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31 Jul
A woman of many parts, Ifu Ennada is a multiple awards winner, businesswoman, content creator, producer, actor, and reality TV star. In 2018, she founded beautiful Ennada, a beauty brand that currently focuses on skincare, hair care and caters to black women
22 Nov 2020
Chika Ikenga is the Group Managing Director of Recare, manufacturers of Natures Gentle Touch, the leading personal style brand in Nigeria; and Hairsavvy, competing successfully in South Africa’s natural haircare market. The chemist, who by infusing plant-based chemistry with natural elements from organically rich African environment, created a unique set of solutions for African women’s…
hair brushing
3 Aug 2019
Most of us don’t pay attention to the way we brush our hair because it is a boring necessity. In truth, brushing your hair is not only an important step in keeping tangles away and making sure your hairdo looks fly, it also stimulates your scalp and increases blood flow to the area, which can…

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The Embassy of Ireland, has called for the creation of more spaces for Nigerian women and girls to thrive in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
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