Bonang Matheba pops bottles with Beyoncé’s make-up artist, Sir John

Bonang Matheba pops bottles with Beyoncé’s make-up artist, Sir John

- Sir John recently launched his very first make-up range in Mzansi, in partnership with WBeauty

- The international makeup artist is Beyoncé’s right-hand-man and has worked with only the best

- Bonang was seen taking Sir John out to celebrate the launch of his new range

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World famous make-up artist, Sir John, was recently in Mzansi launching his new vegan make-up range in collaboration with Woolworths South Africa. It came as no surprise when Bonang Matheba and Sir John were spotted celebrating together in Johannesburg. B knows everyone who is anyone.

Sir John is one of the world’s most sought-after make-up artists. He has been Beyoncé’s right hand man for years. He has worked with the likes of Priyanka Chopra, Kim Kardashian West, Karlie Kloss, Naomi Campbell, Joan Smalls, Jourdan Dunn and many many more. learnt that Sir John partnered with Woolworths SA to create his very first, limited edition, fully vegan, 100% cruelty-free, signature make-up range for Mzansi. The range is called Volume 1 by Sir John in association with WBeauty, and it looks lush.

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The range was launch this past weekend and Bonang took Sir John to Taboo Night Club in Johannesburg to celebrate. Bottles of House of BNG were popping and B looked fire, as always.

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Sir John even took to his social media with a snap of him and B to thank her for her hospitality. Yusss, B is on another level.

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The Volume 1 range will be sold exclusively at selected Woolworths stores, as well as via their online store.

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