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Growing your Natural Hair naturally…introducing the #FesoChallenge

HARARE – Natural hair has now exceeded being a mere movement, but it is now a way of life in Zimbabwe. Corporate naturalistas are making their mark in their kinky Afros, no need to be told our hair is “unprofessional”. My natural hair is growing, however it has reached a stunt, much like my hair when it was relaxed.

So I am creating a #FESOChallenge by Ngosikadzi Concrete Jungle BLOG, I am inviting all those interested to join a Facebook group and participate in the challenge to grow their hair naturally or follow the progress. Continue reading “Growing your Natural Hair naturally…introducing the #FesoChallenge”

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Festival fashion the HAMBA Mzuri Sana travel collection

I love me some festival fashion, the music and the fun needs clothes that are easy and liberating.

Hence I never seem to find enough clothing that can express my free spirit with the right balance of culture and fashion.  Continue reading “Festival fashion the HAMBA Mzuri Sana travel collection”

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Travel Zimbabwe, introducing hambanow.com

It must have been the water of Zambezi that cleansed my thoughts, away from the smoke of the urban city of Harare – the smoke I rather felt was from the Falls’ “Smoke That Thunders” – Mosi-oa-Tunya known as Victoria Falls.

It is from that the name HAMBA came into my mind, Hamba Now, Travel Now, Go Now a travel company. Continue reading “Travel Zimbabwe, introducing hambanow.com”

My first facial, an honest experience

Curtley’s Zimbabwe HARARE – In all my years, I have never found the need to have a facial. My skin has no acne problem, in fact it changes its needs every season. Winter is my best time for my skin, it behaves well. In high school I subjected it to a lot of sunburn because of a bad habit in winter.

I revived it with water SPF and brightening cosmetics, but the best for me was Tea Tree Cream and Vitamin E cream.

Fast forward, as I did the #FESOChallenge, Kuda from Curtley’s Salon and Spa gave me a surprise facial after having learnt about FESO hair cosmetic range.  Continue reading “My first facial, an honest experience”

Avoiding a male style disaster

Everyone has that guy they know who has horrid style. While they may not like the idea of a gay stylist or their bae telling them their style is whack, they need this infographic. There is no shade here, remembering someone was not impressed with AKA a South African rappers black tie brown shoes at an event with his current bae, Bonang.

So please all those with a husband, boyfriend, guy friend, brother, cousin whose style never knows what to wear for a dresscode www.theblacktux.com sent me an infographic to solve that mess! Continue reading “Avoiding a male style disaster”

Something special about the Sauti za Busara festival

Stone Town, ZANZIBAR – Sauti za Busara an African music festival took place in the historical monument in Zanzibar at the Old Fort and Forodhani Gardens in Stone Town. During the 9th – 12th of February visitors from Tanzania, Africa and around the world flocked the island in anticipation for the live African music shows, artist workshops and musical collaborations. Continue reading “Something special about the Sauti za Busara festival”

Bentonite Clay for the face to slay, zit-zapping tricks

Bentonite Clay is helping my face to slay, I need it now more than ever.

Apparently bacteria we interact with at the workplace, and gym and touching our face can cause acne and dirt accumulating. Continue reading “Bentonite Clay for the face to slay, zit-zapping tricks”

@Emirates DUBAI Specials for Harare travel lovers!

Ever dreamt of DUBAI and think when or how you will get there if you havent…worry not people because daily flights to Dubai by Emirates from HARARE International Airport. Continue reading “@Emirates DUBAI Specials for Harare travel lovers!”