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ooking for a way to add some sizzle to your next outfit? Then the fringe detail is a great option. The fringe detail enhances whatever clothing you add it to. Right now, the fringe trend is at its peak and you wouldn’t want to be left out. On the fashion page, we’re going to show you how to wear these details effortlessly. For the guys we are talking about rocking silver. Silver is eye-catchy and loud, therefore most men avoid the colour. Adding a touch of silver to an outfit will ensure that you have the admiration of many. Head over to the men’s page to get more on how best to rock silver. On the culinary page, we have the corned beef stew with boiled yam. This meal can be consumed as breakfast or lunch, and it’s very easy to prepare as well as pocket friendly. And that’s not all; there is also a recipe for Nigerian shawarma; a better alternative to the fried junk food and finally, a cup of hot cocoa to complete the meal. Jewelries are not reserved for adults alone. Kids can also rock these funky jewelry with style. From neck chains, bracelets to head jewelry, kids can have them all. On the kiddies’ pages, we are showing you have to dress up your kids with jewelry. Also, it’s no news that the holidays are almost here and so the kids will have lots of spare time. We’ll also be showing easy ways to keep them busy during the holidays. On the cover this week we have Bibiana .C. Okereafor, the CEO of Aegis Financial Services and Links Ltd and also the former Director Research and Planning at the Security and Exchange commission Nigeria. In her interview, she talks about her career, retirement, challenges faced and lots more. Have a splendid day!

THE TEAM: Editor * Amina Alhassan Writers * Hafsah A. Matazu * Uche Eze * Emmauella Akwaya Designer * Ballie Kafran Cover Photos * Abdul Musa

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Glamourous in fringe details MEN’S STYLE // 37

Rocking silver with style CULINARY

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BEAUTY // 38

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Delicious corned beef sstew with boiled yam

Detox your hair PEARLS OF WISDOM BY UCHE EZE

Tambari is going bigger and better! Something big is coming soon! Tambari is thrilled to present its new stand-alone glaze edition, filled with rich and interesting content to keep you glued till the very last page. With various articles ranging from human interest, business, banking and finance, entertainment, technology, latest scoop on cars, wellness, culinary, beauty, faith, health, sports and a whole lot of other interesting reads! It only gets more exciting. The central purpose this new edition serves is celebrating women in a way that have never been done before. This is not to say men are left out as we have them covered. Also included will be personality interviews

with women and men in all fields, including go getters and high achievers who have made a name for themselves. There’ll be features of celebrity weddings, topnotch events and lots more. No one will be left out. Personalities will share their captivating stories, letting the readers see other facets of them. You’ll be intrigued! With the best team on deck, it promises to be a bang! You’ll be fed with meaningful and highly creative content that will leave you feeling refreshed and excited. You are guaranteed to enjoy this compilation of fine articles and stories. Look out as Tambari magazine will be coming soon to your nearest newspaper stand. We appreciate your support and are so happy to have you as a reader. Remain blessed! – Editor

COLD WATER AND POST OPERATION WOUND HEALING Sir, Pls does taking cold water affect the healing process of a Caesarean Section? I thirst for cold water, does it prevent the tommy from back to normal size. Because mine is still big and hard four weeks after the operation. Chinwe, Karshi - Abuja No, cold water does not affect the stomach. It will go back to its size. The hard swelling around the incision site is due to inflammatory reaction which is still part of the healing process. It will become normal and soft within six weeks to maximum of six months.

SUGAR AND PREMATURE EJACULATION

I’m fifty. Could too much sugar and a whole tin of peak milk in tea every day over the years cause weak erection and premature ejaculation? I’m fond of boiled eggs too. Mohammed, Kano Not really. But you need to check for your blood sugar level because diabetes mellitus especially if long standing and uncontrolled can lead to erectile dysfunction. Let me also say that too much of anything is bad because you said “much sugar”. Now that you are getting older, moderation is important. But from the complaint, you have weak erection therefore you need to see an Urologist or your Family Physician.

