Soon we're all going to have access to the tools we need to glow like the queen herself, Beyoncé. Bey's go-to makeup artist, Sir John, is launching a new makeup line exclusively with Woolworths.
Sir John posted a promo video that shows model Anais Mali looking as gorgeous as ever with her smooth, dewy skin. She is also seen sporting smoky, shimmery eyeshadow—much like Bey's "signature spotlight eyes." He captioned the post, "So many awesome memories working with W.BEAUTY 💜 From delivering masterclasses across South Africa together, to now launching my own signature product range with a brand that shares my values and passion for celebrating beauty…I'm proud of the work we've done 🙌🏽 Thank you @woolworths_sa for helping bring this vision to life! #VOLUME1 #sirjohnwbeauty#sjxwbeauty"
Going off of the hashtag on the post, "#VOLUME1," it looks like the April 2019 drop will only be the first part of this beauty expert's line. Last month, Sir John told WWD that he was working on two licensing deals so there's definitely going to be more to look forward to. People are speculating that he might be collaborating with Beyoncé herself, or perhaps other members of his all-star clientele like the GOAT Serena Williams, Priyanka Chopra, Karlie Kloss, Olivia Culpo, Khloé Kardashian, Rosie Huntington Whitely, Ashley Benson, and more.
Currently, Bey's main makeup magician also has a makeup collection out with Alleven London. As the brand's global ambassador, he worked closely with CEO Celia Forner to create Alleven's latest body-makeup line, which includes products such as Instant Perfector, Hyaluronic Airbrush Foundation, and Total Body Serum. And, apparently, the Alleven products have already been tested by Beyoncé. Sir John told WWD that she "blotted her body with this white towel and it didn't come off. Even as a guy, sometimes you have areas of concern on your skin and you want to cover it up. This is red-carpet approved, it's sexy."
We can't wait to see what Sir John x Woolworths is going to have in stores in April. The Beyhive will definitely be kissing their cash goodbye.
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