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Meet Mzansi makeup artist that charges a staggering R25k

Mihlali Ndamase also known as Mihlali N is a Brand Strategist, Certified Makeup Artist, and Co-Founder of Siyasizana Foundation. Mihlali’s content focuses on all things beauty, lifestyle, and travel, her most interactive platforms are YouTube and Instagram.

During her blogging journey, she has made several publications such as gracing the first selfie cover on Cosmopolitan Magazine, the cover of Hello Joburg Magazine, and the beauty issue of Ayana Magazine. Mihlali has also been bagging some campaign deals during her career but here are some of her top partnerships: Ambassador and Face of the Johnsons & Johnsons Fresh Hydration range, First South African Face of Daniel Wellington, and Biggest Beauty YouTuber in South Africa, currently sitting on over 310 000 subscribers. For the first time, Mihlali Ndamase hosted a television show alongside the legendary Somizi Mhlongo when she hosted the Buyel’Ekhaya Music festival. Mihlali's price tag for makeup left fans astonished. She charges from R25 000 for Makeup. Reacting to the information about the price Tweeps share their thoughts.

Mihlali Ndamase raised eyebrows on the social streets after she revealed the businesses her grandmother is involved in. During her interview with Cassper Nyovest on SABC1's The Braai, Show Mihlali revealed that her grandmother owned shares at KFC, which had tongues wagging on social media. Her fans understood a bit better where the influencer gets her entrepreneurial spirit from. “She has various stores in KwaBhaca that she rents out. She has a store that sells building supplies. She also has shares at the KFC that side,” she said.

Mihlali has had ambitions of working in the corporate arena but changed her mind as soon as her influencer career took off and, since gaining stardom, she has been working on establishing herself as a businesswoman.

Mihlali Ndamase has spoken up about the demands of being a content creator and the need for a support group. Mihlali took to Twitter on Tuesday saying she believed it was important for content creators to have a “safe space” to keep their mental health intact.

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