About Us

African Hair Summit is a brand initiative of Photizo Life Foundation,  an organization committed to ensuring the mental and social well-being of members of the society.  The Summit is a sensitization platform to educate society on the dangers of harmful hair products, encourage home-grown healthy hair products and promote the African hair heritage.

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different types of combs for and thier uses

Different Combs for Natural Hair and their Uses

The African natural hair gets tangled up easily due to its kinky nature. The curls are tightly bound together hence they tend to curl up on themselves to create knots which if not carefully untangled could lead to hair breakage and damage. Our hair gets tangled when it is not kept in a stretched out state. […]

Hair Styles For Different Careers

Hair they say is the beauty and the crowning glory of a woman. All over the world people pamper and take care of their hair, most especially the female folks. They nurture it, protect it, and feed it with nutritious hair care products and organic ingredients to ensure it grows and shines. Hair should always […]

Setting Up A Hair Saloon

If your dream is to setup a hair salon and become a hairpreneur this New Year, then it’s important that you realize that you need more than just the dream. I’m sure you’d want to start a great, not just a good salon, right? Well, keep reading, because we’ve got you covered with a list […]

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African Hair Summit Launches its Community Sensitization and Business Empowerment program

The African Hair would continue to be a magnificent relic freely given. Its dynamic importance cannot be overemphasized, giving rise to our platform “African Hair Summit” acting as an empowerment and sensitization agent in the society through the use of life-changing themes. As a means of celebrating the World Afro Day which took place on […]

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Natural Hair

Natural Hair

With Nigerians becoming more conscious about their health and the need to consume organic products instead of the processed options, it is no surprise that the natural hair trend is one that has come to stay.

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Back to Our Roots

Back to Our Roots

About a year ago, Okun decided to “go natural” after several years of chemically straightening her hair. “My hair was breaking with relaxers and it didn’t have strength again,” she said.

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Kate Says So

Kate Says So

Nollywood star, Kate Henshaw, has vowed to join forces with Adanna Ewezor, frontline promoter of natural hair, to ensure that Nigerian women embrace ongoing campaign for return of the lost beauty and dignity of the African woman.

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Aljazeera

Aljazeera

A recent study has revealed some of the chemicals used in hair products for black women may increase the likelihood of cancer and other serious illnesses. The findings are inspiring a natural hair 'movement' in Nigeria.

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Our TEAM

Adanna Ifeoma Enwezor

Adanna Ifeoma Enwezor

CONVENER/PROJECT COORDINATOR 

Mr Ose E. Imoukhede

Mr Ose E. Imoukhede

Director International Programs and Finance

Rakiya Omaki

Rakiya Omaki

Director Administration and logistics

Mr Abiodun Ogunwale

Mr Abiodun Ogunwale

Director Business Development and Planning

Lotanna Egwuatu

Lotanna Egwuatu

Marketing Manager