Throughout the festival, Kanekalon remained committed to its mission of empowering young creative minds, especially women, in their pursuit of excellence.

The event received immense support from the brand’s partners, including Outré Africa, Darling Ghana, and Mirron, whose dedication contributed to the festival’s resounding success.

At every school stop, partners of the brand commendably gifted all attendees of the events with hair products and other souvenirs.

Laura Mills and Kwaku Asamoah, the Marketing executives of Kanekalon on this project, expressed their pride in witnessing the extraordinary talent displayed by the students.

She commended the participating schools and the dedicated efforts of the Women’s Commissioners in organising the event.

They both expressed their anticipation with excitement for the next edition next year as they reiterated one of the campaign’s core messages “Hairstyling is for all” with the assurance of continued support and commitment to nurturing dreams and empowering the hairstylists of tomorrow, forever celebrating the beauty and diversity of hair artistry with their hair fibres.