Hammanskraal Beautician Used Almost R3 500 to Start Business, Offers Nail Treatments to 4 Matrics

Hammanskraal Beautician Used Almost R3 500 to Start Business, Offers Nail Treatments to 4 Matrics

  • A young woman in Hammanskraal is doing her best to ensure the success of her beauty business
  • The entrepreneur used close to R3 500 to start her enterprise and is determined to make a name for herself
  • In a follow-up conversation with Briefly News, Vinolia Malema shared that she would offer free nail treatments to four ladies in matric

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A motivated young beautician in Hammanskraal is striving hard for success with her enterprise.

The Hammanskraal beautician will offer four matriculants free nail treatments.
Vinolia Malema from Hammanskraal has a beauty bar she started with R3500 savings. Image: Supplied.
Source: UGC

The 23-year-old previously shared with Briefly News that she runs a beauty bar and had intended to offer three ladies in Grade 12 free nail treatments for their matric dances.

In a follow-up discussion, Vinolia Malema shares that four young women approached her to have their nails done for their special nights, and she is thrilled to put smiles on their faces.

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Hard-working beautician took a leap of faith

Vinolia explains that her mother loaned her close to R3 500 of her savings to start her beauty bar.

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She shares that some of the joys of her job include regular interaction with clients:

“My favourite part of my job is getting to meet and interact with new people on a daily basis.”

Young Hammanskraal nail technician is self-taught

The entrepreneur taught herself everything she knows about the beauty business and notes that there are many skills she still wants to garner:

“I’d like to add hairdressing and catering to the list of skills I have.”

This woman is a true multifaceted hustler and recently posted about selling chocolate-covered marshmallows to make extra cash.

Vinolia, who is still developing her nail bar and working hard to ensure that her business is a success, offers tips to other beginners who are trying to get their enterprises off the ground:

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“I would advise all up-and-coming entrepreneurs to pray for their businesses.”

The stalwart young woman further explains that new entrepreneurs should understand the ebbs and flows of business:

“In the beginning stages, they should not expect to have clients every day.”

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She has provided jobs for many people along the way, with the entire business currently made up of 10 people.

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Source: Briefly News

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