Cape Town Single Mom of 1 With Hair Care Business Prioritises Education

Cape Town Single Mom of 1 With Hair Care Business Prioritises Education

  • One single mom in Elsies River, Cape Town, is a triple threat, thriving as a parent, entrepreneur, and full-time student
  • Leshme De Bruyn previously told Briefly News about a bleaching incident that left her feeling unconfident for a long time
  • However, instead of licking her wounds, the mother of one created a hair care business to help others in a similar predicament
  • The 34-year-old opens up to Briefly News about her love of education and lifelong learning as she grinds hard to obtain a qualification that will help her excel

Cape Town mom, Leshme De Bruyn never thought that a bleaching incident that happened in 2021 would propel her into success.

A lady in Cape Town with a hair care brand who loves education and takes good care of her son
Leshme De Bruyn in Cape Town is a mom and businesswoman. Image: Leshme De Bruyn.
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However, after facing significant hair damage, which led her confidence to take a huge knock, the mom of one decided to be innovative.

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The 34-year-old told Briefly News about how she concocted a natural hair remedy to strengthen her then-damaged locks and noticed that she caught lightning in a bottle with the unique product.

In a quick follow-up chat, the mom of one shares her short-term plans for 2024 and 2025.

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Mother of 1 loves education

Perseverant Leshme has a great love for education, and despite already achieving great success with her hair care line, the lovely lady believes a firm theoretical and practical knowledge can only add benefit to her craft.

She is currently studying for a qualification in Business Management at Northlink College while running her business:

“Currently, I am still studying full-time. Therefore, I am working hard to complete my studies this year and to take on an internship in 2025.”

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Cape Town mom has beautiful aspirations

The entrepreneur notes that in addition to aspiring to trade internationally, she also wants to grow her business:

“After my internship, I will probably start another business of my own as well.”

Leshme concludes by expressing how thrilled she is about the independence her hair care line has given her:

“I make enough [to support myself, my son, and my mom]. Sometimes it’s more than enough.”

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In another story by Briefly News, one dedicated lady in Johannesburg with a dumpling business has left many people inspired by her craft.

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

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