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Meet sisters who got burnt but stayed beautiful

Meet sisters who got burnt but stayed beautiful

- Shalom and her younger sister, Obey Stella faced the worst tragedy at a tender age but got over it

- The strong sisters decided to look deep within to find their beauty

- Shalom is a make-up artist who beautifies herself as much as she feels beautiful inside

Shalom

Shalom before and after recovery

Shalom is a make-up artist who hails from Nigeria. Her younger sister, Obey Stella is a student who has crossed hurdles to accept herself and smile from the heart. These two sisters faced the worst as kids, but their story is inspiring.

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At a young age, these young women got burnt with hot oil in their Nigerian home making them spend months in the hospital struggling for their life. Many years later and their "flaws" are their selling point.

Shalom

Shalom before and after make-up

Shalom is the eldest of the two, she now lives abroad and is a dedicated make-up artist who can create whatever look she thinks makes her look as beautiful as she fees inside.

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Obey Stella

Obey Stella before and after make-up

Obey Stella is the youngest and her strength oozes from her daily life. Stella learnt to outgrow her fears and accept beauty as an inner state of mind rather than physical appearance.

Shalom

Shalom, scars and all

At this stage, the world is Shalom's Oyster and she is ready to ride it till the very end.

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