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Lush Hair holds symposium to celebrate southwest hairstylists

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Indigenous hair brand, Lush Hair has empowered entrepreneurs with million-naira seed funding for skills development

According to the organisation, the initiative was part of its empowerment lined-up for stylists, in addition to the brand Hair Academy and the Pink Belle initiatives.

Speaking, Damilola Agboola Lush Hair Assistant Brand Manager, said the hang-out initiative, now in its second edition, is aimed at empowering practitioners.

She said, “Our plan is not to take your money but to impact customers and hairstylists through initiatives that will be of benefit to all parties. With our lightweight quality, various colours and designs are created to suit the female hair need at every point in time.”

Agboola who took her time to display the brand’s old and new offerings to the audience asserted that the brand remained committed to making fashion life easy for women across all works of life.

The programme afforded stylists in their numbers to meet with industry veterans and tap from their wealth of experience through a series of activities that culminated in a panel session

The panellists including Lush official hairstylist, Oguniyi Tobiloba; Oyo state Chairperson of the Association of Hairdressers, Oladapo Juliana and the company’s team, amongst others, were around to cheer up the stylists who were engaged in a series of activities such as debate exercise, model runway, game session and hairstyling contest.

Winners of the contest were awarded N50,000, N30,000 and N20,000 naira respectively.

recently brought hair stylists in Ibadan together for a special hang-out with the brand.

The hang-out session took place in Mauve 21 Hotels and was spiced up by entertainment stars, Aisha Lawal and Ayo Ajewole, better known as Wòlíì Agba.