The Lancôme brand took the Nigerian heroes for its latest Teint Idole Ultra Wear campaign, Betty Irabor – publisher of Genevive Magazine, Powede Awujo -Aviator and influencer and Waje – award-winning singer and songwriter, for the ultimate Parisian experience courtesy of Air France!
Joining them on the trip; Beauty Consultant, and Founder of Glam Brand Agency, Bola Balogun as well as Carol Bouwer, UNICEF SA Special Advocate. Together, these women celebrated each other, feminity and of course, style!
During the trip, they got a chance to connect with each other and share stories and beautiful memories whilst enjoying VVIP treatments of the best Paris has to offer from personalized beauty sessions, restaurants, shows and everything in between.
Keep scrolling as we relive the moments through their Instagram snaps while they were in The City of Light!
Mbieri princess in Paris☀️
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These past few days have been mind blowing with such Iconic women of virtue, grace and style. Feminism has a new meaning to me, that every woman should be appraised for thriving in her own reality: employee or CEO, married or single, with or without children, housewife or working class, feminism isn’t restricted to a certain class of women, neither is it a fight against men. We all should embrace our femininity!
Thank you @lancomeofficial for this opportunity to learn from these iconic women.❤️
When the day is bright,
the mood is right, and the company is nice.
So vous cherchez je suis à Montmartre 😍 j’adore Paris!
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Everything to love❤️
I am excited to be meeting with the Lancôme management to discuss areas of collaboration to ensure that African Odyssey 2018 is bigger, better and more impactful for the delegates attending! Fresh from the summit we hosted in Durban, we can only pray for the strength and wisdom to make it meaningful for each woman attending! Thank you Namate and @lancomeofficial for the incredible evening and now it’s back to work.
The city of lights, the city of love and the city with a certain “Je Ne Sais quoi” Thank you @lancomeofficial for the ultimate Parisian experience. We got a chance to connect with each other and share our stories and beautiful memories together. We visited and enjoyed VVIP treatments of the best Paris has to offer from personalized beauty sessions, restaurants, shows and everything in between. But let us talk about something deeper, There’s a tremendous potential for Nigeria with international brands and the ones that will succeed are doing better at understanding the Nigerian consumer psyche. Despite the challenges of doing business in retail in Nigeria including but not limited to distribution, rules on foreign investments, fluctuation of the dollar, Nafdac and all the issues at our Ports. I’m glad some companies are coming and investing in Africa and its people and trusting companies like my own @glambrandagency to help them navigate the Nigerian business and marketing landscape. Its not going to happen overnight but the process have started and we should all get ready for more mutually beneficial and lucrative partnerships, campaigns, ambassadors and support.