Man Marries Makeup Artist Who Responded To Him With Respect After Seeing Her In Public Salon

Man Marries Makeup Artist Who Responded To Him With Respect After Seeing Her In Public Salon

  • A Nigerian lady has come online to narrate how she met her husband in the most unlikely places
  • According to the make-up artist, she met her husband at a salon, and he liked how she responded to him politely
  • Congratulatory messages poured in for the bride as some ladies said they would start going to the salon to bag a man

A Nigerian woman is now married, and after the nuptials, she shared her wedding video on TikTok.

She told netizens the story of how she met her husband, and many people were fascinated by the interesting details.

Lady shares how she met her husband.
The lady said she saw her husband passing by a salon. Photo credit: TikTok/@blended_by_tee.
Source: UGC

According to @blended by_by_tee, who is a make-up artist, she met her husband at a street salon. According to her, he saw her when he was passing.

She noted that her husband took interest in her due to the way she spoke to him with respect. From then on, their journey started.

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A lot of netizens who saw the wedding video congratulated the bride and said they had learned a lesson on how to find a husband.

Watch the video below:

Reactions as lady meets her husband at salon

@STAR said:

"First thing tomorrow I dey go salon go sit down."

@Halima said:

"I’m currently at the salon and there’s no man here. What do I do?"

@nanax said:

"That means I go soon start to dey go saloon oo no more home service. Sister thanks for the update anyway more love."

@Favour N said:

"Pls what’s the name of the saloon, the location, what time did u go, which day too."

@_K.I.M_ said:

Na unisex saloon I Dey and I no Dey follow anybody smile

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Also, reported that a Ghanaian couple welcomed their first-ever set of twins after a woman gave birth at the Hawa Memorial Saviour Hospital in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

Stephen Jabrah, the proud father, revealed that his wife delivered twin girls in the comment section of a post by Ghanaian social media influencer James Annor Tetteh, popularly known as Nana Tea.


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