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Dressing Tips For Broad Shouldered Beauties

Dressing Tips For Broad Shouldered Beauties

HELLO V-NECKS V-necks create an illusion of a not so broad shoulder by creating a split that takes attention away from the shoulder. SHOULDER PADS ARE NOT YOUR FRIEND Get clothes without padding at the shoulder area. If you love a jacket or top so much but it has some padding at its shoulder area, […]

Skirts And Trousers For Apple Shaped Beauties

Skirts And Trousers For Apple Shaped Beauties

So last week a pretty lady read the style tips for the apple shape article, loved it and requested that I get a little specific. She has been following this column for a while now and does not cease to give feedback. I encourage feedback from readers so the content on here, will be tailored […]

Apple Shape? Take Note Of These Tips

Apple Shape? Take Note Of These Tips

An apple shaped body is a body with a wide torso, broad shoulders, full breasts, waist and upper back. Apple-shaped bodied women have the tendency to gain weight at their waistlines thus having smaller hips and thighs in comparison. If you have this body, then it is time to embrace that body and flatter it […]

How To Dress For A Job Interview

How To Dress For A Job Interview

It is always a good feeling whenever we get invited for a job interview. You are all smiles and already imagining a new life with new possibilities. Then comes the night before the D-day and the nerves come rushing. Asides going over possible interview questions and perfecting your confident smile in front of the mirror, […]

Four DIY Ways To Style Your Head Wrap

Four DIY Ways To Style Your Head Wrap

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New Year New Wardrobe

New Year New Wardrobe

Happy New Year!!! The air is dry, the cold bites hard in the mornings and the heat of the afternoon makes you miss the mornings. Despite all that the harmattan brings, everyone loves a new year. As we put on fresh coating of lip balm on our lips and think up new year resolutions, we […]

Training Kenya’s Next Ballerinas From Africa’s Biggest Slum

Training Kenya’s Next Ballerinas From Africa’s Biggest Slum

With more than 2.5 million people in some 200 settlements, the slum dwellers in Nairobi represent more than half of the city’s population and occupy merely 6 percent of the land, according to a report [PDF] released in 2014 by the African Population and Health Research Center. As the biggest slum in Africa and one of […]

Gene Wilder, Star Of Willy Wonka And Mel Brooks Comedies, Dies Aged 83

Gene Wilder, Star Of Willy Wonka And Mel Brooks Comedies, Dies Aged 83

  Gene Wilder, the star of such comedy classics as The Producers and Blazing Saddles, has died. He was 83. Wilder’s nephew said on Monday that the actor and writer died late on Sunday in Stamford, Connecticut, from complications from Alzheimer’s disease. “It is with indescribable sadness and blues, but with spiritual gratitude for the […]

A ‘Sex and the City’ for African Viewers

A ‘Sex and the City’ for African Viewers

Let’s get this out of the way up front: “An African City,” the steamy Ghanaian web series about five young women looking for love in Accra, is an unabashed rip-off of “Sex and the City.” There are the ubiquitous five-inch strappy sandals, the scene-stealing dresses made of Fanti fabric and the bevy of men who […]

The Unlikely Romantic: How Kim Jong-il Introduced Love To North Korean Cinema

The Unlikely Romantic: How Kim Jong-il Introduced Love To North Korean Cinema

North Korea’s founding father, Kim Il-sung, was a tyrant who banned market activity, religion and all declarations of love in films, books or music. The only permissible public expressions of affection were to the leader and the revolution. Touching the hand of the opposite sex was considered indecent, while kissing the red banner was normal. […]

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