Osas dazzles in an Erica Moore form-fitting gown.
Osas Ighodaro, who looks every inch the Nollywood star she is, posted a head-turning look on her Instagram page that we can’t get enough of. The announcement of a Septimius Award nomination accompanied the current ensemble.
“Thank you so much for nominating me for Best African Actress at the Septimus Awards for my part as Amara in “RattleSnake: The Ahanna Story,” she wrote in her post. It’s a great honor!
From catching the attention of a prestigious film festival in Amsterdam to stealing our attention time and time again with note-worthy looks, Osas is not only winning in the movie scene, but she also has fashion under control. For example, she recently won Best Dressed at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.
Returning to her most recent look, Osas dazzles in an Erica Moore form-fitting gown. The delicately arranged rhinestones are held together on a sleeveless mesh bodice in this masterpiece. A rhinestone waist bead is affixed to her dress, further emphasizing her snatched waistline, and a voluminous black skirt with a detachable train follows.
Osas wore crystal teardrop earrings and a one-row rhinestone bracelet to add to the glamourous attire. She wore her hair short to accentuate her face, and her makeup was seductive, with flawlessly defined brows, strong lashes, and a red lip.
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