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Robyn Nakaambo launches Superlative Hair boutique

At a close-knit event, media, fitness and fashion personality Robyn Nakaambo opened doors to her long term dream and celebrates her MIPAD recognition.

Robyn Nakaambo officially launched her boutique, Superlative Hair in the heart of Windhoek. The event graced by prominent figures such as the Deputy minister of Industrialization, Trade and SME Lucia Iipumbu, her family and friends including award-winning artist Gazza. Iipumbu gave words of encouragement saying Nakaambo should work hard and be committed to her goal.

“Her professionalism is something to note. Her promptness and packaging are attractive. I want to encourage her clients to honor the commitments and pay on the agreed time. ” said Iipumbu.

The boutique is situated at shop no. 12 Gutenberg Plaza ground floor Werner List Street. Robyn explained as to why she opened a boutique as opposed to a salon saying the difference is in the experience her boutique will offer.

“With a boutique, you come in and get a display table with the different types of hair and their textures. Once you feel the texture you want l, the assistant will then give you the hair in the inches you want it in and that’s it. I want to give my clients he experiences being in a different phase. And that is what sets me apart. It’s simplicity meeting elegance,” she said.

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In her vote of thanks, Nakaambo thanked her friends and family singling each of them for their contribution in her life and the support they gave her during the foundation of making her dream a reality.

According to the TV presenter, the tireless nights she has had have finally paid off and she is excited to kick off her new journey. The event was also hosted to celebrate her recognition for her work in media and culture by MIPAD 100. Most Influential People of African Descent (MIPAD) global 100 list to recognize the positive contributions made by people of African descent, worldwide.

“Superlative hair is me and I’m blessed to have people like that around. I don’t dream Namibia anymore, I dream internationally and we are here to celebrate my accolade,” she said.

Superlative hair boutique has ponytails, mink lashes, and glue as well as synthetic wigs.

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