Celebs with international endorsements


Celebrities have been using their brand to sell things for some time now and its clearly working. From Jessica Nkosi for Clinique to Ntando Duma for Skechers, we bring you black girls who are proud ambassadors for international brands.

Jessica Nkosi for Clinique

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With Jessica Nkosi's gorgeous skin and humility, we can see why Clinique chose her as their ambassador. Besides wearing the brand well, Jessica has been doing charity work too. The actress joins other global A-listers like Gina Rodriquez, Erendira Ibarra, Victoria Pendleton, Nazan Eckes and Ning Chang who're also ambassadors for the brand.

Ntando Duma for Skechers

Screen Shot 2017-02-22 at 15.23.31 TV personality and actress Ntando Duma was unveiled as the first black ambassador for trendy shoe brand Skechers SA. As the new face of the sneaker label, Ntando features on billboards both locally and internationally.  Well done Ntando. DASH for TopMan Screen Shot 2017-02-22 at 15.25.06Dream Team member and TV personality Dash has just been selected as the first to collaborate with Topman!

Zizo Beda for Garnier 

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Television and radio personality Zizo Beda has been working with Garnier for a couple of years, starting out as the face of their oil-control collection. She's grown with the brand to become the ambassador for its new Even & Matte.

Khuli Chana for Absolut Vodka

Screen Shot 2017-02-22 at 15.32.18 Khuli has been with Absolut Vodka for some time now. The rapper even has his own personalised bottle. Luthando Shosa for Rotary Watches  Screen Shot 2017-02-22 at 15.38.57 In 2015, Luthando joined the league of SA entertainers who have multiple brand deals. The talented TV presenter recently earned an ambassadorship with Rotary Watches.

Amanda du Pont for Adidas 

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Amanda has been on a weight-loss and fitness journey for years so we see why the sports brand chose her.

Pictures: Instagram

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