Mirrors make spaces look larger than life and I am a big fan of them (if a friend is reading this, gift me one). I have been inspired lately by unique mirrors and decided to put together 5 unique mirror ideas to spice up your bedroom.

A quick reminder that you can read previous home lifestyle content on my home echo category. Let me know what other ideas or brands you would want me to feature on the blog.

Back to today’s post, I live for mirrors, for their illumination under bright lights and how they make us feel confident. But there are other reasons why mirrors are great, they give character to spaces that ordinarily would appear forlorn, and some say a good mirror can transform a space or make a room look bigger.

Regardless, there is no denying that mirrors are essential elements to add to our rooms.

Here are a few mirror ideas to give your space that unique and grand feel.

3-set metal framed mirrors

These set of mirrors which double as storage elements are one of a kind. stumbled on them while researching this blog post.

Metal Mirrors

Minimalist Room Mirror Decoration

Modernist style cut mirror

Mirror as Artifact

A space defining Mirror stand


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Denim is one fashion piece that can be easily found in anyones wardrobe regardless of economic status. It is also easy to style and there are no much rules on how to wear them. For 2021 fashion trends, I will share a simple denim rule that I stick to when in doubt. I love a good denim and I have styled them in a couple of ways, see “denim revival” and “a simple denim rule.”

I mean even Levi’s realized that. Just last week I collaborated with them on their recently opened store at Arlington, Fashion Center Pentagon City. I was allowed to take home two Levi’s ribcage denims from their recently launched collection. Excited much!

Girl standing with Denim shorts

But this post is not about the collaboration but more about a simple rule I apply when choosing denim products. Actually, there are a couple of things I look out for, from color shades, to the button or zip pattern, but they are not as important than this next rule.

When choosing a denim, I automatically ask myself, how would my white t-shirt look with this? I realized this was a pattern after seeing several photos of me in a repeated denim styling pattern.

Denim High Waisted Shorts Trend

A few images to inspire how next you style your denim high-waisted shorts.

I am experimenting with my style for summer by leaning into pieces that I’m known for. In today’s post, I am styling a black sheer skirt but also pointing out some flaws.

Writing this for fashion beginners who are looking to experiment with their style this summer. First, I sometimes start out with a mood board or pins when I find looks that I am interested in.

There is no shame in learning the ropes from others. Once in a while, when I’m unsure of how an item will look on me, I go on Pinterest or look up some of my faves for they have styled it.

Styling A Sheer Black Skirt

Styling a sheer skirt or sheer fashion piece can be tricky, however, if you get it right, the outcome is amazing. For this sheer look, I had made the mistake of wearing a white top that is visible on the outside. The right thing to do when styling a sheer piece, is to wear similar color shades, for the outfit to blend seamlessly.

Another way, I could have styled this, was to wear a black underwear and a fitted top, that stops nicely at the top hem of the skirt.

During my draft of this post, I also felt wearing an asymmetrical blouse that runs down to the mid-hip. I’ll try it out and let y’all know the result. But I did try to redeem myself by styling the skirt in two different ways, see below.

What are your thoughts on today’s look?

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I got a friend, let’s name her *Eve for the purpose of this article to write a story about her emigration experience. I hope you enjoy this read, and please share with your audience.

An image of a couch

A Baby Cockroach Shells Methaphor

When I was younger, we had these “cushion chairs” in the living room at our house in Lagos. “Cushion” because I’m not quite sure of the actual name, but they weren’t leather. They weren’t quite plush either, but I liked them. Anyway, they had this space underneath the arm corners that I thought were bottomless.

I mean, I figured they led to another dimension or something, so I’d put all my trash there – candy/biscuit wrappers, nail clippings, torn papers, whatever. Looking back, it was an extremely stupid thing to do, but I swear, I thought things just disappeared in those corners. 

I spent a lot of my childhood watching TV so I was in my living room a lot. Sat on those chairs a lot, inspecting them and disposing of trash inside them. Another favorite thing was the baby cockroach shells I’d find in those cushion chairs. Again, I’m not sure this is what they are actually called, but I think one of my siblings told me that’s the name. They were kind of square shaped, dark brown, and usually empty. I’d wonder what the actual inhabitants looked like now that they’d left, or what they looked like while they were there…inside. Now as an adult, I find myself thinking of those damn things.