LABORATORY RESULTS

Sir I did Edo cervical swab for m c s test Here are the results Culture...yielded growth of pathogens spp,after 24 hrs isolation at 37 degree.Urine....pin cells 2-10 hpf. Rbes 2-10 hpf. Calcium oxalate gystals iA. No or parasite seen. What is wrong, doctor? And I am also suffering from irregular menstruation. Ayomide, Lokoja Take note of the following: The report is incomplete. The name of the pathogen cultured was not stated and drug sensitivity. Also there may not be connection between the irregular menstration and the urine test. Meanwhile see your doctor to check the result properly and tally it with the clinical findings for appropriate medication.

HIV - POST EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS SIDE EFFECTS I am currently on post exposure prophylaxis. How effective is this drug sir? Is there any alternative to this drug? How do I cope with the side effects? I have been having slight fever for two days now, Could it be due to the effects of the drug? Its really affecting my daily activities. The side effect is terrible. Kelechi, Minna There is nothing that does not have side effects. Post exposure prophylaxis otherwise known as PEP is antiretroviral taken after being potentially exposed to HIV. It should be started immediately or within seventy two hours. It is usually taken for fours weeks. It contains tenovovil, efavirenz and lamuvidine or emtricitabine. The side effect include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue and others. You can cope with it. It is just for one month. Some people take same with other medication for years. Look at what to be gained or the benefit. Meanwhile I will advise you to see your doctor rather than stopping it.

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Stepping out in a lacey attire By HAFSAH ABUBAKAR MATAZU & EMMANUELLA B NUELLA AKWAYA

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ace has been part of every woman’s wardrobe. But then, some of us like to have fun with it. Now there are so many different ways to wear lace. Either a touch of it, or a combo or a stylish design with lace all the way will make your outfit an admiration for all. It truly is every fashionista’s favourite. Stepping out in lacey attire, whether for a day at work or an evening out, casual or formal, but most time it is appropriate for occasions you won’t go wrong. So why not showcase the diva in you with a sleek and stylish lacey attire.

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Vlisco and Dr. Bagudu to support Nigerian women

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extile company, Vlisco and Her Excellency the First Lady of Kebbi State, Dr. Zainab Shinkafi have been in discussions on how to further improve and support women in cost, design and quality. This was during a sit down with the Vlisco country manager Mr Adebisi Adekunle, innovation manager Betty Van Breema at with the presence of Vlisco ambassador Hajiya Zainab Oriola Bako and the SSA Media of Kebbi State, Aisha Augie Kuta. The first lady emphasized on her worry of the decline of cotton production and the need of the company to set up a factory here to meet the high demand and availability of labour. She also commended Vlisco for fulfilling their corporate social responsibility and supporting other fashion ventures such as shows and designers. We can expect a collaboration of the Hayati Fashion Week and Dr Zainab Bagudu’s Medicaid Cancer Foundation for a fashion show slated for the 20th to 22nd of July 2017.

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Breaking financial illiteracy Interview by UCHE EZE

Bibiana Chinyere Okereafor is a former Director, Research and Planning of the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC). She is a writer and also the Chief Executive Officer of Aegis Financial Services and Links (AFSL) Ltd. She hails from Imo State and is married to Engr. P. O. Okereafor and they have four kids.

Educational background I had my secondary education at Girl’s Secondary School, Okigwe, from 1976 to 1981. For higher school, I attended Federal Government College, Ikot-Ekpene, in AkwaIbom State, from 1981 to 1983, and then obtained a B.Sc Economics from the University of Lagos in 1986. I did my MBA in Business Administration from 1998 to 2004 at Ago-Iwoye University, Ogun State, and I am currently undertaking a PhD programme with LIFE Leadership Institute University, USA. Career background Having studied Economics, with my final year project on the workings of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, I was lucky to be posted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 1986 for my youth service. Luck again was on my side because at the end of my service, I was employed as a senior supervisor. I worked with various departments such as, human resource, exchanges, before retiring as a director, research and planning department in 2012. I also started writing sometime during that period. I wrote a book on financial literacy. Basically the book was written to help consumers trace and claim their financial assets for themselves and their relatives and to also teach Nigerians to seek redress. Challenges Growing up was turbulent, being that I was born about years years prior to the civil war in Nigeria. In spite of that, efforts were made and I went to good schools and got quality education. Professionally, when the stock market crashed, we had to work round the clock trying to stabilise the market and also win back investors’ confidence.

