Joy Sunday, the Nigerian-American actress, filmmaker, and rising star in Hollywood, has recently been named a global ambassador for Lancôme. Known for her dynamic roles in TV and film, including in the Netflix series “Wednesday” directed by Tim Burton, and other projects like “Dear White People,” “Bad Hair” and “Beta Test,” Sunday has made a significant mark in the entertainment industry. Her appointment as a global ambassador for Lancôme marks a new chapter in her career, expanding her influence to the world of beauty and skincare.
In her new role with Lancôme, Sunday will be at the forefront of campaigns for the brand’s makeup and skincare lines. Her first major appearance as a Lancôme ambassador will be at the Emmy Awards, where she is set to represent the brand on a global stage. This follows her attendance at a Lancôme event in September, celebrating the Lancôme x Louvre makeup collection.
Francoise Lehmann, Lancôme Global Brand President, has expressed excitement about Sunday joining the Lancôme family, citing her exceptional talent and vibrant energy as key factors in the decision. Sunday, too, has shared her enthusiasm for joining Lancôme, noting the brand’s dedication to empowering women and its alignment with her own values. As she steps into this role, Sunday aims to inspire and spread a message of holistic beauty, emphasizing that true beauty is a journey every individual embarks on.