I started my career as a Somatologist, officially in Nelspruit. I working as a Junior spa therapist, and then got promoted to spa manager. A few months later I moved onto my next project as a Marketing Executive for a company that did marketing strategies and events for a couple of months as a contract, whilst consulting as a spa consultant.
Fast forward to 2012, my career as a skin influencer began on Twitter. I went by the pseudonym "Skin Therapist SA". Little did I know that this would launch my career into working with L'Oreal, where I worked my way up to the first Education Manager for Kiehl's SA IN 2014. I then took a bit of a hiatus and worked for Estee Lauder brands, as a Retail Manager for MAC.
I now work in the technology space which gives me a reason to launch my digital online business, where I intend to make luxury accessible, be an advocate for fair representation of Africans in the beauty space. I am also passionate about education, which is why I invest so much in educating my audience through my social media platforms.
I am Pabi Kgadima. I was born Paballo Euphony Kgadima in Springs on the East Rand. I have always been a creative, intelligent, and audacious child;- from getting lead roles in plays at school, to being the editor of our high school magazine, right up to being the secretary for the mentorship program in the Tshwane University of Technology.
I have literally worked my way up. I started out working in a Spa as an intern therapist. This was a humbling experience for me as I had to do everything from spring cleaning the spa, admin, and cleaning up spa rooms to ensure clients' satisfaction and, an amazing experience.
In my final year, I graduated with my lowest mark being 60%, given how difficult the final year was, with varying subjects such as microbiology, social-psychology and marketing. I still did well.