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3 Over 50 Ladies Will Inspire Your Style



When it comes to style, it only gets better with age, whether you are a Gen Z, Zillennial or Millennial. This is because there are African women who have defied the saying that “women are like flowers that wither with time”. Some women still put in the work to look good and dazzling.

In this article, you will find 3 prominent African women who are not just successful in their chosen careers, but they also never seem to age, considering the fact that their beauty never fades. These women have sense of fashion have, since over the years, improved their style. They exude the perfect phrase ‘beauty and brains’.

1. Kate Henshaw:

Kate Henshaw is an multi award-winning Nigerian actress, fitness enthusiast, and social influencer.

Actress Kate Henshaw, shares stunning new photos as she celebrates her 50th birthday – Royal News

She has the charisma to stand for the truth firmly as can be seen in her social media posts. She works out at the gym, and effortlessly and swiftly glows in any style she appears in.


Kate Henshaw Proves 50 Never Looked So Good! | BellaNaija


2. Connie Ferguson

The South African based Batswana actress turned executive producer and entrepreneur, Connie Ferguson, is making waves in her world.

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Connie Ferguson biography, age, profile, daughters, husband, family - The Nation

Connie is known to be workout and dance enthusiast, always trying to look good and fit. With her toned abs, biceps and perfect body shape, she could pull off any outfit. She knows how to choose any style and own it.

Connie Ferguson - Wikipedia

3. Funmi Iyanda

Olufunmilola Aduke Iyanda is a veteran talk show host, broadcaster, journalist, media executive, and Film and TV producer.

Funmilola Aduke Iyanda Biography | Profile | Fabwoman

Funmilola Aduke Iyanda Biography | Profile | Fabwoman

Artsy made-in-Nigeria brands seems to be Funmi’s style as she demonstrates love for the remarkable brand. She exudes youthful elegance in every look she pulls off.

Funmi Iyanda - Biography And Entrepreneurial Life Of Funmi Iyanda

Still in the honor of celebrating women through the month of March, learn from these women as they show the perfect example of women in style.


Photo courtesy: Bellanaija, TSWAlebs, Glamour South Africa, BencoNEWS, FabWoman


5 Fragrances You Need During Summer



Fragrances can enhance a social image, boost confidence, mask body odour, and make one irresistible.

However, they can irritate those with sensitivities or allergies, so it is important to choose responsibly.

Join Alex Costa in the video to see the right fragrances to wear during summer periods.

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9 Steps For Good Facial Cleansing



Washing your face is an important part of a daily skincare routine. Check out the step-by-step process of washing the face below.

1. Start by washing your hands thoroughly with soap and water to ensure they’re clean before touching your face.

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2. Wet your face with lukewarm water. Avoid using hot water, as it can strip the skin of its natural oils and cause dryness.

3. Apply a gentle facial cleanser to your fingertips or a clean washcloth. Choose a cleanser that is suitable for your skin type (e.g., oily, dry, sensitive) and free from harsh chemicals or fragrances.

4. Gently massage the cleanser onto your face using circular motions. Pay attention to areas prone to oiliness or congestion, such as the forehead, nose, and chin (T-zone). Be gentle and avoid scrubbing too hard, to avoid irritating the skin.

5. Rinse your face thoroughly with lukewarm water until all the cleanser is removed. Make sure there are no residue or soapy film left on your skin.

6. Pat your face dry with a clean, soft towel. Avoid rubbing or pulling at your skin, as it can irritate.

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7. Follow up with a toner if it’s part of your skincare routine. Toners help balance the skin’s pH levels and remove any remaining impurities.

8. Apply a moisturizer suited for your skin type to hydrate and protect your skin. Choose a moisturizer that is lightweight and absorbs easily.

9. If it’s daytime, apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 to protect your skin from harmful UV rays.

Keep in mind that everyone’s skin is unique, so it’s important to find routine products that work best for you.

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7 Benefits Of Turmeric For Your Skin



Turmeric is known for its many skin benefits. The popular yellow spice, which has long been used in Indian dishes and herbal medicine, contains curcumin as one of its main active ingredients.

Turmeric has many beneficial properties for the skin, including anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. However, here are some fascinating benefits turmeric provides for the skin.

1. Turmeric is packed with antioxidants that help to combat free radicals in the environment to keep your skin glowing.

2.  It helps reduce redness associated with acne and can improve overall texture of the skin when applied topically or taken orally as a supplement.

3. Turmeric protects against photoaging damage from UV rays, making it an ideal addition to any skincare routine. It is a powerful antioxidant, reducing inflammation and protecting against UV damage.

4. It is known for its anti-aging properties as it can reduce wrinkles and even out discoloration in the skin caused by sun exposure.  It may also help reduce signs of aging by tightening the skin and reducing wrinkles or dark spots caused by sun damage.

5. Turmeric also helps with healing acne scars and regenerating cell growth in damaged skin cells.

6. It contains powerful antioxidants that help reduce free radical damage, making it useful for treating aging and hyperpigmented skin. Its anti-inflammatory properties also help with acne while its antibacterial activity fights off bacteria associated with eczema. Turmeric is rich in essential vitamins and minerals which provide multiple benefits including boosting collagen production, reducing inflammation, nourishing the skin cells.

7. Turmeric helps protect against environmental pollutants and improves circulation to give a youthful glow to your complexion.

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