‘My Body is the Temple of the Lord’; MBGN 2015 Unoaku Anyadike Says
Unoaku Anyadike hates revealing dresses because the beauty queen sees her body as the temple of the Lord.
In a new interview with PUNCH, the Anambra State-born Psychologist dished on her style, her pet peeve, what she would never be caught wearing, and especially, why she hates revealing dresses.
The 21 year old beauty queen beat other top contenders to emerge the winner of the pageant held in Calabar last October. Now she is letting her fans in on her personal style.
Read the excerpts.
On her personal style
I would not say that I have always been fashion inclined hundred per cent. I just like to stand out and wear what I think is good on me and feel comfortable in it. I will not wear what is trending especially if it makes me uncomfortable. If I don’t like it, I will not wear it.
I don’t follow trends. If it comes and I like it; feel good, comfortable and it complements my looks, then I may indulge in it. I just wear what I feel comfortable in.
On outfits she is most comfortable in
I am more comfortable in dresses and jeans, but I am not a fan of skirts. I can wear them but it depends.
The skirt could be long and nobody would see my legs. I don’t hate them but I do not feel comfortable wearing skirts. I would rather wear dresses.
On her fashion pet peeve
I would never be caught wearing leggings with a short top. I hate that outfit even though a lot of people wear it. I think it is awful and that is one thing I know I would never be caught wearing.
On why she never wears revealing dresses
Is there a reason for wearing short and revealing dresses? I know girls do it but that is not me. It does not depict my kind of person. I do not like to reveal my body because it is the temple of the Lord. Why should I reveal my body?
On what she thinks about skin bleaching
I have never at any point thought I should be fairer than the way God created me. I don’t think it is a good trend for people to follow. Who says you are not beautiful the way you were created? Who says you must be fair to be beautiful? It is not a good thing to bleach at all.
On why she cut her hair
I cut my hair because it was breaking. I used to have very healthy hair but because of relaxers, it started to break. My hair began to cut on its own before I decided to cut it. It was in a miserable state, so I cut it. I was not aiming to copy those that are claiming ‘team natural hair’. When it grows to the length that I want, then I can relax it and start taking proper care of it again.
On what she thinks about body art
I only have the piercing I was given as a child. I don’t like extra piercing. I am okay with the one that I have. Tattoos are not just for me.
On how her reign as the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria being
It has been interesting and this has been a different journey for me entirely. I will say that it has been alright.
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