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Nassali Kiggundu, The Brand of Royalty

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Currently the face of Fashion Fair, the largest black- owned cosmetic company in the world; Nassali Kiggundu is a brand that exemplifies royalty.
 
Born of Ugandan blood and being raised in California wasn’t always so easy. She endured childhood adversities because of her unique look and above average physique. Initially, the effects of being bullied painted her perception of beauty in a negative light. Post- high school graduation, Nassali began to embrace her-self with a new state of confidence and subsequently became a role model to younger women who felt their image was under-represented. In conversation, Nassali realized that the young women she mentored were lacking self-confidence and the love for their bodies as she once did as a child. As a result, Nassali built the motivation to make a difference in society’s tainted perception of beauty. Her mentorship then evolved into an ongoing campaign with a plethora of internationally based goals.
 
Nassali’s face is nationally recognized in Macy’s department stores as well as publications in Ebony, Jet, Vibe and Essence magazines. As her career continues to flourish, her passions for fashion, cooking, and motivational speaking will soon be available to the general public.
 
In her upcoming book, Nassali’s reveals how she was discovered working as a Barista at a Starbucks in Beverly Hills.
 

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