Women's History Month
Women Making History: Supa Cent, Black Owned Cosmetics Brand Millionaire [VIDEO]
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"It’s amazing how far you can go by simply being yourself."- Supa Cent.
For the entire month of March, WBLS is highlighting "Women Making History."Today we're recognizing social media mogul, and businesswoman Supa Cent.
New Orleans native, Supa Cent is making history as a Black cosmetic line owner. In 2017, social media comedian/ entrepreneur, Supa Cent launched her very own cosmetic line ‘The Crayon Case.’
Wuzzam Supa, also known as Supa Cent began to make headlines during Cyber Monday 2018, where she hosted a 60% off sale. The mogul made $1 million in revenue, in just 90 minutes.
Raynell Steward got her claim to fame on once popular video app, Vine, back in 2013. The app has since been discontinued but that didn’t stop Supa from rising to the top. The 31 year-old- mogul inspires the youth on and off social media.
At the start of March, Supa Cent took to her Instagram to announce she exceeded her own record- making over $1 million in LESS than an one hour. Her cosmetic line The Crayon Case had a super sale, and sold out in minutes. She received over 23,500 orders, generating over $1.37 million.
The make-up mogul came from humble beginnings as she expressed via her Instagram, she states she used to “bust tables and clean hotel rooms.”
Supa now has a space of her own in her hometown of New Orleans. The businesswoman has a staff 20 employees. She also just won a BET social hustle award.
She is an inspiration to us all. She continues to push the margin, and prove that anything is possible with hard work and dedication.