Kshs 200,000 wig anyone? Lily Hairline store in Nairobi has got you weaved.

Clients of Lily Hairline are all smiles at the launch, standing next to Lily Hairline CEO Maureen Koech-Foley (in red jumpsuit).

It was pomp, color, lots of hair and glamour as Lily Hairline, a quality wigs and raw human hair extensions provider opened its flagship retail showroom in Lavington. Christened, ‘Lily Hair Lounge’, the outlet seeks to build a luxury lifestyle brand dedicated to making women look and feel great.

Inside Lily Hairline store, Nairobi.

Besides popping lots of champagne and other pleasantries, guests were treated to a mini hair show showing the different quality wigs and extensions with prices ranging from Kshs 30,000 to Ksh 200,000.

Cathy Chege (left) and Lily Hairline CEO Maureen Koech-Foley.
Inside the Lily Hairline store.
(From l-r) Lily Hairline CEO Maureen Koech-Foley, Stacy Kohli, Arjun Kohli and Yvonne Tirop.
Some of the accessories on the wall at the store.
(From l-r) Maybelle Mbaka, Farah Esmail, Lavie Schmidt, Lily Hairline CEO Maureen Koech-Foley , Kui Kamau, Diana Chebet and Njeri Lingred.

Speaking during the launch, Lily Hairline CEO Maureen Koech-Foley noted that the demand by clients to look good has continued to push service providers to give value to their customers through investing in world class and quality hair products.

Wigs on display at Lily Hairline store.
(from l-r) Catherine Kariuki, Lily Hairline CEO Maureen Koech-Foley and Wambui Kamiru- Collymore.
The Inside of Lily Hairline store.
(From l-r) Capital Lifestyle Editor VinieO and Lily Hairline CEO Maureen Koech-Foley.
The books on display at Lily Hairline store.
(From l-r) Lily Hairline CEO Maureen Koech-Foley, Annie Sumbeiywo, Robert Koitaba and Yvonne Tirop.

They say hair is a woman’s crowning glory and she should not be afraid to spend a fortune on it. Africa’s dry hair market (the market for weaves, wigs, and extensions) is currently estimated to be worth $6 billion a year and booming. The market is so big that global giants are investing heavily in African hair care products. Kenyan women are estimated to use about 20 percent of their income on hair, up from 15 percent in 2016, according to a report by AfroUrembo Beauty Trends Report 2018.

(From l-r) Clemet Kiragu, Sarah Nyaga, Lily Hairline CEO Maureen Koech-Foley, Jane K and Natasha Johnson.
The staff of Lily Hairline store.

You are only as good as your last hair style. Wear it with pride.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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