Friday 26th of August was the day that the iconic designer, the first African to host a solo show at New York Fashion Week hosted a show in Harare at Meikles. In the morning he gave a designer’s workshop “Runway to Retail” which was altogether worthy for all startup entrepreneurs to hear. Continue reading “Business lessons from @Tlale_Large Edgars workshop”
I have travelled before to Victoria Falls, but for the first time it was not because of tagging along my mom’s trip – my own savings, my own agenda…I mean I worked for this money so WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG??!….
Apparently…quite a bit. Continue reading “Journey to the JVFCarnival at Mosi-Oa-Tunya (Part I)”
The delays in posting, blame the need to start a business in Zimbabwe that is ethical and fair trade. So I want to talk about a brand I know of, Labour of Love.
Labour of Love Africa is a social enterprise that empowers women in Zimbabwe through creating fashionable clothing, using African Print. Continue reading “Loving my Fair Trade Fashionable Skirts from Zimbabwe”
Its not everyday you find a sulphate free shampoo that is moisturising and needs a small quantity to lather. Continue reading “#HairReview OGX shampoo and conditioner”
Hope you had a lovely weekend!
We’ve got some exciting lifestyle/celebrity news coming up from Emirates this week. Continue reading “#Exclusive Updated: Travel News from #Emirates_ZW”
My name is Robin and my makeup storage is ALWAYS a mess. MakeSpace.com asked me to join a collection of bloggers with beauty storage tips, and I absolutely suck at it!
Exhibit 1: WTF Mess is this! Continue reading “Make-up fiasco storage”
There comes a time you become low manipulation for your hair to grow. In twists they go and be oiled that way.
Remember that conditioner and oil are your hairs bestfriend, natural or relaxed it is very important.
Thanks to Ultimate Organic Zimbabwe – for the product testing of their COCONUT OIL
And here it goes. Continue reading “Review: Ultimate Organic Coconut Oil #NaturalHair”
I go through times of depression and encouragement very often. Living in a country with so much negative press, a general sour mood of people who have no hope. People often see failure before they try anything out.
At a coffee shop I talked to Karen Mukwedeya, I told her simply my frame of thinking for 2016 was to just go for it. Continue reading “Dream it and then. . .Just do it!”
I have become extremely busy these days. Starting a new job with different challenges, daily battles with sexism can exhaust me. There is no reason for me to lose my hair because of all the stress.
Time to get my hair done can be scarce as time is not on my side. So here is what I do to protect my hair. Continue reading “Simplistic protective hairstyling”