Wednesday, March 23, 2016


Morrocan Hammam Bath is a worthwhile expérience.. Seeing dead skins being sloughed off will typically make you gape so hard that you find it hard to pick up mouth from the floor.

A much coveted spa treatment, Moroccan baths ranks as one of the most effective and natural means to achieve a glowing skin.

With the changes in the economy, a few beauty enthusiasts have had to cut back on giving themselves luxury skin treatments, in order to save funds. But hey! Good news is you can carry out these beauty routines in your homes! Yes you! You can get the expérience for less with the following:

· Morrocan Black Soap

· Morrocan Kessa Sponge

· Morrocan Rhassoul/Ghassoul clay

· Source of steam( I boil a big pot of water in my bathroom and shut the windows and doors.

Morrocan Black Soap

Popularly known as "Beldi soap", this soap washes away all- but not your sins though.This soap made from olives is rich in nutrients. It is very rich in vitamin E which helps to make the skin firm and plump. It exfoliates the skin and at same time moisturizes it.

How to use on the face:

Steam your face ( put hot water in a bucket cover ur face with towel over it) allow the steam heat the face, do ds for 15mins or until steam reduces. Rinse you face with water, towel damp it (not totally dry) apply the morocan black soap on the face or you desired part of the body (spread it) and leave on for 30mins, wash off with sponge, scrub gently, anf rinse off with water

Morrocan Kessa Sponge

Kessa glove is used for removal of dead skin cells and accumulated germs. The peeling gives a sense of rejuvenation..Kessa sponge should not be used on sensitive areas of the body..Always soak the sponge before you use.

Morrocan Ghassoul clay.

Ghassoul (pronounced rassoul) is found at the bottom Moroccan Atlas Mountains. It is highly organic and filled with magnesium, calcium, and potassium. I add rose water to make sure it spreads well. After application, it makes the face tight, you will literally find it hard to breathe.

Steam room

Everything goes down here! The steam draws out the toxins in the form of sweat and gives a feeling of relaxation.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Cosmetics Resource

Hello, here is a A Cosmetics Resource I found on slideshare which I think you will find useful.
Take your time to check it out.
Let me know what you think in the comment box below.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Starting a Cosmetics Business From Home

Starting a cosmetics business from home can be an exciting and profitable venture. However, you must first decide how you will acquire the products. Some people make their own cosmetics, though this method can be costly and time consuming. Most people join a cosmetics direct sales organization, such as Mary Kay or Avon. 
However, you may want to start from scratch, especially if you plan to sell more natural cosmetics.

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Wednesday, March 9, 2016


African Black soap also known as “Ose dudu” in Yoruba parlance is our black pride. The soap is made up some natural ingredients which includes; plantain peel ash,cocoa pod ash, honey, palm kernel oil, honey , shea or cocoa butter.
Commercial forms of this soap is available for sale in some drugstores, however, it is important to know that some of these industrially made versions contain some preservatives, addictives, colorings or chemicals that might have adverse effects on our health. The best way to go is the natural way. These soaps retail for cheap prices at local market. The composition of the soap however varies from region to region, some are more drying than the others. African black soap has the following benefits:

  1. Exfoliation; this soaps exfoliates the skin properly sloughing off any form of dead skin to reveal a smoother and fresher skin.
  2. Combating inflammation and soothing the skin: black soap is one of the best approaches to fighting skin problems such as psoriasis and eczema.
  3. Black soap contains shea butter/ cocoa butter which both have strong moisturizing properties, enhancing the skin.
  4. Black soap improves the tone of the skin, making it firm and plump.
  5. Black soap is an excellent cleanser and make up remover
  6. Black soap helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and facial lines.
  7. Black soap can be used in place of shaving creams to remove unwanted hair or to shave mustache.

Ingredients in Pre-made Black Soap

The ingredients in pre-made black soap and their functions respectively are;
  1. Palm kernel Oil: This oil usually confused with palm oil,is gotten from the nuts of palm fruit. It is black in color and has a strong black smell. Popularly referred to as “kernel pomade” in the Southern part of Nigeria, it is used as cream to make skin soft.
  2. Plantain ash: it serves as the alkaline base of the soap.
  3. Shea Butter: nourishes and moisturizes the skin
  4. Honey: has antibacterial properties and improves the tone of the skin.
      Pre-made black soap can be used on its own after adding water, however, I love to customize mine to give me glowing skin. The ingredients for the black soap polish and their measurements are;

1.1  tbsp. of castor oil
2.1 tbsp.of olive oil
3.2 tbsp. of honey
4. A clenched fist size of pre-made black soap( bought from the market).
5.10 drops of carrot oil
6.1 tbsp. of kojic acid mixed in 50ml of water.

