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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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Meeting the gorgeous, confident and out-spoken @k8henshaw was absolutely amazing!! I certainly hope to learn more from you in future & I can't wait to see you again!
“Thanks a lot @houseofmerola for the gift basket... I cannot wait to start using your hair products and they all smell like heaven btw. Thank you @adannaenwezorfor organizing such a beautiful event.#africanhairsummit2016 was the place to be... If you weren't there, start planning for next year
‘My 5 month natural hair journey started with the motivation I got from African Hair Summit 2016. It enlightened me and brought my attention to key things about my hair especially the danger involved in using chemicals on it. Before now my hair had never been this dark…. I thought dark hair was for special people but now I realize that my hair has a natural dark colour and I am special too’ We are proud of Wunmi and happy that the summit made an impact. Will you be the next to embrace your natural hair
Adanna is very passionate about Women and youth empowerment. As the Coordinator of the African Hair Summit, she fuses creativity with strategy to birth excellence in her work. She is also the MD of Photizo Life Foundation.
Lotanna is involved in several projects that aim to enhance the livelihood of women and children. She is a trained professional in E-business and Innovation.