Winter is usually a depressing season for most. The cold morning and nights, wearing more clothes to keep warm and staying indoors to avoid the dreadful flu. Our skin gets dry quickly in winter and we don’t drink or eat healthy food to help our skin, we eat more hot junk food. The following tips will help during the winter season!
By Darnelle Thompson Layering: the Holy Grail of winter fashion slayage. When it comes to winter fashion, people tend to pile up their baskets with unnecessary items of clothing that may most probably go unnoticed if your layering technique is not strategically thought out, right? Wrong! If you are lazy as I am, I assure … Continue reading The Art of Layering
By Elsie Masutha Our skin is affected by many factors, including our health, the food we eat, and climate change. With winter very well on its way- so is bad skin… or good skin. The following tips will help make the long cold journey not so bitter and dreadful anymore. What you eat Forget the … Continue reading A Few Beauty Tips to Survive Winter
By Noluthando Tsoko If you’re like me, you don’t see the point in manuals when the adrenaline of possibly breaking something new (then not) is so much more exhilarating. However, I wouldn’t mind if a fairy whispered tips on what to expect during graduation day, would you? Graduation season comes and goes, but that might … Continue reading Graduation: One Take
By Zine Mabunu Growing up I experienced mild to moderate eczema breakouts, it first began on my hind knees and the mid-section of my arms. I visited a doctor and he prescribed Mylocot (a stage 2 steroid cream that seemed to work for me in the beginning). After excessive and daily use I learnt that … Continue reading Managing My Eczema
By Darnelle Thompson Keeping up with internet discussions on hair types and textures in the beginning of my natural hair journey (3 years to date) was a huge shlep and to be honest, I found it unnecessary and boring as hell! After some extensive research (I was bored), I stumbled upon Naturallycurly.com's hair references. I've included … Continue reading Keeping Up With The Coils
By Elsie Masutha From the copper and lead ore that the ancient Egyptians used to create the world’s first cosmetics to the scientifically advanced products of today that can do everything from hide pores, smooth complexions, and turn the pale green of your eyes a vivid shade of emerald, makeup has been an integral part … Continue reading History of Make Up
By Darnelle Thompson Winter's finally crept in, and for most of us that means frustratingly dry, cracked and flaky skin. As experts advise switching up your moisturising regime for something better equipped to send the dry flakiness packing all through the blusters. We've come up with 5 body soaks with ingredients all from your pantry that … Continue reading Winter is Upon Us
By Darnelle Thompson & Zine Mabunu From seeing our mothers and our idols wearing it as a symbol to show respect when meeting with elders; to using it as a cover-up for a bad hair day; to wearing it simply because you want to, a crown holds no competition to a turban. When you meet … Continue reading Turban Rendition – Who Taught You?