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Cleo Ice Queen partners with Darling Zambia

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Cleo Ice Queen

We might have a dangerous pandemic on our hands but I am sure all ladies will agree with me, that’s not an excuse for not looking good. Who said women have to look bad because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

If you are that beautiful lady in Zambia or across the world, why not look good even on Lockdown. Look good for your man or for that special video call. Hence the good news from Cleo Ice Queen who has partnered with Darling Zambia to help all ladies look amazing.

Cleo Ice Queen took to Instagram where she shared the news and shared a series of pictures and video looking just amazing. Surely hair or rather good hair can transform how all women look.

Cleo Ice Queen

Cleo shared the amazing news with the above pictures and said – “Hey fam 💎💎 I’m proud to announce that I have partnered with @darling.zambia, an amazing proudly Zambian hair brand. We’re working together to ensure our ladies have quality hair at affordable prices. The first look I tried out is the new “Mongolian wave” and I’m absolutely in love. 😍😍Just look at it🤗🤗
I wanna take this moment to urge all of us Zambians to stay safe and play our part in this fight against the #COVID19
Much love from me and #DarlingZambia. ❤️❤️”

Watch Cleo Ice Queen as she looks amazing below in the video thanks to her Instagram.

Let us stay safe and try to avoid unnecessary movements as this pandemic is not selective of who you are. But let’s look good even when we are at home.

Source – Instagram/ZambiaNews365

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