It goes without saying, planning for Dj Zinhle’s recent Moments Tea, is most memorable.
I was contributing as a Personal Development Coach to the 12 young women on the show. My role was to help them see that change/transformation does not occur from a place of comfort.
The chairs are child-sized with safety belts and our kid-friendly stylists are trained to provide a comfortable playful environment while cutting and styling kid’s hair with patience and speed.
My main aim is to impact women’s lives and impart on them a mind-set that speaks of beauty starting on the inside and then manifesting on the outside.
I was recently invited to collaborate on a fashion line with Chesney Williams, a young designer from Zimbabwe for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. I had the opportunity to live fashions dreams by creating a range that was a great depiction of my style and yes part of hers as well… lol!!!! I completely fell in love with her spirit and passion. She is ultimate #WCW material.
Passion drives me and hard work keeps BlackOlive House consistent.
I didn’t have any mentorship or assistance, however I have been actively educating myself in the floral industry by attending various floral workshops and courses.
I attended a fashion design school in Johannesburg just to understand how its done. I was only there for about 6 months before I became bored, as I had already learnt the skill of sewing.
My main goal is that every child in South Africa starts school having learnt the basic building blocks necessary for future learning, and that the work that BrainBoosters has begun goes from strength to strength, seriously impacting literacy and numeracy in South Africa.
In my experience and being in the business for almost a decade the biggest mistake woman make is that they start their skincare routines and regimes too late. When they do come for help, they need more to correct issues that could have been prevented if they had paid attention earlier in their lives. You are never too young to take care of your skin.