Gloria Sarfo shows her natural face in no makeup video

Gloria Sarfo shows her natural face in no makeup video

- Ghanaian actress Gloria Sarfo has caused a stir on social media

- The actress released a video without makeup to flaunt her beautiful face

- Fans have begged her not to wear makeup again because of how impressed they were

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Renowned Ghanaian actress, Gloria Sarfo, has set tongues wagging with her latest activity on social media.

Gloria has always been dazzling her fans on social media with her stunning beauty.

In all the photos she has been sharing on social media, she is seen with heavy makeup on.

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Now, the award-winning actress has chosen to show her natural face to her die-hard fans.

Gloria has released a video of herself without makeup and fans are currently talking about it.

In the video seen by YEN.com.gh, Gloria was not wearing makeup and a wig as she is normally seen to be doing.

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The video released by Gloria has attracted massive reactions from social media users.

Some of these social media users begged her not to wear makeup again claiming she looked beautiful without makeup on her face.

@iam_melma: "Herhhh u dey bi waasee your natural face very beautiful and smooth."

@angies2552: "Natural beauty."

@cudjoe_nuel: "Make-ups or No Make-up still BAE ..Rock On ✨ My All-time favorite."

@gyamfuah27: "Please don't paint ur face again, you are too beautiful."

@tgeorgeosei: "Oooh My Goodness.. Like 18years lady..best without makeup ❤️keep it up plz."

Watch the video below:

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YEN.com.gh previously reported a story of Gloria winning the Best Supporting Actress award at the 2020 Africa Magic Viewer Choice Awards (AMVCA 2020).

Gloria won the award for her role in Shirley Frimpong-Manso's Perfect Picture: 10 Years Later which features Jackie Appiah, Lydia Forson, Chris Attoh, and Richard Mofe-Damijo.

Gloria shrugged off competition from Eucharia Anunobi, Mary Lazarus, Tina Mba, and Toni Tones to win the award.

Gloria's award happened to be the only one for Ghana as the country got only one nomination.

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