Our latest guest in our What’s In Her Bag’ Series is Obiageli Ajaero, beauty consultant, entrepreneur and sole brand distributor of the American beauty brand- Essence De Beaute.
So what does a beauty consultant/entrepreneur carry around in her bag? Let’s find out shall we?
#Name: Obiageli Ajaero
#Occupation : Entrepreneur – (marketing and distribution of lubricants, procurement and supplies) and an American brand beauty brand, ESSENCE DE BEAUTE
#Your bag today: The Versace Altea Vanitas quilted handbag in black.
#How do you store your handbags?: In the cloth material sacks that comes with the bags on my bag shelves in my room.
#Favourite Quote : You cannot expect to keep doing the same thing and hope for a different result, think smart and be innovative. (I sing it like a song to my staff and children).
#what’s in your bag? My handbag normally has my glasses case, my make up and vanity bag, my wallet, ATM card holder, complimentary cards and a bunch of keys.
#Bags or shoes? -Both
#Favorite bag designer(s) : Chanel, LV and Versace
#If I looked inside your refrigerator, what would I find? If it’s the refrigerator in my room, you will find an assortment of facial creams and water.
#Love or Money? :Both, realistically speaking both are necessary but if forced to choose I will go with love.
#What should every woman try at least once in her life? INDEPENDENCE (this topic is broad but to know who you are and what you want in life, this is needed).
#What is on your bookshelf? I have a wide a range, My bible,Christian books, Romance, Historicals, Motivational and believe it even a Koran. I am a curious soul!
#3 things on your bucket list? I want to redesign my mum’s house in and out, I want to buy my house in Ikoyi and build a house for my son.
#What item in your closet do you wear the most? That is difficult, my nighties.
#what’s on your nightstand? A sachet with Rosaries, complimentary cards, hair bands and vanity case.
#One thing you wish you knew when you were younger? That you cannot change a person’s character.
#What was cool when you were young that you still think is cool? Our National Anthem, if we could only be true to it.
#What do you think Naija parents should stop teaching their children?: I truly cannot answer that, every parent teaches their child or children what they value, telling them to stop is judging them.