Kojic acid is gotten from the fermentation of rice.It is effective in lightening screen. It is a safe active ingredient found in most cosmetics. It lightens dark spots and improves the tone of the skin. It is a natural substance that has been proven to be free of carcinogens. It is relatively safe to use and it will not permanently alter your natural skin functions.

Carefully mix all ingredients by hand with a spatula in a glass jar. Do not use a blender or whisk or hand mixer to avoid creating bubbles, making it possible to get into a container. Pour into an air tight container and you are good to go.

The famous "Dudu Osun" is a black soap
You can try making yours today.
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Sunday, March 6, 2016

Almond Oil Lotion

I want to teach you how to make Almond oil Lotion but before that I want to quickly share this with you.
Just recently, a friend of a friend was diagnosed of cancer, skin cancer to be precise. It brought a wave of sadness and worry, because as a product junkie, I knew the handwriting was already on the wall- " Stop the usage of chemical- lade' cosmetics". I decided to take the "desire path" in skin care as other skin care therapist had, and I must confess, its been a worthwhile experience. Why not take this walk with me?

My go-to lotion is my custom made lotion consisting of;

1. Coconut oil, which makes my skin very soft and dissolves make up residue, has long lasting and anti- ageing benefits,

2. Cocoa butter; which fades scars, prevents oxidation of cells and soothening of sensitive skin.

3. Beeswax; used in skincare products to remove unwanted hairs.

4. Glycerine; Cleanser, toner, moisturizer, anti- acne, brightener, sunscreen and scar remover.

5. Sweet Almond oil: To treat eczema and psoriasis and remove sun tan. Almond oil is light and can easily penetrate deep into the skin, softening and breaking down dirts making it a good cleanser.

6.Vitamin E: Acts As a Moisturizer,. Reverses Premature Skin Aging, treats sunburns, lightens Dark Spots, Acts As A Cleansing Agent, heals Dry Fingernails and soothes pain from cold sores.

7.Aloe Vera: Anti- ageing, moisturizing, treating acne.

8. Vanilla: I absolutely love this.

Vanilla Fragrance

Beeswax and the plant waxes help to keep an emulsion from separating into its oil and liquid components, especially in cosmetics and personal care products that require a creamy consistency.

What you need


1/2 cup Almond oil. (Sweet almond).

1/4 cup coconut oil

1/4 cup beeswax pastilles.

1 teaspoon Vitamin E oil

2 tablespoon Cocoa butter

10 drops of rosewater

1 tbsp of aloe vera gel.

Coconut Oil
Vanilla fragrance


Sweet Almond Oil


1. Melt your beeswax and butters in a double boiler, then add the liquid oils and allow to melt.

2. Pour these oils into your blender and allow to cool.

3. While that is happening mix together the other liquids. You can use just aloe vera but the glycerine does add an extra silkiness. Aloe vera is great to add for sensitive skins.

4. In the bottom of the blender,it will appear to be setting but when you move the jug you see that it is still liquid though much thicker than when you first poured it in. Don’t let it over solidify, though there may be a small amount on the sides that is set. If so just get a small spatula or wooden chopstick and scrape it down – don’t worry if it looks a bit lumpy at this stage.

5. Now turn the blender on to a low speed and start to pour the waters in in a slow trickle. If the blender gets stuck turn it off, scrape the sides down with a spatula and turn it back on again adding a bit more of the water part at a time till the full amount is incorporated. After which the mixture should have a creamy look.

6. Mix in the vitamin E and pour into your containers.

The health benefit of Almond oil is proven in the 2007 Edition of the Journal of Cosmetics Dermatology thus:

"Topical almond applicaton is capable of preventing structural damage caused by UV irradiation and it was also found useful in deccelerating photoaging process."

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Skin Therapist Shares How To Make Carrot Oil

Carrot popularly referred to as "Karoto" by the Ancient Greeks is one of nature's greatest gift to humanity,no wonder an average person will consume 10,866 carrots in a lifetime.

