This week, we introduce you to three fabulous, fresh-faced twenty something year olds from three different parts of the country who are Dove Deodorant Correspondents for three magazines that you’ve probably subscribed to, read and ingested really avidly: Seventeen, Marie Claire, and Cosmopolitan. Why are they our experts? For one, they are die-hard fashion and beauty mavens who love the rainbow of beauty goodies just like you — from fragrances to face creams. Secondly, they are going to be working in the marketing departments of these glossy goldies. Wouldn’t you like to ask them what makes them tick? How they got this incredible gig? What beauty products they can’t live without? Come on…we know you do!
Meet our Guest Experts (left to right: Liesbeth, Maryssa & Kate)
Maryssa S: This 20 year old fashion maven grew up in Indianapolis but currently lives in San Diego with her parents. She writes articles for Fashionindie.com and will be a Dove Deodorant Correspondent for Seventeen Magazine Marketing this summer. Last summer, Maryssa’s fresh perspective was published in “Chicken Soup for the Extraordinary Teen Soul.”
Kate M: This 24 year old native of Williamsport, PA loves to blog, and is a bit fashion and pop culture obsessed. She currently works as a copywriter and social media developer for Gregory Welteroth Advertising, and will be a Dove Deodorant correspondent for Marie Claire Marketing starting this summer.
Liesbeth R: This 22 year old is a Honduran-American who was born and raised in the city of New Orleans. She has had a passion for Hispanic roots and culture and loves fashion, dance and music. She is a first generation college student and a proud member of Tulane University’s “Class after Katrina.” She will showcase her passions and personality through writing as a Dove Deodorant correspondent for Cosmopolitan Marketing.
Ask these delicious beauty and fashion mavens your questions and be entered to win one of TEN Dove Deodorant Dove Body Mists in various fragrances from Revive, Burst, Energy and Cool Moisture!
– Charu Suri