She may have not won Miss South Africa back in 96' but BlackBarbielish as she calls herself is looking more youthful than ever. I don't know about you guys but I might need to rethink that gym membership contract...
South African model and businesswoman, Babalwa Mneno was the first runner-up in the 1996 Miss South Africa pageant which was won by Peggy-Sue Khumalo, but with her looks, she could still slay Miss South Africa, over 20 years later.
For most people her age, partying on a Monday is the last thing on a to-do-list but not for Miss Barbs. The doll-faced model defines some serious body goals and her youthful spirit is everything.
Those of us who are over 25 are always complaining after being out one night a week because we're tired for 600 days afterwards but Miss Barbie parties whenever she wants to and never seems to suffer the after-effects.
Her pre-desposition to the party-animal lifestyle is drawn from the fact that she's an events planner and most of the events she plans take pace at nightclubs. Taboo and Cacoon are just two of her favorite places to host a party.
That waist-to-booty ratio is everything
One of her favorite ways to stay this youthful and keep fit is through suspension yoga.
Apart from all this partying and looking fabulous, the model is a salon owner and some of your faves turn to her for their Brazilian, and Peruvian weaves and off the hook haircuts.
Babs, what is your secret?
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