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Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by bukatyne(f): 9:25am On Oct 27, 2018
missdee384:
they flare from the waist actually

Thanks and modified
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by bukatyne(f): 9:30am On Oct 27, 2018
@clarathomp: found the sensual/sexual and modified to sensual.

Thanks
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by Elder0001(m): 1:06pm On Oct 27, 2018
eyinjuege:


Try glycerine oil for sometime, and let's hear your testimony. Add it to your routine body cream, and give it a couple of weeks.

Lol. Dunce
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by Elder0001(m): 12:08am On Oct 28, 2018
bukatyne:
Good afternoon peeps,

Happy Sunday!

Interesting topic innit? grin grin grin

The total package of beauty is a blessing to a woman which attracts people to her and grants her favour. A beautiful woman is also trusted faster.

Doubt me, observe beautiful people in a crowd and see how easily they get things. tongue

So back to the matter.

A woman should take care of her outer (private and public) and inner beauty.

A. OUTER BEAUTY
Ai. PUBLIC
A woman should strive to look good/put together at all times (I know it is not easy, I am still learning myself and fine girl na money). This part is relatively easy as beautifully dressed women are everywhere especially at functions. The parts we will consider are:
1. Hair: The hair is the glory of a woman. Dress your hair well and keep it neat. If you sweat a lot, run away from wearing weaves for a long time or just so braids/wigs. Ensure that your hair styles properly fit the frame of your face and complexion. You see some very dark complexioned ladies spot red hair and you wonder if they are auditioning for the part of devil in a drama. It also seems extra long braids (I love waist length braids) is in vogue and I must say they are very trashy especially from behind. Any braids past your waist dropping to your bum is a no. It looks weird.

2. Clothes: Dress how you want to be addressed. Don't dress like a slut and expect to be treated like a queen, it doesn't work. There is a reason why you would leave an agbero looking man to ask a gentleman for directions when you are stranded. There is also a reason why you would engage the agbero instead of the gentleman when you want someone to push your car. Also know your statue (pear, hourglass, apple and square) and dress your self accordingl y. A wiggle dress would complement an hourglass and look ridiculous on a apple shaped woman. Forget all those Facebook likes and dress well. If your legs are not straight, leave short skirts alone; if your upper part is bigger than the lower part, biko leave skinny jeans alone. Also, wearing yoga pants about is trashy; exposing camel toes, wearing dresses and trousers that show the outline of your underwear or butt is no no. If you know you have water bumbum, leave those tight Aba skirts/gowns and trousers alone. It makes your butt look very ridiculous and 'expired' (for lack of better word). Your attire should not be too tight or too loose. Fitted is the word baby. Also, some clothes makes a woman look womanly, go for them. Leave sagging to the agberos and low waist jeans. From observation, the best type of jeans is the 'stock jeans'. It is firm and holds your body well while allowing you breathe.

3. Shoes: Wear shoes you are comfy in especially when going to a place for the first time. Enough said.

4. Makeup: Some ladies fancy heavy makeup every day which is absurd. There should be a 'party face' and 'everyday face' so your pores can breathe. Some others (like me tongue angry) never put anything on their face. Well one of the differences of men and women. Because of the speciality of our bodies, we really cannot pull off just up and about on our faces. A little ponds powder and coloured gloss works wonders for me. For our sisters who believe it is a sin to do so, ponds powder and transparent gloss/lip balm and well brushed eyebrows works well. We need to groom our faces. Also, every complexion has corresponding shades in all products so go for your shade. No fanta face and coke body please. Please note the type of makeup for your skin type so that under stress and strain, the foundation doesn't give way.

Aii PRIVATE:
This is where a number of ladies have issues. They take care of their clothes more than themselves forgetting that our bodies needs to be right. Also alot of women put more effort for outsiders (outer public beauty) than their lovers re husbands at home (outer private beauty). We need to care for the private beauty that our husbands literally can't get their hand off. You know how appealing to the eyes and heart beautiful babies are? You just want to carry them all the time.

