5 African Fashion, Hair and Travel Influencers to follow now!
Want to know where to get some African, fashion, travel, and hair inspiration? These 5 fashion killers will give you all the inspiration you need.
Every day is sunny in New York with Simply Cyn. With colorful street murals, restaurants and sunny sidewalks behind every photo of her daily looks. She rocks a curly fro and is always seen rocking the latest in fashion. She represents Cameroon, while residing in one of the busiest cities in America. Her 120,000 followers can learn fashion, travel and beauty tips when they scroll through her page. Follow her blog at www.smiplycyn.com
Nigerian blogger Ijeoma Kola, is another New York City fashionista. If you are looking for classic style inspo, Ijeoma will give you looks. She likes to keep it simple wearing mostly, black, grey and neutral colors, from time to time she’ll throw in a red heel for a pop of color. Her 44,000 followers, can catch her rocking traditional Nigerian prints when she’s with her family and friends.
South African model Angel Obasi, gives us a glimpse of the glamorous life. Her style is bold and over the top glammed out fabulous! She mixes African prints with blousy tops and a pair of shades. Her style is impeccable. Angel shares beautiful architecture and modern interior design that matches her style. Most of her clothing is from Becca Apparel, a clothing store where you can find fashionable African print skirts, bottoms tops and blazers.
Whether it be her big red hair, her flawless skin, or the beautifully edited background shots of her surroundings in Lagos; Nigerian hair, travel, and fashion blogger Kiitana is the one to follow for African inspiration, she has a whopping 386,000 followers! She is the head wrap queen and gives tips on how to wrap your natural curls for different hairstyles. When she’s not rocking her natural red curls, she is sporting a different color wig, or braids to give her followers a variety of ways the natural hair community can wear their hair.
One of the 2017 Women Rising 100 most influential women in Ghana is, Hammat. If you want to learn about African lifestyle and culture, Hammat has all the answers, she gives her followers a look into the African culture by sharing her experiences, like how foods are prepared, African architecture, and everyday life while promoting her line of shea butter. Her flawless skin and ageless beauty make it easy to want to buy her product. She wears traditional prints from Nigeria, and a smile in every video she makes to share with her followers.
Article by Asia Lambart