Transquisite Management Consulting presents “Afrique Beauty and Fashion Expo” hosted by AY Chicz Hair and Beauty

The Afrique Beauty and Fashion Expo hosted by Ay Chickz is an open floor exhibition to showcase the best in Make - Up products, Skin Care, Hair, and Fashion.

The aim of the bi-monthly event is to encourage up and coming bespoke designers, accessories & jewellers, hair distributors, and make up suppliers to have a regular platform to promote and sell/market their products/services to a larger audience.

The concept is to combine everyone under one roof allowing the various businesses to feed off each other; those who are into hair ointments and treatments for their hair would also be interested in buying human hair and those customers would be interested in make-up, from there would not be able to resist purchasing a new outfit and for those picking up clothes would want jewellery and accessories to match.

There will also me a make-up tutorial running all day where AY Chicz will educate the public on how to create different looks for the various occasions we attend, and how to use the products to accentuate our natural beauty.

AY Chicz CEO Ayo Ayoade Adegboyega is a highly qualified and on trend Freelance Hair and Make-up Artist who is very passionate and enthusiastic about making people look and feel good. With over 10 years’ experience, she has created her personal niche creating looks that are chic and versatile. She started her career working for London’s prestigious hairdressers Toni & Guy in Marylebone Central London before seeking pastures new and creating the brand known as AY Creative Chicz.

This event will be happening every 2 months with different business showcasing their products/services so if you don’t see anything that catches your fancy this time you will see definitely see it next time.

The next event is on the 8th October 2011 at

Docklands Sailing & Watersports Centre

235a Westferry Road,

Isle of Dogs,



E14 3QS

There will also be having a raffle on the day to raise money for the Sickle Cell Foundation and Charity representative Anna Kupoluyi will be giving a little talk, educating us on the trait that is common with a number of black people in our community, so please also come and show your support.

For more information on the event and also how you can take part as an exhibitor please contact Jennifer Nwanosike at

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