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Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett Signs Endorsement Deal With SheaMoisture

Miss Universe second runner-up Davina Bennett of Jamaica is still making business moves, recently signing an endorsement deal with Shea- Moisture.

Loop Jamaica reports the 22-year-old will be the face of the brand’s new  Jamaican Black Castor Oil line. The Black-owned hair care company praised Bennett during her Miss Universe run, tweeting that she “rocked her natural crown and won our hearts,” in reference to her lush Afro.

Bennett announced the partnership via Instagram.

November 26th when I was announced as Miss Universe 2nd runner-up, I stood in that corner and I cried! I cried because I was finding every reason for what I did wrong that made me feel like I lost once more. #ad I wasn’t thinking about history, nor what happened on that stage until my coach came to me and said, “Miss Jamaica, wipe your tears, because what you have done here tonight, no one as done it before and you are extraordinary!” I then realized what my participation represented for women and girls across the world that look just like me. Today I am proud to announce that I am the FIRST-EVER face of @SheaMoisture’s JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL COLLECTION I will keep on representing! I am a winner! Now run to and use DAVINA20 at checkout for 20% off site wide. #Davina💛SheaMoisture #DavinaBennett #SheaMoisture

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