This beautiful and creative lady I present to you is a Human Resource Management graduate and the second child of a close-knit family which hails from Kogi State, Nigeria. Ruth Otori has a burning passion for beauty and fashion and focuses on beauty for the meantime, that is, basically make-up artistry, hair/wig making and braiding, as well as gele tying. Surprisingly, she has not received any professional training except for the few YouTube videos she has watched. She’s mostly self-taught.
I always tell parents to be good role models by living exemplary lives and setting the right career paths for their children. In Ruth’s case, her inspiration came from her mum who used to own a beauty salon. She was obsessed with the different creative hairstyles one’s hair can be made into and at that point, she knew it was her calling.
Ruth has a goal of founding a beauty parlor, which would specialize in make-up artistry and hair making. She intends expanding her present wig making business, to influence national and international markets positively. Her desire is to create a franchise out of her make-up business, a resemblance of House of Tara and also own a Beauty Parlor in all key states across the federation, as well as further her beauty line. The ‘big’ picture she sees is creating a trusted household make-up brand for the ‘African’ woman.
I was particularly struck by this young vibrant lady’s zeal and hardworking spirit and of course, her transformational ability. She is excellent at what she does and has mastered the art up to her finger tips. What are you good at? What problem are you solving really?
Yes, I celebrate and encourage TALENTS. Connect with her on social media, request for her affordable services and refer others to do same. In doing so, you’ll get maximum satisfaction and value for your money:
@onyee_otori on Instagram
Ruth Otori on Facebook
Look how she transformed my gele in 10 minutes:
I love and celebrate you girl. Keep it up! You are taking over!