88-91 is fresh and vibrant clothing line which was founded in 2010 by Nigerian sisters Folakemi and Jadesola Campbell, who realised their mutual love for fashion while they were very young, naming their brand after their birth years respectively.
Hello people, for over a year now I have been hallucinating for this day to come, the day I cut all of my hair off !
I started noticing the beauty in natural hair a couple of years back and instantly fell in love with it ,its more indigenous to my culture,
Besides the obvious Love for fashion am also into makeup,and for about 5 years that have been using proper makeup I have tested a variety of products from Mary-kay, Black opal, Revlon and Iman: and I have not gotten a product after my own heart till I met Flori-Roberts(through a referral) an american brand that is produced by the same corporation that produces the Iman line,This oil-absorbing, lightweight formula keeps makeup looking fresh and velvety matte for hours. Available in 4 complexion enhancing shades Fawn,honey,toast and coffee. It Can be worn alone or give the finishing touch to makeup. Also I would do my everyday makeup routine video using this powder in my next post .
A-my name is Darlington Chukwumezie but I am best known as DLT celebrity tattooist.
A-well,I have been an artist for a while, painting and graffiti since I was a child,its my God-given talent, but I went into tattooing in 2004.
A– personally, I do not think tattooing is fashion, I think it’s a way of expressing yourself maybe an event or anything memorable.
A– (laughs)I do tattoos for everyone but my clientele has involved a lot of celebrities that’s why I am called that.
A-(chuckles) wizkid ayo,ice prince zamani,mocheddah,saucekid,general phype,ASA ashika(davido’s manager),lekki hood finest,and uk based DOT STAR etc.
A-basically only in Nigeria people look at my haircut(a gold dreaded mo-hawk),my tattoos and piercings and think am either crazy or a musician never as an artist.
A-yes I do, for example I ensure they are 18 and above, and know their reasons for it, not because of peer pressure/influence.
A– (chuckles) I can’t count, and I did most of them myself but some are by other friends that are tattooist too.