I mean, I figured they led to another dimension or something, so I’d put all my trash there – candy/biscuit wrappers, nail clippings, torn papers, whatever. Looking back, it was an extremely stupid thing to do, but I swear, I thought things just disappeared in those corners. 

Reminiscing About Moving to A New Country

You would wonder why this mundane tale but I moved to another country in 2019. Another continent, another everything. Well, not quite everything, they speak English here. Honestly, I don’t have a “concrete” reason for this move. It’s something my mother wanted, it’s something I thought would be cool. It sounded like the smart thing to do at the time…it was the smart thing to do at the time. So now, I’m in a different country, far away from my family and friends whom I really liked. 

It’s the first time in my life I’ve ever been this far away. I mean, I spent a lot of my formative years in Abuja, and when I moved back to Lagos, I  always had it at the back of my mind that I could always vex and go back to Abuja, or go back for a week or two to recharge. So moving never felt like a big deal. But I don’t have that this time. This time, it feels like I’ve lost a part of me I’ll never get back. Like, I should’ve thought harder about what I was doing, should’ve prepared myself more, should’ve appreciated more.

This time, it feels like I’ve lost a part of me I’ll never get back. Like, I should’ve thought harder about what I was doing, should’ve prepared myself more, should’ve appreciated more.

Everyone’s emigration story is different. I mean, my sisters moved to different countries (one more than once) and I don’t think they had as much of a hard time as I have. And I’ve had friends do the same and even start families and they seem fine? But I’m not fine and I don’t know how to be fine or if I ever can be again. 

Life Now and Thoughts of Loosing Myself

I mean, I’m okay now…it’s been 2.5 years so I’ve caught my balance a bit, but boy, did I hit a low. And the annoying thing is, I can’t point to one specific thing that caused this – it’s a culmination of “minor” things that hit my not quite stable mental state.

Being broke, having to start from scratch, losing comforts, losing family, losing friends, WINTER, hating the food (meat is weird and mangos are shit), hating the way they braid hair, hating the price of braiding hair, hating the apartments, feeling alone, WINTER, losing energy for anything, having to make new friends but not quite liking the people I come across, having to build a hotation. The stupidity I’ve had to field from stupid people on dating sites (okay, this happened in Lagos, but I’m still pissed), WINTER, losing my hair (I’m still recovering from this), dealing with flatmates, dealing with upstairs neighbours, talking in a stupid accent, and all that not so fun stuff.

Being broke, having to start from scratch, losing comforts, losing family, losing friends, WINTER, hating the food (meat is weird and mangos are shit), hating the way they braid hair, hating the price of braiding hair, hating the apartments, feeling alone, WINTER, losing energy for anything, having to make new friends but not quite liking the people I come across, having to build a hotation.

Honestly, it’s not so much the loneliness as it is the fact that I no longer feel like myself – I feel like those stupid baby cockroach sheels. I don’t know how to explain it. It’s like I’ve “had” to change so much to adapt to the new things and so much of my old self is gone, and I have no idea who this new person is or supposed to be. My sister jokes a lot about how I do/eat stuff I ordinarily wouldn’t, and when she goes, “who is the person??” I want to cry that I don’t know. 

Figuring Things Out

Don’t get me wrong, I love the fact that I enjoy trying new things, I’m just sad that whoever I was before 2019 is no longer here. And it’s affected a lot of my old friendships. Two weeks ago, a friend from secondary school told me she stopped chatting with me because I came off as stuck up when in actual fact, I spent all of 2019 depressed and crying. Okay, we could unpack why this friend couldn’t have been more charitable towards me and had an honest conversation, but these things are hard.

But that made me wonder if I’m the reason my friends don’t talk to me much. I mean, I did have some resentment because it felt like everyone moved on and I wasn’t in the picture any longer and maybe they just didn’t love me as much as I loved them, but maybe it was me all along and they didn’t feel like/know how to reach out. I’m rambling.

Anyway, as shitty as this post is, it’s my way of saying, I was down in the fucking dumps and I’m finally getting better. Might take me another year to be “good” but I”m celebrating this progress. I cut my hair and then locked it myself (you can’t tell me nothing, I’m proud of myself), I got an apartment to myself (in a “sketchy” neighbourhood but whatever), and I have a cat; something I’ve wanted since 2017 but wasn’t quite proactive about.

