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It’s a Collaboration… REVLON X MAJU CAMPAIGN IS HERE!

REVLON X MAJU

Earlier in the year, Revlon launched a global campaign called Live Boldly – the campaign sought to inspire women to express themselves with confidence, passion, optimism, strength and style.Drawing inspiration from the Revlon Live Boldly campaign, Maju, a fast rising Nigerian fashion brand translated the campaign into a very colourful and bold collection.

The Creative Director of Maju played on the sparkles and excitement of the campaign by creating an energetic and glamorous collection. The highlights of the collection can be seen in the use of rich and vibrant colors. The bold textures and structures are perfect for the Revlon x Maju Woman who is trendy, chic, bold, colourful, and slightly unconventional. 

The collection will be officially unveiled on Sunday, November 4, 2018 at the Grand Ball Room, Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island Lagos by 2PM. It promises to be an exciting evening as Revlon will celebrate this collection by giving 20% off its products. 

The Revlon x Maju Muses for the collection are four different women who are living their lives boldly in their various career paths:  Nancy Isime the fast rising actress, Mimi Onalaja the captivating media personality, Anita Adetoye who is building a beauty empire and Ozinna Anumudu the fashion entrepreneur.

Revlon x Maju Muses

Nancy Isime (@nancyisimeofficial)

Mimi Onalaja (@mimionalaja),

Anita Adetoye (@anitabrows)

Ozinna Anumudu (@ozinna)

Brands

Maju (@shopmaju)

Revlon @revlonng

Make Up

Anita Brows Studio for REVLON @anitabrows

Hair

Good Hair @goodhairltd 

Art Direction

Anny Robert @anny_robert

Videography

Grey Woulfe Media @greywoulfe  

Styling & PR

The Style Concierge  @thestyle.concierge

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