The countdown to #ClicksCurls Cape Town has begun! Naturalistas will be in for a treat at Spier Wine Estate on Saturday 16 September 2017 – an expo dedicated entirely to waves, curls and coils!

The tickets were selling for R95 and are unfortunately sold out. If you haven’t purchased your ticket, enter the competition below to stand a chance of winning a set of double tickets.

#ClicksCurls Cape Town will be hosted by the fabulous Amanda du-Pont and dynamic Siv Ngesi, featuring the best of local and international natural hair brands: Shea Moisture, Aunt Jackies, Cantu, Design Essentials, L’Oreal Elvive Curl Nourishment, Afro Botanics, Black Pearl by Pearl Thusi, Caivil, Dark & Lovely Au Natural, Garnier Ultimate Blends, Hask, Jane Carter, Maui Moisture, My Naturals, Not Your Mothers, Palmers, Sunny Isle, Tropic Isle Living and Twisted Sista.

Expect live hair demo’s, industry experts, music, comedy, food for sale and lots of curl conversations with your favorite naturalistas. Plus, there’ll be a guest appearance by Nomzamo Mbatha (L’Oreal Elvive Curl Nourishment) to give you inspiration and tips for rocking your crown.

If you were lucky to attend #ClicksCurls Johannesburg, you know better than not to miss out! #ClicksCurls Cape Town promises to be a girls day out to remember, with awesome goodie bags valued at over R1000 each and exciting giveaways – a curly girl’s dream come true.


 To stand a chance of winning a set of double tickets to the event, simply tell us which one of Clicks natural hair products is your favorite and why? Enter by comment below, on Facebook page or tweet @mane_chicks. Use the hastag #ClicksCurls.

PLEASE NOTE: To enter the competition, you need to be based in Cape Town. Competition closes on Tuesday 22 August 2017. Ts&Cs

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  • Kelly Uppington

    Hey guys! I’m absolutely in love with the Palmer’s Coconut oil leave in conditioner because it’s so nourishing for my damaged, dyed hair and leaves it feeling so soft and smelling good.

  • Thandolwethu Malerato Mothibi

    Firstly, I’d like to thank @clicks_sa for making all these products available, I used to buy my natural hair products online & pay expensive shipping fees, I’d watch international youtubers & envy them soo much. Now I pop in at my local store & there’s a wide range to choose from.I’ve been using Aunt Jackies products (curl custard, sulfate free shampoo, knot on my watch) since my transitioning days.i big chopped last year & my natural hair loves Cantu products. I rub my hairline with Tropic isle Jamaican Black Castor Oil every week & my hubby & 2year old son have been using my products on their natural hair as well. And lastly, thank you Mane Chicks for this competition (crossing fingers) #ClicksCurls #Naturalhair

  • Stephanie

    I’m a huge fan of the Cantu leave-in conditioner. Not only does it make my hair super soft, it also makes my fingers glide through my 4b/c kinks and coils after application! I love using this as part of my LOC method routine. And did I mention it makes my hair smell fressshhhh!
    I’m also a huge fan of the My Naturals Strengthening Oil – I use it when I do the LOC-method and just to touch up an old bantu knot-pout. It’s also great that I get to support a local brand!

  • Tracy-Lee

    I have two Palmers deep conditioning treatment is simply amazing and has done wonders for my transitioning hair. I love how my hair curls while I am treating it with this deep conditioner. Also the entire Cantu product range is so amazing it makes me want to cry with happiness lol. My favourite is the Shea butter curling cream by Cantu. I love my kroes hair but never thought I would be able to have curls like these, this curling cream gives me the most defined curls and shringake and frizz are minimal. I would reccomend these two Clicks purchases to all the naturalistas out there.

  • Patience Ngwenya

    Good afternoon Mane Chicks!

    My current holy grail is the Dark and Lovely Au Naturale Plaiting Pudding Cream and the Afro Moisturizing Butter!! These work wonders on my 4C hair, they moisturise and make it so soft that i can run a comb through.I used to say i have hardcore hair (hardto comb) but now i have changed my tune. I take them with me whenever i go to the saloon and the stylist applies them before doing a protective style. My life has become so easy with these products, not to mention the lovely scent and their affordability, I dont have to break the bank anymore 🙂 #ClicksCurls

    Thank you for the opportunity to win these tickets, it would be a dream come true!

  • Inge Petersen

    My Fav #ClicksCurl product is the Dark & Lovely Amla Legend replenishing deep treatment , it leaves my hair super soft and nourished and it fits into my budget perfectly !

  • Alupheli

    My fav clicks curl product is palmers conditioner. It has so much slip that detangling is so much easier with it. I also love the way it smells. 🙂

  • Kelly Uppington

    Another fav of mine is the Cantu Shea Butter Tea Tree & Jojoba Hair & Scalp Oil because the shea butter works wonders for making my curly fro feeling soft and the tea tree and jobjoba oil are amazing for making my scalp feel clean and fresh. #Clickscurls

  • Akhona Black-Diamond Mapundu

    My absolute favourite is the Cantu range, I just want to town every products of theirs on the shelves! Now I can manage my african hair better without any pressure to heat it up to flaunt it:’)

  • Lerato

    I have never really felt a difference in my hair after my wash days until i started using the Garnier Ultimate Blends The Strength Restorer balm. it leaves my hair feeling wonderfully soft and is definately a favourite in my natural hair toolbox!!