Life lessons An important life lesson for me is that to succeed in life, it pays to be hard working, passionate, committed, creative, have a good team spirit, build on trust and above all, have faith and trust in God. Balancing work and home It was not easy, because earlier in my career I was pre-occupied with so much work and then striking a balance seemed unachievable. My home suffered; an instance was when I left my daughter in school till about 8:30 pm one day. But later on, as I grew in rank, it became a lot easier with the support of aides, and also I began to dedicate my weekends to stay with my kids; taking them to all sorts of leisure places and also meeting up their spiritual needs. Finally, I took voluntary retirement two years ago. Most rewarding part of my career When I was promoted to the rank of director in 2010. Aspiration growing up It was just to make it in life, not being left out by my mates, and lastly, to be a graduate, to travel the world. Fond childhood memories Folk tales and also being pampered by my siblings.

AN IMPORTANT LIFE LESSON FOR ME IS THAT TO SUCCEED IN LIFE, IT PAYS TO BE HARD WORKING, PASSIONATE, COMMITTED, CREATIVE, HAVE A GOOD TEAM SPIRIT, BUILD ON TRUST AND ABOVE ALL, HAVE FAITH AND TRUST IN GOD PAGE 30 TAMBARI SUNDAY, JULY 16, 2017


CO V E R // BIBIANA C. OKEREAFOR My typical day I start my day with God, check my WhatsApp messages, go for workout and also go for morning mass before hitting the road to go to the office, then come back in the evening and relax. Most cherished gift My most cherished gift was from my former boss and mentor, Ms. S.D Ekineh. How I met my husband I met my husband through my brother-inlaw during my NYSC. Most cherished attribute of his He is calm and accommodating. Favourite kind of music Afro-beat, likewise gospel music. First app I check in the morning and before bedtime It definitely is WhatsApp. Favourite fashion item Favourite fashion pieces are long gowns, and also skirt and blouse, and lastly, double wrapper. Most expensive fashion accessory My gold accessories. What I wouldn’t be caught wearing Micro-mini skirts and bum shorts. Best travel destination My best travel destination is New York, where one gets quality products, yet at relatively affordable prices. How I relax I relax by doing workouts and also going out. Favourite saying “What goes around, comes around.” Favourite food Ukwa (my local dish) and yam pepper soup. Definition style My style is moderate and not sophisticated. Favourite perfume, designer bags and shoes Givenchy for perfume, as for bags and shoes I don’t have any strong preferences for brands. Mums advice that stuck over the years “Don’t look for trouble and always be contented.” Favourite sport None Favourite weather and colour Just a mild weather, and green (in any of it shades). Favourite day of the week Friday, because it’s the beginning of the weekend. Beauty routine I usually just have mild makeup on. There is no particular routine Role models Miss S.D Ekineh, Dr. Mrs N.A. Orji and lastly, Mr. Emmanuel

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WOMEN SHOULD PROMOTE THE FEAR OF GOD IN THEIR FAMILIES TO ENTRENCH STRENGTH OF CHARACTER (FAMILY VALUE) DEVOID OF NEGATIVE VIRTUES, ENGAGE IN PRODUCTIVE WORK AND STRIVE FOR GENDER EQUALITY Nwanna. What I will tell a younger me Sustenance of hard work in order to attain goals, never allowing fear to derail dreams, being calm in every situation, Develop a savvy usage of ICT, and also to always anchor on God. Advice to Nigerian women Women should promote the fear of God in their families to entrench strength of character (family value) devoid of negative virtues, engage in productive work and strive for gender equality in employment, politics, among others, to contribute to their families and society at large.


