Betty Mutei Kyallo is a Kenyan celebrity, media personality and a mother of one. She is one of the brightest women in Kenya since she not only focuses on her career for a living but business too.
She owns a high end beauty parlour called Flair by Betty. The place offers services such as hair care, facial treatments, body treatments, braiding and weaving waxing and nail bar.
According to Betty, her workers are highly skilled to give services that are worth her client's money. The amount of money she charges shows that her beauty parlour is reserved for rich people.
She posted a video on Instagram to encourage people to go to her salon for sister locks but the amount of money required got people talking.
She captioned the video, "So beautiful, get your sister locks done @flairbybetty for a discounted price of Ksh 20,000."
Most of her fans thought that the amount is too big considering that it is just an ordinary hairstyle. One of them identified as emmanyaribo commented, "20000/= kusukwa matuta ndogo you say? Anyway, this post is not for me."
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