Betty Kyallo and the businesses she owns

Former news anchor Betty Kyallo is among the most successful media personalities on and even off screen.

Since hanging her boots in the media space, Betty has been on the move creating venues to make that extra coin.

So far Betty runs a number of businesses that have been making her millions – inspiring and at the same time challenging those who look up to her.

Betty Mutei Kyallo is an entrepreneur and an award-winning media personality in Kenya who has worked with, Standard Group owned station KTN and Mediamax owned TV station K24.


Betty Kyallo is the CEO and Founder of  Flair By Betty, After Shave and BK Closet a cloth line she launched in 2021.

In 2018, Betty’s Flair by Betty won the Best Luxurious Beauty Parlour award, at Pwani Fashion Week Awards.

Betty Kyallo

Flair by Betty

Betty Kyallo’s salon ‘Flair by Betty’ opened to the public on Saturday 14th April 2018 at the FCB Mihrab building on Lenana Road.

She later announced that she was moving her business venture to a more spacious and luxurious location.

In June 2020, Flair By Betty moved to Rose Avenue and its launch was graced by mama Ida Odinga. 

The high-end salon offers the best salon experience in the country and has the  who is who in Kenya as part of its clients.

After Shave by Flair

The high-end Barber shop located in Upper hill area was officially launched in January 2021.

Ms Kyallo documented all the happenings at the launch, with exquisite photos that were later shared on social media.

The “After Shave by Flair” official opening was graced by her family members, close friends and a few of her business partners.

Betty Kyallo

BK Closet

Betty Kyallo announced the officially launch of her clothing line in March 2021.

“Finally! BK Closet Is HERE!!! 🎉🎉🎉 It’s been an amazing journey having different stores dress me for years and I appreciate each of them. ❤️❤️ Finally it’s time for me to dress the Beautiful Kenyan Women who are working hard to be the best they can be. Look Fierce, Make the World Your Playground! Re-introducing,” she wrote.

BK Closet is part of Betty’s entrepreneurial empire in the beauty and clothing sector.

Magic Business Centre

In February 2022, Betty presided over the official launch of Magic Business Center, along the Nairobi's busy Ronald Ngala Street.

Ms Kyallo, who is a co-director at the commercial rental space, narrated that she had managed to rent out the premises within the span of one year.

“It’s a very big day for me and my co-director Rosemary here at Magic Business Center. We started last year, and as you can see these are eleven floors, five floors on one end and six floors on the other end. Two wings of young people doing business and empowering themselves.

“It is the most challenging business venture I have ever gotten into but right now when I look at all the young people doing business here, feeding their families, empowered, I just feel humbled and grateful. This is a commercial rental space and I’m used to doing all things related to beauty but I decided to change and try something different,” Betty Kyallo said.

During the launch, the Flair by Betty CEO revealed that she ventured into the business world as a student at the university and that she started by selling earrings.

The Summer House

In 2022, Betty ventured into the Hospitality industry with the launch of her restaurant dubbed The Summer House.

Betty Beauty

Speaking to Dennis Milimo in June 2022, Betty revealed that plans are underway to introduce her own makeup line in the Kenyan market and fans should be ready for the new venture.

“There are these big brands, but I want to show the young girls that you can have it all. Even with Kyallo Kulture and the businesses I do and even what she (Mercy) does, we want to show girls that you can have it all. Hii maneno ya sijui sponsor, sijui ati wakona mabuda, that’s nonsense. We can teach our girls to go for it because they actually can do it," Betty explained

"With my makeup line, it’s going to be very affordable for young women... I want women to be confident and I want to be part of that process. It’s part of the culture in Kyallo Kulture," Betty stated..

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