Julia Wanja, a hair stylist, sorts women's hair extensions to be recycled, at the Dandora dumpsite amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Eastlands Nairobi, Kenya July 29, 2020. Stylist Julia Wanja picks her way delicately through piles of food waste, discarded masks, rubber gloves and other rubbish at Nairobi's Dandora dumpsite, looking for used hair extensions she can clean and resell to customers. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Julia Wanja, a hair stylist, sorts women's hair extensions to be recycled, at the Dandora dumpsite amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Eastlands Nairobi, Kenya July 29, 2020.The pandemic means fewer clients with less money and she is cutting down on costs by cleaning and reselling hair from the dumpsite. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Julia Wanja a hair stylist sorts women's hair extensions to be recycled, at the Dandora dumpsite amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Eastlands Nairobi, Kenya July 29, 2020. Wanja said she washes the used hair extensions carefully using detergent, Dettol and hot water. Most of her customers trust her to wash the hair well, she said, although a few like to clean it themselves as well. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Julia Wanja, a hair stylist, combs a recycled hair extension at her makeshift hair salon near the Dandora dumpsite, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Eastlands Nairobi, Kenya July 29, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Julia Wanja, a hair stylist, poses for a photograph before fixing a recycled hair extension on a client at her makeshift hair salon near the Dandora dumpsite, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Eastlands Nairobi, Kenya July 29, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

A mannequin is seen among recycled women's hair extensions at a makeshift hair salon near the Dandora dumpsite, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Eastlands Nairobi, Kenya July 29, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya