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Stunning Ghanaian Model Nana Afua Antwi features in Revlon Campaign



Ghanaian born British model and former Britain’s Next Top Model of Colour, Nana Afua Antwi featured in a new campaign for Revlon.

The mahogany model locks down the Revlon ad campaign this year which is set for the brand’s international market.

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Nana Afua has set the bar for other commercial models like herself in the past years, headlining mainstream campaigns for Models of Colour in the UK. Nana Afua was also recently the face for FOREO, a Swedish skincare range for healthy skin.

The model expressed the challenges of having the right mindset to fit in the industry especially for commercial models saying, “As a model its been hard to maintain just one look especially with my hair. You have to be versitile to meet the expectations of your client“, and we have to say she’s doing a great job at it, she looks stunning!

We congratulate her on this feat and look forward to more good news!

Photography: Angus Thompson
Hair & Makeup: Jessica Owen
Model: Nana Afua Antwi

Eki is the Editor for BellaNaija Style and Lifestyle Editor for She has a Vogue Fashion Certificate from Conde Nast College of Fashion & Design and also attended Central Saint Martins, London College of Fashion and the University of Kent. Eki headed the Design Operations at a top Nigerian womenswear fashion brand before finding love at BellaNaija Style. Eki loves all things creative. Follow her on Instagram @ekiogunbor BellaNaija Style: [email protected] | @bellanaijastyle BellaNaija Beauty: @bellanaijabeauty BellaNaija Living: [email protected] | @bellanaijaliving


  1. KukuaAsamoah

    April 25, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    Ermmmm….I am sorry BUT this is not something worth celebrating. In an era where ‘creamy crack’/perm is doing SO MUCH damage to the health of so many black women, I would have been happier seeing her as the face of a brand that promotes healthy hair not ‘creamy crack’ hair. I stopped relaxing my hair 15 years ago but my scalp has still not recovered from Revlon and other ‘creamy crack’ brands so NO I am no advocate of perm.
    Let’s face it, relaxer sales have gone down significantly so ‘creamy crack’ brands are by ‘fire and by force’ trying to revive their sales by pulling all the punches such as this.
    Well done Nana though for landing this deal BUT please can you use your influence to get Revlon to look into healthy hair options for our hair.

  2. Toyin

    April 25, 2016 at 4:59 pm

    Looks like a weave. Rather have it look more like her own hair. Congrats to her


    April 25, 2016 at 8:02 pm

    @Kukua, to each his own. @Toyin that was my first observation. Why not her hair?

  4. Tamara Jones

    April 27, 2016 at 10:49 pm

    ..I thought it was weave but that’s actually her natural hair relaxed. Watch the behind scene of the shoot on her IG page. .. Beautiful girl tho!

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