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Risper Faith reveals reason she does not like Kenyan Men

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Kenyan entrepreneur, CEO, and founder of @risperfaithcreations1 has shared the reason why she doesn’t like Kenyan men.

Risper Faith (Image Courtesy)

Risper, who was among those in attendance at Phoina’s Beauty Parlor launch, explained why she loves her man and why Kenyan men are not her vibe, hinting it is because she feels Kenyan men are not open minded and are very overprotective compared to her husband whose loving and supportive.

My husband is very supportive because ameishi US na akili imefunguka si kama hawa wanaume wa Kenya wenye akili haijafunguka…Wanaume wa huko wamefunguka akili hakuna kitu inawashinda juu wamefanya kila kitu.” Risper Faith shared.

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Why She Wouldn’t mind selling bleaching products

The mother of one admitted that she can as well consider selling beauty products should the public demand them, as she doesn’t see anything wrong with it considering, for one, her husband is very supportive, and she is doing it out of good will, wanting to help a sister out, and it has money.

She, however, issued a disclaimer to all those using beauty products, especially those that bleach one’s skin, making them glow by doing away with the tint.

Once you start using mkorogo, you need to use it for the rest of your life because once you stop using it, utaanza kua na black spots watu wataanza kujua umeanza kusota kwa sababu mkorogo ni expensive…kwanza ile poa ni 15,000ksh.” Risper shared.

She also advised the interested ladies to consider going for the expensive ones, as the cheap ones are way more expensive and might have serious life-long effects on their skin.

Cheap is expensive once ukianza kupaka zile cheap, utaanza kuchomeka skin, then utarudi uanze kuunda skin.”

According to Risper, she is encouraging ladies to do so because men love ladies who are brown-skinned.

Bleaching is a process of whitening fabric by removal of natural colour, it is usually carried out by means of chemicals selected according to the chemical composition of the fibre.

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