Entrepreneurship is the go to venture for many youth. Ladies venturing in it have set an incredibly great example in the business environment.
They have inspired young girls with ambitions and have also become a driving force to others who want to be entrepreneurs.
On this article, the focus will majorly be on Kenyan lady entrepreneurs in the make up industry and what they have to offer Kenya and beyond our borders.
Without a doubt, the rate of make-up uptake in the Kenyan market is on a high. The ladies have created strong and dependable brands that makes them stand out.
1. Suzie Beauty
Suzie Wokabi is the founder and owner of the first Kenyan line of cosmetics, Suzie Beauty.
It is an award wining beauty brand that was formed in 2012 with the aim of embracing African women.
Ever since, it’s been growing across borders and introducing different products including foundation, lipsticks, loose powder, lip-gloss and her latest a range of skin care products.
2. Pauline Cosmetics.
3. Huddah Cosmetics
4. Adelle Onyango’s ‘Anyango Matte Lipstick’
5. Lintons Beauty World
Owned and founded by Dr. Joyce Gikunda, Lintons is an East Africa make up distributor/ retailer company that stocks different make up products by different companies.
Some of the top notch international brands include; Clinique, Mac, Lancôme, Estée Lauder, Clarins, Nimue (cosmeceutical range), Elizabeth Arden, Black Up, Black Opal, Barans from Turkey among others.
Dr. Joyce is currently a finalist in this year’s All Africa Business Leadership Awards #AABLA2018.
She’s up for Businesswoman of the Year and Entrepreneur of the year 2018!! Help us congratulate her and wish her the very best!