Lockdown taught us that we can do anything if we put our mind to it. Bake banana bread, make vetkoek, be our own fitness instructor, you name it. We can do it.
Our very own beauty fave shares her top three makeup looks to try out this Winter.
MAKAI means ‘great mother’ in the Native Damara language of Namibia. Universally it means ‘Mother Earth’.
As the make-up industry grows it becomes harder to keep up with the trends. From foundation to eye-shadow, how do you make sure you are using the best products? The simple answer is to follow make-up artists, content creators and enthusiasts.
A Namibian make-up enthusiast to follow is Kawela Mule, her IG Feed is filled with popping and colourful make up looks to try. From pink, to green and blue, Kawela has inspired us to step out of the regular. We chat to her about her favourite products right now as well as her love for make up.
When she’s not dropping sneaker reviews, she’s dropping much needed hair care tips on her IG TV. Yes, you guessed it. Felicia Gustavo is here to share her winter hair care routine with us and thought it would be helpful to you too.
We may not be going anywhere fun anytime soon but we can still serve make up looks, yes? Yes.
How do models always get their skin right and glowing?
The gorgeous fashion model, Lisa Namasiku, lets us in on the products she uses to stay photo ready.
Women around the world apply toxic, synthetic ingredients to their face, including around their mucous-membrane (eyes and mouths) daily. The chemicals are blinked into eyes, seeped into pores, and accidentally licked into mouths, accumulating over a woman’s lifespan.
Hence, the reason for my DIY lipstick recipe.
Does it really matter if you apply face oil before moisturizer? Or if your sunscreen goes on first or last?
The answer is YES.