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Kaylah Oniwo covers the Latest Issue of MyHair Career Woman & Speaks on Hair as an Investment



2018 has been an extremely remarkable year. It started with a lot of “change” and high-expectations. Some met and others not met and some we will carry over to 2019 but there’s one important thing I want us all to leave 2018 with. Learning to accept ourselves with all our flaws, imperfections and beauty. Don’t take one and leave the other. Like an aeroplane, every tiny bolt and nut has an important role in making the plane fly. Every flaw (inside or outside us) was carefully crafted by God to uniquely make us who we are. Some flaws we can change and some we can not, no matter how many new year resolutions we make or how ambitious we may be. Begin by truly loving and accepting yourself then you will be more accepting of everyone else around you. We wish you and all our gorgeous clients an amazing 2019.

MyHair Limited is a luxury hair company specialized in the sale of exquisite real hair that is exceptionally durable and timeless. We are highly skilled in the art of professional, custom wig-making. MyHair Career Woman is a publication by MyHair Limited which celebrates women who are breaking barriers and excelling in their careers.

Kaylah Oniwo is so many things rolled up in one. She’s a media personality, a radio host, a fashion and beauty blogger, a food, lifestyle and travel enthusiast and most of all,  beautiful inside out. Her passion for her career and positive outlook on life makes her a totally amazing person and easy to work with.

We celebrate her in this edition and we look forward to reading your views or comments via [email protected]

Kudos to the team that made this edition possible:
Muse: @kaylahoniwo
Stylist: @favolugu
Photograph: @omidephotography
Makeup: @belle_bedazzled
Graphics: @emmajeff01
Editor and shoot conceptualization: Chinelo Ikeme, CEO @myhairltd.
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  1. Shine Begho

    December 25, 2018 at 10:26 am

    Beautiful!!!! Girl so proud of you

  2. Truth

    December 26, 2018 at 1:59 pm

    Hair as an investment. Nigerian women are so lost. Free your minds from mental slavery.

    • tiana

      December 26, 2018 at 7:26 pm

      totally lost –

      totally agree – its just ridiculous. people barely use their own hair nowadays – promote self love first – the eyelash – the hair – the whole look is just tacky on black women.

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