Jewelleries, makeups, pedicures, manicures and all that are the beauty spices to keep women stunning and beautiful. In the olden days, natural beauty was being completed more than makeup beauty but nowadays, things have gone Visa versa.
Social media has played a huge role in promoting makeup and jewellery, which is why the majority of women feel ugly whenever they haven't put their makeup or jewelleries on. There are those celebrities we have never seen with their natural look, they are always wearing makeup. Take for instance, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Cardie B and others. Have you ever seen Linda Mtoba without makeup or jewellery on her face?
Linda Mtoba is the South African actress best known for her character 'Nomonde' she plays on the 1Magic's telenovela; The River. Before she joined The River, she used to play the character of 'Zama' on the Mzansi Magic's discontinued soapie; Isibaya.
The 30 year-old Umlazi born star recently shared some pictures of herself on Instagram which left everyone amazed due to the massive manicure on her fingers, stunning makeup, jewellery, hairstyle and the outfit (light blut bum short and white vest). She looks absolutely beautiful and stunning. "90s baby ...", Linda captioned the Instagram post.
Almost everyone was complementing her, for being so beautiful and stylish. The comments were like: "Aibo! Creative genius much?!?!", "okay! It has to be the nails for me", "wow! Those nails, I'm shook and obsessed at the same time", "you look like Toni Braxton".
The majority of people were impressed by the nails, and they figured out some resemblances between her, Toni Braxton, Jennifer Hudson and Cardi B. Anyway, check out some of the comments below:
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