The ‘Infinite Style’ Event: How To Brand Yourself


The ‘Infinite Style’ event: Look the part! Feel the part!

Nothing says elegance than a woman who knows that she is beautiful and she can even be more beautiful. It’s simply a matter of appreciating yourself and growing your confidence. Confidence makes a woman unbeatable and very sexy and we all know a confident woman is a powerful woman!

Public image Africa – a specialist training company that provides a range of training services including image building, personal branding, business etiquette and business skills, customer service, networking skills, media relations, public speaking and presentation skills – has organized the first ever ladies personal branding and networking forum.

The event dubbed ‘Infinite Style’ which will be held on the 15th of April at the Intercontinental Hotel will see top image personalities discussing matters of personal image and grooming training exclusive to the ladies.

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Some of the areas that will be covered include:

1. Ladies Etiquette and Personal Branding by Host Derek Bbanga. Derek is mostly known for his appearance on the fashion watch show that is aired on Citizen TV every Saturday night. He is also a strategic communication skills and image strategist. Mr. Bbanga has helped his many clients develop an image and brand that truly represents who they are and how they want to be seen. His talk will dwell on some of these areas:

a) Developing confidence and poise through having good manners
b) How to break your worst body language habits
c) 10 Etiquette Mistakes you’re Probably Making
d) Exuding confidence at the workplace

2. Dressing your body shape and Grooming by Connie Aluoch.

Connie is an award winner established fashion stylist 2014 and she specializes in image and etiquette training & styling in fashion pages for publications, sourcing wardrobe for TV production and advertisements. Her session will cover some of these topics:
a) A surprising way to get rid of those little bumps on your armpits
b) 10 outfits that will never go out of style
c) 7 style rules for looking better in your clothes
d) How to dress for your body shape
e) 7 grooming mistakes ladies make at work

3. Make-up Essentials and Skin Care by Kangai, Bellesa Africa:

Kangai Mwiti is a makeup artist. She provides makeup services for brides, events, advertising etc. She also has a YouTube channel where she shows women how to properly apply makeup. She will be discussing:

a) How to Match Foundation to Skin Tone
b) How to pick the right lipstick for your skin tone
c) How to Apply Makeup in Just 8 Steps
d) 3 Beauty Products You Can Replace with Coconut Oil
e) 5 Beauty Products You Use, But Probably Shouldn’t
f) What your make up says about you

4. Hair Styling and Care by Maureen Murunga, Founder Amadiva Salon:

Maureen Murunga previously worked with Barclays bank in Johannesburg but quit her job to pursue her passion for beauty. There’s more to life than hair, but it’s a good place to start. She will be giving tips on how to maintain your hair in the right way and will be covering:

a) 5 ways you’re damaging your hair
b) 5 tricks for managing natural hair
c) The natural-hair trick you can’t live without
d) 10 drop-dead gorgeous ways to style short hair
e) How to choose the perfect haircut for your hair texture & face shape
f) 10 hairstyles that make you look 10 years younger
g) 6 hairstyles to make you feel young and beautiful

5. Fitness and Nutrition by Jane Mukami.

Described as Kenyan’s fit girl who is changing lives a kilo at a time, Jane Mukami’s passion revolves around helping others on their fitness and health journey. Jane’s session will discuss some of the issues in fitness and health management including:

a) How much should you be exercising each week?
b) Tricks to getting the ideal body weight
c) How giving up sugar and meat changed her life
d) 30 reasons why you’re getting fat
e) 8 ways to lose weight without trying
f) The diet to help you lose 1kg this week
g) Potatoes are not the enemy; here are 9 healthy ways to eat them

6. Body love and Style by Fashion Blogger Anita Mogere.

Anita Mogere is a plus size style blogger for From curves with love. She is also a natural hair enthusiast and some of the topics she will discuss include:
a) Pretty for a Dark-Skinned Girl; cultivating self-love in the face of colorism
b) 5 Ways to Boost Your Body Image (Without Going on a Diet)
c) A guide to getting the perfect turban head wrap
d) How to add a pop of colour to any outfit
e) 10 tips for dressing a curvy body
f) Learn to love you’re your curves; body positivity
g) Embrace your body shape to gain confidence
h) Body Image, Confidence and finding confidence
i) 10 Outfits That Will Never Go Out of Style

7. Lintons Beauty World – Clinique Consultant

a) This Is the One Product You Need to Get Rid of Cystic Acne
b) These Dermatologist-Approved Beauty Products Are Super- Safe to Use When You’re Pregnant
c) 5 stretch marks stereotypes you should stop believing
d) 11 of the Best Beauty Products You Can Find at the Drugstore
e) How Celebrities Really Prep Their Skin in the Morning
f) Looking for the Best Acne-Fighting Treatment?
g) 10 ways to have more gorgeous skin in 2016

Those are just some of the topics that will be discussed in the event that will raise up a platform for ambitious career women to interact with image experts and get life changing tips on how to create a look that will help exude their confidence.

Tickets are retailing at Kshs 5,000 and it is important to note that no money shall be collected at the entrance.

Payments should be made through:

Mpesa Paybill number: 998190

Account Number: (Your full name)

“A lady should be two things; fierce and fabulous.”

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