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Pamela Mtanga Launches her New Wig Brand

South African media personality Pamela Mtanga has launched a new wig brand called Honey Comb Hair. The wigs are named after the social media influencers who modelled them, and they cater to every type of person.

“Anyone who loves hair can wear it as a crown because we believe that hair is your crown, whichever way you choose to wear it,” Pamela tells TshisaLIVE.

According to Pamela, the first launch introduces entry-level and affordable luxury wigs priced between R2,000 and R5,000. The second collection, which will launch at the end of May, will be total luxury.

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Pamela Mtanga
Pamela Mtanga-Image Source@Instagram

Pamela is currently at the forefront of the business, helping customers through the process of buying hair on the Honey Comb Hair SA Instagram page. She envisions opening her first store and salon within a year.

“I want people to feel the magic we’ll be giving them. It’s for the passion of hair,” she says.

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Pamela’s Journey to Wig Brand Business

After shooting her final episode as a presenter on Channel O’s Massive Music, Pamela decided to put her earnings into her business. “I was devastated when it came to an end, but it took me a couple of days to see everything as a blessing. Massive Music was there to elevate my career and help me start this business,” she told TshisaLIVE.

Pamela’s passion for hair began when she was young, as her aunt ran a hair business single-handedly. She attended Nelson Mandela University after high school, where she learned hairdressing. She stopped doing hair when she started MCing because she got more bookings and had less time, but she always knew that she would go back and revive that passion.

Pamela Mtanga
Pamela Mtanga-Image Source@Instagram

“I knew that my love for hair, and the brands I’ve been working with in my influencer career, that the more knowledge and trust I was gaining with my audience, I would be able to start my own business because I am a trusted voice in that regard,” she says.

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Looking Forward to Seeing What’s Next

Since shooting to stardom, Pamela has made strides in the entertainment industry. “I really would like to think of my career as something that was written in the stars. My career has been a culmination of hard work and meeting people along the way that God has placed in my path. Now I am a media personality going for her dreams. I’m looking forward to seeing what’s next.”

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