I Was Not Not Born A Fair Lady !! Susan Maxwell

Susan Maxwell who is well known for her role in the Yoruba movie industry and also as a skin care specialist revealed that she wasn’t born a fair lady but had to change her skin color due to views and opinion of people. She told The Nation that Most of my clients are above 18, and if they want to be white, I give them what they want. Black is beautiful, but I have no qualms with enhancing your complexion. 80% of Nigerian men want their women to be fair. They want a lady that draws attention to them. I’ve worked with many married women who complain of their men staring at fair women and they say to me, “Susan, make me fair, I want to be attractive to my man!”

“Many people are of the opinion that light-skinned ladies are more attractive, and everything they wear shows off better and that is why I am here to help people enhance their complexion. I used to be very dark; I never thought I could become as fair as I am. I did it because I want to practice what I preach. I want them to see me and be blown away, especially those who knew me when I was dark. Because what I’m giving people isn’t something that would damage their skin but repair their skin, I use it on myself as well. If I wasn’t in this line of business, I probably wouldn’t have toned my skin at all. I don’t call it bleaching. I call it skin restoration.
Nawa oo, she would have just bleached her skull or make sure she doesn’t braid and only be fixing weavons or wear wigs so we won’t be seeing her dark skull


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