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Uju Marshall, Chika Emmanuella headline the Olori Beauty Campaign | Remi Adetiba Photography

Angel Obasi



Olori is an African natural affordable luxe hair, bath, body & beauty company based in Nigeria. To help let her voice be heard in the beauty industry, the brand collaborated with renowned Photographer Remi Adetiba along with a cast of beautifully diverse group of models.

From Davina Akpuru and Chika Emmanuella to freckled, fresh-faced Ugochi Ihezue and the exceptional Uju Marshall, these women were carefully selected to help reinforce the richness and variety of African beauty and bring the Olori brand to life.

The Olori, is a modern, versatile woman of royal descent. She accepts only the best that nature has to offer, and Olori beauty products strive to keep that promise.

DamageBeGone is the full-scale haircare range of Olori consisting of a range of products such as the best-selling Deep Conditioning & Restorative Treatment, the Conditioning Shampoo with Argan Oil and the Happy Hair Butter for daily hairdressing & upkeep.

The shoot showcased elegance, regal and African beauty in an undeniable way, a true reflection of the name Olori.

Check out the campaign photos

Olori products are available across a range of retail outlets within Nigeria.

Photography: Remi Adetiba | @remiadetiba
Creative Direction: Remi Adetiba | @remiadetiba + Toyin Odulate | @oloricosmetics
Models: Uju Marshall | @ujumarshall, Davina Akpuru | @Davinaakpuru, Ugochi Ihezue (BETH)| @ugochiihezue, Chika Emmanuella (BETH) | @chika7star
Hair + Makeup: Debola Falana (DFalana Artistry) | @dfalanaartistry
Styling: Ifueko Igiehon | @ifuekoigiehon

Angel is a Fashion and Style blogger and loves to be described as a woman with creativity and grace. Angel is a Mass Communication graduate with a degree from North American University. All things Fashion, Beauty and Architectural Designs are her thing.Follow her on Instagram @styleconnaisseur


  1. The Real Oma

    May 23, 2017 at 1:06 pm

    Such lovely pictures.
    I hope the products are affordable Olori?

  2. xo

    May 23, 2017 at 1:17 pm

    but these models are on weaves..

    • funmilola

      May 23, 2017 at 2:02 pm

      Abi ooo, maybe they think we are mumu.
      Just take a look around, we’ve got beautiful girls with natural hair(relaxed or unrelaxed) and they couldn’t use them as models. Imagine buying the products and applying it on artificial hair, isn’t that waste of money?

    • this is crazy

      October 25, 2017 at 4:42 pm

      as innnnn!!!

  3. Nneka

    May 23, 2017 at 2:10 pm

    So Olori could not find ladies with natural hair in the whole of Lagos to feature in her campaign eh? I will boycott this product for the simple reason that the manufacturer was not confident enough to showcase Nigerian hair haba! If she had asked for models on social media (Instagram for instance), lots of ladies with luscious healthy natural hair would have volunteered for free.

  4. MurdaSheWrote

    May 23, 2017 at 6:33 pm

    Uju Marshall, the model in the last picture has natural hair and it’s short n not curly but I don’t know why they didn’t let her use her natural kinky hair. It was not enough for them? Or not as put together? We are not enough for them. Our hair is not good enough. Hmm.

  5. kpomkwem

    May 24, 2017 at 3:13 pm

    What with all these foreign sounding surnames, inferiority complex? People are so shameless these days: not only are they bleaching their skin to look very different from how God made them, but also wiping away their biggest cultural identity, which is one’s surname…

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