It is after I saw this picture that I perfectly understood the concept of shades. The difference between color and tone 🙂 Wish we could all love our neighbours the way our 10 shades do! We created this brand as an answer to the lack of inclusivity in the #nudeshoes space. Have you read about.
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Africa is blessed with a diversity of culture, that we have not been able to exploit to its fullest. One of the things that gives us knowledge, memories and enhances our lives is travelling. Travelling and discovering new places adds some value to our lives. This book “African Memories” sums up the experience of the.
Have you ever questioned your skin? Have you ever wished for a flawless skin? If your answer is Yes, then you should read to the end. Every person wants a clean skin, without spot, but its so unrealistic because the body is in constant change and the skin releases most times unwanted spots that we.
In the season or out of season, gifts are things that leave prints in the life of an individual. They are symbols that represent the act of love showed to someone or one’s self. Most often we want to offer things that would speak to the person in our absence. We also find it difficult.
Kwabo, Akwaaba, Mi awezon, Welcome, Bienvenue As you can see, every one has a place here. What is this all about? To keep it short, this webzine is dedicated to African creations. It is a platform/webzine dedicated to showcase every amazing thing that takes place in the African Creative Industry. Our goal.
“MAKEDAA” BECOMES THE SYMBOL OF ACCEPTANCE AND POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION. THIS DOLLS ARE DESIGNED NOT ONLY WITH BLACK SKIN BUT ALSO WITH BLACK FEATURES, HEALTHY SILHOUETTE AND LUXURIOUS AFROS FOR OUR PRECIOUS LITTLE ONES TO FEEL RECOGNIZED, BEAUTIFUL AND LOVED. Gradually the gaps are being closed. When we can feel dignified of who we are.
Why am I inspired? Sometimes a simple afro can be the catalyzer. Imperfection is the new charm. The quest to be perfect, or to perfect ourselves, rhymes with watching a movie. No big deal! The big deal now is how to accept yourself just the way your are, accepting your long legs ,long neck, big.
This post is a re-cap on some lessons I learnt in blogging this year which i feel the need to share with all of you 🙂 Blogging has a bright future in Africa, where passionate young people would educate, inform and entertain the world about the realities of the African culture, the good.
In the 1st part of this topic we spoke about the origins of the print WAX , which you can read here, as one of the prints that are not leaving the scenes any soon, even if it was a deploring fact that its more consumed than produced in Africa. Good news! Hopes are not lost.
African print made in Africa by Africans is possible!!