I am so proud of Eva Alordiah. In recent times, she opened up about her battle with depression and how she won that battle. You can read the article titled, A SELF TRAVELLED PATH OUT OF DEPRESSION, PLUS 17 THINGS YOU CAN DO NOW TO BEGIN TO ENJOY LIFE AGAIN.
Now, she is focused delivering a very clearly defined and brand that is responsive to the needs of the marketplace through her music and beauty products and services.
Today, she announced the launch of her new TV show and beauty video series. See details below. Keep shining Eva.
This is Huge for me!!! I officially introduce you to my New TV show and Beauty Video series “111 Women Of Color” 2016.
It has always been my dream to teach Every Nigerian woman the Beautiful Art of Makeup, as I believe every girl should be equipped with the proper skills and indepth knowledge of the arts.
Now this month of May, which is Makeup Month for us, I would be Teaching 111 Women for Free in a special 1 Day Master course through 11 Days!
These One hundred and Eleven (111) women would also get a Complete Makeover by me and an exclusive Photo shoot by talented professional Photographers
If you are selected, You would be also be interviewed and Featured in the TV series and Beauty Magazine “111 Women Of Color” by Eva Alordiah
And here’s the big one, 11 Lucky Women would be randomly selected from all 111 to take our ADVANCED MASTER COURSE worth N165,000 absolutely Free!
We are selecting 111 Women starting now by Ballot voting. Cast a ballot vote now and get a chance to take this incredible Journey with me.Each Ballot entry costs N1110, please register only once.
Visit www.111womenofcolor.evaalordiah.com for details.
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