One of Nollywood’s finest, Jumoke Aderounmu this week is showing Nigerian style and beauty lovers how to stun in a glam shoot without necessarily going over the top.
Stuck at home? Don’t allow your skin, hair suffer neglect
A Lockdown is not an easy thing to go through and we can either accept or resist it but we can all agree that accepting it is the best way forward. Everyone is locked up at home now and thinking of ways to kill boredom and if you want to uplift your mood easily...
Impressive, colourful in Kente
As more Nigerians embrace traditional attires, people are daily coming up with new ideas on how to make these outfits more creative and stylish. To this end, designers and those that set the pace in the fashion world experiment with different fabrics and textures to create that unique and sophisticated look.
Regal in Senator suit
The Senator suit is simply classy. This attractive native wear, mainly worn by men, is a smart and sophisticated option to the Western suit for those desiring the African look, as it is worn mostly at formal occasions.
Thinking of threading your brows? Here’s all you need to know
There are several methods people employ in maintaining brow beauty these days and eyebrow threading happens to be one of them. Eyebrow threading is a method of grooming your eyebrows
Styling dudes in Ankara shorts
Nigerian men are also making their imprints in the fashion world. They are stepping up their game in this area, by trying to look their best.
Up your style game: Our guide to wearing pendants
Pendants add an exciting element to any necklace because really, what’s the point of wearing a simple chain if there’s no pendant? Pendants are great for complementing the image of a woman.
‘Why organic skin care product is best for armpit’
A number of people are oblivious of the implications of using chemical based deodorant on their skins, neglecting the fact that the armpit is a tender part of the body that should be treated with absolute care and caution to avoid bacteria and dark pigmentation.
Looking gorgeous in Adire
Adire, a resist-dyed fabric, originally produced and worn by the Yoruba, has warmed itself into the hearts of fashion lovers, designers and those that set the pace in the fashion world. What is more? It is not showing any sign of going away.
Slay this heat wave with our ultimate style guide
The weather in the last couple of weeks has been beyond blistering with temperatures rising to 40 degrees and even higher in many parts of the country...