The beauty of beauty is that beauty can be found anywhere.
That’s the mantra that has given Alyssas life in her native South Africa.
“If you’re going to make a choice, make it in the most beautiful place that you can,” she said.
Edwards, who is also a coach for the South African Rugby Union, has had a difficult time finding work since her move to South Africa in 2014.
She had worked at a beauty salon before, but it wasn’t the type of job that was particularly challenging for her.
At the time, she was working on her own personal brand.
It took her three months to find a position in a hair salon, after which she decided to quit.
After the move, Edwards decided to focus on her personal brand, but said it was difficult.
The first thing she did was go back to her roots, and her mother and grandmother taught her the art of the scrub.
Alyssa said that it was very important to teach her the basics of the industry and how to clean.
When she started working in the salon, she had to clean herself.
But after a few months, she got used to it and her hair was beautiful again.
During her time in the South Africa Hair salon, Edwards also taught a few other women to do the same.
Her salon has become a training ground for other women and the team is currently working on setting up a school to help other women.
If you can, do it for yourself, but you have to have the right mindset,” she added.
However, she is currently unemployed after she took a job with an international beauty company.
Despite the hardships, Edwards is still passionate about her craft and wants to inspire others to follow her path.
With the help of her friends, she decided that she needed to start her own business, and has already started fundraising to set up a shop.
For now, she’s hoping that the salon’s business will be successful enough to inspire other women in the industry.
More: Her business is now called Eclipse Beauty Salon.
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