- Nigerians have expressed mixed thoughts to emerging photos of a bride who tied the knot make-up free
- The bride and her groom rocked green traditional attires in adorable images
- Some tweeps thought there wasn't anything special about it, others found it pleasant
While it is generally accepted that marriage is a cherishable decision that lovers take to cement their relationship, the choice or mode of how the wedding ceremony will pan out is at the discretion of the couple.
Pictures of the wedding photos of a Nigerian couple has ignited debate on social media.
In the pictures shared on Twitter by @SIR_YUYU, while the unidentified couple looked lovely in their green-themed wedding outfit, it's the look of the bride that got many talking.
I spoiled him the same way he did to me - Lady gifts lover boxes of expensive shoes, diamonds on his birthday
She was nicely dressed howbeit without any make-up.
The images shared by @SIR_YUYU reads: 'this bride went make-up free on her wedding day!"
The poster then followed it up with the comment, 'she didn't die.'
@A_Abby_Abi reacted saying:
''She's not the first nor will she be the last.
"Also, it doesn't make her any special. She just did what she wanted."
"If she and her husband are cool with it, no issue.
"My own wife must make up on our wedding day.
"Everything na about choice!"
"No she did not die, but my high lighter go dey shine enter everybody eye e go be like mirror."
"Yes, she didn't ooo. And so will it be as well for those who Choose to wear make up. Everyone with their own choice. Nothing special to see there."
Heartwarming video captures cute moment father makes his daughter's hair with great skill, many praise him
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a bride who wore no make-up to her wedding has finally reacted.
She said: "When my husband first met me, I had not had my bath, but he saw and fell in love with my natural look.
"My hair was due, my face looked way older, I was even tying nylon on my hair when he came to me on that fateful morning, yet he loved what he saw. So, who am I supposed to be making all that up for on my wedding day?"