Juliet Ibrahim is the new cover star for Glam Africa’s Beauty Issue

Ghanaian actress, producer, and philanthropist Juliet Ibrahim is the latest cover star for Glam Africa Magazine‘s July 2019 issue.

Juliet Ibrahim in the new issue dubbed “The Beauty Issue” talks about balancing motherhood, philanthropy, acting and how she looks fabulous doing it all. Ghanaian born Ibrahim is an award-winning producer, actress, and philanthropist who made her mark in the Ghanaian movie industry nearly 15 years ago.

Her journey to stardom began in 2004 when she won a beauty contest and was called in for an audition that she aced for her first role in the movie, Crime to Christ.

In the interview, Juliet shares her struggles in a male-dominated industry and her inspiration to set up the Juliet Ibrahim foundation which helps people suffering from kidney related diseases and Ebola. With everything she has going on she also talks about how she manages family time with her son Jayden.

Other highlights in this edition of Glam Africa magazine include the latest fashion and beauty trends for a fresh summer look, the best makeup palettes for that pop of colour this season as well as a hard-hitting discussion on colourism and what it means to be a dark-skinned woman, especially in the media industry.

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Photo Credits
Stylist: @kayito_n  
Makeup: @casskoncept1
Photographer: @spotlightpi
Hair: @ceezystyling
Muse: @julietibrahim

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