The organizers of annual Ghana MakeUp Awards and Africa Makeup and Beauty Fair event has released the lineup activities for this year’s event.
The weeklong event set to promote and celebrate best practices in the makeup business will run from April 23 to 29.
The theme for the year is: “Makeup and Beauty – Catalyst for National and Economic Development,” this is to properly project the economic impact of the makeup and beauty industry in Ghana, with emphasis on its importance in creating and empowering female entrepreneurs.
Ms Rebecca Donkor, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Founder, Makeup Ghana, speaking at a media briefing in Accra said activities outlined cover all aspects of the industry, embracing its national scope and its role in empowering both individual and corporate entrepreneurs within and outside the country.
She said from April 23rd to 24th there would be regional activities nationwide to celebrate the makeup and beauty industry to create awareness and offer services to customers.
On April 25th, 26th and 27th there is going to be the Africa Makeup and Beauty Fair at the La Palm Royal Beach where there would be seminars to treat topics that are relevant to the industry, exhibitions and live demos.
Ms Donkor said there would also be a runway show which would be used to educate the public to know the type of makeup to wear at any given point in time.
The event would be climax on April 28th with the second edition of the Ghana Makeup Awards to be held at Kempinski Gold Coast City in Accra to continue the mission of fostering excellence in the industry.
The Awards would celebrate pioneers, leading professionals and upcoming talents within the industry as well as businesses and brands who are contributing to the economic growth of the country.
Makeup Ghana aims to create a unified platform that brings together makeup professionals, brands, beauty retailers as well as fashion and beauty content creators in Ghana under one umbrella to synergise and drive the industry.
The organisation seeks to achieve its targets through series of advocacy and consumer education campaigns, consultation services, training and capacity building for professional development of practitioners and artists.