Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett is Shealicious as the New Face of Shea Moisture!

Davina Bennett
By Tanay Hudson 
After she won second runner up in the Miss Universe pageant last year, Davina Bennett cried, but she now has a reason to smile. The Jamaican beauty is now the face of Shea Moisture’s Jamaican Black Castor Oil line of products. “I will keep on representing! I am a winner!,” she wrote in excitement on Instagram. The 22-year-old is the first model to be the face for this campaign.

Shea Moisture Founder Rich Dennis On Their Recent Merger & Giving Black Women 100 Million To Create Businesses

Sundial Founder Richelieu Dennis 
By Erickka Sy Savané

It was a festive evening at Ginny’s Supper Club, the intimate downstairs lounge at Red Rooster in Harlem last week. I was there tagging along with my girl Sid, who gets invited everywhere, and honestly, anytime I can get away from an evening of doing homework with the kids is cause to get lit! Everyone else, however, was there to celebrate the merger between Sundial, the parent company that owns Shea Moisture, Nubian Heritage, Madame C.J. Walker and nyako, with Unilever, a multinational company that generated over 50 billion in sales last year. Although the amount of the merger was not made public, one can guess from the fact that Sundial is expected to turn over an estimated $240 million this year, that it ain’t too shabby. Sundial founder Richelieu Dennis will continue as CEO and executive chairman for the company that he started in 1991 with his mom and longtime friend, Nyema Tubman, all Liberians unable to return to the country once Civil War broke. Here are some highlights from the evening, along with the deets on the 100 million that Sundial plans to give black women!

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