Hello everyone, our look of the week is the total package of this drop dead gorgeous Nigerian bride.

From the perfectly tied gele to her beautifully laid edges, flawless makeup and gorgeous statement neckpiece , I am in love with this.

what say you, ladies? Tell me I’m not alone in my state of infatuation. Comments are very much welcome.

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  1. Oh wow, im pretty sure I’m in love too. Flawless!! I also really like your Instagram posts so far, keep it up 🙂

  2. I don’t fancy it much. She is pretty but too…much make up and lighting. I’m a light make up lover. Maybe that’s why I am not much of a fan of this.

    But she is indeed pretty.

    1. I get what you mean, valid point. Thanks for reading and don’t forget to subscribe :);)

    2. this is the picture with less intense lighting.. does she look better to you in this one?

  3. Her neckpiece and head tie are everything.

  4. I love her gele. I love the foundation and contour. The brows are not soft looking because the lines are vivid.. Eyeshadow on the lateral hooding area draws attention, because is weighing on the eyes. The focus, the eyes and nothing needs to take away from it. The lip liner unblended with the lighter shade does not look subtle and neutral. Our natural lips have different shades and they blend. Blending the lip liner with a lip brush by reducing the lines on the inner lips makes it look flawless.

  5. I prefer the way she looks with less intense lighting/ photo editing. And the two-toned lip situation, I don’t know- it doesn’t really work for me. But she’s a beautiful purzen!

  6. Excellent article. I’m dealing with many of these issues as well..

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