A young Nigerian lady has taken to social media to boast about how she made a bone straight hair with only N1,200.
The lady shared a video on her TikTok page showing the steps she followed in creating her DIY hair at low cost.
The young lady with username @aneesha946 revealed that she makes wigs in Ibadan, Oyo state.
She decided to share the secret with ladies who wish to use bone straight but cannot afford the expensive ones.
In the video, she highlighted the processes of making the wig using a mannequin’s head. Aneesha gave information on how she added closure to the hair and made it look like bone straight.
She also stated that she removed a part of the closure to ”ventilate” in order for it to look natural. When she was done she wore the wig to show the result of her work.
Sharing the clip, she wrote; ”It was worth my time🙃. Just 1200. Pls like and tell your opinion.”
Watch the video below:
Tiktok users took to her comment section to pose some questions.
@candysmile said: How do you ventilate?
@abbey commented: Its nice just that you won’t enjoy it
@tobaechi also wrote: Make sun no near am if not it will tangle.
In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Nzei Ekenechukwu, has been hailed for demonstrating rare innovative talent.
The native of Delta state builds scale model sports cars and power bikes using mostly aluminum parts.
His amazing talent was spotlighted by a Twitter user known Usman Haruna, who revealed that Ekene asked relevant authorities and Nigerians to support him to be a large scale innovator.
The young man has been making prototype cars, bikes and other gadgets with his hand from his primary school days. Asides from motorbikes and cars, he also builds bicycles.
Haruna shared photos of some of Ekenechukwu’s finished designs and they are very beautiful to behold.
He wrote; ”Meet 24 year old from Delta State who builds scale model full aluminium body cars and bikes, which are all handmade. In an exclusive conversation with me, Ekenechukwu told me he had been building stuff since his primary school days.
He says, “I had a passion for creating when I was in primary school. Since then I’ve been making different types of cars not just cars but many things. “I can move from creating only a scale model to building a big version that can be used by Nigerians, and the whole world if I have the right support and material that I need.”
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