An Ode to Old Things

Like I mentioned in the beginning, I have been thinking a lot about those damn baby cockroach shells. How often the empty shells are metaphors of my past self, reminding me of who I once was and what I am leaving behind.

Also, If you’re my friend and you’re somehow reading this, I’m sorry I couldn’t get over myself and be the friend I used to be. Not too sorry, though. You weren’t too spectacular yourself.

Fun fact, before writing this post, I was ranting it to someone about the need to put this up, and they go, “you’re really writing about nails?” And my expression was like heck yea!

Sometime in January, I was bored and decided within myself to try out press on nails with colorful tips. It was not the first time I was fixing one. A year back, I had walked into a local African store looking for eye pencils ✏️ and stumbled upon these set of press-on nails, and I decided to get them because Dimmah Umeh, a popular YouTuber had posted about it .

I used them for my birthday but didn’t like the overall experience. They were cute for photos I took, but the glue used to stick the nails left damaging traits

Let me digress 

When I started my blog a decade ago, I would write about everything and anything. See here and here. I had a segments to write on “Details about my Hair.”

To be fair, I was more intentional about creating content and without caution. But things seem to have changed a lot since then. Now content creating has a different technical aspect to it, and that has created unnecessary pressure.

Outside of the technicality required of blogs,  social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram, there is also the fading of readership.  

But I’m still part of a community of dedicated blog readers that love the simple and carefree way people create content. And I am bringing back some of my favorite things to write about.

So when I decide to write content like this, I take solace in the idea that my blog started as an open diary. An idea that keeps me putting content here ever when blog readership seems to obliterate.

Although, I still think people read blogs and if the topic is interesting enough, they’ll comment on it.

Back to details about my Press On nails.

So, when I found these press on nails on Aliexpress, for less than $5, and a year after my last experience, I told myself to give them another try. It was worth it! When they arrived, they were the right shade of purple as I had seen on the website, lightweight and had a great glue for perfect finish.

You can read more on how to shop on Aliexpress here. It may not be good writing but you’ll get the drill about shopping on the platform.

I posted photos of the nails a while ago on my IG and promised to write a blog post on them. And like everything lately, they’ve taken time to go up, but I have kept my promise of writing about them.

Why I Chose Press On Nails

Outside the easy to fix element of press on nails, they’re also very affordable. In February of this year, I went to fix my nails and the price for such a horrible job done, let me embittered for a long time. Plus the time it took for the lady to do such a shabby job was not worth it.

So, on nails are not only affordable, there are a wide range of colors and cuts, that serve many purposes.

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The legendary Dr. Martens are popular, not only for their durability and comfort, but because they’re a fashion statement. Thanks to @famousfootwear for expediting my access to these gorgeous white pair. I love a pair of Dr. Martens because they’re iconic and recognizable. You can totally spot a pair of Docs from a mile away!

Unconventional or eccentric were the words I thought of on how to style these high-platform sandals from Dr Martens. Also, shoutout to Nana who shot these photos on short notice. It’s been a long time since I did a proper street style fashion post, see here and here.

The Dr Martens gladiator sandals seem to be up on the list of coveted fashion items for summer. Although I wanted black, I was able to get them in white through Famous Footwear.


 White Gladiator Sandals                                Black Gladiator Sandals 

   Styling Dr Martens Gladiator Sandals

As summer plans are being made, to make up for lost times, footwear like the pair I am styling are top on my list of my favorite things to wear outdoors. And yes, like everyone, I’m excited to be out, grabbing lunch and going on dates for good food!


A sequin oversized top with a fro hair turned out really nice. The look felt eccentric just as I had imagined it and the sunglasses finished off the look.


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Hi Lovelies- it’s independence celebrations here in the states, also known as July 4th, and lots of celebrations are already kicking off around the city. In today’s post I’ll be sharing and recommending an Italian dining I visited recently for how to celebrate the July 4th weekend.

A plate of Gnocchi and Calamari

I have been in the US for 4-years and only recently have I started to immerse myself in their culture without anxiety. 
As a Nigerian it’s hard to celebrate the independence of another county in fullness without thinking “God when.” God when because that’s what we say when life seems greener on the other side.
Today’s post is not to compare both countries but to recommend a quaint Italian restaurant in DC to spend the weekend.

