In a visually stimulated age, where everyone appears great. People share only what they want you to see. How do we choose a tried and tested mentor relevant to our roles in the overall kingdom agenda. How do we choose guidance for our God given assignment, and not get caught up in stage and crowd sourcing ministries. I hope this video edifies you as you watch.
We are so excited about this! It’s been two awesome years of growth. On July 23rd 2014, We started as an online page for women to share hair tips, learn and find useful resources. Fast forward to two years on we are now a national directory for hair and beauty in Nigeria!
Beyond being the first point of contact for natural hair enthusiasts we have organised amazing events with great brands SEE HERE. We have also partnered with businesses to create awareness and campaigns that work. We also began stocking unique products that serve the Nigeria community.
We are celebrating this milestone with a week long giveaway with our partner brands. Each day we’d be giving away products and services for our followers. The giveaway will start Today July 23rd-30th July 2016 on Instagram, So make sure you stay glued to our page @NaijaNaturals .
We are excited about this next chapter and are grateful for your support and patronage so far. We appreciate all our partner brands and can’t wait to develop more innovative products and ideas for you.
Thank you for two awesome years of support.
Lots of love,
The Naija Naturals team.
Old treasures find new homes.
Ever wished you could raid the wardrobes of those people whose style you love? Now, you get the chance to!
NFB yard sale is a shopping project that seeks to bring quality and stylish items from the wardrobes of style-savvy individuals to buyers at a fraction of the original prices. Read More
Towunmi Coker Literary Initiative , was founded with the desire to promote reading and writing culture among students. The aim is to inspire, develop, promote and support students in Nigerian Secondary Schools who have flair for writing and generally impact its environment through literature. It is driven towards promoting our own culture, reading and writing culture in our environment. The initiative began with Teecoks writing competition among secondary school students in Lagos State in 2013 which aims at improving the writing skills of the younger generation of Nigerians, exposure to technology which can further improve them to modern skills of writing and introduce them to the world as young writers. The motive of the literary initiative is to promote all forms of literature. The mission and vision of the writing competition entails telling our own stories, building and training emerging writers and lovers of writing/art so that writing/art doesn’t die in our country. Read More
Yesterday was an awesome day, My family friend Esther and I decided to have an impromptu picnic with our brothers. I was very excited about this because I’m naturally a spontaneous person. So we grabbed our baskets, camera, Food and headed to the Lekki conservation centre. This is my second time here and I loved it, See my last visit also with Esther HERE.
When we got there this time, they had implemented some new things e.g. the payment Wrist bands, the high-rise canopy walk and waiting time before tour commenced. It rained so much at first and we were a bit bummed that our picnic wouldn’t happen. While waiting for the rain to stop, we had our first batch of food. Read More
I hope you all are basking in the blessings of this season, a big congratulations to all those graduating this season; I felicitate with you on this great milestone and achievement (whether its SSCE…lol, Bsc, Msc, MBA or professional qualification…it is an achievement!), my prayer is that the next phase of your life’s pursuit shall be filled with greater achievements. I was elated when the Editor of this segment told me she got a mail from a reader of this segment that found some points shared on here useful and helpful for her research. – This gave me pure joy.
In today’s post, I would like to share a bit of my ‘after graduation’ experience and I hope someone (more than one person actually..lol) finds this well-in-season and helpful. Read More
- L.A GIRL EYE BROW GEL: I bought this at a beauty store in Lekki for N2000, I’ve been using it for about 3 days now, I would say it’s a good buy. I use it as a brow pomade, so Instead of pencil, This comes in. It’s soft and easy to apply with great colour. However I think it’s very small for the price .
So today I went to the Nike art Gallery, I’ve been there before but I didn’t get a good tour nor did I take photos. Today I went with my family friend ‘Hallelujah”, She’s 16 and has literally been bugging me to take her there. We had so much fun and got to take photos. Since it’s an art gallery you’re not allowed to take photos of the painting or art works. You can only take photos of yourself using the art as a back drop(This explains why the photos are just of us LOL). I was a bit bummed about that but still made the best of it. Read More
This post is long over due, I love coconut oil but not so much for my hair. This oil is great for conditioning and reducing dandruff when used with rosemary/peppermint oil but that’s it. It doesn’t stimulate blood flow on its own like other oils, Neither does it encourage cell regrowth so it DOES NOT grow hair.
I use coconut oil for so many other things so I thought to share.