COVID-19: TM Lewin shuts physical stores, moves online
TM LEWIN has become the latest retailer to shut its physical outlets, with 600 jobs lost. The 122-year-old shirt maker’s 66 shops, which also sell shoes, suits and ties, will disappear physically, though its online platform will remain.
Give your skin a treat this season
It have been a wet couple of days and while you may think this doesn’t affect your skin in any way, it actually does. Rain makes our skin oilier/drier (depending on your skin), irritates sensitive skin, triggers allergies and can cause fungal and bacterial skin infections.
Seven toxic ingredients to watch out for in makeup, skincare products
Everyone loves to look and feel good, and for this reason, we invest a lot of money in beauty products. The downside, however, is there are a lot of chemicals in these products you may not be aware of that are actually harmful to your skin and health.
Learn how to natural hair your natural hair in minutes with our simple tutorial
As naturalists, there are just some days when you do not want your hair in a fro or puff, the twists would therefore be a perfect protective styling option.
Covid-19: Aso-Ebi traders, bridal houses count losses in billions
As the Federal and Lagos State governments ease the lockdown imposed to curtail the spread of Covid-19, Nigeria’s multibillion Naira fashion industry
Five signs your skincare routine is not right
We all want very flawless and bright skin, we literally wear makeup and complexion products to mimic the look of perfect skin and make us look extra beautiful.
Rejuvenate your skin with natural homemade masks
We have been sitting home for over a month now and though the lockdown is almost over, it is not yet over and so there is still time for you to make your very own home-made natural facemask and get your face ready to resume normal activities.
Protect yourself with home-made face masks
This time last year, it was unusual to see anyone outside using face-masks when moving around. No thanks to Coronavirus, face-masks have become a necessity and are set to become a compulsory item for every Nigerian that intends to move around in public.
‘Even with this pandemic, there are opportunities for industry players, Nigeria’
Nonye Goodie-Obi is the brain behind Nonnistics, a Lagos based bespoke and read-to- wear outfit, specialising in women and men’s wear as well as bridal couture. In this interview, she talks about how Covid-19 is affecting Nigeria