Unathi is happy to have a business with Sir John and Woolworths

Unathi is happy to have a business with Sir John and Woolworths

Singer and Idols South Africa presenter Unathi Nkayi has been revealed because of the face of Woolworth’s edition make-up range with international make-up artist Sir John for the W.Beauty brand.

Unathi is happy to have a business with Sir John and Woolworths

Sir John is well-known for working with Hollywood’s A-List celebrities like Priyanka Chopra, Kim Kardashian, and Beyoncé.

The collaboration was initially released last year and now they’re back for a second line of beauty products carrying Sir John’s name.

Earlier this month Unathi took to Instagram shared a clip that announced that Sir John would be returning to Woolworths shelves and revealed that the campaign was shot almost a year ago but didn’t reveal the large news.

Unathi on Thursday shared news of her being the face of the gathering called Reign and Shine.

“A collection that celebrates our diverse beauty as South African women. the gathering is named ‘Reign and Shine’ to celebrate us as we do so on this planet because the royalty that we are,” shared Unathi.

In her post, Unathi shared the primary time she collaborated with Woolworths in 2004 on the ‘Be Yourself’ campaign alongside Uncle Hugh Masekela, Tata Tutu, and other South African giants.

“SJ your love for us is overwhelming and humbling, to mention the smallest amount. Your love for ladies everywhere the planet is unmistakable and therefore the active work you are doing across the world, fighting for human rights is admirable. many thanks, both for selecting me,” shared the radio presenter.

Woolworths beauty brand communication head Shaheda Sayed shared more about the retailer’s international production collaboration, chatting with Business Insider.

“Having developed a robust working relationship with Sir John over the past few years, collaborating on a bespoke line with the makeup maestro was a natural next step,” Sayed told the publication.

Unathi’s comment section was crammed with congratulatory messages from her friends, fans, and followers.

Her dear friend Minnie Dlamini-Jones wrote, “It’s out, congratulations”, actress Buhle Samuels commented, “Congratulations such a befitting collaboration”.

Unathi in the week also introduced MaXhosa Africa’s virtually held NY Fashion Week show.
Unathi is happy to have a business with Sir John and Woolworths
The book author earlier this year returned to the airwaves at Kaya FM after leaving Metro FM after what she describes as “a painful exit”.

Unathi opened about what transpired when she was interviewed on #BehindtheStory by Pearl Thusi in 2019. one among the most reasons she left had to try to to with a disagreement with the station’s bigwigs.