Supported by: Workstation and Nuli Juice
House of Debola is a Nigeria based brand that retails fashion pieces from your favourite stores worldwide. They recently just launched their flagship store and I was invited.
Debola the brand owner happens to be a dear friend of mine and I was excited to attend . She started out as an online store but now has a physical location in the heart of Ikeja. 61, Allen avenue Ikeja.
Present were people who were ready to network, eat and of course shop.
I enjoyed my self and though I didn’t take my camera along, the brand was kind to send me these photos below.
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I partnered with @twelve03meals on Instagram to give away this tray of goodies to three people! each get their own tray!
How to win is simple!
check my Instagram page to find out! @Lynnjaphet
Hello beautiful people!
Dusts cobwebs off my blog, No excuses so please just forgive me. My job takes 105% of my time, but this Easter break is for you lovelies! I noticed hauls get a lot of viewing here, so I thought to resurface with a satisfying haul! The last haul I did was here .
Today I’m going to show you a few products I got from January-date…..
KUDDY COSMETICS ALL MATTE MATTIFIER PRIMER: My friend Sisi-Ope a Nigerian Makeup artist recommended this to me, I was a bit skeptical because I’ve never used a primer that claimed to be mattifying and worked well in Nigeria’s weather. This primer is from Kuddy cosmetics a renowned beauty retailer in Nigeria. I buy most of my beauty products from their Ikota outlet. I’ve used this primer and it’s actually really GOOD! I was impressed. The consistency is a bit liquid compared to a pore eraser like the Maybelline or LA pro-prep. My makeup lasted for over 4 hours and I only had to blot oil once. Though it’s 30ML a little goes a long way. BUY HERE . I still want to try the Becca Ever – Matte Priming Pore Perfector but I’m not ready to pan out N15,000 for a primer yet.
MILANI PRIME SHIELD FACE PRIMER: I got this from ask Onyeka beauty store in Ikota vgc. It says its Mattifying and pore minimising, and it is. Though not the longest wear when worn alone, but as a combo with the Kuddy primer I see a great difference. I like this because it actually fills out the pores and gives a smooth under-layer for your foundation. costs N4,770
MARY KAY TIME WISE MATTE-WEAR LIQUID FOUNDATION: Marykay is like a first love, this was the first ever brand I bought when I started wearing makeup in Uni. I recently decided to give this edition a try. I got it for N6,000! and I was pained lol, I remember when it was N2,500. However, this is a really good one! If you have a combination to oily skin this is great! I got it in bronze 5. I find it’s a tiny-bit dark for me, but when I wear my overall face powder it works just fine. It does give good coverage and doesn’t feel heavy.
This video talks about our roles as believers in edifying and encouraging one another. Also what to do when a fellow believer falls in sin.
1000 Lead Advocates| 30 Limbs | 30 Locations as THE IREDE FOUNDATION goes ‘Out-on-a-Limb’ for Child Amputees.
A group of Nigerians concerned about the plight of children with acquired or congenital limb loss has inaugurated a Non-Governmental Organization called The IREDE Foundation to give succor and relieve to the children and their parents by providing them with artificial limbs to enable them to live well and move freely.
As part of activities to create awareness for children living with this condition the foundation has an annual walk tagged ‘Out on a Limb’, this year’s walk is focused on putting an end to Inequality, Discrimination and Stigmatization towards children living with congenital limb defect and limb loss. The 2km walk will take place in Lagos and 28 other location spread across Nigeria and outside Nigeria. Members of the public are enjoined to participate by joining us at any of the below listed addresses within Lagos.
Date: 8th of April 2017.
Lagos Location 1: YMCA Building, 77, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi beside Mobil Filling Station.
Lagos Location 2: Ikorodu local government building, Tos Benson Road, Ikorodu
Time: 7 am
Out on a Limb walk will take place simultaneously in 30 Locations within and outside Nigeria. We will be creating awareness in Nigeria in the following states Lagos, Ibadan, Abeokuta, Ile-Ife, Ogun (Akute), Ilorin, Enugu, Sokoto, Uyo, Benin, Kano, Warri, Port-Harcourt, Jos, and Abuja while outside Nigeria we have Johannesburg, Paris, Atlanta, Singapore, Virginia, Geneva, Madrid, Nairobi, Texas, Dubai, New Jersey, Maryland and Germany. Details on the addresses were startup will take place in locations outside Lagos, can be gotten by clicking on register for Out on a Limb on our website from our various Social Media Pages
The general public is invited for the Out on a Limb awareness walk as the IREDE Foundation beneficiaries will also be in attendance. Celebrities, OAPs, Pressmen and Religious leaders will also be present to show their support to the cause of empowering children living with limb loss and putting an end to inequality. We encourage everyone to join us in any of the 30 locations listed above.
T-shirts will also be available for anyone who wants to purchase at N4,000. Funds raised from the sales of the T-shirt will be used to empower child amputees with a prosthetic limb to enable them live their lives without limitations . The IREDE Foundation will be empowering 30 child amputees within the year 2017. This is a 30% increase compared to what we achieved last year (20 limbs were given in 2016). Providing 30 limbs can be made possible through donations and partnerships from well-meaning/philanthropic individuals, organizations and various governmental bodies.
The IREDE Foundation was founded in 2012 by Crystal Chigbu, mother of 7 year old Irede Beulah Chigbu who was born with congenital limb deformity as a means to assist indigent children living with limb loss, gain access to prostheses that would enable them live independently. The IREDE Foundation will continue to stage “Out on a Limb” annually to create public awareness to the plight of child amputees.
To register for the walk go to BIT.LY/OUTONALIMB
To Purchase T-shirts
Bank: Gauranty Trust Bank
Acount Number: 0126031730
Account Name: The IREDE Foundation