The fourth edition of the World PR Media Luxury Beauty Brunch kicked off at the wonderful ORIKI Spa with its first speaker, Tope Omai, Founder of the Mystiquee Perfumery. Tope educated the guests on the specific “notes” and the variety of “essential oils” required to make perfumes, as well as her trips to places like France to source for some of those “raw essences”. Truly the speech on the “art of perfumery” was quite enlightening and our special guests came prepared to ask a series of questions.
Enquiries were made on challenges encountered in the “World of Fragrance/Perfume making? To which she replied that – customs related issues were a “fixable” barrier amongst the normal challenges faced by the normal business man/woman but her passion far supersedes any possible challenge.
The Zaron experience added the much needed “beauty tips/tricks” to the brunch, Brunching guests (who were catered for by the Hospitality Partner Casper and Gambinis Nigeria) were shown (with the help of a volunteer model) techniques on how to improve their make-up application regime. Products like Zaron’s Eye Brow Definer & Zaron Matte Lipstick were used and also gifted to the Luxury Beauty Brunch guests.
Some brief speeches were given by spokesperson for Mahnoush Beauty Place, Moriam Musa and the Founder of the Stephanie Nicholas Beauty & Wellness, Stephanie Kalu Uche which concentrates on the range of services provided by their various brands emphasized on the reason for her decision to make her range of products “fragrance-free”.
Other perfume houses on ground like “Supreme Bouquet” bosses Mariam Afolabi and Helen Akinbamiyorin also ensured the guests sampled their perfumes whilst taking them through the journey of how they started their line of perfumes.
The “fabulously fun” aspect of the brunch had guests drawing a picture of their favourite perfume bottle in the “art meets beauty” competition. The organisers use this segment of the brunch to conduct a market research based on their theme. Best Touch of Red and Best “Beauty Meets Brain” session were also picked, these aspects of the brunch always add fun touches to the brunch. The host, Layole Oyatogun who wore an Elegante by Tiannah outfit gave the following highlights “Our partners helped us to deliver an excellent brunch and we thank Cointreau for making sure our guests were refreshed with chilled cocktails, Gala Rosa wines for ensuring our glasses were filled, our hospitality partner Casper and Gambinis Nigeria Aralia by Nature for our beautiful flowers, Prive Events, House of Doughnuts, Luxury Pictures, Pure Cosmetics, Aweni Organics for our gorgeous goody boxes and our special Host partner ORIKI Spa.”
We are also glad that with the help of our media partners like Vanguard Allure, EM, Pulse Ng, 360NoBS, Complete Fashion’s Beauty Box, Sotectonic, Omogemura, Glam Squad Magazine, Tribe and Elan and also the Media Division of World PR Media, the relevant profiling of stakeholders in the beauty industry will continue to grow.
Enjoy the pictures from the Luxury Beauty Brunch