Nigerian actress, Beverly Naya, continues to spread the message of self love and inner beauty whilst promoting black beauty through her campaign dubbed 'Fifty Shades Of Black', which serves as a platform to encourage young black girls and women to love and embrace their skin tone.
In case you missed the first campaign, read more here.
The actress unveiled the latest edition of her campaign on social media through a post stating:
“Sometime mid last year I decided to start a campaign called #FiftyShadesOfBlack. The original purpose of the campaign was to encourage women and young girls to see beauty in all shades of black because there is no hierarchy of beauty determined by complexion in my opinion. I began to think deeply about how I could strengthen this campaign and with each day on this journey, I came to realise that black beauty equates to much more than what we see on the outside, it starts from within. I thought to myself, if I’m able to inspire young girls, even if its just one to love themselves from within then in turn they will teach others. The campaign has now evolved into something deeper, something that is not only befitting of young girls out there but it has taught me how to accept myself, flaws and all. #FiftyShadesOfBlack is an empowering campaign that teaches young girls about self esteem, self worth, self confidence and self love because possessing these four qualities will lead to stronger secure women who see beauty for much more than what the media portrays.
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