Hamamat Montia, a Ghanaian model and entrepreneur, is one of the most successful models born and raised in Ghana.
Through her thriving skincare business on social media, she continues to show the world her African roots and Ghanaian culture.
In this editorial, we share 10 stunning images of the Ghanaian model, who uses her flawless skin to sell skincare products on Instagram.
Starting as a model, Hamamat was elected Miss Malaika in 2006 and model of Africa Universe in 2007.
She is from Bolgatanga in Ghana’s Upper East region, but she attended Achimota School for her secondary education.
The mother of two had some failed relationships in the past, but she never let them define her.
Hamamat currently runs a successful business in her hometown where she sells shea butter, organic soap and other products.
All of her successful skincare products are handcrafted in Ghana by the women she collaborates with.
Hamamat Montia has come a long way since winning Miss Malaika 2006 at the age of 18.
She is now one of the people most women look up to when discussing being natural and African.
Once, when she was making shea butter with her people, she recorded a video and shared it online, which quickly went viral, and people began ordering shea butter from her.
She capitalized on that market by launching Hamamat African Beauty, where she now sells 100% natural, raw products handmade in Ghana.
This post was published on March 23, 2022 3:58 PM