The #FESOChallenge Facebook group is growing, almost a 100 members. So far with my hair, I have noticed growth and health. So a summary so far of what has happened so far: Week 1: 8 April – ASSESSMENT I got a hair analysis in the scalp clinic, for a nominal fee of $10 for assessment one can see hair health and density. My scalp has … Continue reading Growing Natural Hair naturally; 3 weeks into the #FESOChallenge
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”
HARARE – I always knew that my choices in foods was the problem. Diet is 80 percent of weight loss, by diet I mean what you eat and drink will have an impact the most on your body. People have misunderstood the word diet to mean a program that is insane, e.g A liquids only eating plan for a week or two to lose 8 kilograms. Continue reading “The Concrete Jungle Workout Plan 2017”
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”
African print designs, have become over used by people. This means designers have had to go beyond the usual placement and innovate with fabrics.
After seeing Wazal‘s designs I realised that African Print is indeed alive and well revived in this Cameroonian designer based in Paris.
The Wazal collection 2016/2017 called “Ova Tété”. Continue reading “Wazal Couture: Cameroonian fashion we are head ‘ova’ heels with”
The holidays are nearing and it is always about that hairstyle you want. You know the hairstyle for all your selfies, a “woke up like this” look you know.
So we did the research for you with a few pop culture celebrities who slayed so much you might want to emulate the hairstyles. OK at least copy one of them! Continue reading “Holiday hairstyles inspired by 2016 POP culture”
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”