Carrots are rich in nutrients such as vitamins A, beta-carotene(responsible for its orange color) and  a multitude of other antioxidants.. The taproot of carrot( the edible part) serves a variety of purposes. From health benefits related to consumption to cosmetic uses.

 They moisturize the skin ensuring a healthier and glowing skin. Carrots do not contain enough oils to make their own oil, carrot oil is made by infusing other types of natural oils with carrot pulp.

No 1
The benefits of carrot oil includes; rejuvenating the skin, anti- aging, protecting skin from sunburns and promoting an even skin tone. You don't have to break the bank to experience the wonderful benefits of carrot oil. Follow these steps and see your skin transformed.

No 2

What you will need:
  • A few carrot sticks
  • Olive or coconut oil
  • Grater or blender
  • A muslin cloth
  • Non  sticky pot
No 3
1. Wash and peel the carrots.

2. Julienne your carrots and put in a blender to blend till a thickened paste is formed.

3.Pour blended carrot into a non-sticky pan

4. Pour in any oil of your choice (olive oil or coconut oil.).I use olive oil most times.

5. Put your pot on low heat for 50 minutes to an hour.

6.When the infusion process is completed, pour the carrot pulp and oil mixture through a muslin cloth and strain to separate the oil.

7. Your carrot oil is ready.

N.B:Carrots contain 87% of water and hence, this oil should be used for short term. Incorporating this oil into body lotions or liquid soaps may lead to rancidity( after a period of time).

No 5

No 4

Carrot oil is obtained by soaking blendend carrots in organic oil.

Carrot oil has many beneficial and revivifying skin properties and can be added to face masks, moisturizers, lotions, night creams etc. I love to apply carrot oil on my skin in the mornings. How I love the " faux dark yellowish glow " it gives me!

It triggers the build up of new skin cells and ensures cell turnover to retain the skin's suppleness. A young looking, soft and smooth skin is what you get after continous use of this magic oil. It prevents irritations, alleviates irritated skin as well healing parched,rough and split skin. Carrot oil can be used by all for aesthetic purposes. However, pregnant women should consult their healthcare personnel before use.

For this DIY product, I infused 12 blended carrots into about 100ml of olive oil. I got about 40ml of oil after production. Have you made your carrot oil yet?

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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Scientifically Proven: Tee Tree Oil has Antifungal and Antibacterial Ability

The research on Tea Tree oil has been on for several decades now.

"A paradigm shift in the treatment of infectious diseases is necessary to prevent antibiotics becoming obsolete, and where appropriate, alternatives to antibiotics ought to be considered. There are already several non-antibiotic approaches to the treatment and prevention of infection, including probiotics, phages, and phytomedicines. 
Alternative therapies are viewed favorably by many patients because they are often not being helped by conventional therapy and they believe there are fewer detrimental side effects. In addition, many report significant improvement while taking complementary and alternative medicines. Unfortunately, the medical profession has been slow to embrace these therapies, and good scientific data are still scarce.

 However, as we approach the “postantibiotic era” the situation is changing. A wealth of in vitro data now supports the long-held beliefs that TTO has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. Despite some progress, there is still a lack of clinical evidence demonstrating efficacy against bacterial, fungal, or viral infections. Large randomized clinical trials are now required to cement a place for TTO as a topical medicinal agent."

"In general, the commercially available antiseptic TTO products showed antimicrobial activity that was equivalent to, or greater than the nonformulated TTO control. This suggests that the TTO within these products has retained its antimicrobial activity. Furthermore, the enhanced activity of the products may be attributed to other antimicrobial excipients within the products such as preservatives, or to synergistic antimicrobial interactions between the TTO and other product excipients. The observation that the commercially available antiseptic TTO products tested in this study retained adequate antimicrobial activity emphasizes the importance of considering how product bases and excipients may interact with the active compound during formulation to ensure efficacy of the final product. Finally, the current data suggest that these TTO products may also be active in vivo. However, this can only be determined through further studies and in clinical trials.

"Pseudomonas spp. are susceptible to TTO and some of its components although they are less susceptible than many other bacteria tested previously.'

