December 2016

HOLIDAY MAKEUP TIPS

Posted on December 20, 2016

The festive season is upon us, most of us will love to look “beat” and go extra mile with the makeup, here are some of my tips to kick your makeup game for party up a notch Prep the Skin: Exfoliate, moisturise & use a primer that will ensure makeup last throughout the party. For oily skin, use a mattifying primer. I use the milk of magnesia to mattify my T-zone as it works best and the Rimmel Fix & PerfectRead More

HOW TO TRIM NATURAL HAIR

Posted on December 17, 2016

Although, we want to hold on to every length of our hair, but there are times we have to let go of the tangled and split ends that wouldn’t want our hair to be great. Trimming natural hair to get rid of split ends and tangles is necessary to maintain overall health of the hair. Getting rid of the tangled ends reduces time spent on detangling and strain placed on hair while detangling. Trimming split ends reduces hair shedding andRead More

DIY AVOCADO DEEP CONDITIONER & DEEP CONDITIONING ROUTINE FOR NATURAL HAIR 

Posted on December 13, 2016

Hi Guys, welcome back to my blog. Recently, I’ve been adding avocado to my DIY deep conditioner as I learnt that it can do wonders for hair. Avocado is a fruit that is loaded with potassium  (almost twice of banana’s) and amino acids, proteins, magnesium, folic acid, copper and iron. It is also high in vitamins A, D, E and B6. Benefits of Avocado for Hair Avocados are high in vitamins B & E, which work at cellular level toRead More

WEANING MY LIL KING: FAAIZ FIRST MEALS

Posted on December 7, 2016

Welcome back to my blog Loves. In my last motherhood post, I talked about weaning my Lil King with home made food instead of store bought foods like I did his sisters. Today, I will be sharing some easy to make, affordable meals we have been enjoying. What food  you introduce to your baby first is entirely individual and at times cultural. In Nigeria, where I come from, babies first food is usually pap (semi-liquid food made from maize or millet); whichRead More

HOW TO PRE-POO NATURAL HAIR.

Posted on December 6, 2016

Hi Loves, welcome back to my blog. I’m one of those naturals who believe a real deep cleanse of the hair is needed at least once a month to get rid of all product build up which co-wash may not do. Clarifying hair enable the hair follicles and scalp ready to absorb new products and flourish. But, clarifying shampoo can be too harsh on hair not only  getting rid of the product build up, also stripping it of its naturalRead More

SHEA MOISTURE JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL STRENGTHEN & RESTORE SHAMPOO WITH PEPPERMINT & APPLE CIDER VINEGAR REVIEW

Posted on December 5, 2016

Hi Loves, welcome back to my blog. Shea Moisture sent me some products from their Jamaican Black Castor Oil range. I use the Leave-in Conditioner in this range and I love it so much, it is an holy grail for me. Seeing how much I love the Leave-in, I was so excited to try the shampoo and other products out. Today, I will be reviewing the “SHEA MOISTURE JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL STRENGTHEN & RESTORE SHAMPOO WITH PEPPERMINT & APPLERead More

WEANING MY LlL KING: GETTING IT RIGHT

Posted on December 3, 2016

Hi Loves, welcome back to my blog. In today’s post, I will be sharing how I have been weaning my Lil King and our experience so far. Weaning is one of those things I believe has to be got right and done well as it lays foundation for children’s eating habit. Weaning is the process of moving your little one from diet of just milk to solid food too. On the average, weaning should start around 5 to 6 monthsRead More

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