Nigerian Celebrities With Their Own Makeup and Skincare Brands

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It’s not new that celebrities love a good side hustle. Toke Makinwa, Ini Edo are just few of the many celebrities who have released their own makeup and skincare brands. But they’re not the first famous faces to get into the beauty game. We’ve rounded up 6 Nigerian celebrities that have successfully made their way into the beauty game.

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Beauty by AD

Beauty by AD is a Nigerian cosmetic brand d founded by Adeola Adeyemi, popularly known as “Diadem” in November, 2016. The cosmetic brand is fast growing and produces an expanding variety of luxurious and unique beauty products to suit and boost every woman’s confidence.

Toke Makinwa Beauty

TM Beauty is owned by renowned Nigerian radio personality – Toke Makinwa. Talking about her newly launched cosmetic company “As a child, my first introduction to makeup was my mothers vanity set. She didn’t wear a lot of products but her red lipstick was right at the center of it all. She could go from bare to red in a heart beat. The very first makeup I wore was lipstick and everyone who knows mw, knows how much I love lip colors. I am releasing my first srt of products from the Toke Makinwa Beauty Company. There would be many more products made with love to come stay tuned.

Chika Cosmetics

Chika cosmetics is owned by Nigerian actress Chika Ike. Chika believes that every woman deserves to blossom into the best version of herself, beautiful and confident in herself regardless of what life throws at you.

Michelle Beauty

Founded by Michelle Gentry – daughter to Nigerian actress Mercy Aigbe. Michelle Beauty products sold are animal cruelty free and 100% vegan.

Dabota Cosmetics

Dabota Cosmetics is founded by former Nigerian beauty queen, Dabota Lawson. The cosmetic brand offers a variety of products from foundations to lip gloss. According to the brand her cosmetic products are paraben free, Hypo -allergenic, allergy tested and non-comedogenic.

The Black Skin Bible

The Black Skin Bible is founded by Dorcas Shola Fapson. Established in 2020 the skincare line is inspired by her own personal struggle with problematic skin. The unisex luxury skincare line is tailored to melanin skin which consists of various products that help combat acne, blemishes and marks promoting healthy, natural glowing skin.

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