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Face of Africa top 12 dazzle at Swahili fashion week

During the show audiences saw all 12 semi-finalists take to the catwalk at Swahili Fashion Week as they tried to impress the judges enough to…

During the show audiences saw all 12 semi-finalists take to the catwalk at Swahili Fashion Week as they tried to impress the judges enough to make it into the Top 10 for the glamorous finale in Lagos February 6.

The models – the semi-finalists can officially be called models now, having given their best at East Africa’s premiere fashion event – spent hours in hair and makeup being ‘glammed’ up to the maximum before taking to the ramp.

Viewers also got to find out more about Zambian Lukando (the tomboy who has surprised all her fans by blossoming into a high-fashion model), South Africa’s Thembi (who a few months ago was quietly finishing school and practicing her DJ-ing skills), Angola’s Esperanza (who had been to model castings before but never been selected for a show) and Tanzanian Lilian (the extrovert) as the four finalists take the Face of Africa cameras to their home towns.

The M-Net Face of Africa 2010 winner is guaranteed to walk away from the final on  February 6 with everything a young model needs to kick-start her career – a modelling contract from O Model Africa, USD 50 000 in cash from M-Net, skincare products for 12 months from Iman Cosmetics and a trip to New York, courtesy of Arise Magazine, to participate in New York Fashion Week

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