2016 was a really great year for me and this year appears to be no exception! I’m off on another adventure, this time I’m going to Senegal! The Republic of Senegal […]
P:S: I don’t understand this “Happy Ash Wednesday!” y’all keep sending me. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of lent, a period of solemn repentance, fasting and prayer. Please explain to me what is “happy” about it in the comment section below!
If you read my previous posts (How to Make Your Own Wig (Part 1) and (Part 2), you are ready for this one.
In my experience, tutorial videos are the best way to teach and share knowledge. Sadly, I am unable to make tutorial videos pending when I get my new camera.
Consequently, this post will be made up of a list of YouTube videos I learnt from.
From my previous post, I will assume you have decided on the kind of wig you want to make. This post will focus on what you need to make your wig and where to find them.
To make your first wig, you have to first decide on the type of wig you want to make. Since synthetic wigs are relatively affordable, this post will focus on making a Human Hair Wig. There are so many different wigs structures designed to meet one’s individual need and I have tried to explain this in the table below.
With technological and design advancements, wigs have become an essential for a growing number of Nigerian women. No longer just a luxury, wigs have become a practical accessory in the female closet. For daily users or occasional dependents, wigs offer numerous cosmetic and hygiene benefits which I will attempt to list in this post.
Driving to work this morning and late as usual, I turned on the radio to find Kachi of Kiss FM suggesting we take on the 14 days #NoMakeUp Challenge and go bare-faced for Valentine’s Day. This caught my attention because I took the no make-up challenge for a month late last year but I didn’t come round to telling you all about it.