Veteran Nollywood actress, opened up to Encomium on the extent she would go to look good. She also revealed that she was once a heavy smoker but she’s gradually giving it up. Read excerpts below:
I don’t think plastic surgery would ever be an option for me. I love me and I love my face. I remember once I had just fake eyelashes on and I hated it. I hated the way I looked and the way it felt, very unnatural and uncomfortable…(Laughs). I don’t think there is anything about me I would want to change or alter. I know what my mother looked like at 60, so I know exactly what I am going to look like at 60 and I can certainly live with that. But seriously, Caucasian women might need plastic surgery because their skin tends to sag prematurely but I think that African women, black women don’t really have that problem. Even with all the beauty products and cosmetics in the market, I think black women genetically have really good skin
On her smoking habit..she said:
I have to confess, I used to be a really heavy smoker when I was younger but I have gradually stopped. I first got down to just the relaxing stick or two at the end of the day but I’ve made up my mind that I need a total wellness and giving up smoking is one way to achieving that. So I believe that the detox machine helps clean out all the organs.