Lancôme‘s latest campaign is a celebration of women and diversity through its Teint Idole Ultra Wear foundation.

The campaign features incredible African women ranging from stylists and editors to beauty influencers and businesswomen, each representing the beauty of diversity and a common love for the new foundation line.

Ink Eze

Ink Eze

Founder, AsoEbiBella

I studied #ModernCultureAndMedia at @brownu & BOOM! ?? a year later, #AsoEbiBellawas born! I remember doing one of my senior projects about Nigerian weddings. The pulse, the colours, the food, the lifestyle. Little has changed since then… ___________________

@AsoEbiBella celebrates what we love to do best. Celebrating our culture ?? our attire ?? our beauty ? our milestones, our talents and creativity ? we are making our mark globally!
Nigerians are cool as ever. But between ourselves, it’s nothing new! We have always known that, right?! ??
Makeup brings out our glam selves, against the backdrop of the country’s challenges, we get to escape that for a few hours. I love celebrating with my nearest and dearest, and with @lancomeofficial’s #TenteIdole, I can dance, or I can just relax and enjoy the moment, knowing I’m covered.
My power is Celebration. ?#MakeupIsMyPower. I’m lucky number 7.
Find your own shade at @beautybar_essenza @templemuse
#EssenzaNg #TempleMuse#LancomeNigeria #MyShadeMyPower

Her Power: Celebration

Her Shade: Shade 07

Ink Eze has found her shade, Have you?

Lancôme’s Teinte Idole Ultra Wear Foundation is available at Temple Muse and BeautyBar by Essenza.