street, off Karimu Kotun, Victoria Island. +2347028028960 OR

Online, on Afritickets here. 

Activities continue on Sunday October 13th, with a screening¬†of the much talked-about movie by revered filmmaker Regina¬†Kimbell titled ‚ÄúMy Nappy Roots‚ÄĚ. The Kinky Apothecary then¬†takes up residence at Whitespace for 2 weeks with an¬†exhibition on hair organised by artist Temitayo Ogunbiyi.

‚ÄúIn a country where everyone‚Äôs hair is naturally kinky,¬†I‚Äôve always found it interesting that there is such a¬†stigma against people who choose to wear theirs as it grows¬†out of their heads. Although it is not our intention to¬†make any sort of political statement, we wanted to create a¬†focus point where our natural hair could be celebrated, and¬†to take a step towards changing ideals of beauty.‚ÄĚ Says¬†Nibi Lawson, Founder, The Kinky Apothecary

Find The Kinky Apothecary on social media!

Facebook: The Kinky Apothecary; Twitter: @kinkyapothecary; Blog:

Whoop! I’m excited! Cheers to Natural Hair Month!! Everyone’s invited! You’ll be hearing more from me! ūüôā




P.S. Additional venue information:

The Wheatbaker, 4 Onitolo (Lawrence) Road, Ikoyi. 

Whitespace, 58 Raymond Njoku Street, Ikoyi. 01 736 8094