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From Noble Igwe to Toke Makinwa, See How With a Good Dose of Colours these Celebrities Slay!

From Noble Igwe to Toke Makinwa, See How With a Good Dose of Colours these Celebrities Slay!

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What’s your favorite colour? Wait! Wait! Wait! Before you answer that, seriously and s-l-o-w-l-y think about it…

Okay. Now re-imagine your wardrobe… What’s the dominant colour amongst your clothes? Yellow? Blue? What about the shoes?

Choosing the colour of your office, your clothes, shoes or bags should not be taken lightly – colours affect our moods and productivity. You don’t believe? A study has shown that colours have effect on our heart rate and respiration rate, even including how fast we walk or move our body.

So we’ve put together a lineup of celebrities, who are fashion forward, productive, happy, and who S-L-A-Y on a constant in colours! See the Colours they’ve been rocking, colours that make them bubble with life. Perhaps this is their secret (Don’t say we told you). And did we mention it’s in no particular order?

1. Bolanle Olukanni – Yellow and Blue

She’s the co-host of the famous Project Fame West Africa, Moments With Mo and host of On the Carpet with Bolinto. She recently took home the coveted Future Awards Africa Prize for On Air Personality (Visuals).

Her power colours are the vivacious duo of yellow and blue! Check out some of her best style moments.


2. Toke Makinwa – Red and Blue 

Bestselling Author of On Becoming as she calls herself. Toke is an award winning multi-media personality, (Radio, TV and Youtube). She was recently named by Okadabooks.com as the Best Selling author for 2016.

Her power colours are the radiant duo of red and blue! Check out some of her best style moments.


3. Mo’Cheddah  in Red

Modupe-Oreoluwa Oyeyemi Ola, known by her stage name Mo’Cheddah, is a multi-award winning recording nigerian rapper and singer. She owns the Mocheddah Clothing brand.

Lately, she has become one of the few celebrities who have favoured the colour red in her style which signifies power, energy, intensity and all things wow! Check out some of her best style moments.


4. Zainab Balogun – Red

An actress, model and television actress rolled into one, Slaynab never disappoints with an incredible sense of fashion.

Her power colour is the enigmatic red! Check out some of her best style moments.


5. Noble Igwe – Blue

Noble Igwe is a Nigerian blogger, and the founder and Chief Executive Officer of 360 Group, 360nobs.com and Style Vitae. He has been nominated for the Nigerian Teen Choice Award for Choice Most Fashionable Male.

His power colour is blue which is often associated with depth and stability. Blue symbolizes wisdom, confidence and intelligence, so it’s no surprise why a lot of men love the colour blue. Check out some of his best style moments.


6. Denola Grey – Blue

Denola Grey is a TV presenter and Style Blogger, he owns denolagrey.com

Like Noble, his power colour is the masculine blue. Check out some of his best style moments.

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7. RMD – Blue

He describes himself on IG as Actor | Lawyer | Grandpa |Writer. Richard Mofe Damijo’s fashion sense is F-L-A-W-L-E-S-S. RMD LOVES the colour blue!

Don’t believe me…check out his Instagram and you’ll be convinced in a second. His loves darker shades of blue which represent knowledge, power and integrity, some of the qualities we’ve come to know him for over the years. Check out some of his best style moments.


Hmmmm! Blue seems to be winning the game on the block. And we hear it’s the most stable colour amongst colours and celebrities are tapping into it.

In 1999, researchers at Creighton University found that colours significantly influence employees’ emotions and efficiency. Workers in blue offices felt the most centered, calm and hopeful towards their work. Since blue can lower heart rates and green reduces anxiety and is associated with money, a combination of blue and green is best for the productivity.

Now, what is your favorite colour, again?


Resources: Jacobs, Keith W. and Frank G. Hustmyer Jr. (1974), “Effects of Four Psychological Primary Colours on GSR, Heart Rate and Respiration Rate,” Perceptual and Motor Skills, 38, 763-66.


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