'Tea tree oil has been shown to have activity against dermatophytes in vitro. We have conducted a randomized, controlled, double-blinded study to determine the efficacy and safety of 25% and 50% tea tree oil in the treatment of interdigital tinea pedis. One hundred and fifty-eight patients with tinea pedis clinically and microscopy suggestive of a dermatophyte infection were randomized to receive either placebo, 25% or 50% tea tree oil solution. Patients applied the solution twice daily to affected areas for 4 weeks and were reviewed after 2 and 4 weeks of treatment. 
There was a marked clinical response seen in 68% of the 50% tea tree oil group and 72% of the 25% tea tree oil group, compared to 39% in the placebo group. Mycological cure was assessed by culture of skin scrapings taken at baseline and after 4 weeks of treatment. The mycological cure rate was 64% in the 50% tea tree oil group, compared to 31% in the placebo group. Four (3.8%) patients applying tea tree oil developed moderate to severe dermatitis that improved quickly on stopping the study medication.'

Source: Pubmed

Monday, February 29, 2016

Lorraine Dallmeier of Formula Botanica on Making Anti Pollution Skinacare

Environmental pollution is a significant problem in many large cities around the world and anti-pollution skincare is a hot new trend coming out of Asia. A significant number of studies have examined the effects of pollution on the ageing of the skin and found some alarming results.
Pollutants are very diverse, from some airborne components such as Ozone or Nitrogen Dioxide to industrial residues such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and nanoparticles. The effect that these pollutants can have on the skin depends of course on the daily environmental exposure. This exposure will vary from location to location and between individuals. However, if you live in a large polluted city then it is very likely that your skin is being exposed to significant pollution every single day.

Effects of Pollution on the Skin

Researchers have found the following effects of pollution on the skin:
  • Ozone in photochemical smog appears to speed up skin ageing, by depleting Vitamin E levels in the skin, interfering with wound-healing processes and causing oxidative stress.
  • Skin exposed to pollution areas experiences a higher sebum secretion rate, when compared to non-polluted areas.
  • There is a tendency of the cutaneous pH to decrease when exposed to pollution. One study found a higher a significantly higher amount of lactic acid in the skin in polluted areas compared to non-polluted areas.
  • Squalene and vitamin E are the main antioxidants at the surface of the skin. Squalene is decreased in polluted areas, as this antioxidant is mobilised to combat oxidative stress in the skin. Low values of both these two antioxidants is normally associated with dry skin which may be a side effect of pollution.
  • Cholesterol in the skin is decreased when exposed to pollution.

Scientific studies into Pollution and Skin

Globally, studies have found a tendency to find more skin problems in the more polluted areas of the world. Research is still ongoing into the skin’s deep layers’ reactions to pollutants.
Skin Pollution Research in China
Anti-Pollution SkincareOne study was undertaken during summer 2008 in two different districts of Shanghai, on 159 local residents: 79 subjects from Xu Jia Hui (a centre Shanghainese area), more exposed to pollution, and 80 subjects from Chong Ming, an agricultural region closely located north of Shanghai (<100 kms) and less exposed to pollution, according to official data. Researchers then measured various skin parameters, and feedback from volunteers was collected through a questionnaire.
The study demonstrated significant differences in several biochemical parameters measured in the rural Chong Ming area, as compared to the urban Shanghai area, with an increased ratio of squalene/lipids, a lower level of lactic acid and a better cohesion of stratum corneum. Both sebum excretion rate and sebum casual levels did not differ between the two districts. The volunteer’s feedback suggested a perceived link between pollution and their skin problems.
Skin Pollution Research in Mexico
A similar clinical study was performed on 96 people in Mexico City (exposed to pollution) and 93 people in Cuernavaca (less exposed to pollution). Both biochemical and clinical skin parameters were studied.
The study demonstrated significant quantitative and qualitative modifications of parameters related to sebum excretion in Mexico City compared to Cuernavaca: the participants in Mexico City noticed an increased level of sebum excretion rate, a lower level of vitamin E and squalene in sebum, an increase of lactic acid and a higher erythematous index (redness) on the face of the subjects.

