Product Review: Third time’s even luckier for Sir John

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Sir John and W.Beauty are proud to bring the women of South Africa the tools to harness the power of self-expression through this collection. Picture: Supplied
Sir John and W.Beauty are proud to bring the women of South Africa the tools to harness the power of self-expression through this collection. Picture: Supplied

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It’s back for a third time, so this relationship is clearly working and, if you haven’t already, make sure you try the Sir John x WBeauty limited edition make-up range because its richness is testament to the importance of this collaboration.

And this richness is not limited to just the velvety textures or the radiant palette of the products, it’s also in the deliberate consciousness that is a gift from both partners in the collaboration to consumers and fans of the Sir John x WBeauty volumes 1, 2 and now 3 – all of which were inspired by and made for South African women.

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