Sunday, 3 August 2014

STYLE SUNDAY: PRINTS - IRO AND BUBA

Hey guys , how's it going ?
Before I continue , I would like you guys to leave a comment on what you would like to see on the blog and you could inspire my next post. For example , the next blog post would be a tutorial of this makeup I rocked with this outfit and it was requested by the lovely Ibukun Ilesanmi. So go ahead and REQUEST! 

I know I've been away for a while but I've been really busy but hopefully new posts would be up quicker from now on.
Anyway , today's look is inspired by the traditional African attire we all know but in modern day it's been modified to silk, chiffon , and all sorts of material. I'm rocking silk and I love the prints on this one so much. 

Outfit details 
- iro and buba by DESIREE IYAMA (IG-desireeiyama)
-shoes - Nine West 
-black purse - Zara
Jewelry - all Gold everything (thanks mum!) 
Hair- wig made by me 

Pictures were all taken with my iPhone , I didn't have time to set up my camera today xx sorry guys 























 

 



A selfie a day keeps depression away ! 



I would do a tutorial of this look as requested xx
Have a lovely week guys and thank you for views and subscribtions xx (16k yay!!!) 

8 comments:

  1. heyy , i really love your blog pls , where in lagos can i get the ben nye powder and what do you use to fill your brows ?

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    1. thanks dear , you can get it from fifty's daughter or any beauty supply store ... and in other makeup posts i specify what i use on my brows xx

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  2. Pls I would like to know how you made your wig

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  3. Nice one u gat there mama...i love the iro n buba

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