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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK - PHOTOSHOOT & BEHIND THE SCENE FOR SLEEK NIGERIA WEBSITE

Being a Content Creator / Social Media Strategist for Sleek Nigeria has been interesting, recently the company scheduled a photoshoot to relaunch her website www.sleeknigeria.com .  I had been asked earlier to be in the shoot, but I was weighing a lot of things attached and I didn't take it serious. We had set things in place, the photographers were around, I was gearing up to conduct the shoot, show my creative side to the models and photographer as a creative director, until I was asked to join the shoot *wow! "You have very good skin, I like your chin and your jaw, you will make a good model", I was abit shy, but I finally agreed, all the photos of me were perfect and the rest is pictures:



I love this headband concept! thanks to our creative boss who came up with this concept! This particular picture is on the billboard opposite Silverbird galleria VI Lagos L-R :Me, Chioma &Nini




Chioma
Me: Uju (You can contact me for your product launch and endorsement deals *winks* I can be your muse or face of your brand)

Nini

Sumi Photography





Really I can't just let out some raw pictures here, but everybody involved in the shoot were amazing, It took us 8 hours to setup, makeup, pose, brainstorm and conclude this shoot. For more uncut pictures, you can follow @sumionaoruwa @divauju and @sleekstudiong on IG most importantly visit www.sleeknigeria.com

Photography - Sumi Onagoruwa and Shifi Shutterz
Makeup - Uche & Dauda for Sleek Nigeria
Models - Uju Lilian Ikebune , Nini Ugo, Chioma Ugochukwu, Stella and Dian 
Makeup Location - Sleek Studio 
Photo shoot Location - Resource Center at Sleek Studio Square Mall located on 141 Ahmadu Bello Way Victoria Island Lagos Nigeria 

What do you think about the makeup, the concept and the shoot in general? Which was your best set of picture?

If you like this beautiful space where the pictures were taken, for your video shoot, pre wedding photo shoot, Music video shoot, wedding reception or any kind of event, please contact me on 08060332021.















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  1. You looked buriful! The Pictures are lovely.

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  2. Yea. Saw it at the billboard at ur office. I proudly told my colleagues thats my friend over there. You go girl!! The best of you is yet to unfold!!

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    1. Awww! Thanks dear, with this comment, I feel motivated to do more and keep making U and my generation proud. Thanks again Viv

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