Miss Cayman Islands to stay glammed up with Le Visage
Luxury skincare and beauty boutique, Le Visage, recently announced it that it would sponsor Miss Cayman Islands, Anika Conolly.
The sponsorship will see Conolly receiving skincare treatments, make-up and other beauty treatments and products in the run up to her participation in the Miss Universe pageant in November 2017.
The sponsorship comes at an opportune time for a busy Conolly, who has engagements almost daily before she appears on the big stage in November.
Le Visage’s sponsorship will fulfil many Conolly’s needs, offering skincare, make-up, haircare, fragrance, bath and body products and suncare needs, as well as accessories.
“All products are hand-picked for Anika and perfectly matched to her skin type and colour,” Le Visage’s owner Sharron Eyers explained.
Having been a long-time customer of Le Visage, after begin introduced to the shop by popular radio- host and make-up artist, Ruthanna Young, Connolly was already familiar with the store’s products and services.
“Sharron was very helpful to me the first time I entered her store and I walked away a happy and satisfied customer that day thanks to her grace and knowledge about all her products,” said Connolly.
“She is a delight and so much fun to work with and I am ecstatic to partner with Le Visage. I will be able to look flawless with the products Le Visage is providing as I represent our country on the international stage, ”added Conolly.
Eyers noted that partnering with Conolly is “truly a team effort”, having both done plenty of ground work to kick off the partnership.
“As a cosmetics and skincare boutique, we understand the confidence that looking and feeling good can give a woman. Many of us often feel pressure to look our best – and this is especially true when on the world stage, like Anika,” said Eyers.
Le Visage opened in 2010 and has enjoyed rapid growth and success, which Eyers attributes largely to the local community.
“The brands we represent are unique and elegant, and Anika reflects those values perfectly. We are really excited to be able to support Anika and hope in some small way to contribute to her future successes,”she added.
Connolly engagements leading up to her big day in November include attending pageant training in Jamaica, practising runway walking, speech and etiquette and meeting with designers for final gown fittings and working on her national costume.