Our best dressed man is Idris Sultan 🙂
So, what are we cooking today?
Our best dressed man is Idris Sultan 🙂
My favourite couples of 2016 are Vanessa Mdee and Juma Jux. They are absolutely goalssss
Don’t forget to watch their new video song.
Entrepreneur of the year 2016 is Jokate Mwengelo. I love Jokate because of her hardworking. She is a go-getter = someone who is very energetic, determined to be successful, and able to deal with new or difficult situations easily. Apart from kidoti hair and kidoti slippers, Jokate launched this year the “kidoti bags”. Why would’nt you love her 🙂
Artist of the year 2016 is nobody else but Ali Kiba, the king himself. Kiba’s popular song “Aje” won 10+ awards this year. Kiba is known for his humbleness en beautiful voice. Kiba also won the MTV EMA 2016 as Best International Act: Africa and on the 20th May 2016, Sony Music Entertainment announced signing Ali Kiba.
Model of the year 2016 is nobody else but Herieth Paul. Herieth is a 21 years old Tanzanian fashion model who was one of the Victoria’s secret models of 2016.
Paul was one of three models in the Tom Ford Fall/Winter 2013 campaign, photographed by Tom Ford.This campaign was named one of the top ten campaigns of Fall 2013 by The Business of Fashion and by Racked.com.Herieth has appeared in beauty campaigns for cKone and Tom Ford.
And she is the new face of Maybelline.
My 2016 fashion killer is nobody else but Elizabeth Lulu Michael, the Queen of Slaying. No matter what hairstyles she did or what she wore, she slayed her way through out the year 2016.
You can’t be blamed for loving yourself in makeup because it does conceal a lot of skin imperfections, but there are eight things you need to be aware of right now concerning makeup.
Putting on makeup these days is almost as natural and automatic as dressing in clothes. A lot of women can’t even leave their homes without their go-to products. Women who have embraced makeup so much probably are not even used to seeing their faces completely bare in the mirror—so much so that going makeup free, even the idea of it, can feel uncustomary and even irreverent for many—as if they’d melt if another person saw them without even the slightest makeup on.
Hardly any sensible article comes up when you try to google this title. When you start tweaking your keywords a little, your search results will start returning basic makeup tutorials, makeup ideas, things professional makeup artists know that you should and that kind of stuff. What these returns don’t actually say are listed below just so somebody finally lays down the facts and dispels some preposterous things you’ve heard (or believed!) about makeup.
Many women are horrified just considering the idea or picturing themselves mingling with strangers and meeting their friends without makeup on. If you’re one of them, do yourself a favor and don’t live like this!
There are many things that makeup can give you—yes, even self-confidence—but that’s not the primary way to develop confidence in yourself. It’s knowing yourself and what you want better, what you know and what you stand for that really makes you gain confidence in yourself.
Young skin is beautiful. Period. Don’t let makeup advertisements tell you otherwise. If you’re young, give yourself time to love how gorgeous you look without makeup. Even when you see freckles and zits, you don’t need to cover those up. You’re allowed to have imperfections—everybody does!
If you’re old, your skin is best left alone. The more products you layer, the older you get. That’s because more products will be seeping into your deep-seated wrinkles. When your products cake on you, you’ll get more wrinkle problems because those unwanted lines become so much more obvious. You may be better off wearing just moisturizer instead.
Dermatologists have been warning against the potential of products to irritate the skin even when these products are non-comedogenic. Try this simple experiment. Take out all of the products in your makeup stash and go through the ingredients one by one. What do you see?
You’ll probably find a thick list of chemicals and synthetics you can’t even figure out how to pronounce. These, along with the fragrances, colorants and preservatives, can cause more serious skin and even health problems if you don’t start paying attention to what you’re putting on your skin.
Most especially when your makeup leaves you with an irritated skin, that’s a sign that you have an inflammation, which is a direct cause of skin damage and aging. In fact, makeup increases your exposure to free radicals, which can damage your skin and further down to your DNA.
Wear makeup sparingly, and put on only the ones that you might absolutely require—nothing more. When you do apply makeup, make sure to wipe it off and cleanse it off of your face completely. Any residue will always have the potential to start a blemish, which, in turn, can start an acne breakout.
Many women perceive makeup as a tool that makes them confident and beautiful. It’s a tool that is supposed to enhance your assets and make up for your less flattering features. If you don’t think you are beautiful in the first place, no amount of makeup can make you feel that you are.
Makeup is fine, but rather focus on taking better care of your skin. Do not irritate your skin unnecessarily by using too many makeup products, wearing products made with harsh ingredients or forgetting to cleanse and clear your skin from makeup residue.
Makeup is just a product. You can choose to use it, but you do not have to need to get it all the time. Makeup has several uses, but it’s not something you should turn to to feel beautiful and more confident about who you really are.
There are peoples who don’t know what vegan means and then there are peoples being vegan to them means, no meat = boring lifestyle.
To be a vegan doesnt mean being boring, and by boring I mean terrible food. If you can browse through my posts, you’ll find vegan recipes and they are delicious ones. And it’s cheap. We all know the price of meat.
#72 on my bucketlist is “Going vegan for a month”. For someone who loves meat/fish/milk, its going to be a huge challenge for me, but am willing to give it a try. I did some research before i decided to go vegan. And my question is DO VEGAN EAT FISH? Some bloggers wrote that vegans are allowed to eat fish and some said fish is a NO for vegan. So, any vegan in here who would like to share with us what is right or wrong. I’m definitely not gonna eat fish, but I’d like to know what is correct.
Fresh – Raw & cooking
Fresh – Cooking
3. Leafy greens
6. Grains, Beans and Legumes
Healthy fats are a very important part of a healthy vegan diet! Include a wide selection of items from this list to ensure a good balance of omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids. Keep a couple of different whole foods like avocado, dark chocolate, nuts/seeds, or olives on hand for snacking, at least 1 nut/seed butter for dipping fruit, spreading on toast, or adding to oatmeal, and a couple of different oils for cooking, making salad dressings, or supplementation. Larger quantities of nuts and seeds should be kept in the freezer to prevent spoilage.
9. Non-diary products
14. Vegan alternatives and convenience foods
Please do share with us, if you other things.
credit: ilovevegan – for the shopping list
I want take this moment and thank everyone for being with me throughout the year. I know I havent been posting lately, its just I have been soo occupied. But I promise next year am gonna do my best and try to post 3-4x a week.
2016 has been a great year to me. Achieved some things that I’ll forever be grateful for, learned alot of lesson, made mistakes, travelled, inshort its been a great year.
I wish you a blessed holiday season. May this Christmas bring you comfort, joy, peace and happiness to last throughout the coming year. Christmas is a time for cherishing those who bring so many blessings to our lives. There are so many gifts I want to give to you this Christmas. Peace, love, joy, happiness are all presents I am sending your way.
May your home be filled with the joy of the Christmas season. Here’s wishing you a blessed Christmas and Happy New Year.
Like having a hair-free bikini area, but don’t want to spend 50+ dollars? A little uncomfortable with the idea of letting a stranger near your bikini area, yet you still want the hair removed? No problem! $10 and a mirror is all you need.
DIY Brazilian Wax
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