6 rare sizzling photos of the late Spicy Looks

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As reported earlier, Ghanaian makeup artist and model, Dorcas Yamoah, popularly called Dorky parted ways with the living on January 7, 2020 at the Korle Bu Hospital.

Spicy Looks as she is called reportedly died after few days of sickness following an accident. Spicy Looks was one renowned make-up artist Ghana can boast of and anyone not excluding Afia Schwarzenegger who has passed through her hands can attest to her artistry prowess.

Related Post:– Cut down in her prime: Top Ghanaian makeup artist, Spicy Looks confirmed dead

Friends and colleagues in the fashion fraternity have become inconsolable over her sudden demise and have since thronged the various social media platforms to wish her well as she journeys home to meet her maker.

To mourn but also celebrate her, we reproduce five of her best photos taken from social media.

See photos of the late Spicy Looks born Yamoah Dorcas below;

 

 

 

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