It is without a doubt that the hair and beauty industry in Kenya has grown tremendously.
Every slay queen can be seen buying these products.
The demand for more professional services is higher now than ever before.
Hence, a number of our female celebs have ventured into the hair industry, be it hair care products or new hair brands. Even beauty parlours.
Some of the celebs who’ve ventured in the above include;
Gospel artiste Amani is the face of Diva Luxury Hair, which is a crotchet braid hair brand with quality hair extensions to the Kenya market.
She personally uses the brand products and her social media is awash with cute photos of her rocking the crotchet braids. She is known for her full and voluminous hairstyles.
2. Sheila Mwanyigha
She is the managing-director of Rembesha Kenya Limited, which is a directory and magazine for hair, product and service providers.
The magazine is published monthly and free copies are available in salons and beauty shops.
It connects suppliers and services providers, with clients and customers seeking quality hair and beauty services and products.
Through print, website and social media, Rembesha, has targeted audience reach of more than 150,000 women in Kenya.
3. Michelle Ntalami
She is the founder and CEO of Marini Naturals, a Kenyan organic hair-care line designed to celebrate women’s natural kinks and curls.
It’s Kenya’s first haircare product line designed for women of natural and afro-textured hair, made by the African woman, for the African woman.
In the Beauty industry, we have quite a number of notable celebs.
Tv personality Betty Kyalo who owns the ‘Posh Palace Hair Studio&Spa’.
Gospel musician Wahu owns ‘Afro Siri ‘ and last but not least, socialite Vera Sidika recently just opened the ‘Vera Sidika Beauty Parlour ‘.