Dancehall’s ‘Top Gyal’ Shaneil Muir launched her Exclusive Collectionz beauty bar yesterday, and it was nothing short of support and God-blessed showers of rain.
Nestled at Shop 23 Catherine Hall Plaza in her hometown of Montego Bay, St. James, the pink and grey accentuated space is outfitted with a reception area, beauty room and stations for hair styling, lash extensions and makeup services.
Giving her fans a virtual tour on Instagram live, Muir said, “See it here. Three months and counting, almost four months of hard work. Come on in and take a look. We are live and it is beautiful.”
The boss lady had bags of goodies awaiting guests and customers, and even a special 20% off wigs and bundles.
“Come spend yuh good-good money wid the real top gyal,” she implored.
The store packs more than high-density lace wigs and premium bundles. As she showcased, Exclusive Collectionz is a one-stop beauty and accessories shop with jewellery, eyewear and fragrances at “unbeatable prices”.
The store officially opens on March 30 with weekday hours of 9:30a.m. to 6p.m. and 10a.m. to 7p.m. on Saturdays. The website will also officially launch on Monday where customers can make bookings and shop for products with shipping options available.
Between welcoming supporters and thanking fans, Muir also introduced members of her staff who were clad in branded pink and grey uniforms. Among her team is popular Montego Bay hair stylist Roxy who has been known to slay Muir’s hair whenever she is in Jamaica.
Apparently, Muir sought certification for Roxy through another popular hair stylist Lakayda ‘Puddon Plus Sweet’ Brown.
“You know I had to get the BEST to certify our BEST @puddonplussweet @roxy_blessed_stylist_sep.22,” Muir shared in a separate post.
The Naturally singer has been focusing on entrepreneurship since announcing in October that she’d be walking away from dancehall for Christendom. Though she said Exclusive Collectionz is currently her primary focus, she will still be recording music as she pleases.
Congratulations filled the comments section of her personal and business pages.
“Congrats on the opening of your new business,” one supporter said. “May God continue to pour out his blessings on you.”
Someone else said, “Giiiirrrlll!!! If mi l❤️ve you one more time issi I’m super proud of you hun congratulations shan.”
“Me over-happy like it’s my business.”
Another well-wisher wrote, “Congrats🙏🏾💪🏾🤎Nex location Port Antonio.”