Two leading Sough African fashion and beauty magazines, Cosmopolitan and Elle, feature popular social media influencers from across the country - all who have amassed huge followings over Instagram and Twitter.
OH MY INFLUENCER?! 😱😝😍 Could this be our juiciest issue yet? 🤷♀️🤷♀️ Obvs, gurrrl! Where you been? 🙈🙉 Pick up our VERY EXCITING #COSMOInfluencerIssue ft @bakedonline and get the lowdown on how she became a social pioneer! 🌟 ALSO, we've got the best #Money #Love #Power #Style and #Beauty advice curated just for YOU! 💸❤💪👠💄 #COSMOMarch on sale now! 👖 Dressed by @guess 💋 makeup artist @reneedewitmakeupartist 💄 using @3ina 📸 photographer @xx_niquita_xx ⭐️ T-shirts @tshirtsforchangesa customized by @collide_clothing xx
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Big names included in the magazine issue include fitness trainer Sbahle Mpisane, beauty blogger Aisha Baker-Parnell, as well as fashion blogger and businesswoman Kefilwe Mabote. The March issues recognizes digital entrepreneurs and personalities in the areas of beauty, fashion, food and health.
I have been SO excited for the March issue of @CosmopolitanSA to hit shelves! As you can tell it’s the Influencer Issue and your girl is featured!— Cynthy Gwebu (@CGwebuOfficial) February 26, 2018
Congratulations to ALL the cover girls too! Make sure you get your copy! #COSMOBeauty #MarchIssue #COSMOInfluencerIssue pic.twitter.com/jsf717Kkp6