Italian Fine Dining: The Smith DC

A girl wearing brown pants

I had another restaurant to dine in, but as they were closed, I opted for The Smith. Fun fact, I always check the ratings and reviews of restaurants before trying out their meals and Google reviews ain’t ever lied.

A bowl of calamari
Bottle with water
Street view
Reading Teju Cole’s “Known and Strange Things

The Restaurant is located at the infamous U-street, where everything and everyone is at. The outdoor ambiance is beautiful with a street view that isn’t too distracting.

I consider the outdoor dining options for restaurants, one of the benefits of the pandemic. 
The service wait time can drag a little bit, because of the number of people seated. But once you’re attended to, the service gets really good. 

I ordered gnocchi, which is my go to whenever I am at an Italian restaurant. Although, I know how to make a homemade gnocchi, it’s never as tasty as the ones from the restaurant. Little secret, I would marry anyone who is able to make me a lovely gnocchi with lamb sauce. 

At the end of the service, I had my barcode payment come in, and it was seamless. Ok, first of all, Apple Pay is the truth. I activated the feature out of necessity but it’s made my life so much easier. 

July 4th Celebration Tips 

  • Google Maps is your friend 
  • Install the Apple Pay feature 
  • If you’re in DC get a metro card 
  • Try to see the fireworks 

I wish everyone a wonderful celebration and happy 4th


Bathrooms are the least likely parts of our homes to get upgraded or re-designed for a host of reasons. And with the summer humid temperature and activities, we are bound to spend longer time in the bathroom getting our make-up done, bathing, or general self-care. But bathrooms don’t get re-designed for a host of reasons. 

  • Bathroom renovations are a difficult process to go through and costly to implement.
  • Bathroom spaces are usually small for any grand re-design project.
  • People lack design ideas or know-how on bathroom re-design projects.

Read more related home decoration post here and here

I believe as part of our home, bathrooms should receive the same attention- to allow us to refresh with joy. And there are few ways to do so this summer. In today’s blog post, I will be sharing five(5) different ways to improve bathroom space this summer, without breaking the bank.

5 Affordable Bathroom Items

Switch Up Toilet Lighting: Good lighting can improve the vibe and feel of the bathroom space. Changing the lamp or bulb holder can give an eccentric and modern vibe. Also, install bulbs that illuminate the right colour- Light is known to bring joy.

Consider Changing Your Shower Curtain: Adding a shower curtain is a great way to spring your bathroom to life. Fun fact, most shower curtains are affordable and can cost as low as $40. See a few of my recommendations below.

More Ideas

Plants are a Great Idea: They add character to our bedrooms and living rooms. And they can add same feeling to our bathrooms too. It may be hard to consider plants for bathrooms due to humidity, steam, and lack of sunlight. But make us appreciate a space better. Check out House Beautiful recommendations for bathroom plants that can survive humidity.

Go for Wall Shelves: Adding shelves to bathrooms are a great way to add accents to smaller spaces. By adding, for example, floating shelves, you can place tiny frames, candle scents, and other bathroom necessities on them.

The tiny details of shelves can make a bathroom look and feel grand.

Whether you go for a singular shelve as in the above image or a set of shelves, there is no doubt that they make all the difference.

Change Shower Head: Changing your showerhead can offer a better bathing experience. The exciting fact is that showerheads cost as low as $30.00 on Amazon. Also, it might be a great DIY idea to change yours, and it’s pretty easy. See steps here.

Image credit: katrinaleechambers.com

How are you planning to re-design your bathroom this summer? Also, read more from Cosmopolitan on affordable item to add to your homes. How cool are these toilet decor ideas?

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Print Green Shirt

Comparison and contentment are separate feelings that work together in our bid to self- evaluate. For your people, managing both feelings can play a huge role in how we feel about ourselves. But social media bliss (i.e the perception of success on social media) continues to bring up the rhetorical question of “to be or not to be?” And this post is my attempt at discussing this salient phenomena.

(Social media bliss in this writing refers to the success, milestones, and achievement that are publicly shared online. Most times, these celebratory post can drive viewers to envy, unintended behaviors, comparison, anxiety, and depression).The list is endless.

Most thoughts shared today, are a result of reflecting during my long, and usually needed social media breaks.

