ADORABLE GENEVIEVE NNAJI SPOTTED AT MUD STUDIOS

Charming actress and Nigeria’s sweetheart, Genevieve Nnaji was seen at the MUD (Make-up designory) studios in Lekki, recently. Genevieve got herself an endorsement deal as brand ambassador of the company in 2010 and has without doubts, been able to carry on the image of the company professionally well. Let’s keep our fingers crossed on what will be the outcome of this meeting. All we know is the star always has one major thing or the other going for her.

 

 

MUD is a make-up product manufacturing company driven with the passion to create flawless, long-lasting, quality make-up looks via distinct, skin-friendly applications that meets each customer at their unique, individual points.

 

 

One of the highest point of her career was been mentioned on the Oprah Winfrey show as one of the most famous women around the world, in the Nigerian category. Genevieve’s giant strides have taken her from actress to model (she was Face of Lux in 2004, and has featured in commercials for the products, Pronto beverage, Omo detergent and the Zaid Barazi-directed commercial for Luna Milk to mention but a few), singer and entrepreneur – with her clothing line, St. Genevieve, launched in May 2008. Despite all these outstanding feats, acting is where her heart is. Amongst the very phenomenal movies she has starred in are Ije (The Journey); a movie by the NYFA-schooled Chineze Xandria Anyaene, Letters to a Stranger, Silent Scandal and Bursting Out.

 

Isn’t Genny just adorable in these pictures from the Luna Milk ad?

 

The commercial is a really brilliant one. Play to watch it.

 


*NYFANew York Film Academy

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