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Q: Afro Hairdressers in Yuexiu, Guangzhou

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I'm moving to Guangzhou from UK beginning of March and the only thing I am worried about is my hair!!!

PLs someone recommend a good afro hairdressers who can relax and/or weave and any experience of these you can tell me would be great.

I really am in 2 minds on what to do with my hair before I go- whether I should leave my hair out hoping to find a hairdressers who can treat it, or weave it/ braid it up so that I can get it done again when I return for a short holiday back to the Uk in 3 months time.

Also can I buy black hair products out there. I've already bought about 3 months supply of absolutely everything i need just incase i find nought out there. But of course would be better to know I can purchase these out there so that I have more space in my suitcase!

I'll be working in Yuexiu district of Guangzhou.

Also how much is a bottle of shower gel and feminie hygiene products out there. Considering I can buy it here for £1 each, I've decided to stock up on these too Smile

Thanks all.

8 years 14 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Guangzhou

 
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There wouldn't be any afro hairdressers in china. They are required to take a test and study, but they don't do that type of stuff since it wouldn't be their target. If anything you may have to find someone who can do that, but you won't be able to get it done in any salons. 

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