Let's get this over with as quickly as possible. Some famous Ghanaian female celebrities seem to be unable to go without make-up or to appear in public without it, as they appear almost unrecognizable without it.
Nana Ama McBrown, a famous actress and television host, and Wendy Shay, a singer, are among the celebrities.
In terms of no make-photos, these two female celebrities have suffered greatly at the hands of Ghanaians.
Wendy Shay was publicly mocked last year after a picture of herself without make-up surfaced on the internet. In reality, she had been trolled for months and it was an eyesaw.
Wendy Shay in her natural state, without make-up
Despite the fact that some people said Wendy looked better without her make-up, the majority of social media users couldn't stop themselves from mocking her.
To spite her, some even went to great lengths to verify that the photo was actually her.
Wendy Shay is wearing make-up.
Nana Ama Mcbrown, an actress, also posted some pictures of herself without make-up on her social media account, and the comments and responses she got were iconic.
Without make-up, Nana Ama Mcbrown
People also said that her beauty was fading because she had blemishes and ageing marks on her real face.
Her photo of her without make-up went viral, and it drew a lot of negative and positive feedback.
Nana Ama McBrown wearing makeup.
While beauty is not solely determined by appearances, celebrity appearances are extremely important, which is why we are so preoccupied with them. They are deceiving us with make-up.
Although there are no bad feelings, this is just part of the show business, so bear with me.
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