After her experience at Big Brother Naija reality show, Ifu Ennada, who was just like any other young girl with a dream, blossomed and became a household name.
Now a beauty mogul in the making and the founder and CEO of award-winning hair care brand, BeautIFU Ennada, the soft spoken diva reveals the only reason she would go under the knife.
“Going under the knife is a now common trend now in Nigeria. If I ever decide to go for a plastic surgery, it wouldn’t be because I don’t love my body, but to correct a problem I’ve had since my teen years.
“Dishing advise to the new Big Brother Naija housemates from her wealth of experience, Ifu Enneda whose real names are Iheme Faith Uloma hinted that the new housemates need to sell themselves in the best way possible.
“My advice to the new set of BBN housemates would be for them to make use of the platform to sell themselves. They need to consciously let people watching know what to expect from them after they leave the house, this way it’ll be easier for them to excel in their chosen businesses after the house. For instance, when I was in the house, I intentionally wore my natural hair all through my stay. I needed people to identify me with healthy natural hair because I knew I’d be launching my business haircare line, beautIFU Ennada after leaving the house. So, the new housemates need to sell themselves in the best way possible. Also, after leaving the house, they shouldn’t think of themselves as instant successes but start working hard to become successful in their chosen fields, because they don’t have anything to their name aside from being on a popular show. Equating popularity to success is very tempting and is a standard mistake reality TV Stars make. Popularity can fizzle out if not managed well. Also, fame doesn’t equate to success. You must learn how to exploit your reputation to create wealth, and it all starts from what I talked about earlier on.”