1. Face: Have a cleanser, toner and mositurizer for your face. If you can afford it, get seperate face creams for your face. If your face is fresh, you do not need to build foundations with POP and buckets of paint all the time. Avoid using the same sponge for face and body. Stop frowning so the face is not wrinkled. If you must always be under the sun, get a straw hat. I got one for N400 at Marina PEP

2. Body: Invest in a good body lotion and it is best to apply your lotion when your body is a little bit wet so it locks in the moisture. Eat well and drink a lot of water. Stop abusing your body with drugs, alcohol, over eating, tattoos, bleaching, abortions, too much pills, STDs, multiple sex partners, too rough sex, multiple piercings etc. It is the body you have at birth that will carry you for as long as you live. I cringe when I see well dressed women with dry skin/ feet. Bathe regularly and take time to cream almost all parts of your body. Pamper your body regularly with massages and DIY treatments. E.g. a lady here posted palm oil therapy; apply palm oil on clean body, leave for 15mins and wash off with black soap. Take care of your lady parts; change undies at least everyday; lather all nooks of your body while bathing; no jumping out of the bathroom after 5mins except during emergencies. Clean your nails and paint them if you are so inclined. If you prepare something that has a strong scent, washing a little cloth helps rid off the smell and keep your nails clean. Also take good care of your feet and go for pedicure sessions or DIY with warm water, cucumber and any lotion e.g. Pears. I also mixed my cream with olive oil for additional moisture. I see some ladies flaunt chest hairs. Pleaseeeeee, SCRAP it off and cover your chest. Some ladies are raising the bar to shave their legs and we are still feeling funky with chest and armpit hairs, biko. Pamper your skin and yourself, it makes you more sensual and awakens your sexuality. A win situation for you and oga kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss

3. Hair: Some people's hair ooze heat underneath their wigs, weaves and braids. At least every week, clean your scalp with cotton wool and cleaner to rid off the smell and heat. If you are carrying your hair, wash regularly and add simple treatment (olive oil on damp hair and shea butter afterwards keeps the hair soft and healthy.


B. INNER BEAUTY: Wear a smile, no wrinkles, be kind, understanding, gentle, no agbero talking and shouting or too loud laughter, you are not an hyena. Also lay off the swear words and masculine gestures. Don't compete with Ajah touts in mannerisms and street slangs.

Have a beautiful week ahead.

I love beauty cheesy kiss smiley wink

And yes, you can pay this level of detail and still conquer the world.

This reference makes sense and at the same time doesn't make sense.
This is one of the reasons I hate men (irrespective of their social status) who help ladies to push cars or change tires because this how they'll be rewarded.

Just like a fellow who doesn't work for her own money won't value money that's the same way ladies won't appreciate what the so-called agbero are doing for them until they start pushing their cars by themselves.
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by bukatyne(f): 10:06pm On Oct 29, 2018
Elder0001:


This reference makes sense and at the same time doesn't make sense.
This is one of the reasons I hate men (irrespective of their social status) who help ladies to push cars or change tires because this how they'll be rewarded.

Just like a fellow who doesn't work for her own money won't value money that's the same way ladies won't appreciate what the so-called agbero are doing for them until they start pushing their cars by themselves.

Don't be overly sensitive.

Yes, the thread is focused on women hence the example.

I will bet my glasses that if a guy has issues with his ride, he will call an agbero to help him push it/ lose the tires etc.

He will not stop a suited up gentleman like himself.

Now, the gentleman observing can decide to be of help to the lady/guy.

However, you wouldn't bypass the touts and walk up to a guy in three piece suit to help you push your car.

Now if Mr. Gentleman swaps his suit for a dirty looking T-shirt and shorts, you will call him.

It is all about dressing or carrying yourself how you want to be addressed .

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Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by Elder0001(m): 11:51pm On Oct 29, 2018
bukatyne:


Don't be overly sensitive.

Yes, the thread is focused on women hence the example.

I will bet my glasses that if a guy has issues with his ride, he will call an agbero to help him push it/ lose the tires etc.

He will not stop a suited up gentleman like himself.

Now, the gentleman observing can decide to be of help to the lady/guy.

However, you wouldn't bypass the touts and walk up to a guy in three piece suit to help you push your car.

