Hey guys! Me again. Starting with pleasantries…how was the weekend? Mine lasted like 3 seconds so…I dunno. I’ve been so crowded and crammed and so instead of showing new created content, today is about sharing inspiration.
The outfit posts on the blog are just taking baby steps as this blog is more for beauty than fashion and style. But I loved this dress I wore last Sunday and I thought to show you how I wore it.
I know, I know. I’m always the last to understand or get the hang of a fashion trend, item or faux pas. I don’t really care much for clothes (I can almost hear some of my fashion blogger followers gasping). I’m just more of a ‘beat your face to perfection and leave the rest to God’ kinda girl.
I even just got my first pair of ripped jeans a couple of months back. In my defence, you’ll most likely get walked out of Clinic if you show up in ripped jeans and a choker.
I love Yvonne Nelson, I absolutely do. With all my heart. I have this thing in my head that makes me think we look somewhat alike. Lol, crazy. I stalk her Instagram, Facebook…everything! Continue reading
This post is about my first editorial! Yay! I worked with geniuses in their fields. Made Magazine in their October edition had Lola Savage, singer, actress and general awesome human being, gracing their cover and I did her makeup. Continue reading
So, I pick up my pen and journal 20 times and drop it 20 times over. And that’s what I’ve been doing till it became a full month since I last posted. This has got to be the busiest time in a long time for me. What with medical school and my brand that seems to be sprouting and growing all on its own(yay to God). But hey! This is me with a new post.
I’m featuring Omorficulture. I mentioned her in a previous post and I just want to say that her work is amazing.
This shoot was for her first capsule collection, “Bricks and Mortar.” Continue reading
Nigerian Saturdays are the best! You have to trust me on this one. I mean, how many places in the world have an excessive number of large, grandiose parties with dancing, loud music and too much food and of course ‘spraying’ of money, better known as Owambe. Just saying. Continue reading