Actress Linda Osifo Shows Off Her Tribal Marks As She Shares Makeup Free Face (Photos)

Fast rising Nollywood actress, model and TV host Linda Osifo has steadily established herself as a force to reckon with ever since she came into the spotlight. Best known for her roles in the TV show Desperate Housewives Africa, and the movie Bed Lamp, Linda has also been known to flaunt her melanin magic without hesitation. She shared a photo of herself flaunting her tribal mark



Shared with caption: Shared with caption: “Future husband, e good make you know say I fit slay even with no makeup and bare tribal marks oh! Las las, you be lucky blessed man! Na lie…?”



The Edo state born star has proved through her images that black is truly beautiful; not that there was ever a factual doubt. Linda’s beauty game consistently speaks of simplistic elegance and serves as an inspiration to her fans and young African women on the need to embrace our melanin and Afro-textured hair.



Whether she is rocking a nude glam, bold eyeshadow or red lippie, she knows how to keeps things simple and classy without coming off as boring.



Never one to miss an opportunity to show off her beautiful natural hair, her hairdos are always fabulously styled. So, if you ever felt natural hair styling options are limited, Linda Osifo will definitely prove you wrong. She’s in deed the real black barbie and we just can’t get enough of her cool and chic beauty looks!


Here are 10 of Linda Osifo’s beauty looks we absolutely love…



The actress took to her Instagram page on Thursday, January 24, 2019, where she shared a photo of the sprawling mansion and went on to caption it with a quote of her different levels of growth since her move back to Nigeria.

“Na small small… I squatted at first in someone’s house (A great helper till now) -2013, Rented a shared apartment with a complete stranger -2014, Rented my own 3 room apartment in lekki- 2015, Glory to God….like play sha na we them dey call Landlord for this Lagos! -2018



“If I never took that bold step & got on that plane….there wouldn’t be ‘LAO’ today. Don’t let them tell you it’s not possible because of your gender, age, skin color, background, education or whatever! Let them know your dreams are POSSIBLE because you have a LIVING GOD. Never give the glory to man, but to God only! #TBTgratitude #Testimony,” she wrote.




She recently in an interview with Punch, she said: ‘I am from Benin City in Edo State. I am my parents’ first daughter, but I have an elder brother and a younger sister. I had a good childhood experience spiced with lots of fun. However, I moved to Canada when I was still very young. Growing up outside Nigeria was cool, but I feel there were certain things I missed out on back home while I was in Canada. Nevertheless, my childhood was great and I really enjoyed it.




Photo credit: IG | @lindaosifo


Source: StyleRave