- A lady simply identified as Anjola showed off her flawless skin and it is something the world needs to see
- She encouraged other dark-skinned ladies to share photos of themselves and the post went viral
- Stunning black ladies from across the globe shared pictures proudly showing off their stunning complexions
Love the skin you're in - that's one of the most important mottos any woman should have. In a world full of filters and unrealistic expectations, women are often left not liking how they look.
However, one lad decided to start a thread online that proved ladies can rock the skin they're in and be proud of who they are.
On Monday, social media user Anjola shared photos of herself and captioned the post:
"Dark-skin girl thread... I'll go first."
Take a look at the post below:
The photos gathered a lot of positive reactions as social media users were in awe of Anjola's flawless beauty.
Twitter user, @GzUpHoezDownn, commented:
"You are so beautiful. Looking like the big jar of Nutella."
Another tweep, @tajanaaae, added:
"And y’all really be trying to call dark skin women ugly... the nerve."
Social media user, @Chronnoisseur, wrote:
"OMG! Your skin is BEAUTIFUL!! Literally a doll. Wow. I’m in awe."
Her post also inspired other ladies to show off their beautiful chocolate skin and the comment section was flooded with breathtaking images of stunning women from across the world.
In other news, a lady identified as Klara Kalu and with the Instagram handle @Ifedioku is winning the hearts of Nigerian men on the social media platform with her natural beauty.
Klara shares pictures of herself to inspire her followers that one can be makeup-free and still look beautiful.
Nigeria is a country filled with beautiful ladies and Klara is just one of many of them proving to the world that other nations are behind in terms of beauty.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Twitter user with the handle @sofiwoozie took the microblogging site to celebrate her quadruplets who clocked ten.
She shared beautiful pictures of the kids on her page and wished them many more decades to celebrate.