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Farin Ruwa By UCHE EZE

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igeria is blessed with many natural attractions and amazing sites. One of these attractions are waterfalls. Waterfalls are captivating. So when next you are searching for a place to go sight-seeing, consider going to a waterfall near you. Farin Ruwa Waterfall Farin Ruwa Waterfall is located at Bokkos Local Government Area in Plateau State. This waterfall flows from a 150 metre height, surrounded with small rocks that are easy to climb. This is definitely a great spot for hiking Erin-Ijesha Waterfall Erin-Ijesha Waterfall is also known as Olumirin waterfall. This natural waterfall is located in Erin-Ijesha town of Osun State in South West Nigeria. The spectacular thing about this waterfall is that it is a confluence of seven distinct waterfalls falling alongside a major one. These form a river, where tourists take a dip. Gurara Waterfall The Gurara Waterfall is located along MinnaSuleja road. The best time to visit this waterfall is during the rainy season; it’s at its peak when the rains are heavy. Erin-Ijesha Awhum Waterfall The Awhum Waterfall is located along the Enugu-Ninth Mile expressway. The waterfall is fed by a continuous stream of rivers flowing from a large rock formation. This is one place to visit in Enugu for the best of tourism. Kwa Waterfall Kwa Waterfall is located in the Cross River National Park. The source of this waterfall is the Kwa River in Calabar. The tropical location of the waterfall,

Nigeria’s amazing waterfalls its rainforest and vegetative park makes it a great place for picnic and site-seeing. Matsirga Waterfall Matsirga Waterfall is located in Kafanchan in Kaduna State. The waterfall is a combination of

four different waterfalls streaming from different sources. The main source of this waterfall is from the springs of water above Kagoro Hills. With additional info from the internet

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Dealing with migraine Stories by HAFSAH ABUBAKAR MATAZU

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igraines are probably the worst kind of headaches imaginable and only those who experience them can actually describe how they make them feel. Learning ways to manage them can go a long way to reduce the pain and preventing them completely. Doctor John Ankama of Nasara Specialist Hospital, Kaduna shares how:

cheese and acidic foods. Take preventive measures: Once you start getting the symptoms, dim the lights in the room and find somewhere to lie down and drink lots of water. If it continues to escalate, then taking your medication is a good step from there. With additional information from the internet

Treat it with the proper medication: If your doctor doesn’t prescribe it, then don’t take it. Selfmedication doesn’t help much with migraine. Drugs like paracetamol can’t do much, so it’s best you go for what your doctor orders for you. De-stress yourself: Unwind and relieve yourself from any type of stress; whatsoever. Calm yourself with activities like taking deep breaths and relaxation. Get enough rest: Ensure you get the sleep and rest you need. At least seven hours is advisable, so if you know you’re an early bird, then make sure you go to bed in good time. Exercise: Exercising regularly is very important. Working out, whether jogging or going to the gym, even if it’s for 30 minutes, will go a long way. Avoid trigger foods: Each person has their own trigger foods, but the most common involve caffeine, chocolate,

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Mo’cheddah advices Nigerian youths to cut down on social media Popular musician Mo’cheddah aired her views on the issues Nigeria is facing, with a major one being nonchalant youths. The singer took to Instagram to lecture youths on how much time is wasted on social media- and for no good use at that.The musician and fashion designer adviced the youth to spend more time trying to solve as many problems as possible, no matter how small. “Let’s stop being hypocritical, we live in SAD times, with bad leaders and uninterested youths, what have you done for your country? Stop ‘twitting’ and ‘Instagraming’ and do something! If you ask any youth of today who and who is having a twitter feud they will tell you, but I bet they don’t know who their local government chairman is Our leaders just laugh is. a us because they know at W “tomorrow’s leaders” WE a not ready! We all need are t wake UP!! The power to is in our OWN HANDS!!! W WAKE UP! READ U GET INVOLVED UP! # #FIGHTFORNIGERIA # #ISTANDWITHNIGERIA # #SAVENIGERIA # #IWILLDOSOMETHING. ”

