The quest for beauty is a never ending one for Ghanaian women.
The standards for beauty are so heightened that insecurity ends up driving many women to do the most outrageous things just to look "prettier."
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Most often, these actions don't even have to end in the extremes of surgical procedures such as breast enlargement, etc.
YEN presents the simplest ways any Ghanaian woman can purchase fake body parts from their local markets.
1. Flat Stomach
Seriously, any Ghanaian lady can lie you into thinking they possess the world's flattest tummy. All they need to do is to get one of these so-called "waist-trainers", which in fact are tummy-trimmers.
Who doesn't want short lashes anyway? Long eyelashes are for flying to the land of ahuofe. Some are so easy to use, just grab, get some glue and change your look.
Yeah, basically. Ladies would shave down their brows just to use a pencil to draw one...or purchase a fake eyebrow from the Madina Market.
4. Fake Braids
No, we don't mean getting your braided, we mean buying actual FAKE braids. Like braids for even bald women. And no one can tell the difference.
5. Silicon Breast Pads
Who needs surgery for bigger breasts? Sister, grab some pads, heap those boobies up and let that abrantie feel you extra.
6. Fake Nails
Waiting six months to grow long nails? Ain't nobody gat time for dat!!! Grab some nails from Kejetia and get going
Brazilian hair, Peruvian hair, Indian hair, South African - ANY hair. Do you want it? Just grab some locks of hair from the Kantamanto Market. Sister, it used to be on someone's head, wear it on your head with pride.
8. Butt Pads
For when squats don't help - and they never do.
So the next time you see a lady like this walking down the street, keep wondering what percentage of their body is 'fake'. What a time to be alive!!!
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