The products are super soft; and in the package she gives tips on how to take care of a child’s hair.
This hairline is part of a mother company called Santes Hair which caters to adult hair needs. The mother company is owned by Sante’s auntie, Xonia Antwiwaa Sonoh-Adjei, with whom they share the same middle name (Antwiwaa).
Also, the Santes Hair for Kids is one of series of products that are being launched by UNICEF Ambassador Okyeame Kwame and his family.
Recently, they launched OK Impressions, a pyjamas line made of African fabric. These are part of initiatives by the OK Family to project arts and tourism from all angles.
In the fashion world, Okyeame Kwame and his family have earned a high place as people adore their sense of fashion.
Sante, just like her brother Sir Bota, has great interest in music and arts.
After releasing ‘Saucing’ last year, they have released ‘Read,’ a music project to encourage people to cultivate the habit of reading.
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