Been a wee while, I’ve had the most interesting November so far! Naija Naturals partnered with Shea moisture Nigeria for a week-long celebration and product launch, it was so fantastic! it consisted of three events and a three-day trip to Ghana (VLOGS ON MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL ALREADY).
First it started with the distribution of invites to invited guests for the master class on Friday November 3rd 2017 at the oriental.
It was an afternoon of panels, games, food, music and shopping. I hosted a session on DIY hair care and anchored a DIY BATTLE. On my panel were Ekene of the kink and I, Favor olugu, Tuke Morgan and Nancy Isime. I got to ask them questions, and learn about their hair experiences.
It’s no news that I’m a DIY person, anything I can do with my hands I won’t pay for it…. . So I’m having my wedding party soon, and I’ve been up to plenty, this is just one of the many things I’m doing my self. I’ve decided to share the videos periodically so you all can also use these cost saving tips for your wedding. And to those who have been asking if I’m still having a Traditional/”white” wedding, I guess this answers your question lol thank you for watching. Please leave your comments, I love to hear from you.
I promise to be back to text blogging soon with a bang!
Products mentioned; Dettol disinfectant, New york exfoliating soap, Bodyshop exfoliating bar Palmers deep cleansing astringent Boots glycerin and rose water. Flat cotton pads supreme spic pure Tumeric Honey Eden face and body scrub
Foundation: Zaron healthy glow foundation FZ20, Cost: N4,750/N4800. Coverage: medium (buildable to full)
Marykay product mentioned: Bronze 5
Hair in video: Perruque royale full wig with silk based, closure Ends Bleached with cynos powder and Herbspa developer 40%. Coloured with adore dye in copper and washed with purple shampoo. If in Nigeria shop hair products HERE
Photos and actual footage of the footage start at 13:55
I made this over the weekend and it was a HIT! if you have soft plantain left over this is the best way to repurpose it. Very affordable and easy to prepare. I bought the chicken gizzard from my local African store for £2.99 only and it was a good portion. I still have some left over in the fridge.
This meal takes about 30minutes in total, and it works well with white rice and stew. Read More
Seems like it’s been forever since I did a food post on the blog, seeing that I actually like cooking. I even have a menu filled with posts and recipes on food…..
This month I’ve done more cooking than I’ve done all year, thanks to my new living arrangement. Over the weekend I made a Chicken wrap, which is one of the easiest and tastiest meals to make. Every time I’m hosting guests I make this as an appetiser. I’ve nailed this recipe down so it never fails.
I shared photos on my Instagram and got a few requests to share the recipe, so here! Read More