Rejoice celebrates Visayan beauty with #RejoiceGirlGwapaKaDai

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 Maymay Entrata
PBB Big Winner Season 7, ABS-CBN

Rejoice launches a campaign dubbed as #RejoiceGirlGwapaKaDai, which centers on celebrating the beauty of Visayan girls. The campaign is led by Maymay Entrata, a proud Bisaya herself and Pinoy Big Brother season 7 winner and now an ASAP mainstay of ABS-CBN. Maymay is joined by other local beauties as shampoo girls representing different regions in Visayas.
A big dreamer herself, Maymay recalled her journey as she once dreamt to become a Rejoice shampoo girl. “We look up talaga yung mga girls in the commercial for shampoo. Sila yung parang naging inspiration namin. So when you become a shampoo girl it means you are gwapa and sikat. Using Rejoice is one of the best decisions I made so far, I just need 1 product for smooth, healthy and super bango na hair.” This is because Rejoice has a triple action formula that serves as shampoo, conditioner and perfume.

Maymay is joined by new Rejoice shampoo girls from Visayas --- Cebu’s Pride Nicole Borromeo who won Ms. Millennial 2019 in Eat Bulaga, Tacloban’s queen Chelsea Fernandez who was crowned Reyna ng Aliwan 2018, and Iloilo’s beauty queen Kim Crizaldo who was a finalist in Miss Universe Philippines 2020.
The three beauties represent Central Visayas, Eastern Visayas and Western Visayas, respectively.


Nicole Borromeo, Rejoice shampoo girl from Central Visayas
Ms Millennial, Eat Bulaga 2019

With a modelling career and her outdoorsy personality Borromeo shared that, Rejoice 3 in 1 makes her hair always runway-ready. “With just one wash I can enjoy the beach but less hair worry because of Rejoice 3 in 1, I have shampoo, conditioner and perfume all in one.”

Chelsea Fernandez, Rejoice girl from Eastern Visayas
Ms Philippines Earth-Water 2019
On the other hand, Fernandez who also won Miss Philippines Earth Water in 2019, is a loyal Rejoice user ever since. As a regular Rejoice 3 in 1 user, Fernandez is more than ready to embody the campaign #RejoiceGirlGwapaKaDai. “When Rejoice contacted me to become a shampoo girl, I really got excited. I said yes right away because I believe in the brand. When I started joining pageants my hair got dry because of frequent changes in hairstyle and going to a salon takes time and is expensive but with Rejoice 3 in 1, it makes my hair look natural looking, healthy and shiny.” said Fernandez.

Kim Crizaldo, Rejoice shampoo girl from Western Visayas
Miss Universe Philippines- Iloilo Province 2020

“Basta Ilongga, gwapa” has been a popular mantra of the people fom Iloilo. That’s why for the former flight attendant Kim Crizaldo, to be a Rejoice shampoo girl magnifies the “gwapa” in her.
“I’m very happy and proud to represent the Ilonggas, just like Nicole I switched to Rejoice 3 in 1. Before when I was still a flight attendant, so with tight schedules of our flights I didn't had time to take care of my hair, but when I switched to Rejoice, I no longer need other hair products to take care of my hair, just with Rejoice 3 in 1 ma humot, humok kag healthy na ang hair ko. So, Rejoice 3 in 1 is a convenient way for me to achieve a beautiful, shiny and healthy hair” Crizaldo shared during the welcome video initiated by Maymay to welcome the 3 Visayan beauties to kick off the #RejoiceGirlGwapaKaDai campaign.

As a region that proves to be a beauty pageant powerhouse coming from the consecutive success of Miss Universe Philippines winners who came from Cebu and Iloilo, Rejoice acknowledges Visayas is a strategic setting for its newest campaign #RejoiceGirlGwapaKaDai. 
In the coming months Rejoice 3 in 1 will amplify its campaign further, with its theme  #RejoiceGirlGwapaKaDai, so you may visit Rejoice Philippines Facebook and Instagram page for more announcements and details.

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