Joke Silva celebrates husband as he turns 75

Implications of not going for regular checkup edical di l checkup h k without ih doubt d b is i extremely important. In fact, lack of it is one of the main reasons behind sudden deaths from silent killers like hypertension, cancer, diabetes and the likes due to self-medication. Ignoring checkups can reduce your life span. How? Apart from what is mentioned above, a poor lifestyle of excessive salt intake, coughing, poor exercise and high cholesterol can lead to illnesses that are difficult or impossible to cure when checkups could have identified them in their early

SOCIETY NEWS

d put them h l stages and to a h halt. Doctor John Ankama of Nasara Specialist Hospital, Kaduna said that some people who have headaches don’t know it is a sign of high blood pressure. They resort to buying over-the-counter medicines like paracetamol and ibuprofen, and those who urinate frequently will not know that it could be a sign of diabetes. Unfortunately, many of us would rather spend money on material things than walking into a hospital and getting checked. We should know better that good health has no price tag. Most p people only go for checkup when they’re in an employment process. Therefore, it is important that one goes for an overall checkup at least every six months. Prevention is better than cure and those checkups could increase your life span with years. Self-medication is not the answer and don’t make it a habit going to the hospital only when you are extremely ill. Most of the illnesses we have are preventable; simply walk into a hospital for regular checkup.

Veteran actor, Olu Jacobs turned a year older on the 11th of July 2016, and his wife took to Instagram to gosh over her husband. In a post on her Instagram page, actress Joke Silva congratulated her husband on turning 75. She wrote: “Happy Birthday gorgeous….75 is not beans!!!Thank you for all you do for me and the kids… the sacrifices. With you, we are always first. Thank you for all you have done for the industry, theatre, film and television. Here is to m more years many o impact. Happy of B Birthday. ” The couple have b married for been o two decades and over a still inseparable. are They have both made i individual names for t themselves, rising t stardom while to r remaining in love.

Omoniyi Makun proposes to his longtime girlfriend Omoniyi Makun, the brain behind Yomi Casual and comedian AY’s younger brother, just got engaged to his long-time girlfriend Grace; CEO Fab Jewels. The designer popped the question at the Funny Bone Untamed comedy in Lagos. Nigerian music group Styl Plus sang their hit Olufunmi, while Yomi got on one knee to ask Grace to be his wife. Grace who was caught by surprise, happily said yes. Congratulations to them!


KIDDIES WORLD

Funky kids jewelry By HAFSAH ABUBAKAR MATAZU

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ewelry is easily the most eye catching accessory to any outfit. and what can make a little girl more adorable if not a nice pair of earrings, necklace or bracelet. Choosing funky yet child safe jewelry is a piece of cake. Flat back earrings would probably be the best option where it comes for the little ones. At the same time though choose something cute, eye catching and some colourful pieces too. Accessorizing your child’s outfit with jewelry is a must for a complete a stylish and chic ensemble. Reveal the young diva in your kid with funky jewelry.

KIDDIES MORALS

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Summer activities to keep the kids busy during the holidays

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h summer h he holiday l d has h started d and although the kids have spare time on your hands, you’ve been left with a handful of work to do by keeping them occupied. Fortunately enough, there are a few ideas you can use to keep them busy until it’s time to go back to school Look up DIY projects: There are plenty kid safe DIY projects to do with stuff lying around the house. Create a list and tick them off as you get through them one at a time. Play board games: With various games that will even boost their intellect like scrabble, ludo, hangman and chess, stock up on them and let them play. Have picnics: Going out for picnics every now and then is a fun activity. They

h preparing the h snacks k too can assist with and enjoy it with their friends or family surrounded by them. Take trips to the park: They can play, run around and ride the swings until they’re tired in such a big space while you relax and watch them. It’s basically a win win. Write stories: Also, why not give them some paper or a blank book to write stories and drawings to go with them. Make it some sort of challenge of completing it before the holiday runs out. Reading time: Buy books for them to read and enjoy. It will encourage them to continue reading and make it a habit for them while broadening their vocabulary and imaginations too.

