Good hair luxury mall opens in Lekki

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The Good Hair Space officially opened its doors to the public on December 31, in Lekki Phase 1.The one-of-its-kind mall, introduced the Premium Good Hair Salon, Nail Bar, VIP Salon Lounge, Make Up Studio by DBD Studios, Lash Spa by Beauty Bottega, a champagne bar and newly introduced men’s grooming center called “Next” by Good Hair.
This premiere beauty hub is owned and operated by Kika Osunde and Chioma Ikokwu the owners of Good Hair. From the inception of the company, it has always been a dream of the girls to build a hub where they could provide their clients with supreme and quality service.
The Good Hair Space takes great pride in haircuts, hair colouring, natural hair grooming, wigs, weaves, make up services and more in a courteous and luxurious environment for the discerning Nigerian woman and man.

“Having studied the Nigerian hair market and its peculiar needs, we are certain that the Good Hair Space will offer clients 5-star luxury treatments. Our aim is to welcome you to our own secret garden where your hidden beauty and treasure is harnessed,” say Kika and Chioma, Founders of Good Hair Limited.
The launch date of the luxury mall located at Olubunmi Owa Street, saw a lot of socialites, influencers and customers of the Good Hair Brand who seemed overly impressed with the new concept. Guests were treated to champagne by GH Mumm, nibbles and a private tour of the facilities. Some guests were also treated to complimentary services.
Kika Osunde and Barrister Chioma Ikokwu, due to high demand for good and luxurious quality hair, established Good Hair Limited in 2009 in England. The company opened its first retail store in Nigeria in 2014 and has a thriving online boutique.
Follow Good Hair on Facebook.com/goodhairltd and Instagram.com/goodhairltd

Source: Gurdian Woman

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