You know what, thank God for social media. It gets a bad rep sometimes, but without it we wouldn’t have natural hair tutorials, foundation tips and a host of black beauties. Although we still have a way to go when it comes to us sistas being represented in mainstream advertising – Instagram got us.
Three incredibly beautiful sisters Joba, Jomiloju and Jare have got the Internet shook. The siblings who hail from Nigeria are budding child models. They recently went viral due to a recent photoshoot.
Jare Is The Breakout Star
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But just like the Jacksons, Houston’s and even the Kardashians – there is always one break out star.
Although Joba and Jomiloju are absolutely gorgeous – it’s the youngest sibling Jare that Nigerians can’t stop gushing about. Some have called the 4-year-old “the most beautiful girl in the world.”
Jare has stolen the spotlight because of a particular photoshoot she did without her sisters.
He Wanted To Capture Her Innocence
Photographer Mofe Bamuyiwa says he wanted to portray Jare’s natural beauty and innocence.
He chose to make Jare pose like an adult to truly show her maturity. The talented photographer revealed that the natural look and the pose was his trick to create the timeless portrait.
Bamuyiwa who shared photos of Jara said: “I want to portray the interception between her childhood and adulthood so both stay timeless! 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! Posing them as adults ! Was my trick to create it a timeless portrait! J A R E , when you clock 21 remember to do same pose and style.”