Schwarzkopf Professional Mrs South Africa proudly presents our Top 25 Finalists for 2016.
Johannesburg, May 2016 – A star studded red carpet kicked off the Schwarzkopf Professional Mrs. South Africa CANSA Gala dinner held at Emperors Palace. While this annual event has earned an honourable reputation for raising copious amounts of money for the Cancer Association of South Africa each year, it is also always a glamorous affair and the perfect opportunity for guests to dust off their glass slippers and be treated to a delectable dinner while viewing a seamless stage production. Hosted by the beautiful Bonang Matheba, guests were entertained with music by The Muses as well as an incredible fashion show by Joseph Ribkoff.
It was an important occasion on the Schwarzkopf Professional Mrs. South Africa calendar too, as the top 100 semi-finalists, announced two months ago, pinnacled their journey of workshops, networking, judging and rehearsing when the announcement of the final top 25 was made at the dinner. Judges Zuraida Jardin, Joan Madibeng, Vusi Zwane and principal judge Cindy Nell Roberts admitted to this being the hardest round of judging thus far as all semi-finalists had displayed beauty, grace and dedication.
We are proud to announce that top 25 Schwarzkopf Professional Mrs. South Africa finalists are; Bright Ntuli-Kunene, Christy Haefele, Claire Gardiner, Corinne Durrheim-Cornelissen, Ephy Mathebula, Hlengiwe Twala, Lebitso Ramphore, Levinia Arran, Lilliana Lulli-Marucchi, Lungi Hlatshwayo, Margy Pretorius, Maritsa Gouws, Martina Schoen, Melony Naidoo, Olwethu Leshabane, Rebekah Krossynski, Rone Verster, Semone Skosan, Shadi Chauke, Shelley Loots, Simone Schroeter, Tamzin Vassanjee, Teneille White, Trice Mazwi, Trisha Poona.
These beautiful ladies will now embark on a journey of fund raising, networking and self-development until the final round of judging, to name the Schwarzkopf Professional Mrs. South Africa 2017, in October this year.
“We would like to thank all the Mrs. South Africa sponsors as well as each of our 100 semi-finalists for their contribution to making this event a great success.” – Joani Johnson, CEO of Mrs. South Africa
Schwarzkopf Professional Mrs South Africa would like to thank their official sponsors:
Schwarzkopf Professional, Emperors Palace, Suzuki South Africa, Curves South Africa, Joseph Ribkoff, The Brow Bar, My Skin Centre, Sorme Cosmetics, Vita Liberata, Nine West, BTL, Thandar Inc, Mpact, Werner Dey, Anel Botha, O Connell Attorneys, Mmathibedi Hair, Lush A.
Photo Credit: Brendan Croft