Stephanieyeboah's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics


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✨ ✨Author of ‘FATTILY EVER AFTER’ // Content Creator & Blogger // Body Image & Self Love Advocate // Freelance Journalist ✨
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73.6% of stephanieyeboah's followers are female and 26.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.20%. The average number of likes per post is 5066 and the average number of comments is 75.

36.14% of the followers that engaged with stephanieyeboah regularly are from United Kingdom, followed by Ghana at 12.05% and France at 7.23%. In summary, the top 5 countries of stephanieyeboah's posts engager are coming from United Kingdom, Ghana, France, United States, Greece.

Stephanieyeboah loves posting about Plus Size, Fashion, Modeling, Hair & Beauty.

Check stephanieyeboah's audience demography. This analytics report shows stephanieyeboah's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

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73.6 %
26.4 %


  • Beauty & Fashion 83.30 %
  • How-to & Style 54.15 %
  • Art & Design 44.24 %
  • Children & Family 42.10 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 41.00 %
  • Business & Careers 39.85 %
  • Fitness & Yoga 36.48 %
  • Entertainment 35.24 %
  • Books and Literature 34.30 %
  • Healthy Lifestyle 33.28 %
  • Travel & Tourism 32.47 %
  • Movies and TV 32.36 %


  • United Kingdom 36.14 %
  • Ghana 12.05 %
  • France 7.23 %
  • United States 7.23 %
  • Greece 3.61 %


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Rare poses for me, if I’m being honest. 🥲 One of the chapters in my book talks about the stereotypical ‘black, female body shape’ and it’s increasing popularity due to celebrities (especially white celebrities) having various surgeries to achieve it. We all know the shape: the exaggerated hourglass figure. Small waist, wide hips, big butt and thighs. It’s a body type that has mostly been associated with blackness, but what if you are black woman who isn’t shaped like that? When I was younger, it used to get to me a lot. I felt less African. Less black, and by a greater extent, less womanly because I didn’t have a big butt like everyone in my community had. It was all I ever wanted, because it’s what the patriarchy found desirable on women. There have been so many times I had considered getting surgery to change, and obviously social media doesn’t help but you know what? Body types shouldn’t have to come in and out of fashion, and just because my body or yours isn’t what is currently seen as the accepted trend, it doesn’t mean we should wait around until it is. It’s not your job to be beautiful, and when you stop equating the idea body with happiness, it makes it a little easier to love yourself completely. Blackness should not be invalidated because someone lacks a big butt, wide hips or a small waist. Our beauty is non-conforming, and we should be able to celebrate our curves in however they choose to present themselves: hourglass, pear, apple, ironing board, Peter ‘Legs to Here’ Griffin or not.

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AD Back in the day, every Friday at home was deemed Bangers n' Mash night. 'Twas my favourite of the week, and so I thought I would replicate an alternative Friday Family Feast: this time featuring the @nakedgloryuk meat-free sausages! Not only is the texture and taste incredible, but it tastes exactly like real meat, so if you're a lover of meat who may be looking to cut down on consumption, Naked Glory is definitely up your street, plus - you cook it the same way you would cook normal meat so there's no faffing about or extra work. The range is available in the plant-based sections in most supermarkets and online! #NakedGlory

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I know wearing jeans at home is considered somewhat of a MORTAL SIN, but can we make allowances for denim dungarees as loungewear at least? Got these @levis_uk pair on eBay secondhand for about £20 and I practically live in them tbh. *oh hai hyperpigmentation!* Folks, don’t let dark marks or hyperpigmentation stop you from wearing shorts or skirts this summer. After the year we’ve had, you deserve. Remember.. hyperpigmentation is normal, and does not make you any less beautiful, worthy or valuable. ✨

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A beige and monochrome babe. ❣️ An ANGEL, even.

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AD How would you like the chance to win a month’s supply of alpha beta exfoliating treatment? As someone with a lot of hyperpigmentation on my body, I would always yearn for products featuring AHAs and BHAs that could be used on the body instead of on our faces. Lo and behold! Dr Dennis Gross have released their first-ever full body facial in the form of the Alpha Beta Exfoliating treatment, an all-over body towel packed with AHAs and BHAs to help polish and firm skin. It's great for those who have dry skin, KP, ingrown hairs and uneven skin tone. Follow for a chance to win a month's supply! #drdennisgross

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My absolute current mood. 😫 Photography - @fordtography

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Lockdown turned me into a bit of a plant-freak. 🪴🌿🌱. So I’ve made another page for it! @stephsplantclinic - follow for tips, advice and PLANT THINGS.

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First portrait pic of twenty twenty wan. A bold lip and a winged liner was my makeup thing for years. They were the two products that gave me all the confidence, and I still do love them. But I’m sorta kinda loving the neutral, minimal look too these days. I feel a lot more exposed facially (😂) but also, way more confident then I have been in the past 6 months. Long may it continue, I say! Foundation: @bobbibrownuk

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2020 has been...🥲. I have no final thoughts or introspective musings. There were sprinkles of nice things throughout the year, and ultimately I’m very grateful to be here. It goes without saying that my book release and it’s reception was one of - if not the - highlight of my year, and I’d love to thank you all for sharing and purchasing the book!🥺🥺 Thank you to my wonderful, amazing, splendiferous managers @laurensherryx @gabsfranchina for being so amazing (and patient 😭🥲) with me this year, @charnleycommunications for their incredible support, my agent @breadforsong who is the best book agent EVER, and the entire team at @hardiegrantuk for all the support and hard work into making the book a reality ❤️ Roll on 2021 ✨

3,227 21

Trash, but make it fash. 🗑 • Everything is previous season @asos ✨ Photo - @fordtography

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New year, same you. ✨ The entire culture of New Year’s resolutions seems to hinge on shallow forms of pseudo self-improvement, and advertisers have only capitalised on this concept more each year. We’re beginning to see it on e-commerce sites, the slow rollout of workout gear. Before and after photos are beginning to creep into our social media feeds. Gyms are sending out their their annual ‘HALF PRICE MEMBERSHIP!’ emails, articles leading with ‘lose the pandemic fat’ are all the rage, and the trolls are out in full force. The New Year has become inexplicably tied with systemic fatphobia. It goes way beyond health and so-called ‘wellness’, and taps into our shame, because shame is a more powerful motivator. It’s easy to buy into the narratives because they all around us at this time of year, and they catch us at an especially vulnerable time right after the holidays. I want to encourage you all to be gentle and kind with yourself. You have survived a very testing year, where others have not. Your body may have changed, and that’s okay. Weight gain does not mean laziness. It does not mean you have a lack of discipline. It does not make you a failure. Love on yourself a bit more over the next couple of months. Unfollow or mute accounts that make you feel unworthy. In 2021 it’s more important than ever to focus our attention on our mental and emotional health, than how our bodies present to others. ——— Top - old Bra - @elomilingerie Pants and thigh harness - @playfulpromises

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My truest and most final of forms. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity on my @nintendouk has been taking up all my time this week. I have been dreaming of killing Bokoblins and Lizalfos for days. Do not disturb me pls, for this is part of my #self #care. If anyone else is playing this, can you please tell me how to complete the Akkala region because it is kicking my ass. 😓


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