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5 Beauty Brands Owned By Ghanaian Celebrities

5 Beauty Brands Owned By Ghanaian Celebrities

 Beauty Brands Owned By Ghanaian Celebrities

Beauty cuts across shape, size, gender, people and even things. Anything can be modified or manipulated to look lovely, pretty, attractive, and exquisite as there are so many synonyms to this word.

It is in this regard that we decided to look at some of our celebrities who are enthused about aesthetics and have therefore decided to come up with beauty brands which are doing pretty well in Ghana and for some, outside Ghana.

To kick start, actress Fella Makafui recently launched Beauty by Fella Makafui which is expected to join the list of beauty products and accessories . She has successfully started with reusable eyelash line. We look forward to the other beauty products she and her team will come up with.

The SHE-Y beauty brand by Menaye Donkor is a skin care product infused with shea butter and other exclusive ingredients from laboratories in Italy. Her decision on the use of shea butter was to preserve the importance of tradition and also serve as a means of supporting Ghanaian women who deal in the collection and processing of shea butter.

Award-winning actress and singer, Juliet Ibrahim is definitely on our list of Ghanaian celebrities with beauty brands because of her thriving eyelash and lipstick line called MODA Cosmetics. She also runs a fashion house at Osu called House of Glamour.

Hamamat Montia has a well-branded website with a wide range of products for sale. The website is a sight to behold. Aside her shea butter and body scrubs which pulled us to her website, she has other beauty accessories which are very native. You may want to check them out.

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The 4real Beauty product comprises of eyelashes, nails and lipsticks and is owned by famous Ghanaian business woman cum entrepreneur and socialite, Hajia4real. Her beauty brand was launched in July last year.

Our Ghanaian celebrities have started a great course by incorporating materials identified with Ghana and Africa, this is very commendable. It would be great if everyone follows suit.

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