Sunday, 24 March 2013
Saturday, 23 March 2013
Friday, 15 March 2013
Tuesday, 12 March 2013
Hello lovelies, top of the day to you. I hope the week has been fantastic so far?
Y'all know I love goodies (or who doesn't?). So my friend YCFOnline is doing a giveaway on her blog and it is open to readers in Lagos and Abuja ( or if you are close to any of those places and know how to collect your goody if selected).
Here is how to win this awesome Nude Oasis blazer which comes in sizes 10 & 12 (UK)
- Follow YCFOnline with Google Friend Connect or click 'Join this site' in the middle footer bar on the blog. This is absolutely compulsory!!!
- Like YCFOnline on facebook
- Like Paige Clothing on facebook
- Mention any item in Paige Clothing Online store, eg Oasis Nude Blazer. PS You'll be disqualified if you write what someone has already written
- Leave a comment on this post on YCFOnline with your name,Facebook name, email address, and your answer
This giveaway is sponsored by Paigeclothing.com, for pocket friendly, fab and lovely women apparels.
Follow on twitter @paigeclothing, add BBpin 28735BA0 or call 08169182981
Let me add here by saying the two lucky winners may be featured on my blog wearing the blazers stylishly so you all can see and admire.
May the lucky ladies win. Good luck!
Sunday, 10 March 2013
I'm going to keep this post as short and precise as possible (its supposed to be a reply to a comment in my last style post) - it's about my hair and the many things I do/ have done it to achieve it's present state.
I'm naturally not who you could categorize as hairy, I'm very far from that. I don't not have a long mane of hair, but I do have a hand full of it. It hasn't always been this way, my hair has always been thin and annoying; couldn't do the styles I wanted. All this changed when I went for my masters; I woke up one day and discovered my hair had gained lots of volume and strength, of course I was excited.
There and then in front of the mirror in my room, I decided to aid the growth by paying more attention to my hair. First place I went to for inspiration was of course Youtube, and boy, did I get a lot of videos and treatments and stories about what worked and didn't, myths and truths. That was when I had the real dilemma - which products to use, how often to use them, and in what quantity.
Salvation came when I went to this Jamaican salon some blocks from my place. The first thing she did was to chop off most of my hair, she said it was weak and tired :( . I wasn't too happy cos my hair was just gaining its strength, how dare she chop it all off? But it was all for a good cause, as she conditioned my hair with some concoction she refused to tell me, but which I finally got to know after several visits.
Before I go further, let me point out that this is my personal experience, which I may not guarantee would work for everyone. OK, so the secret portion my hair stylist used/ uses for my hair is:
- Castor oil
- Shea butter
Fast forward to Naija, and the weather and all, my hair isn't as lovely as it used to be, but I still do my best to keep it conditioned. For one, its lost its bounce, its always looking too limp, I'm guessing cos of the heat.
My current hair, although it looks like dreads or curls or whatever, it is actually curls; I didn't cut my hair. Just rolled it so it looks really short, I think its appropriate for the weather. Personally I can't carry weaves for more than 2 weeks, but with this heat, I can't guarantee carrying it for that long, hence my curls.
I am currently toying with the idea of going natural, but don't think I have the patience to pull through; its such hard work. So in the mean time, I will continue experimenting until I finally get to where I am going ( don't think I'll ever get there though, cos I don't know where. Think I'm addicted to changing hair styles).
Have a great week ahead.