Hello my name is Bola Adepoju and I am the founder and CEO of WOB (Wardrobe of Beauty). Right from my early childhood, I have developed interest for beauty products. I was often fascinated by my mum’s collection of lipsticks and blushes, as well as mascaras. I would often sneak into her room to admire them and try them on at times.
As I grew up, I became more and more interested in beauty products. As a result, I began to explore the possibilities of taking on beauty care as a career path. However, my dad wasn’t so keen about the prospects and opportunities of the beauty industry and I eventually pursued a degree in Occupational Therapy (OT). I worked briefly as an Occupational Therapist with the NHS, although it was both a pleasant and rewarding experience. My love for the cosmetics and beauty care wouldn’t go away, so I decided to quit OT to pursue my dreams.
Since leaving OT, I have worked in the beauty industry more than 12 years specialising in semi-permanent make-up. Within the 12 years, I have gained level 2 and 3 in NVQ beauty therapy and level 4 diploma in semi-permanent make-up. I believe that, to be the best in what you do, one should always improve on their skills. In addition to this, I have travelled around Europe, gaining over 6 certificates. In classic lashes, Russian volume lashes and semi-permanent make-up, making sure I offer the best possible service.
Continuing knowledge and practice are key in perfecting your skills in the beauty industry. I have left no stone unturned, in acquiring the up to date knowledge needed in this industry. I truly believe everyone deserves to look their very best inside and out. My aim is to let every client experience beauty expertise through our services.