There’s a fragile baby adorned in extensive make up trending online .
The identity of the babe is unknown, but the baby is the subject matter right now, and she’s basking in fame on social media.
We live our lives these days with the full acceptance that make-up sort of builds a lady’s confidence— the very reason why many people cannot leave their homes without cheaply adorning their faces with make-up.
Actress Juliet Ibrahim’s head has been on the spike for some time now— basically because of the way she lives on Instagram giving all that relationship titbits when she cannot confidently say she’s been successful in her relationships.
The queen of comedy, Afia Schwarzenegger was all tears this dawn but knowing her, we are forced to believe it was at the back of one of her comic relief stunt.
Afia in a video said she was hungry and craving for fufu as at 2: oo am. She says as a slay queen or as purported to be she had to eat salad only for her stomach to growl that late for food.
Well, it looks like not only us filthy atheists and gays are going to fill up hell. According to this evangelist, about 95% of women in Ghana are definitely going to end up there as well.
And don’t think you are safe, my fellow men, this amazing evangelist claims wearing wedding rings is also a sin which can land one in hell.
So far as Christabel Ekeh is okay and well aware of her freedom of expression with a smartphone at her disposal, we can’t be guaranteed a drama free week without she making it to the headlines for something crazy.
The Ghanaian Actress of a Nigerian descent who almost gave up on wearing clothes in 2017 is planning another n*ked exposure because she’s simply tired of what the Makeup she puts on does to the clothes of people in her circle.
Instagram Star, Moesha Boduong has 99 problems but easily catching attention on Instagram is not one.
The amateur Actress at countless times has served her followers with several looks to satisfy her “Instagram likes” addiction and she has debuted a new one.
Veteran gospel singer Diana Hamilton has debunked claims that God frowns on make-up, instead postulating that Jesus loves beautiful things so she doesn’t see how that can be a problem.
Gospel acts these days polish up even more than their secular counterparts (see Osei, Gifty) – and according to Hamilton, there’s nothing wrong with that.
Make-up is a substance or product used to enhance the appearance or fragrance of the body and they include mascara, eye shadow, shampoo, hair styling products, skin cleansers, lotions etc.
In this article, makeup will be limited to facial cosmetics even though the word is an umbrella of cosmetics. Therefore another definition from my pocket dictionary that will be of immense help states that make-ups are cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face to alter or enhance the appearance.
Makeup is now on the ascendancy, the youth and even the elderly in our society have embraced it so it has become the order of the day. It is very rare to see ladies without makeup nowadays and this clearly shows it has been accepted wholly by the majority of ladies.
It has become a norm on campuses, churches and even at the workplace. When you go for social gatherings such as weddings, parties, naming ceremony, funerals etc., you can attest to that. The funniest part is you will overhear some ladies appreciating the makeup of other ladies, whiles some will be engaging in ridiculing.
Personally, I don’t really admire ladies who wear too much makeup, it is a turn off for me. Makeup performs magic on the faces of ladies, in the sense that it temporarily hides pimples or spots on the face, beautifies the face and even makes the ladies look different.
Nollywood veteran actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has for the umpteenth proved with a picture she shared on her official Instagram page that with or without makeup, she is a damsel and we agree.
The beautiful mother of four shared a picture of herself with nothing on her face, plain just as she was birthed and we love what we are seeing.
The No Make Up trend is fast rising in Hollywood as more celebrities join the train all inspired by Alicia Keys.
The bare face revolution started when Alicia walked the red carpet without make up and though she received missed reactions, with some praising her and the other taking the back end— a lot of woman have joined the trend .
Transgender actress Laverne Cox shared a make up free photo of herself—in it she appears completely makeup-free and without any wigs or hair extensions.
She captioned the photo: