Davina signs Shea Moisture deal, sends notice to Miss Universe …
April 1, 2018 - miss universe
Jamaican beauty black Davina Bennett, who finished second runner-up in a Miss Universe manifestation in a US last November, is a new face of American healthy hair code Shea Moisture.
The 22-year-old will be a face of Shea Moisture’s line of Jamaican Black Castor Oil.
One of a United States’ largest black-owned businesses, Shea Moisture was among those who immediately showered Bennett with praise after her opening in a Miss Universe manifestation in Las Vegas, Nevada, saying that a Jamaican “rocked her healthy climax and won a hearts”.
In announcing a partnership with Bennett, a association around a amicable media pages pronounced it was celebrating a understanding by offering business 20 per cent off on a product.
“We’re giving we 20% off site wide. RUN over to SheaMoisture.com and use DAVINA20 during checkout,” settled a association in a post.
The afro-wearing Bennett was a throng and radio favourite during a contest. In her announcement of a understanding with Shea Moisture on amicable media, Bennett used a event to prominence her beating of not being crowned Miss Universe.
She said, “November 26th when we was announced as Miss Universe second runner-up, we stood in that dilemma and cried! we cried since we was anticipating each reason for what we did wrong that finished me feel like we mislaid once more.
“I wasn’t meditative about history, nor what happened on that theatre until my manager came to me and said, ‘Miss Jamaica, clean your tears, since what we have finished here tonight, no one has finished it before and we are extraordinary’.
“I afterwards satisfied what my appearance represented for women and girls opposite a universe that demeanour only like me,” Bennett said.
According to Bennett, that presented a event to open doors, that is now materialising with this signing.
She pronounced in a Instagram post, “today we am unapproachable to announce that we am a FIRST-EVER face of @SheaMoisture’s JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL COLLECTION. we will keep on representing! we am a winner!”
Since November, Bennett has confirmed her Afrocentric look, that Shea Moisture is anticipating to use to a advantage.
Meanwhile, Bennett also influenced some debate when, also on Instagram, she advised Miss Universe Jamaica not to share her posts highlighting her connection with Shea Moisture “as neither @uzuriinternational nor a Miss Universe Jamaica Organization paid, organized or differently contributed to this. It is misleading, reprobate and unlawful.
“I was, and always will be a warrior and a lady that stands adult for what is right,” she added.
It combined a hum with a series of people weighing in on either it was whimsical or not.