They say black is beautiful, and there is no doubt about it, as beautiful African women have over the years redefined beauty. You might be conversant with titles like beautiful African woman, ‘world beauty woman’ or ‘most beautiful woman in Africa’.
But choosing the most beautiful girl in Africa, that’s a task, as little girls are generally considered beautiful, pretty and cute, and stepping it up to most beautiful girl in the world, she must really be stunning.
Little Jare from Lagos, Nigeria, has, however, set the internet buzzing with laudation over her beautiful features. The 5-year-old who has been named the most beautiful girl in the world was captured by lifestyle-and-wedding photographer, Mofe Bamuyiwa who published 3 un-photoshopped portraits of the beautiful girl on social media with the caption “Oh yes she’s human! She’s also an angel! J A R E.”
The portraits accentuate Jare’s astonishingly smooth chocolaty skin, very beautiful clear eyes and lush hair which got the internet singing about her doll-like looks. She’s even been called “the new Barbie” by many.
Mofe said of his newfound beauty, “I could have made her smile and make her laugh out loud but I put her in their natural moments for us to see through their eyes!”
The photographer was able to convince the mother of Jare, who is considered among girls, most beautiful, to open an Instagram page which she did with username“J3 Sisters”.
The page doesn’t only feature the African beauty, but also her two older sisters, Jomi,7 and Joba,10 who have also been praised for the beautiful features they all share. The girles immediately attracted 16,000 likes and have since then gained no less than 27,796 likes and a stirring 21.6k followers.
Though unlike her predecessor, Anna Pavaga, 8 who gained the title after successfully starting a modeling career at only three, Jare is not a professional model but exudes great potential in that career path. To this Bamuyiwa said “All I want is for everyone to see Jare’s powerful potential. … I want the photo to speak to her when she has reached her adulthood.”