The #BNSConvos: The future of the Beauty Industry: Post 2020 & beyond. For our final conversation for #BNSWomensMonth, we had an influx of insightful and thought-provoking conversations on the steps to take to establish a successful beauty brand in Africa and beyond. The speakers also talked about the need for African makeup brands to diversify and create awareness, especially because they offer products suitable for darker skin tones.

BellaNaija Style hosted 2 African women beauty leaders in beauty content creation and entrepreneurship over a 1-hour Clubhouse session to discuss the issues, challenges and opportunities facing the beauty industry.

We’ve rounded up 2 unmissable quotes from Saturday’s event.


To be a successful beauty content creator takes passion and time. The best way to stand out when it comes to posting beauty content is to really love what you do and keep posting because it doesn’t always yield the kind of benefit you want as soon as you want it.- Ohemaa Bonsu Beauty Content Creator & Founder Bonsu Beauty.


As a makeup artist, you need to attach yourself to the right people, you have to invest in your brand, it’s important to pick the right models and photographers to collaborate with, you will be amazed at the end results. –  Anita Adetoye Founder Anita Brows Beauty & Makeup.