I feel like I have seen it all and I am now ready to start giving parental advice to anyone who needs it. I’m an aunt, I am on Twitter, and Instagram where mothers also open up accounts for their children with one tooth- something I find incredibly ridiculous. I followed Tiwa Savage’s son’s baby … Continue reading Abaana b’ennaku zino
Last night on BBC Africa, a discussion ensued between Wycliffe Sande, founder of Sandfield Travel, Zine Magubane, an associate professor of Sociology in Boston College and the show host following the self-serving nature of Voluntourism. Case in point- the lousy recount of a one, Louise Linton. Zine brought up something very important. Voluntourism makes us … Continue reading It’s got to be the water.
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“Only you can control your future.”- Dr. Seuss Source: The Future of African Beauty
Currently in Africa, the personal care and beauty markets are some of the fastest growing. Companies like Estée Lauder, Unilever and L’Oreal, have heavily invested in the continent, creating new product ranges to capture the expanding middle classes.
As a beauty blogger, looking at the industry, I’ve noticed some developments. I love how women are approaching beauty – there is a trend toward accepting yourself and embracing self care. Our life expectancy is only going to rise, and we want our golden years to be healthy and active. Looking and feeling good is essential, so the health and well-being movement is here to stay.
African beauty enthusiasts are also embracing new safe and effective technologies. In the next decade, I predict that technology will continue to play a huge role in what products will be developed and in our overall health management. With apps like Tress and BreastIT, it’s clear that this is only the beginning.
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