Actress, businesswoman and author Bonnie Mbuli celebrated another milestone when her makeup range became available in stores.The Bonnie x Yardley creator, whose range is primarily aimed at those with dark skin tones, says she hopes the range will inspire girls to love and accept themselves.
TV host Bonnie Mbuli has described her collaboration with international beauty brand Yardley as a win for women who have been crying out for representation.
Yardley has collaborated with SA Actress, Presenter and TV Star Bonnie Mbuli to create a range that’s made to express your uniqueness. She talks to Kieno about the launch.
Introducing Bonnie Mbuli’s first colour cosmetic collaboration with Yardley Colour.For the first time ever, Yardley has collaborated with one of South Africa’s most sought aftercelebrity to create a range that’s made to express your uniqueness.
I love change, I crave the adventure and adrenaline-induced high of stepping into the unknown, so I've always been fascinated by the idea of reinvention, having built a Twenty Four year long career in the media, print, television and film industry means I might have narrowed the idea of reinvention to only aesthetics, thank fully my perspective has evolved.
Dynamic businesswoman and TV personality, Bonnie Mbuli, proves that no matter how crazy and out of control your schedule may get, you can always spare a moment to step into dreamland. Why wear florals when you could be covered in them instead?
The much anticipated adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s award-winning young adult book series Noughts + Crosses has begun filming in South Africa for BBC One. It’s the story of two families separated by power and prejudice but forever entwined by fate. Bonnie plays the mother, Jasmine.