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2:58:00 PM

Huyu bibi harusi kawa Internet famous baada ya kukataa kupaka makeup siku ya harusi yake. Tumeshazoea Kuna brides kwa na face beat balaa so kuona tu, hata kila mdada anayetaka kuolewa anataka her face to look like face beat from the gawds. .A girl has got to look gorgeous on her wedding day..That picture stays forever.
But Mrs.Bisola Umoren alikataa alisema hikialivyoulizwa why alikataa kupaka makeup :: Just like I was convinced to wear make-up on my engagement day, I was also told to do same for my wedding. I also planned to go for nude make over. I contacted a make-up artiste and she was on standby. On that‎ fateful morning, I was in the car and I looked at the mirror and liked what I saw. Meanwhile, because I was already running late, I had begged the make-up artiste to come over and do the make up in the church (inside the car). After all, it wasn’t supposed to be a serious thing- just small touches here and there.
So, as I starred at myself in the mirror, I looked so natural and beautiful; I really liked what I saw.
Some church members also came to me and  liked my natural look and agreed with me not to make up.
Secondly, to be honest, when my husband first met me, I had not had my bath, but he saw and fell in love with my natural look. My hair was due, my face looked way older, I was even tying nylon on my hair when he came to me on that fateful morning, yet he loved what he saw. So, who am I supposed to be making all that up for on my wedding day?
So, that was it. I think God just decided to crown me with early morning beauty the day I wedded.
Interestingly, the photographer and the make-up person, were insisting that I should touch up my face a little but I blatantly refused. In the process, a marriage committee member overheard us and warned that make-up is not allowed inside the Church; Christ Apostolic Church, Surulere.

To read the full interview by ALLURE read HERE 

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