About Keziah Connections

Keziah – What’s behind the name?

The story of Job in the Old Testament of the Bible is probably best known for his suffering. But tucked away at the end of the book is an amazing fairy tale ending where we read of Job and his family ‘living happily ever after’.

Job’s life is restored and he is mightily blessed with children and an abundance of livestock.

In Job 42:13-15 there are some truly significant words:

Job had seven sons and also three daughters.

He called the name of the first, Jemima; and the name of the second, Kezia; and the name of the third, Kerenhappuch.

In all the land were no women found so fair as the daughters of Job, and their father gave them inheritance along with their brothers.

The name represents BEAUTY, EQUALITY, LEGACY


Keziah and her sisters are described as the most beautiful women in the land. Women of colour are also among the most beautiful of women.

Through the ages their beauty has been admired – from Queen Nefertiti of ancient Egypt, to Aishwarya Rai, who has been named as one of the most beautiful women in the world and Jourdan Dunn, the British model currently dominating the catwalk.

Yet this beauty is often maligned and misrepresented.

Keziah Connections celebrates the internal and external beauty of women from all backgrounds and ethnicities.


The name has been taken to symbolise equality; all of Job’s three daughters received an inheritance from their father.

This was unusual in a time when women and men were not treated equally and all property and assets were transferred to the males of the household.

This act by their father confirmed to those around them that they were indeed equal in every aspect, able to partake of every opportunity that comes their way.

Keziah Connections believes that equal opportunities, and equal representation in the beauty industry is a priority and aims to see this become a reality.


Hebrew names often have a special meaning and ‘Keziah’ comes from ‘Cassia’; a lovely spice tree with beautiful yellow blooms and Cassia oil is used in perfume and as a healing balm due to its calming, soothing properties.

Fragrance lifts the mood and affects both the wearer and those with whom she comes into contact with.

It lingers long after the wearer has left a room, creating memories and associations that have a long-lasting impact

Keziah Connections aims to equip women with the skills needed to create a positive legacy that will be remembered for many years to come.

About the Founder

Keziah Connections founder, Natalie Clue
Natalie’s breadth of experience and exposure has put her in a unique position to be able to educate and advise others on how to succeed in the beauty industry in both the mass and premium markets and how to build a powerful personal brand.

She she has carved out a niche in the digital space as a key influencer and spokesperson for Beauty and Business news for the contemporary, cosmopolitan British woman of colour.

Natalie’s Blog, BeautyPulseLondon, has garnered a worldwide following and is becoming recognised as an authority in the area of Beauty for the Woman of Colour. She has collaborated with brands such as Mizani, Esteé Lauder, Fashion Fair , Elizabeth Arden, NYX, IMAN and many more.

With an ardent passion for all thing beauty, Natalie Clue has many years of experience working within an industry that she loves, across several functions:


Natalie is an enthusiastic individual with loads of optimism. Before I launched B.Avante she gave me insight and direction into the industry which turned out to be invaluable. I found her to be extremely professional and knowledgeable.”

Tomi Ayodeji, Director, B.Avante

“Thank you for our meeting! My dream was to have a mentor who has the same passion for all things beauty as I do – this way the energy would be on the same level and although I know that we have just started our sessions, I left with renewed energy and positivity.”

Meridith Hypolite, Director, J‘ouvert Cosmetic

I must say, I really like your approach to “coaching”.  I love the style & structure!  Well done!

Adebukola Ayoade, Rabuna Stylist

Hi Natalie
Many thanks for your focused attention and generosity at our last meeting.  I found the session very useful and gained clarity as to possible ways forward.

Annette Unigwe, Begonia Naturals

Contact Natalie to ask about the Beauty Business and the Woman of Colour here