Arin is an ex-housemate and reality star of the just-concluded season of the big brother Naija reality show. When she got into the house, she faced heavy criticism from many viewers of the show because she revealed the number of piercings she has on her body.
According to Arin, she has about 17 piercings found on her nose, on her lower lip, multiple piercings in her ears, and then her navel.
This contributed to one of the reasons she was voted out of the show as people criticized her looks amongst many other things. Arin is currently out there working hard to make her fashion brand a big thing as she said on stage on the day she was evicted.
As you can see, below is a photo of Arin before she got into the show and after she left the show. There's a lot of difference which is telling very well on her.
It seems as though Arin has reduced the number of rings she rocks as can be seen in her most recent pictures. People are beginning to adore her beautiful look without too many rings. Check out the photo below: on the left is a photo of Arin in the big brother Naija house and on the right is a recent photo of her now that she is out of the house.
The photo on the left below trended the day Arin got into the house. The reason is because of the revelation she made about her piercings. Today, the reality star is getting a lot of praise from fans who prefer her without the rings.
Kindly tell us which of her looks you prefer in the comments section below.
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