Buhle Mkhize Biography
Buhle Mkhize was born in 1984 in South Africa. She is a fashion designer and fashionista. She runs an online style and store page, Mad About Fashion.
Her mother died when she was 12 years old. Her father’s job, as a bakery driver made him work odd hours, making it impossible for him to look after her. He was advised to relocate her because she was becoming a woman. A friend offered to let her live with them in Durban.
In high school, she made friends with a girl named Adele Finger. They got close she was living with them. After matric, Adele’s mom suggested that they go overseas and be au pairs (a nanny in another country).
Buhle Mkhize Education Background and Career
Buhle Mkhize studied psychology at a college in London in which she supported herself financially from working as an au pair in Amsterdam. She moved to America where she also au pair for a new family. She made friends who loved her fashion sense and helped her open her own boutique. She runs a fashion boutique , Lime Designs in Manhattan and also write for local fashion magazines.
She also plays fashion police at high profile events like the Kentucky Derby, and dresses high profile clients like Bruno Mars. She also owns an image consulting business and do a regular style feature on Gagasi fM. She also runs an online style and store page, Mad About Fashion.
Buhle Mkhize Husband
News of the then home affairs minister’s extramarital affair with Mkhize was first flung in the spotlight in 2015 when Mkhize and Mrs Gigaba, known affectionately as Mrs Gigabyte, had it out on social media with Mrs Gigabyte calling Mkhize a prostitute.
She accused Mkhize of blackmailing her family and demanding money from them in exchange for her silence. According to Mkhize, an arrangement was made in co-operation with SA Intelligence to have R500,000 given to her in order for her to keep her mouth shut about the affair.
She claimed the deal fell through after Noma began attacking her on social media. In an open letter penned as an attempt to clear her name, Mkhize alleged Gigaba lied about seeing her behind his wife’s back, despite being in contact with her in the days leading up to his wedding in August 2014.
Buhle Mkhize Smoothies
Wohloza by Buhle
- 2 Tablespoons Chitosan Powder.
- 4 Drops Green Tea Extract
- 1/2 Cup Spinach
- 1 Cup Coconut Water
- 1 Banana
- 1/4 Squeezed Lemon.
- 1/4 Cucumber.
- 1/2 Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper.
- Blend with ice and drink right away.
Bikini Slimdown Elixir
- 1 Cup Grapefruit Juice
- 2 Tablespoons Applecider Vinegar.
- 1 Tablespoon Flaxseed Powder.
- 1 Tablesppon Honey.
Drink this elixir twice a day, once before breakfast and once before dinner. Start your mornings with a liter of warm water and lemon everyday. Avoid red meat, white bread, white ric, white sugar, fuzzy drinks and potatoes.
Buhle Mkhize Instagram
Her account is private but you can click here to visit her profile.
Buhle Mkhize Twitter
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Buhle Mkhize Body Paint
Buhle Mkhize experiments with body paint
After being bombarded with questions on social media, US-based fashionista Buhle Mkhize decided to share her body paint experience.
Buhle set social media alight when she shared an image of her ‘body art’ on Tuesday.
Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, Buhle admitted that this was the first time she had her body painted.
“I’ve gotten so many questions about this body painting experience. It was my first time but definitely not my last”.
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Buhle said that she really enjoyed the process and that she would do it again.
“I’ll body paint model any day, with a really professional artist and crew of course,” she said.
“The brush strokes were actually very relaxing and ticklish in some areas. I was on my feet for three hours and by the time it was over I didn’t feel like I was naked at all. When the camera started rolling and dance hall music came on I danced and bounced the entire shoot,” she added.