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Celebrity stylist Lao To, beauty vlogger Contawi transform 3 lucky winners for Shopee Makeover Madness

In time for the Shopee Super Fashion and Beauty Sale on April 26, Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, launches a 3-part mini web series called Shopee Makeover Madness on Facebook from April 24 to 26. 

Celebrity stylist Lao To, beauty vlogger Contawi transform 3 lucky winners for Shopee Makeover Madness

Shopee Makeover Madness is an exciting social media contest where three lucky participants, Lilibeth Hernandez, Adrian Olivarez, and Aprille Gelera, nominated by their friends and family will get an all-expenses-paid makeover from popular celebrity fashion stylist, Myrrh Lao To and Beauty Vlogger Raiza Contawi.

One of the winners, Aprille Gelera, is a single mother who lost her husband in an accident only a year after their marriage. She now has a beautiful three-year-old boy and she also takes care of her mother. 

Users can find out more about Aprille and the other winner’s stories by catching the series on Shopee’s Facebook page from April 24 to 26. 

Happening on April 26, the Shopee Super Fashion and Beauty Sale will feature 24 hours of storewide sales, flash deals, and free shipping with a lower minimum spend of ₱199. Users can expect countless fashion and health and beauty shops selling make-up, fragrances, personal care products, women’s apparel, and accessories with discounts up to 90% off. 

For more information about the Shopee Makeover Madness, click here. 

Don’t forget to check out the Shopee Super Fashion and Beauty Sale on April 26 at https://shopee.ph/m/super-fashion-beauty-sale.

Visit the Shopee website at https://shopee.com or download the Shopee app for free via the App Store or Google Play.

Topics: Shopee Super Fashion and Beauty Sale , Shopee Makeover Madness , Shopee , Myrrh Lao To , Raiza Contawi
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