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Local lipstick is Lekker

Wilka Kayoko


Hannah Nangula puts a name to everyone’s lips.

Less than a year ago, Hannah Nangula blew the beauty industry away with her foundation and mink eyelashes collection and now she has returned with new lipstick collection branded as “Aphrodite, The Name on Everyone’s lips”.

The lipstick is a proudly Namibian high-quality matte finish lipstick. It is waterproof, long-lasting and highly pigmented that one swipe delivers a full coverage finish. The product is a result of the makeup artist’s decade experience and it ticks all the boxes.

“We developed our Aphrodite lipstick collection after we got feedback from our customers that current lipsticks on the market were either too overpriced, did not last long or lacked the necessary quality. In addition, we have a wide variety of colours to choose from to compliment any type, size and shape of lips out there” she said.


The product is available in eight different, fashionable and trending shades dark to light and colour codes HN1 through to HN8 to accommodate everyone.
According to her, one should not worry about affordability and availability.

“We currently have a special launch price of N$199.99 during the month of May only. Our customers save N$30. It is available in Windhoek and we can deliver right at your doorstep. We are also busy making it available countrywide through our distribution network” she further added.

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Nangula joins other female entrepreneurs such including Dillish Mathews and Meriam Kaxuxwena to mention a few who have initiated the sale of local beauty lip products and more.

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