But growing up, the need to compare ourselves with our peers was normalized with cultural innuendos. For example, parents will often retort to a child’s poor performance by voicing, “do your classmate who came first have two heads?”

Woven Hat
Hand Beads By Ubuntu

Comparison and Contentment

One does not escape the incessant need to constantly compare themselves with others. It did not begin with social media, although these platforms have heightened it. But growing up as a Nigerian child, the need to compare ourselves with our peers was normalized with cultural innuendos. For example, parents will often retort to a child’s poor performance by voicing “does your classmate who came first have two heads?” or “can’t you copy what they’re doing?” These have gone on for years unchallenged and have had negative impacts on how I, and other kids who grew up under similar voice, view ourselves. 

The sullen face of defeat, of not being good enough when placed alongside our peers, brings us to a phase in our lives where we are never really content. It became a constant feeling to look over my shoulders, to see how I measured alongside other people. 

But social media bliss has exacerbated the need to compare ourselves with others and be less content with our portion. Sadder, is that few secular spaces exist to discuss and find solutions to how we feel about contentment (At least that was what I found out during my quick research for this post). 

Comparison not only robs us of our joy but increases anxiety. I am not writing in third person phrases to exempt myself from this feeling. But I’ve found myself taking more social media breaks this year, so I don’t fall apart by comparing my life with some random person online. 

Comparison, Contentment, Social Media Bliss

The Impact of Comparison on Your Mental Health 

There are so many negative impacts of comparison, that it trumps whatever positive inclination the word has. Like increased anxiousness, depression and poor performance.

Our parent’s generation were lucky enough not to have access to the success rate of their peers globally. It helped them design their life and success and at their own pace. Because of that, they had higher chances of achieving the big things they did.

Comparison stalls you because you are not focused on your vision, and you spend time feeling worse about yourself, while performing for people who do not care for your actions. Truthfully, there is nothing wrong with wanting good things, but it should not be because we are pressured by what we see online.

Girl Standing Close to Brick Wall

5 Ways to Reduce Comparison:

  1. Being thankful for little things: by appreciating little things like a roof over my head, good health, and comfortable living, I can see how good I have it.
  2. Social Media Breaks: I’ve noticed that the less time I spend on social media, the better it is for my overall mental health. I also start to gain a better perspective of what success is to me, and how I can achieve that.
  3. Focusing on my Strengths: I can look at what I do best and feel content. Sometimes it takes writing it down to affirm what you’re good at. For example, I am a good writer, I am good at photography, and design. And the list is endless.
  4. Define your own Success: Define what success means to you. By doing so, you retrieve your agency, which without, deprives you of your own validation. Your terms of success might be adjacent and unfamiliar, but it should be on your own terms.
  5. Have a Mind of your Own: Social media has made a lot of us monolith thinkers. And with that the need to mirror our lifestyle to reflect a collective idea. There is no faster way to drive yourself to the ground, than following someone else’s shadow.

There is no much literature to cite on comparison and contentment, but I’m sure people with psychological or behavioral studies would know more. Read my previous post here, on dealing with social media anxiety. Also, as Nigerians will say, don’t let anyone rush you. Everything will be beautiful in it’s own time, just put in the work.


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Updated: Shoutout to Evelyn who read this post and recommended “The Comparing Trap” from Harvard Business Review.

How to Blog Right in 2021: Top 5

Every year, in a bid to blog right, I revamp my blog for branding purposes. As always, I am stunned by the new facts that emerge.

And 2021 is no different from the other years. On average, I spend about 6 hours drafting a blog post from ideation to publishing. So it's often unsettling to see these blog post not rank well on Google search. But I realize that the blogging space is now more competitive and with that knowledge comes new approaches.

There is often an improved tool or method to blog, each year, that I wish I knew before hand. But that's the thing about life, we are constant learners and I'm here to share with you some ideas that I've found helpful in 2021.These are my top 5 recommendations on how to blog right in 2021, based on my over 10-years blogging experience.

Blogging Right

It's 2021, and you don't have to be a fashion blogger to have a successful blog. There are several successful niche blogs and Steph Smith the author of "Doing Content Right, is the poster child for a successful writer blogger. Steph, can boast of thousands of blog and newsletter subscribers, and over $100,000 in product sales in the last four months.