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C U L I N A R Y CO R N E R

Delicious corned beef stew with boiled yam by UCHE EZE & EMMANUELLA AKWAYA

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his meal is perfect for dinner or breakfast because it’s light and easy to prepare. It’s also highly nutritional. Yam and tomatoes are great for the heart and the immune system too. Therefore, this meal is both delicious and nutrients-packed. Ingredients • 1 large tin of corned beef • 400g chopped tomatoes • 1 large onion • 1 large pepper, chopped • 20g of tomato puree • 3 tbsp (45 ml) of vegetable oil • One chopped clove of garlic. • Tuber(s) of yam • Salt • Seasoning Preparation 1. Add vegetable oil to a

Tasty Nigerian chicken shawarma

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he kids will definitely love this dessert. This is a nice way to ensure that the kids eat vegetables. Ingredients • 2lb /1 kg of chicken thigh fillets, skinless and boneless

• 1 large garlic clove, minced (or 2 small cloves) • 1 tbsp ground coriander • 1 tsp ground cayenne pepper (reduce to 1/2 tsp to make it less spicy) • 2 tsp of salt • Black pepper • 3 tbsp of olive oil • 6 flatbreads • Sliced lettuce • Tomato slices • Mayonnaise Preparation • Combine the marinade i ingredients in a large bowl. • Add the chicken and use y your hands to make sure each p piece is coated. Cover the b bowl for 10 minutes. Marinate o overnight or up to 24 hours.

• Heat up the grill for five minutes. • Place chicken on the grill and cook the first side for four to five minutes, adding little drops of olive oil until nicely charred, then turn and cook the other side. • Remove chicken from the grill and cover loosely with foil. Set aside to rest for five minutes. • In a separate bowl, mix the lettuce, tomato slices, sprinkle some black pepper, garlic, cayenne pepper and coriander and add a little olive oil. • To make a wrap, get a piece of flatbread and smear with mayonnaise. Add vegetable mixture and chopped chicken pieces. Roll up, bake in the oven for three minutes and enjoy.

Creamy hot cocoa Ingredients • 1/3 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder • 3/4 cup of white sugar • 1 pinch of salt • 1/3 cup of boiling water • 3 1/2 cups of milk • 3/4 teaspoon vanilla extract • 1/2 cup half-and-half of cream • Add all ingredients to list

Preparation • Combine the cocoa, sugar and pinch of salt in a saucepan, add the boiling water while stirring. • Simmer and stir for about two minutes. • Stir in the cups of milk and heat until very hot, but do not boil. • Remove from heat and add vanilla. • Add the cream to the mug of cocoa to cool it to room temperature.

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frying pan. When hot, add the tin tomatoes, onion, garlic and chopped pepper, and fry for 10 minutes on medium high heat. 2. Add the tomato puree and fry for a further five minutes. 3. Add the corned beef and cook on medium heat for five minutes. 4. Turn the heat down and cook for five minutes. 5. While the sauce is cooking, peel the yam and cut into your desired shapes and sizes. Put some water to boil on fire. 6. Add the yam cubes to the pot of boiling water, add salt or sugar (this is optional) and cook for 15 to 20 minutes, or until soft. 7. Serve the yam and sauce in separate dishes or you can mix both.


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Glamourous in fringe details By UCHE EZE

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ringe styles are a great way to add some sizzle to outfit. If you want to show up at your next event looking every bit like a fashionista, with all eyes on you, then you should consider joining in on this

trend. Although the fringe detail is not a new trend, it has just made its way back to the hearts of fashionistas; especially African divas, as they are making their Ankara and Asoebi outfits with it. Adding the fringe detail to your clothes is not restricted to any particular spot, as there are really no rules to the fringe trend. You can add it to the hem of a dress or skirt, to the neck of your dress, to the bustline, to the hem of your sleeves and other creative places you come up with. You can rock the fringe style to any occasion and you’ll be drop-dead-gorgeous in it.

