Lancôme Welcomes Joy Sunday as New Global Ambassador
Lancôme, the renowned beauty brand, has appointed Joy Sunday, a Nigerian-American actress, producer, and director, as its new global ambassador. Joy Sunday, recognized for her versatile performances in TV and film, including notable works like ‘Dear White People,’ ‘Bad Hair,’ ‘Shithouse,’ and the recent Netflix series ‘Wednesday,’ directed by Tim Burton, brings her exceptional talent and energy to the Lancôme family.
Francoise Lehmann, Lancôme’s global brand president, expressed the brand’s honor in welcoming Joy Sunday. Lehmann remarked, “Her exceptional talent, unwavering passion, and fresh and young energy are truly inspiring.”
Joy Sunday joins the esteemed group of Lancôme global ambassadors, including long-serving representatives like Isabella Rossellini and Amanda Seyfried, as well as the more recent additions of Emma Chamberlain and Aya Nakamura, who joined the Lancôme family earlier in 2023.
Expressing her excitement about the collaboration, Joy Sunday shared her admiration for Lancôme’s commitment to empowering women and fostering a sense of inspiration. She stated, “Lancôme has always been a brand that I have admired for its commitment to empowering women and inspiring us to be the best versions of ourselves. I believe these values are crucial in today’s world, and I am proud to represent and collaborate with a brand that shares my beliefs.”
This announcement comes in the wake of Lancôme’s dedication to diversity and inclusivity in its brand representation. The addition of Joy Sunday, with her unique background and accomplishments, aligns with Lancôme’s mission to celebrate the beauty and strength of women from various walks of life.
As Lancôme continues to make strides in the beauty industry, the brand remains committed to its values of empowerment and inspiration. With the new global ambassador, Joy Sunday, Lancôme looks forward to further resonating with audiences worldwide and positively impacting the beauty and empowerment spheres.
In November, Lancôme’s parent company, L’Oreal, reported third-quarter sales growth of 11.1%, driven by robust performance in Europe and the United States, though expectations for a strong rebound in China were not met. The brand’s global reach and influence continue to make Lancôme a key player in the beauty industry.