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Kenyan Socialites Who Transitioned to Cosmetic Industry

Their drama-filled lives and curvy bodies attract masses on social media but they have their social media following to their advantage.

The socialite movement started with Vera Sidika whose curves got people’s attention, she used the hype to her advantage and later on other girls started branding themselves, socialites.

After Vera Sidika, other socialites who came into the industry include the likes of Risper Faith, Corazon Kwamboka, Huddah Monroe, Bridget Achieng and many more.

Most socialites have chosen to invest their money into beauty products as they can market their products easily.

Here are some socialites who successfully transitioned to become businesswomen.

Huddah Monroe

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The bootyful socialite opted to supplement her income with entrepreneurship. She has her own cosmetic line dubbed “Risper Faith Creations”.

Risper identified a market niche and she was quick to come up with rice milk soap and shea butter.

Bridget Achieng

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Socialite Bridget Achieng has now ventured into the beauty industry after launching her own brand of skin products.

The mother of one shared pictures of some of her skin lightening products on her social media pages.

Among her range of products are body lotions, face creams, and soaps, with some of the bottles bearing a picture of the Nairobi Diaries star.

“I remember when this was only a dream. There’s nothing you can’t achieve if you put your heart to it… some of the range of products we have in stock now. And more is yet to come, stay tuned… make your Orders @bridgets_body_shop and get that amazing skin tone,” she posted on her Instagram account on Friday.

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