How to formulate Anti-Pollution Skincare

What is anti-pollution skincare? It will either include products that prevent skin damage caused by pollution, or products that rectify skin damage caused by pollution – or both.
When you’re formulating with the overall aim of providing anti-pollution skincare, you should aim to incorporate high antioxidant levels into the overall skincare product. Living in a highly polluted area means that often your skin may feel as if it has a thick layer of grime and grease on your skin, so gentle cleansing products will be important. You may also wish to account for higher levels of sebum production by formulating skincare which has a balancing effect on the oil levels of the skin. Barrier repair functionality is also a key point to consider, as cholesterol levels are low in the skin exposed to pollution. Some people may find that pollution has a drying effect on their skin given depleted antioxidant levels...
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Lorraine Dallmeier is a Biologist / Environmental Scientist and eLearning Entrepreneur. She is the Director of Formula Botanica, the world’s leading accredited Organic Cosmetic Science School for people wanting to launch or grow their organic skincare business. Over 1,600 students in 85+ countries have now followed Formula Botanica’s courses to make high performance, professional organic cosmetics.

Thursday, February 25, 2016

History of Oriflame Cosmetics: What is your Brand History?

Founded in 1967 by two brothers and their friend, Oriflame is now an international beauty company selling direct in more than 60 countries worldwide. The wide portfolio of Swedish, natural, innovative beauty products are marketed through a sales force of approximately 3.6 million independent consultants, who together create annual sales exceeding some €1.5 billion.

A Quick Fact About Oriflame

Around 1.5 billion Euros in annual sales.
Over 3 million Oriflame Consultants.
Operations in more than 60 countries.
Around 7,500 employees.
Wide portfolio of approximately 1,000 Swedish, nature-inspired, innovative beauty products
Catalogues distributed in 40 languages.
Global R&D Centre with more than 100 scientists.
Own production units in Sweden, Poland, China, Russia and India.
Co-founder of World Childhood Foundation.
Corporate offices in Luxembourg and Switzerland.
Listed on the Nasdaq OMX Exchange since March 2004.

Oriflame has a special formulations for different skin types.  They are know for good and effective products.
Do you have your own cosmetics line or planning to start one, I encourage you to work diligently to make it a success. Who knows your brand may be the next big story!!!

Kelly Dobos: Veteran Cosmetics Scientist

Kelly Dobos is a research chemist in the cosmetic industry.
She has published over 10 articles in well recognised media.
She has a cool job with Sun Chemicals and has the passion to teach.  She is a guest writer for Perry ||Romanosky's
Her Tweeter handle is @kellydobos.
Check her out and you can find something to learn from her.

Monday, February 22, 2016


The advent of “aromatherapy” has been attributed to both the Ancient Egyptians and Chinese over 4500 years ago, as scented plants and their products were used in religious practices, as medicines, perfumes, and embalming agents (Manniche, 1989, 1999), and to bring out greater sexuality (Schumann Antelme and Rossini, 2001).

But essential oils as such were unlikely to have been used. In Ancient Egypt, crude plant extracts of frankincense, myrrh, or galbanum, and so on were used in an oily vegetable or animal fat that was massaged onto the bodies of workers building the pyramids or the rich proletariat after their baths (Manniche, 1999). These contained essential oils, water-soluble 554 Handbook of Essential Oils extractives, and pigments. Incense smoke from resinous plant material provided a more sacrosanct atmosphere for making sacrifices, both animal and human, to the gods.

The incense was often mixed with narcotics like cannabis to anesthetize the sacrificial animals, especially with humans (Devereux, 1997). The frankincense extract in oils (citrusy odor) was entirely different to that burnt (church-like) in chemical composition (Arctander, 1960), and therefore would have entirely different functions.

Frankincense (Boswellia carterii; Boswellia thurifera) (Burseraceae), Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha; Balsamodendron myrrha; Balsamodendron opobalsamum) (Burseraceae), Labdanum (Cistus ladaniferus), Galbanum (Ferula galbaniflua), Styrax (Styrax officinalis), or Liquidambar orientalis, Balm of Gilhead (Commiphora opobalsamum), Sandalwood (Santalum album), and Opoponax (Opoponax chironium). Uses included various concoctions of kyphi, burnt three times a day to the sun god Ra: morning, noon, and sunset, in order for him to come back.

