North West Make-Up Artist Builds Comfy Place for Clients, Mzansi Proud: "Look at God”

North West Make-Up Artist Builds Comfy Place for Clients, Mzansi Proud: "Look at God”

  • A North West woman took it upon herself to build her clients a nice area for when they come to her
  • The self-taught make-up artist shared a TikTok video of the space she used before and the place she built
  • The online community reacted to the lady's hustle, with many applauding and encouraging her to do more
  • Refilwe spoke to Briefly News about her business and what she envisions it to be
A make-up artist shared an area she recently built for her clients on TikTok.
North West make-up artist built a comfy place for her clients. Images: @refilwetsholamachekwane
Source: TikTok

A self-taught make-up artist and beauty business owner took it further and built a comfy place for her clients.

According to a TikTok video, @refilwetsholamachekwane used her car garage to run her business. She would park her car outside the whole day to accommodate clients who have come to do hair and make-up.

She said when it was raining, the lace was a mess, it had leaks, and it was freezing. She felt sorry for her customers and needed to do better and right by them and her business.

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The lady bought building materials and built a nice small room next to the garage where she would do her business. The newly built place has a sliding door and a mini storage for her products.

A woman builds a nice place for clients

Watch the beautiful TikTok clip below:

Fifie speaks to Briefly more about her business

Refilwe shared with Briefly News that she was happy to have been able to build the new place. All she wanted was to make her clients comfortable without inconvenience.

She said it's still a work in progress. She still needs to do a few things for the place to be what she wants. However, she is using it to run her business. Her clients are happy for her as they know where she comes from, and she appreciates that.

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Refilwe advised aspiring entrepreneurs who may be starting their businesses in unconventional spaces, saying they must continue their work and reach for the stars.

"You can start anywhere, even if you use your bedroom, it’s still okay as long as you have a goal, you’ll achieve what you want. We all start somewhere, and through hard work, we can be wherever we want, when clients love your work, they’ll show up no matter the unconventional spaces."

TikTokkers beamed with pride

The video has over 19k likes, with many online users showering her with congratulatory messages and encouraging her to fly high.

@Andi_Kay wished well:

"Look at God. Congratulations hun, engathi kungaqhubeka kuhambe kahle konke. ❤️" (May it all go well)

@JaniceTheeMenace❤️ felt inspired:

"One thing I love are clients who are sympathetic with situations and don't judge❤️ Love them and this is inspiring"

Nancy loved:

"Proud of you, home girl ❤️"

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@mapasekant sent blessings:

"May your cup runneth over❤️❤️This is so beautiful to watch."

@Nobaby said:

"And your clients never gave up on you... ❤️Congratulations "

@CindyMagaye beamed:

"Proud of you❤️"

Male nail tech shares humble beginnings

In another story, Briefly News reported about a Johannesburg male nail technician who shared a humbling journey.

The gentleman shared a video on his business TikTok account, @nailsbydav, of himself doing nails and sharing a bit about his journey. According to the video, he started doing nails six years ago. He would go from one person to another, hoping that someone would want their nails done by him. Now, he runs a successful nail salon.

Source: Briefly News

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Sinothando Siyolo (Editor) Sinothando Siyolo is a Human Interest Writer at Briefly News. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from the University of Cape Town (UCT), with majors in Media and Writing, Politics and Governance. Before joining Briefly, Sinothando worked as a Content Producer for Hibari Media and as a News Content Producer for The South African (TSA). He has the ability to write across various sections - News, Human Interest, Politics, Entertainment, and Business. He joined Briefly in 2023. You can contact Sinothando at siyolo.sinothando@briefly.co.za

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