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BN Beauty: “The Fruit of the Bloom” Campaign | HorploadWorks Photography & David Sucre



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Want to stay healthy and beautiful? Then its time for you to eat right!

Promoting healthy living and peoples’ choices to live better by eating better, Makeup Artist David Onyedike teamed up with HorploadWorks Creative Director, Tope Adenola, to create the ‘Eat Healthy Look Healthy’ Campaign tagged “Fruit of the Bloom“.

The inspiration is the beauty in strawberries, pears, oranges, grapes and all the fruits around us. According to the creators (with words by The Style Infidel for ChicNiCity) –

Each look references an adrenaline gush of colour portrayed by fruits with the sole aim of preaching this sermon – staying healthy will never go out of style!

The campaign is filled with a fruity-fun vibe with models rocking vibrant makeup, themed with the fruits they carry.

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Photo Credit
Photography: Tope Adenola (TopeHORPLOAD/ HorploadsWorks) | Website: | Facebook: Horpload Works
Makeup: David Onyedike (David Sucre) | Twitter: @davesucre

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  1. Shola Animashaun

    May 10, 2014 at 4:56 pm

    I love the concept of eating healthy. The images are lovely too. Good teamwork.

  2. Salimah Amolegbe

    May 11, 2014 at 1:14 am

    Wow I love d concept and creativity


    May 11, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    David is an amazing makeup artist and a talented teacher too. I learnt under him at MUD, unfortunately he started training us towards the end of our course but what we learnt in one lesson with David was more than we had in the last six classes.

  4. Cece

    May 11, 2014 at 7:19 pm

    Nice concept, but I think African fruits like mangoes, agbalumo/odara, etc could’ve been used. This is too western

    • MyDamnComment

      May 13, 2014 at 10:16 pm

      Spot On Cece. We know African fruits are healthy as well, so why not include them?

      I love that a Nigerian make up artist finally did something that isn’t the regular bridal makeup. This as a whole, is different in a way. nice one

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