The ingredients included raisins, juniper, cinnamon, honey, wine, frankincense, myrrh, burnt resins, cyperus, sweet rust, sweet flag, and aspalanthus in a certain secret proportion (Loret, 1887; Manniche, 1989; Forbes, 1955), as shown on the walls of the laboratory in the temples of Horus at Edfu and Philae. Embalming involved odorous plants such as juniper, cassia, cinnamon, cedarwood, and myrrh, together with natron to preserve the body and ensure safe passage to the afterlife. The bandages in which the mummy was wrapped were drenched in stacte (oil of myrrh) and sprinkled with other spices (for further descriptions and uses, see Lis-Balchin, 2006).

The Chinese also used an incense, hsiang, meaning “aromatic,” made from a variety of plants, with sandalwood being particularly favored by Buddhists. In India, fragrant flowers including jasmine and the root of spikenard giving a sweet scent were used. The Hindus obtained cassia from China and were the first to organize trading routes to Arabia where frankincense was exclusively found. The Hebrews traditionally used incense for purification ceremonies. The use of incense probably spread to Greece from Egypt around the eighth century bc.

The Indians of Mesoamerica used copal, a hard, lustrous resin, obtained from pine trees and various other tropical trees by slicing the bark (Olibanum americanum). Copal pellets bound to corn-husk tubes would be burnt in hollows on the summits of holy hills and mountains, and these places, blackened by centuries of such usage, are still resorted to by today’s Maya in Guatemala (Janson, 1997) and used medicinally to treat diseases of the respiratory system and the skin. Anointing also involves incense (Unterman, 1991).

Queen Elizabeth II underwent the ritual in 1953 at her coronation, with a composition of oils originated by Charles I: essential oils of roses, orange blossom, jasmine petals, sesame seeds, and cinnamon combined with gum benzoin, musk, civet, and ambergris were used (Ellis, 1960). Similarly, musk, sandalwood, and other fragrances were used by the Hindus to wash the effigies of their gods, and this custom was continued by the early Christians.

This probably accounts for the divine odor frequently reported when the tombs of early Christians were opened (Atchley and Cuthbert, 1909). The Christian Church was slow to adopt the use of incense until medieval times, when it was used for funerals (Genders, 1972). The reformation reversed the process as it was considered to be of pagan origin but it still survives in the Roman Catholic Church. Aromatic substances were also widely used in magic (Pinch, 1994).

Source: Handbook of Essential oils.


Sunday, February 21, 2016

Decornel: A Substitute for Beads in Skincare Formulations?

The Sasol SHEER AND INNOCENT family of products now has a new member: DECORNEL.
When it comes to body care, your customers don’t want any compromises – they only want the best. Purity, safety, high-level performance, peace of mind – all this and more is what you’ll get with DECORNEL.

We have unlocked the potential of natural gas to provide an outstanding wax bead solution that provides constant quality for your beauty product. With a strong focus on the preservation of natural resources, we are paving the way to a greener future – for your business too. 
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Source: Cosmetics Business.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Tanzania Model is the New Face of Maybelline

Tanzanian model Herieth Paul is the new face of Maybelline.
Born and raised in Dares Salaam, Tanzania, Paul moved over to Canada when she was 14 years old before being scouted at 16 years old. In June 2010 she was signed to Women Management which saw her posing for top photographers including Steven Meisel, David Sims and Ellen von Unwerth, as well as appearing in global editions of Vogue, Teen Vogue, i-D, Dazed + Confused, LOVE, Elle, Allure, Glamour and Le Monde.
She has also walked the runways for Proenza Schouler, Stella McCartney, Balmain, Tom Ford, Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Rag & Bone, Rodarte, Giles Deacon, Rick Owens, Carolina Herrera, Philip Lim, DKNY and Derek Lam, in addition to being the face of Tom Ford, Polo Ralph Lauren, cK One, The Gap, Diesel, Edun, and Rodarte.
Commenting on the appointment, Leonardo Chavez, Global Brand President of Maybelline New York Worldwide said: “Herieth has an incredible aura; she is smart, strikingly beautiful and has a lovely personality. In photographs she captivates you with her beauty and in person she exudes a refreshing and unpretentious gorgeousness which women around the world will be able to relate to.”
Speaking about her new role as a brand ambassador Paul said: she is “honoured to be able to work for Maybelline and is grateful to be given such an amazing opportunity. I love the values of the brand. "Make It Happen" falls right in line with how I live. I have been truly blessed and afforded so many great opportunities and I am thrilled to be part of a brand that celebrates strong, confident and beautiful women around the world.”