A few years ago, my blog trajectory seemed to be on a similar path until I moved to the US. But I'm picking up from where I left off. Learning new ways to improve my blog readership and increase traction on products I sell or recommend.

Thanks to plugin tools like headline analyzer, and the improvements to google's search engine tools ('search console,' and analytics), I've recognized gaps in how I created content for my blog. For beginners without web development experience, navigating these ideas may be a bit treacherous. But I have written few blogging guides on how to fix blogger struggles , and an informative content guide for bloggers. Including a beginners guide for starting a blog.

Top 5 Advanced Recommendations for Blogging

REDIRECT OLD URL: Funny fact, while writing this blog, I discovered that the permalink to a few of my bIog post was broken and had to fix it. You can read about permalink for beginners by SEO. I recently migrated my blog from blogspot to Wordpress to enable me activate plugins that make my page professional. But it has proven to be a costly choice for my blog ranking on google search. Don't be like me, research ways to migrate your blog before you make that big move.

UNDERSTAND SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION (SEO) FUNCTIONS: For beginners it may be confusing to get a grasp of SEO and why it is important. But optimizing your blog post to meet best SEO performance, can increase traffic and blog ranking. I'll admit that once you move your website from one host to another, or change domain name, your SEO performance could drop. A key takeaway on how SEO functions, is that your page becomes visible on search, if it is relevant, contains unique in text, and is educational or informative. There is also the idea of a 'blogpost keyword' which Neil Patel expands on on his SEO step-to-step guide.

SET UP YOUR SEARCH CONSOLE TOOL: When you set up your blog, there are backend performance(s) that might go unnoticed without a google search console set-up. Also, you would want to add a sitemap to search console, to enable google crawl and index your website. For example, I discovered from my search console that changing my web host services from Blogger to Wordpress, had an impact on my post index. And because of that, some old post on the blog, are not searchable on Google.

ADD ALT TEXT TO BLOG IMAGES: Providing an alternative text to images used on the blog is helpful for accessibility. When you draft a blog post, it is important that images have their descriptor for inclusiveness. That way, your blog is expanding its reach to be inclusive.

SET UP A GOOGLE ANALYTICS PAGE: Google analytics (GA) provides an in-depth look into how blog readers interact with a page content. To blog right in 2021, understanding he ropes of Google analytics shapes the type of content you create. For example, I found out through my GA that my blog readers are interested in health and fitness. While fashion is still a top choice, I am can also cater to another audience I was unaware of.

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It's Mothers day today here in the US, and a lot of people are thinking of last-minute gift ideas for their mothers and wives. First, if you missed my last mothers day related blog post, please read up. Hence, deciding on mother's day gift ideas can be challenging for various reasons, including but not limited to sentiment and affordability. As such, we never come up with thoughtful gifts that are appreciated or significant. So I have curated five gift ideas that are affordable but highly recommended. 


An Engraved Wristwatch from "ThummandCo": A lovely detail, such as engraving a note or quote on a wristwatch, is a perfect mother's day gift idea. Thümm and Co is having a 15% mother's day sales on their product that ends today. I recently got one for myself and shared it on my Instagram page, take a look

Last Minute Mothers Day Gift Ideas
Vesta wristwatch

Atlinia's Cooking Apron: I fell in love with this brand after I bought their duvet cover and pillowcase. A review about it is available in the Home Echo category of my blog. I recently purchased their kitchen apron, which I highly recommend. 

Solid Linen Cross Back Apron

Trinity London "Skin Perfector": We all know that skincare and beauty products remain top on A woman's gift list. A "skin perfector" cream from the brand and their makeup kit is a recommended gift idea for a mother. I recently got myself some of their products and cannot wait to review them. 

Trinity London MakeUp
Skin Perfector

"Mercy's Hair Extensions": The hair brand is the best stop for kinky hair extensions with their amazing delivery time and packaging. I was lucky enough to get their hair product for my birthday, which I had on in this look. 

Mercy's Hair Extensions
Mongolian Kinky Curly

Gafasandals: A personal favourite. If you've followed my blog long enough, you'll know I run a footwear line in Nigeria. Gafasandals offer a variety of unique designs that cater to different age bracket. Their products are affordable and durable, and you can check them out. 

Gafasandals Tassels

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