Meet SA's 4-year-old businesswoman with her own beauty range

Meet SA's 4-year-old businesswoman with her own beauty range

Khumo Mahlangu is the little woman behind the Tiny Huggs children's beauty range. The entrepreneur started a website that was only for videos of her adorable self, but soon grew into something much bigger. Khumo already has a successful business and she's only 4 years old!

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Tiny Huggs offers beauty products like body sprays, bath salts, and balms to children who want to smell good. The range also includes face creams that treat eczema.

The brains behind the children's beauty range is 4-year-old Khumo Mahlangu, so its playful flavours and scents come as no surprise - marshmallow and berry, among others.

Khumo's proud mom is fashion stylist Mome Mahlangu. According to her, the toddler has a mind for business.

Meet SA's 4-year-old businesswoman with her own beauty range

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Source: Twitter

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The proud daddy is none other than comedian Tall Ass Mo. The eldest kid in the family is interested in soccer and rap, according to a report by TimesLIVE.

This is one diverse and colourful family!

Of her business, Khumo says:

Kids need to smell good and be fresh. Do you want all the kids to smell bad? No.

She's quite well-spoken for a 4-year-old, not to mention outspoken:

Now I know as a young black woman to respect all my responsibilities. I make everything on I’m awesome, I can do whatever I want and be my own boss.

Khumo and Tiny Huggs are now working on products for Afro-textured hair.

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