“‘It’s been 2 weeks, still no single customer” – Lady speaks on challenges faced since opening her makeup studio

A young lady takes to her TikTok handle to lament about lack of customers since she opened her makeup studio, speak in ither challenges faced for being self employed.

A lady identified by her TikTok handle as @haphiez_glam has opened up about the challenges she has being facing suncr she opened her makeup studio.

She said she has been grappling with the issue of f attracting customers, financial difficulties and increased pressure from licensing authorities despite starting her business with high expectations.

The make-up artist revealed that it’s been two weeks since she opened her makeup studio, yet, she has been unable to attract any customers seeking her professional makeup services.

To compound her challenges, regulatory authorities, such as the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), are pressing for financial obligations that she is currently unable to meet.

“It’s two weeks since I opened up my makeup studio, no customers yet, but license guys want to close it, KCCA wants money for rubbish that I don’t even have yet y’all didn’t warn us about self-employment!,” the lady wrote.

In response to @haphiez_glam’s sharing of her struggles, netizens has rallied behind her, offering words of encouragement and support.

Watch the video below:


Still hopeful that all will work out Inshaa Allah🥺🙏🙏

♬ life im over you Zevia – zevia

Netizens Reactions…

@jerabrenda reacted; “Close that shop, work mobile. Make arrangements with photo studios, when I client wants photoshoot, you jump in. Look for them!”

@Anna Annabel reacted; “Just keep praying God z never early and His never too early but when he works u will be surprised and say I have received too much than what I asked 4.”

@Fire fox reacted; “I feel you, just like I opened up ma ka boutique in 3weeks no customer and on top of that thieves broke in and went away with my ka capital.”

@Jamme said; “Self employment is the hardest path to real success. It’s full of lessons that shape you to the final line stay strong for ntng comes on a silver platter.”

@Dinah Khalifah said; “A young lady trying to make her own money and fight for a brighter future, mungu akutelemu obwangu. Don’t give up.”

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