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6 Nov
THE hair is a woman's 'glory' and that is why she cares so much about how it appears. It is even said a woman’s hair reveals her kind of person. Gone are the days of hair shampoo, conditioner and constant retouching. Women, these days, have resorted to wigs for that look that they want. A…
30 Jul
The Chief Executive Officer, Eboss Hairs, Esther Ighoyowin, has revealed plans to own and manage an orphanage home to cater for homeless children.
21 Aug 2021
When it comes to wigs, most women know the golden rule: always keep it dry. Ideally, water would not damage your wig, whether synthetic or human hair; except when it contains chlorine
22 Oct 2018
85% of Nigerian women at one point in their lives wear a weave, wig or hair extension. A short survey carried out with an experimental sample of 40 women, shows 70% of them either had on a sew-in weave or a wig. With the huge sum, we spend on our weaves and wigs; it is…

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