Flamboyant Female Singer Esther Akoth aka Akothee has disclosed why she dropped her make-up.
In a well written post, the singer explains that, for a very longtime, she was lying to herself through a false representation painted on her by her make-up.
She added that she got tired of admiring someone else in the mirror in the process of making faces thinking it was beauty.
The mother of five laments that her make-up had subjected her bed sheets to uncalled for troubles that could be avoided.
“Would you like to know why I dropped make up ! Because I realised I was lying to myself and to the people, why should I admire someone else on the mirror for almost 1 hour making faces thinking it’s beauty ? Oyaaa see real beauty ohhh !so tell me what is missing on that face, that should be make uped , my towels and bedsheets were in trouble ! And the way I love white things” stated Akothee
Going on stage was never an easy task for her, she needed more than three towels, to help her wipe off her make-up, when stimulated by sweat.
“I needed 2_3 towels on stage !the first sweat the towel already looked like mad it got me embarrassed and uncomfortable ! When I went shopping for clothes I had to cover my face before I tried a cloth ! So all this mess and stress !” added Akothee
However, Madam Boss advised that those who miss make up on her should learn to see her that way noting that she was not going to change anytime soon.
“If someone asked me for a photo I would not do it if I dint have make up on ! So what the he’ll was I doing with myself with all the stress ? I just woke up and dumped everything from lipstick to eyebrows, #calpolis above all when I met @nellyoaks he told me that am naturally beautyful and even more with short hair ! So I dropped hair trusted myself and took @nellyoaks compliments, thanks love am at peace! Those who miss make up on my face paint your own !don’t you have your own face ? Or buy a doll name #madamboss & make her up like you want, freedom is a choice , but I will die for my nails hiyo usiguze!ni ya kushika glass ya wine it has to be on point.”