It's great how jean manufacturers are becoming more and more conscious of the fact that women are shaped differently; now, they are creating all kinds of cuts and fits to suit the various body types.
Below, we talk about the various cuts and how they flatter the various body types.
Hookznstudz retails beauty, fashion and bridal accessories.
Win the following items from the brand for free by simply sharing this post on your social media page with the hashtag #AuntieOboshiePromo.
The Ghanaian fashion and beauty space is growing. There are increasing numbers of players delivering high quality fashion products like clothing, shoes, bags, jewelry, makeup and beauty products. The Ghana fashion scene has also seen an increase in the number of photographers, models and Ghanaian fashion blogs.
Today the spotlight is on Eya Naturals.
Eya Naturals products are inspired by the finest local natural ingredients that have been used effectively in Africa for centuries, to protect hair and skin. The products are formulated with pure unrefined Shea Butter and Coconut Oil, which are vitamin-rich and naturally emollient to moisturize and nourish your hair and skin. As well as pure African Black Soap to gently cleanse your hair and skin.
The company was founded by Sharon Agyapong, a Ghanaian lady who is absolutely passionate about all things natural.
Sharon uses her own products to care for her natural hair and provides useful tips for hair growth and retention through the Eya Naturals social media pages.
According to Sharon, the team at Eya Naturals are committed to working with, and building the local community and hence only source raw unrefined Shea Butter and African Black Soap from a women’s co-op in Northern Ghana. Thereby assisting in providing income to this women-only group.
Eya Naturals products are a safer, natural alternative and DO NOT contain Sulfates, Parabens, Mineral Oil or Petrolatum.
Do you spend a lot of time perfecting your makeup in the mornings? A little blending here and there, cleaning, dabbing, applying, re-applying and finishing. No lady would want to step out of her room with her mascara staining her eyelids, her lipstick smudged and her foundation and concealer poorly blended.
In as much as we want a perfect finish, we cannot spend our entire morning in front of our mirrors. And that’s where these makeup tricks come to our rescue, giving us a helping hand for that quick and seamless finish.
Below are some makeup tricks that would make your beautification a lot easier.
Win free fabric from Love Ankara in 3 simple steps:
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Winner will be announced on 2nd April, 2016
All the best, everyone
March is international women’s month and we’re inviting you to join us in celebrating sisterhood and recognising phenomenal women (like yourself) with the #SisterhoodMatters campaign!
#SisterhoodMatters is a fun, simple and meaningful way to say thank you to the women and sisters who have stood by and supported us. By participating, you help us showcase how beautiful sisterhood is, while encouraging women to really support one another.
Fashion Forum Ghana was held on the 14th of March 2016, at the National Theatre, Accra. The forum was organised as part of the Ghana Cultural Day event.
Will short hair suit me?
You have finally decided to wear your hair in a short style. However, you are worried about the outcome. Afterall, if it goes bad, youll be stuck with bad hair for a couple of weeks.
You've asked all your friends, your hairstylist, your husband.... everyone, really....whether you will look good with a short hair style. Nobody wants to give a definite answer so you blame them later if it all goes wrong. lol.
Here is an easy way to figure out if you would look good in short hair.
On 18th March 2016, Josephine Kuuire held a photo exhibition at Brazil House, Jamestown, Accra. The exhibition was dubbed 'Second Chance' in celebration of her struggles.
The event was organised by Accra[dot]Alt as part of their exhibitions incubator program.
The exhibition will be open till 15th April 2016.
The Ghanaian fashion space is growing. There are increasing numbers of players delivering high quality fashion products like clothing, shoes, bags, jewelry, makeup and beauty products. The Ghana fashion scene has also seen an increase in the number of photographers, models and Ghanaian fashion blogs.
Today the spotlight is on Raffia.
Ghanaian menswear brand Abrantie The Gentleman is out with a new collection. ADEHYIE Apr 20, 2017admin
There’s a new sister in town ladies! Introducing Aku+Vi, the latest womenswear +brand in Ghana. Apr 6, 2017admin
My name is Mrs Joanna Ampratwum-Danquah esq. I am a lawyer and also a self-taught fashion designer currently living in London. I am going to tell you a story about one of the most innovative times in my life – my wedding; wait, make that my three weddings. Nov 27, 2016admin