- A Nigerian lady is the co-founder of Tress, an app that helps women style their hair
- The pretty lady has a background in Computing and Systems development
A Nigerian lady identified as Esther Olatunde is the co-founder of Tress, an app that instructs women on how to style their hair. The young woman has a background in Computing and Systems development.
NAIJ.com gathered that her role is to monitor the backend and all the work that goes on technically behind the scenes as the engineering lead and chief technical officer of the Tress App.
The app helps black women all over the world as the social community mobile app provides them with information on hairstyles.
Tress was launched on Play Store and was used widely by Ghanaians. However, the app became open to everyone and has been downloaded in the US, Nigeria, Kenya and other places across the globe.
A close interaction with fashionistas, bloggers and other people in the beauty sector is the app’s way of reaching out to the public.
Watch the NAIJ.com video below to see what this female mechanic is up to in Abuja: