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Africa’s beauty and fashion industries are speedily gaining the global recognition they deserve. Several factors are responsible for this international relevance, with one being high-profile individuals, such as Michelle Obama and Beyonce Knowles, wearing designs made by African designers to epoch events or showcasing them in music videos and other[Read More…]
Africa’s beauty industry has come a long way, according to market research the industry is worth billions of dollars with South Africa alone accounting for $4.5 billion. Nigeria and Kenya rank second and third among sub-Saharan nations.
Africans have long been very fashionable people. This truism can be traced back to pre-colonial periods – the use of embroidery to beautify colorful clothes, the intricate patterns of women’s braids, and even the use of assorted chalks for makeup purposes.