Miona’s Expensive New Makeup Brand Gets Mixed Reactions

Miona’s Expensive New Makeup Brand Gets Mixed Reactions

Miona Bell has just started her own makeup brand, Miona Beauty. However, she fails to impress 90 Day Fiancé viewers with her pricey products.

New 90 Day Fiancé star Miona Bell recently launched her beauty brand, but most fans aren’t very happy about it. Viewers may know the 24-year-old Serbian beauty from season 9 of the show, where she appears alongside her fiancé Jibri Bell. The couple’s relationship began in Northern Serbia when the 29-year-old South Dakota native traveled there to perform with his band, Black Serbs. One thing led to another, and the couple fell in love with each other’s personalities. During 90 Day Fiancé season 9, fans saw Miona arrive in the United States with hopes of solidifying her relationship and living a beautiful life in California.

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Miona is originally from Serbia and worked as a makeup artist there. However, she is currently in America and living the best life with her partner Jibri. Since the two share the same last name, it’s clear that they’re married now. Hence, Miona is finally focusing on her career as she now has permission to work in America. New 90 Day Fiancé cast member Miona labels herself as a makeup artist from Palm Springs, which means she’s clearly found a good gig.

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However, Miona is aiming high as she has recently built her own makeup brand, “MIONA BEAUTY.” Miona just announced the launch of her “@mionabeauty store!” with four different products. The first three products include Desert Ponytail, Flamingo Ponytail, and Mimi Ponytail, all of which are Premium Synthetic Fiber ponytail extensions. Miona is selling her ponytails in six different colors and has priced them at $49.00 each. The last beauty product at Miona’s online store is a $68.00 “Makeup Brush Kit,” with ten different brush pieces. Most 90 Day Fiancé viewers are unimpressed by the outrageous pricing and the limited variety of the products. Upset fans are leaving comments such as (via 90dayfiancejunky), “It’s cute but expensive,” and “That’s definitely cheap synthetic looking hair.”

While some fans are congratulating Miona on her successful launch, a few are shocked that she’s not offering “exchanges or returns” due to COVID-19-related reasons. 90 Day Fiancé viewers are surprised that free shipping is only available on orders above $100 and are claiming that it will cause them to “shop elsewhere.” While fans have mixed reactions to Miona’s beauty brand, her 90 Day Fiancé co-stars have come forward with full support. Thaís Ramone wrote, “Maravilhosa!! I want already everything.” While Tania Maduro posted clapping emojis, Miona’s husband Jibri called her an “inspiration.”

Fans are also comparing Miona’s beauty brand to franchise star Yara Zaya’s makeup business. However, despite the low variety and prices, Miona is still receiving much better reviews than the Ukrainian native. Hopefully she will be able to turn her new business into a worthwhile investment and take care of the fan feedback. For now, fans only have minor complaints regarding the return and pricing, but they certainly love her products. Hence, the new 90 Day Fiancé season 9 star Miona can easily counter that by adding more great products to her beauty store.

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Source: 90dayfiancejunky/Instagram, Miona Bell/Instagram

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