- Mihlali Ndamase has made Forbes Africa 30 under 30 list and she took to social media to share her incredible achievement along with the cover of Forbes Africa
- Mihlali feels overwhelmed with gratitude and made it known that she gives all the glory to God to this win, without him, this would never be possible
- Fellow Mzansi celebrities flocked to the comment section to let Mihlali know what an incredible achievement this is and how proud they are
Mihlali Ndamase has made Forbes Africa 30 under 30 list and she is beaming with pride. This is an achievement that not many can even dream of.
Taking to social media with the cover of Forbes Africa, Mihlali expressed how this is all God’s doing and how she cannot believe it is actually real.
“This is evidence of God’s faithfulness in my life. Thank you @forbesafrica what an honour, I am so humbled to be recognised by such a prestigious platform. To my loves, my supporters... we did it, we are officially part of the FORBES family! ”
Fellow celebs took to the comment section to congratulate Mihlali on this amazing accolade and to let her know that she is a true inspiration.
@Lasizwe: “Ladies and Gentlemen HER!!!”
@jessicankosi: “Super super PROUD OF YOU!!! Welldone my love This is massive!!!”
@thembiseete_: “Congratulations Beautiful Queen ❤️”
@Nadiajaftha: “This is everything! congrats!❤️”
Mihlali Ndamase is one of South Africa's celebrities who became popular because of her makeup tutorials on YouTube. She has a passion for skincare products, make-up, as well as beauty, and this granted her the opportunity to work with major brands like MAC Cosmetics, Urban Decay, Benefit Cosmetics, Samsung, NYX Professional makeup, and Aldo. As a professional make up artist, Ndamase is presently under MAC training.
Briefly News previously reported that opening her Instagram account and starting her YouTube channel, Mihlali Ndamase did not have the intention of becoming an influencer. Things just happened so quickly, which in turn gave others the impression that it is super easy to do.
Mihlali has come out to set the record straight. The assumption people have that it just takes a photo here and there are living in a dream world.
Mihlali said that people are only looking at the end product and not taking into consideration what happens behind the scenes. She explained that a lot of work goes into it and you need to put in money to get money back. You have to work consistently and most importantly, be authentic, she said.
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