Hubby does wife's makeup during lockdown and the photos go viral

Hubby does wife's makeup during lockdown and the photos go viral

- A couple initiated the #HusbandFacebeat challenge

- A woman volunteered to be the guinea pig while her husband did her make-up

- The end product was questionable, but social media users admired the sweet experience

Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in

A fun-loving couple got Africans talking, thanks to a challenge that they participated in.

Mbali MaHlela Bezuidenhout took to the #ImStaying Facebook group and explained how she initiated the #HusbandFacebeat challenge.

The young lady revealed that she allowed her husband to do a "full facebeat" on her, in essence allowing him to apply make-up to her face.

READ ALSO: Businesswoman bursts with anger after police stop food delivery guy for 2 hours (video)

She shared photos of their experience and revealed the end product.

Although the final result may have been questionable, YEN.com.gh gathered that the couple had loads of fun and the post proved to be a hit.

Hubby does wife's makeup during lockdown and the photos go viral

Facebook: #ImStaying
Source: Facebook

More than 18 000 people liked the post and many positive and humorous comments were shared.

Trish Mcdonald Wragg said,

"You are so fortunate....its not about the facial, it's about intimacy."

Jane Hopkins added,

"Much prettier without the make up! Must have had lots of fun doing it. Now it is your turn to make up Hubby! You have to send out the pictures."

Speedodo Nkhumane said,

"Gosh this is the sweetest lockdown, I love it."

READ ALSO: Prisoner released amid lockdown says how difficult life is with no money, home or food (Video)

In other news, a young man in Ghana has come out with an amazing invention that allows water and soap to flow automatically for hand-washing in the fight against COVID-19.

The invention was produced with a normal metallic drum that was simply fitted with a sink, sensors and cables that connect to the solar panel on top.

Once someone places the hand under the tap, the sensor sends a signal for soap to be oozed out on the person's hand and the system is programmed to allow 25 seconds for the person to wash the hands well before rinsing begins.

Enjoy reading our stories? Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news!

Mad rush for gas in Accra following lockdown order| #Yencomgh

Subscribe to watch new videos

Get interactive via our Facebook page.

Source: Yen

Online view pixel