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Whether they revive a smile, or a frown on our face, at times we find them adorable.
It’s important, however, for us to realize that outside that bedroom, to a more public place, scars may be a turn out to be a real turnoff.
This is even more serious in women than men, and in celebrities than anybody else.
A model doing her thing at Kampala Serna Hotel recently
In this photography, we give you Uganda’s big Stars and their big scars.
Our celebrities, like many of us bear some terrifying scars, which they earned back in the days.
Celebs have flaws just like any of us, because they come from amongst us. They fetched firewood, grazed cattle and jumped (or still jump) on boda bodas like everybody else.
But since they are our icons, since they inspire the entirety of us and we crave to be like them, one would expect that they would rather flaunt the best features on their bodies, and conceal the worst.
Then comes our youngsters who hold our flag in the modeling industry.
Africa’s next top model Stacy Amito knee bears a huge scar
A friend of mine once joked that every model in Uganda has experienced some sort of domestic violence! They really have scars!
Now these too have come from the same villages as the rest of us, but we are talking about a slightly more sensitive profession here.
Modeling represents perfection. Models are supposed to represent the very cream of beauty and physical desirability.
In fact the word ‘model’ refers to some sort of representation of imitation. Big scars in serious modeling are simply unacceptable.
Irene Ntale performing at Cayenne recently
Though it is true that there is no such thing as perfection in life, experts in this business advise that scars on a model should not too bad. Only those which can be covered by makeup or concealed by clothing. In print, Photoshop is highly recommended.
Our models need to be told that unconcealed scars can turn off viewers, annoy judges, and pull the focus away from their style and beauty.
Models must find ways of dealing with their scars
So we don’t look sexists, let’s give you Navio as well
A top Kampala socialite at a nightspot recently
Scars on Chameleone’s face can be attributed to his regular physical fights with fellow musicians