SUIT UP! 6 TIPS TO ACE THE BAR EXAM!

The last time I had a proper suit on was when I sat for my Kenya School of Law Oral exams which, as I shared here, didn’t quit go well (but i still aced the bar exams in the first round!!). The next time I had to think of a suit was when I was preparing to be admitted to the bar. None of the suits I owned fit me due to weight gain (which I have totally embraced) and so I got in touch with a number of known suit makers in town. I settled for David of Shytess Fashion a week to the big day and other than his previous works, I was drawn by his energy right when he picked up my call. He made me laugh the first few seconds and I knew this was the guy who would make my suit! There is something about people with positive energy and meeting David came to be a blessing. In that one week he changed my perspective in how I view life. You would have to contact him to understand exactly what I mean..but for today, let me share with you 5 tips on acing those bar exams!

Watch my Kenya School of Law Experience here

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BLUNT CUT STRAIGHT WIG REVIEW| SC ELEGANT HAIR

If you are searching for that one person that will change your life, take a look in the mirror

Guuuuys! I was absolutely shocked and pleased as well to look into the mirror and see how I looked in this blunt straight wig.  I was so hesitant when Sheila, the owner of SC Elegant Hair Store asked me to try it out but this turned out beautiful!! It’s different, it’s new, it’s exciting, and I love it! So let me spill the tea about this new look….

Watch wig review here: 

5 TIPS ON HOW TO BUILD YOUR SELF ESTEEM/CONFIDENCE

Thirteen  years ago, at the height of puberty, I could never look into the mirror without picking out ‘flaws’. From my face, my chubby cheeks, my full hairline, my tiny nails, my small hips: I did not like the girl I saw. Flash forward to today, I look in the mirror these days and I can’t believe how in love I am with myself.  I am proud of the woman I’ve become. I love all the features I thought were flaws.  I have learnt to love myself and embrace my insecurities. There are several things that I did/stopped doing that helped build my self esteem and embrace myself and today I want to inspire you who might be going through a similar phase:

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CURLY WIG REVIEW || MAKEUPCLOUDE WIG ||+ HEADWRAP STYLES

 

It’s amazing how wigs have come in handy for me especially this year as I’m in a love-hate relationship with my hair. I am equally shocked at how open-minded I’ve become when it comes to embracing wigs. After making my afro wig, I decided to stop by makeupcloudke shop and invest in one as well. I tried out different types of wigs at the store, from straight wigs, to bob cut, to long wigs; but I still fell in love with this curly unit. I have rocked it for two months now and therefore this review is well informed. 

QUICK WASH & GO PUFF (STEP BY STEP PICTORIAL)

 

It can be extremely difficult to style your hair after washing it especially if you don’t have time! I recently had to wash my hair because midweek because I felt it was a little bit dirty to take me to the end of the week.  Whenever this happens,  I usually opt to to tie it up in a puff using minimal products and this saves time for me.  So if you want to know how to do the same then this blog post is for you 😉

HOW TO START A BLOG

There is something about reading blogs that’s different from the physical magazine or newspaper . Getting information from the online space is very effective for the reader but could involve a lot on the end of the blogger. While the number of bloggers generally keeps rising, I always believe that there is room for everyone to shine. Every voice is unique in its own way: don’t ever be discouraged to go for what you want. Stay focused on your goals and ignore the noise.  And if you want to start your blog,  here are a few general steps you will have to follow :

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