Nigeria’s Saturday Night Live’s (SNL) star anchor, Ego Nwodim who shines in the United States of America (USA) advises black women to be comfortable being themselves.
The new kid on the American comedy block uses sunscreen and proudly wears her metal retainer and advised that:“Everyone’s definition of beauty is different, and it’s best to concern yourself with living up to your definition
She recently said: “There is nothing more beautiful than a woman who is comfortable being herself, done up or done down.”
She said when Black girls see her on their television screen, she wants them to know more than anything that they’re gorgeous, and they belong.
She further disclosed that tickling the funny bone is a priority for her at 32.
The rising comedian prioritises praying and hanging out with her friends and family take in her social routine.
She maintained these routines keep her grounded as the negotiates the stardom ladder further in the U.S.
She mocked her past beauty tip, saying: “I used to pencil in my eyebrows super thick and squarish. I look back at pictures and think, Why didn’t anybody tell me I looked crazy?! Then I remember my older brother used to joke about my eyebrows. I just thought he was being a hater—until a nail technician who was doing my pedicure suggested I thin out my brows a little bit”
Chance The Rapper, Kyle Mooney, and Ego Nwodim in Studio 8H. Photograph: NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
She disclosed that at she first didn’t take the nail technician’s advice but then: “That’s when I realized my brother might have been trying to show me the light all along”.
She buys the philosophy that less really is more but she still digs getting gussied up for a night out.
Her routine includes drinking lots of water, washing and moisturizing her face every morning and night.