Today’s guest post on natural hair is by Jill Akanshumbusha. You may have read Jill’s work before in this post she wrote about maroon hair. Keeping hair natural is one of the most popular trends in Afro hair care today. Women of color have wholeheartedly embraced natural hair, and many seem satisfied with their decision to wear their hair this way. This trend has been adopted by women of all ages irrespective of hair texture: kinky or soft. Natural hair is very versatile when it comes to styling, hence it being an interesting way to wear your hair. You may have … Continue reading 6 Tips for Taking Care of Your Natural Hair
This guest post is by Julia Hausen of AchooAllergy.com. Navigating seasonal changes isn’t easy when you have sensitive skin, and summer presents its own unique problems. Although there are several skin care products on the market, you may only find a few that cater to your skin type. In addition to staying moisturized, you’ll have the added challenge of finding products that offer adequate sun and bug protection without irritating your skin. If you struggle with sensitive skin care during the summer months, the following guide will help you protect your skin without setting off your allergies. 1. Safeguard Your … Continue reading How to Keep Your Sensitive Skin Safe This Summer
It’s been a fun past three months for me on Instagram. In case you don’t follow me there, today I’d like to share some highlights from my Instagram gallery from that period. In this post, you’ll see 33 of my most liked Instagram pictures and videos from the last three months. They include sunset pictures, pictures of delicious and interesting food, as well as pictures of some great books I’ve read recently. I hope you enjoy them. With no further ado, here they are. Related: 19 Sky, Water, & Sunset Photos and More Taken in Dar es Salaam, Kampala, Kigali and Elsewhere. 33. Food … Continue reading 33 Sunset, Food, Books & Other Pictures from Around East Africa (…and Botswana)
The 21st century has come with lots of hairstyles and trends, with colored hair being one of the most popular. (Speaking of popular hair trends, have you embraced the natural hair trend yet? If so, check out 6 Tips for Taking Care of Your Natural Hair.) As you go past many beautiful women on the streets of Kampala, at places of work, and especially at universities, you can’t help but notice that they sport two or more colors in their hair. The color that seems to be most sought after is maroon. This is a color that will leave you amazed by … Continue reading Maroon Hair: Maroon Braids & 4 Other Great Ways to Rock It
(Keep reading until the end for a slideshow of 8 of the latest hairstyles in Kenya 2017.) I recently changed my Facebook profile picture and got many comments from friends telling me how gorgeous I look. I received their compliments graciously, but to tell you the truth, I half-expected them. It’s not that I am vain or full of myself (at least I don’t think so); rather, I am just fully aware of how flattering plaited hairstyles are on me. In fact, that’s why I had my hair styled that way. I was going away on vacation with a special someone and wanted … Continue reading 8 Latest Hairstyles in Nairobi, Kenya or The Beauty of Plaits & Braids
Lemon Spa (Dar es Salaam) Haile Selassie Rd. (adjacent to George & Dragon) Masaki, Dar es Salaam Tel: +255-(754)-814 531/+255-(752)-220 120 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Jump to Lemon Spa’s menu. Good place to go if you are looking for a good massage in Dar es Salaam In the third post of my “Be My Guide to Your East African City” series, I asked about your favorite local spa. I also mentioned that it dawned on me that I had never been to a spa before, having always received my beauty and body treatments in beauty salons or fitness facilities. I also realized that … Continue reading Massage Dar es Salaam: Lemon Spa
Hi again! Thank you to all who responded to my last two posts, sharing with me your favorite restaurant and your favorite nightlife spot. Today, let’s move on to something a little different.