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B2 OurStar: Young Sierra Leonean Woman Launches First Full Range Beauty Cosmetic Brand With Over 30 Products In America And Sierra Leone.

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B2 OurStar: Young Sierra Leonean Woman Launches First Full Range Beauty Cosmetic Brand With Over 30 Products In America And Sierra Leone. 

It’s always inspiring to hear a positive story of someone who has not only created their own opportunities, but has won big by doing so.

Based in America, Hussanatu Ourstar Bah  is an avid researcher and savvy beautician who initially googled her way into finding a solution to a problem that impacted not only her life, but the lives of other women in society: inclusive yet clean cosmetics with over 30 products. And her efforts of trying to look beautiful turned her to finding the best cosmetic brand.

Given the weather condition in her country – Sierra Leone and the African continent where she came from, Hussanatu Ourstar Bah prides herself into the business of providing cosmetic products that fit the skin and are suitable for every weather condition across the world. 

Hussanatu Ourstar Bah is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of B2 OurStar, a global cosmetics and make-up brand that offers products and training to individuals, businesses and events including birthdays, parties, weddings, shows, graduations etc.  B2 OurStar also offers wholesale and provides opportunities to local businesses in the cosmetics industry. 

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Photo: Hassanatu OurStar Bah



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Beauty Cosmetic B2 OurStar


Born and raised in Sierra Leone, Hussanatu Ourstar Bah is from one of the most populous ethnic communities in Africa. Hussanatu explained that as a young girl, she used to wear all sort of makeup brands, just to look extra beautiful. At school, at home, and even during small events, Hussanatu could go the extra mile to wear random make-ups, regardless of who watched, complimented or criticised her.

”Many a time, my  parents frowned at me, because I was gradually turning the house into a makeup shop, littering every corner with makeup containers. For me, it was fun but at the same time difficult for my parents. Sometimes, I would hide my makeup in the school bag and later during lunch-break, I would call my friends and do their makeup. It was great and I loved the experience,”  Hussanatu Ourstar Bah  tells Salone Messenger Media of her journey and passion for cosmetics. 


Founder Hussanatu Ourstar Bah
Founder Hussanatu Ourstar Bah


To Hussanatu Ourstar Bah, makeup meant everything. Her love for makeup continues for the most part her young age unto these days, and that has enabled her to now earn the support of her family and friends in the pursuance of her dream.

While living in the United States of America, Hussanatu Ourstar Bah had the opportunity of interacting with women from diverse backgrounds who shared their experience and knowledge of how they have transformed and impacted fellow women in their home countries in Africa through business opportunities. This inspired Hussanatu to take action and to establish the B2 OurStar business venture.  She is very passionate about giving back to society and helping women create and own businesses. In addition to the cosmetics business, B2 OurStar has also launched a water and drinks company and is    is very much involved in creating other business ventures and opportunities. 


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B2 OurStar Beauty Cosmetic.

To make her dream a reality, Hussanatu Ourstar Bah has conducted rigorous research, production and carefully selected some of the flawless makeup brands and named them the ”B2 Ourstar products”.  She believes that women should not only have to look beautiful, but also look smarter and shine like a star. ”You are beautiful just the way you are, but to look more glamour and shining, it takes the effort of flawless makeup. B2 OurStar is the answer and the only way to shine.” Hussanatu tells Salone Messenger Media about the quality of the B2 OurStar products. 

Some of the B2 OurStar makeup products include: 



Beauty blender


Shimmer Highlighter



Liquid lipstick

Eyeshadow pallet


Setting powder

Blush pallet

press powder

Eye brow pencil

Eye brow gel

Photo After make up
Photo After make up

You can get in touch with Hussanatu Ourstar Bah on Facebook @ Hussanatu Ourstar Bah, Instagram @ B2 OurStar and Whatsapp on +232 78 559505 ( in Sierra Leone). 

A wide range of the B2 OurStar beauty products can now be bought on the company’s website or on social media platforms. 


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