On Monday morning Kim Jayde, Michelle Mosalakae, Bontle Modiselle and Loot Love were announced as the new faces of Revlon.
Apparently the four ladies knew about it since January, and they were ecstatic about finally telling their fans.
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Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at the four powerful women, to see what let them to become Revlon's new ambassadors.
1. Bontle Modiselle
Bontle Modiselle, 27, is a South African actress, TV personality and dancer, which she said she was the most passionate about.
In 2017, she replaced Boity as the presenter of club 808. Modiselle has also had great success as an actress.
She was awarded a nomination for best supporting actress at the 12th African Movie Academy Awards for her role as "Khanyi" in Hear Me Move.
2. Kim Jayde
The Zimbabwean beauty has made a name for herself in South Africa, after immigrating in 2009 to attend the University of Stellenbosch.
She graduated with an Honours Degree in Social Work, but it did not take for her to get noticed in the modelling industry.
Nowadays she's making a living as a MTV Base Africa presenter. Most recently adding Revlon ambassador to her resume.
3. Michelle Mosalakae
The stunning 23-year-old Isibaya actress is changing the game in international beauty giant Revlon's inclusive new campaign, "Live Boldly".
She attended Rhodes University, where she studied drama. The South African beauty said she gained experience in acting, theatre work and even directing.
"I loved being at Rhodes, I learnt so much, when I graduated last year with my honours, the plan was always to go back home to Pretoria and throw myself into work”.
Now, Mosakakae plays an unassuming traditional healer on the hit soapie, and her beauty mesmerised fans since her very first episode.
4. Loot Love
Luthando Shosha, aka Loot Love, is a South African television presenter and Radio personality, she is famous for co-hosting the Friday night show Live AMP on SABC 1.
The 29-year-old studied Interior Design at Design School Southern Africa (DSSA) in Joburg, but, she could not finish because of financial difficulties. So, she moved back to Port Elizabeth, where her mother persuaded her to enter beauty pageants.
Her career started when an employee at Kingfisher FM had her do a voice over for the radio station.
She attended a two week orientation at the station, an right before the end a DJ left, which meant there was a position open for a new presenter.
However, her big break came in 2012 when she entered and won the SABC 1 Live Presenter search competition.
She made her TV debuton Live AMP in May that year, alongside TV personality Bonang Matheba.
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