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Do you Have what it Takes to be “Miss Kanekalon 2016”? Here’s How you Can Register!




The search for Miss Kanekalon 2016 is on and it’s sure to be even more exciting, as it has expanded entry applications to include single African woman residing in Nigeria or Ghana between the ages of 18- 25.

Each applicant must team up with her own hairstylist to apply through

Over the years, the definition of beauty has been forced to fit into a box. But over the past year, thanks to Miss Kanekalon, the term ‘African beauty’ has been broadened to include confidence and pursuit of dreams.

In 2015, Esther Chiamaka Chukwujekwu was crowned the first ever Miss Kanekalon, with Abisola Salawu and Elma Mbadiwe in first and second runner-up positions, respectively. The Miss Kanekelon pageant boldly celebrated true African beauty, with a line-up of single Nigerian ladies with good character and poise, redefining the essence of beauty.

The Miss Kanekalon pageant celebrates the outstanding beauty of the young African woman and is about to support another African beauty’s dream – just like its reigning Queen who won a brand new Toyota Yaris 2015 and went home with a whopping N2million! The Miss Kanekalon platform has given Esther great exposure and a strong voice in the beauty industry. She has also mentored children to aim higher, with her contributions to the “I help one charity organization”.

This year, a brand new car, N2million and a dazzling crown are up for grabs.

So, if you love braids and think you’ve got what it takes to be next Miss Kanekalon, register now at You should also like the page: kanekalonafricapage, for more updates and opportunities to win lots of freebies!


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  1. Prince

    August 12, 2016 at 4:36 pm

    What is it with all this miss this, miss that. na who miss don epp. nonsense.

    • Bose

      August 16, 2016 at 10:46 am

      I actually follow them and the current MIss Kanekalon has actually being going to various organizations to help out. I even follow them on FB and they usually give out free prizes weekly.

  2. Yekini Aishat

    August 30, 2016 at 9:13 am

    Good day… My name is Yekini Aishat and am a Muslim and I saw that I need to register with my hair stylist and I need to cover my hair as my religion says. ..what should I do

  3. atani

    October 13, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    how much??

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