As global habits change to adapt to the new realities of the coronavirus outbreak, most organizations are beginning to adopt alternative measures to ensure business continuity. 

In compliance with both government and health guidelines for safety and protection of individuals and the society at large companies like Darling, one of Nigeria’s leading manufacturers of hair extensions, are shifting their focus to cyberspace and utilizing virtual platforms to carry out brand activities.

Darling Nigeria hosted a fun virtual tea party yesterday, to onboard some of its influencers for 2020, and let’s just say the influencers showed up and showed out, literally!! They had all of us wishing for our own afternoon tea!

Toke Makinwa had everyone swooning, life online can equally be fabulous.

Nonye of This Thing Called Fashion got us reminiscing about our summer holidays.

Frances Theordore kept it pretty in pink.

Mochedda serving major hair envy with her Darling colour mix.

Classy, boujie…..we started singing the Savage chorus when we saw Valerie serve all this goodness! Wow so gorgeous!

Damn girl, look at inchesssssssss! Will you try it? Lola Oj says it’s not heavy at all, and only took a little over 3 hours.

Temi young serving in Darling “Nikky”

Afua left all her exes in full REGRET MODE once she put on the Mongolian Kinky!

And Chevonne kept it all the way cute!

During the tea party, Darling’s brand manager, Lola Marcus, shared the brand’s vision with the influencers and reiterated Darling’s dedication to providing trendy and affordable hairstyles for the Nigerian woman. 

In her remarks, she said ‘women have more than one character and Darling is all about empowering the African woman to find what makes her feel her most beautiful, most confident, most herself to match her transition in role, her change in mood, or even change of preference.’ 

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