Now if Mr. Gentleman swaps his suit for a dirty looking T-shirt and shorts, you will call him.

It is all about dressing or carrying yourself how you want to be addressed .

He's allowed because he's a guy but you (a female ) making such callous and ungrateful remark is unacceptable.

Next time you should try calling non-well dressed fellow females to help you push your car.
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by crackhaus: 7:55am On Oct 30, 2018
Elder0001:


He's allowed because he's a guy but you (a female ) making such callous and ungrateful remark is unacceptable.

Next time you should try calling non-well dressed fellow females to help you push your car.
Yup, I find it sexist that a man who is not well dressed looks more like a car pushing tool than a woman who is also not well dressed.

The nerve... angry

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Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by bukatyne(f): 8:14am On Oct 30, 2018
Elder0001:


He's allowed because he's a guy but you (a female ) making such callous and ungrateful remark is unacceptable.

Next time you should try calling non-well dressed fellow females to help you push your car.

Hahahahaha grin

E pain am!

I am not ungrateful (ingratitude pisses me off), I am stating facts.

I sincerely appreciate everyone's contribution towards making the society better.
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by Elder0001(m): 8:16am On Oct 30, 2018
bukatyne:


Hahahahaha grin

E pain am!

I am not ungrateful (ingratitude pisses me off), I am stating facts.

I sincerely appreciate everyone's contribution towards making the society better.



Next time you should try calling non-well dressed fellow females to help you push your car.


Thank you.
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by bukatyne(f): 8:20am On Oct 30, 2018
Elder0001:



Next time you should try calling non-well dressed fellow females to help you push your car.


Thank you.

And ask non-well dressed men where they sell agbo in the market.
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by Elder0001(m): 8:23am On Oct 30, 2018
bukatyne:


And ask non-well dressed men where they sell agbo in the market.

You no wan hear word abi??

You're too stubborn embarassed


Just get the message :Next time you should try calling non-well dressed fellow females to help you push your car.
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by bukatyne(f): 8:29am On Oct 30, 2018
Elder0001:


You no wan hear word abi??

You're too stubborn embarassed


Just get the message :Next time you should try calling non-well dressed fellow females to help you push your car.

grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by Eyinjuege2: 9:11am On Oct 30, 2018
Elder0001:


Lol. Dunce

This unfortunately unfortunate fellow is here again..
Gigolo, go and beg your village people to release your destiny.
Issawawork o

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Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by CAPSLOCKED: 10:56am On Oct 30, 2018
Elder0001:



Next time you should try calling non-well dressed fellow females to help you push your car.


Thank you.

SHE KNOWS.. WE ALL KNOW WHO TO TURN TO WHEN WE'RE STRANDED AND NEEDING HELP.

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Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by Yuceeluv(f): 2:32pm On Feb 16
Please how much is aveeno face wash sold for?

armyofone:
Shaving my legs- a big no no. I love my hairy legs.
Aveeno face wash a daily must.
Shower - 2 ice daily. I don't drink coffee so cold water bath helps.
No make up just eye liner and lip gloss.

Nice one @ Bukatyne.

Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by armyofone(f): 9:48pm On Feb 21
About six dollars.
Yuceeluv:
Please how much is aveeno face wash sold for?

Re: Women: Guard Your Beauty, It Is A Blessing! by bukatyne(f): 4:31pm On Feb 23
folake4u:
My kind of thread.

Well,I'm a beauty advocate too and a Naturalista wink.
Not really keen on makeup too though.


@ computergeek . Achieving a silky smooth face is achievable at low cost.
Mix cinnamon powder, a pinch of salt, egg white and honey together and apply on a freshly washed face.
Leave for 10-20mins till its dry or you begin to feel the 'tightness' or 'firmness' of the egg white.
Rinse with warm water.
Dab a clean towel on your face gently and add your face moisturizer.

VoilĂ ! You're good to go.
It works well for me smiley.
Cinnamon (helps to reduce wrinkles and lines on the face)and increases blood flow.
Honey- for glow and moisture.
Egg white helps to make face firm,tightens your pores.
Salt is for exfoliation.


Or you can steam your face thrice a week.

Do you know a good steamer?

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