How to Make Your Own Wig (Part 3)

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. Continue reading How to Make Your Own Wig (Part 3)

Demystifying Some Make-Up Misconceptions and Stereotypes

Cosmetics have advanced significantly in recent years, boasting new beauty products that last longer, with a myriad of accompanying innovative application techniques, all aimed at improving what we look like. There’s no shortage of before and after pictures of happy clients by Nigerian make-up artists on Instagram, spotting dramatic transformations, particularly for weddings and other formal events. Continue reading Demystifying Some Make-Up Misconceptions and Stereotypes

Three Black women

Why We Are Still Bestfriends

It’s been 15 years of friendship and I’m often asked how we’ve held it together after all this time.

So, I decided to interview my girls and answer this question once and for all.
It’s been 15 years of friendship and I’m often asked how we’ve held it together after all this time.

So, I decided to interview my girls and answer this question once and for all. Continue reading Why We Are Still Bestfriends

Black History Month: Reviewing The Invention of Wings

GET THIS BOOK For Black History Month, I enjoyed reading the New York Times Bestseller –The Invention of Wings. It’s my second book this year and it took me about 3 days to read it all. Here’s my review. Background The Invention of Wings is an American historical novel by Sue Monk Kidd, set in the early 1800s in Charleston. The story chronicles the life of Sarah Grimké, an aristocrat … Continue reading Black History Month: Reviewing The Invention of Wings