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African Fashion and Design Week (AFDW) 2017

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luepearl Services International, organizers of African Fashion and Design Week Nigeriaa d has announced that African Fashion and h Design Week (AFDW) 2017 will hold from 13th – 15th of October2017 at the Federal Palace Hotel,l, Lagos. The theme for AFDW 2017 is “Honourr d the Masters and Celebrate the New, and it’s aimed s, at celebrating the efforts of veteran designers, while showcasing the emerging ones. Runwayy shows which will feature collections from leadingg designers across eleven African countries will bee held. A line up of activities have been planned duringg s, the event such as business of fashion seminars, where lectures will be held to teach buddingg n designers to make the best out of their fashion n businesses; these seminars will take place in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, and Togo. Anotherr n event scheduled to take place is the African Icon of Hope Awards which will acknowledgee designers’ outstanding works that have put thee African continent on the global fashion map. A n competition in which the winner will be given an opportunity to showcase their works in New Yorkk Fashion Week will also be held.

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Rocking silver with style By HAFSAH ABUBAKAR MATAZU

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ilver is a dazzling colour that screams elegance, which is why wearing such a colour can only be done during the most formal of occasions. Men have been rocking this stand-out colour with class, stealing the limelight for themselves. Only the bold can go for such a colour and wear it well. Because of how bright and metallic it is. Silvery clothes are best worn at evening events for the dramatic flair. You can wear your silver as a blazer or shoes or forr er a touch of it, a brooch or cuff links ought to do the trick. However you choose to rock it, just make sure that you steal the show.

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KCee poses in a bold camouflage themed shoot Byy HAFSAH ABUBAKAR MATAZU Artist, KCee pulled Art d off a number of camouflage inspired cam d looks look lo ok in a photo shoot shoo sh oo in which the sported a number spor sp or of different outfits d featuring hoodies feat fe at and and boots. He H went with a sarond detailed sarr sa army arm ar m green camouflage cam ca m jumpsuit with jum ju m Yeezy trainer and a Ye durag in one of the du e looks with a holster lo e er which stood out w from the other fr outfits he wore. ou

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Knowing when it’s time to change your makeup kit By HAFSAH ABUBAKAR MATAZU

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ost of us women have no clue that after a certain period, we need to dispose of our makeup products. Yes, every makeup product has expiry date, even though some are not labelled. Using expired makeup can lead to infections, breakouts, irritation and other bacterial or allergic complications.

whether they are expired or not. Your eyes are extremely sensitive and more prone to irritation; especially since the applicator of both goes in and out of the tube.

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There are simple tests to tell when you should discard your makeup products: Lipstick/lip gloss: If it smells, even slightly different, from the initial smell, or if you notice catching the flu after applying it: throw it away. Foundation: If your foundation looks chalky, separated, changes colour, or has a certain residual smell, it’s time to dump it in the bin. It has either expired or has been contaminated by bacteria. Blush: If it clumps together when you apply it, or has a funny smell; then get rid of it. You probably haven’t been closing it well or it has expired. Mascara/eyeliner: These two should be discarded after three months,

DO YOU KNOW... THAT YOUR MAKEUP BRUSHES HOLD THE MOST BACTERIA AND CAN CAUSE BREAKOUTS?

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Detoxing your hair H

ealthy, long and shiny hair is something all women want for their locks. And scalp buildup like dirt, dead skin and oil can hinder that. Sometimes shampoos just don’t do the job, so opting for a hair detox is a brilliant idea to get great looking and well-nourished hair. Our scalp also breathes and neglecting it can only do harm. The hair products we use daily can also clog the pores in the scalp. Therefore, going the extra mile with a detox is best. Detoxing the hair involves massaging in a hair mask to exfoliate and revive the scalp to unclog the pores full of dead skin, toxins and any unwanted residue of buildup

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the shampoo doesn’t do the job of removing. You can do this by mixing baking soda, olive oil and cinnamon and massaging this into your scalp to the tips of your hair which contain antibacterial, antioxidants and cleansing properties also. You could also opt for an apple cider vinegar massage or alternatively, buy good quality hair detox products to achieve the desired results. Certainly, you will be see visible changes in the overall healthy and visible appearance of your hair to reveal more beautiful and luscious locks With additional information from the internet

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