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Pauline Cosmetics was founded by Kenyan Nelly Tuikong, a former Critical Care Nurse in the U.S. Nelly realized how hard it was to get makeup suitable for her rich African complexion and decided to take matters into her own hands to fill that gap. She thus birthed Pauline Cosmetics from that passion to give people of colour products designed and developed specifically for them, by one of them. The undeniable moves Pauline Cosmetics has made in creating quality, affordable and now very popular makeup for the modern African have come to pay off. One of the largest international beauty trade fairs – BeautyWorld Middle East – has handpicked Pauline Cosmetics as the first African owned makeup brand to participate at the exhibition. Pauline Cosmetics will be showcasing their complexion and colour products at the inaugural Ready To Beauty feature at BeautyWorld ME that seeks to spotlight inclusive brands that cater…

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You’re Not Overweight, You’re Stressed! Did you know that stress is the silent cause of rapid weight gain in most people?  It’s a complex dynamic, which is evidenced by the need to eat huge amounts of food and the less likelihood of engaging in activities in some people. It is commonly referred to as ‘stress eating.’ In the event of life triggers- for instance death, relationship drama or financial pressure, some people seek solace in food. Lots and lots of mindless munching of comfort food- usually, junk food. Knowing that so many suffer from stress-eating, how can one overcome it? First things first, you have to let go of things that are beyond your control. Carrying burdens in your heart and mind that at that point can’t be changed is doing yourself more harm than good. Have a positive mindset, accept things as they are, be at peace with yourself…

Looking good on a budget may seem like an impossible thing to wish for, but it’s totally possible. We often overthink, protective styles assuming they are expensive. But the truth is, protective styles can be affordable even with a tight budget or none at all. The simplest protective style also happens to be one you can do-it-yourself. Put up your hair in a bun, then twist hair with simple knots – ‘matuta’ – or ‘bantu’ knots, add a little moisturizer and Viola, that’s the first and easy to do protective style! If knotting your hair or braiding it is difficult, consider having a friend who can help you with doing your hair, which will enable you to save a few coins in your pocket. The next batch of protective styles, are pretty much outsourced hair in the form of wigs and weaves. These are quite versatile and very easy to…

Tis’ the season and it’s not only the walls and the streets that need decking this festive season, hair could certainly do with some attention. If you want…

 Endometriosis is a women’s condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus is found elsewhere in the body. It causes chronic pelvic pain, heavy bleeding and infertility.  Join Endo Sisters East Africa as they create awareness this March through the  #yellownailsmovement.  Pop in to any of the following beauty salons for your yellow Mani and show your support! Ashleys Coiffure and Spa (Nairobi, Nakuru and Mombasa)  Urban Hair (Nairobi), Blessed Salon (Nakuru), Mitch Beauty Parlour (Nairobi), Nail Perfection (Nairobi), Grace beauty Salon (Thika), Miracle Salon (Zimmerman) and Geanna Beauty World (Kisumu). 1 out of 10 women of childbearing age suffers from endometriosis. That’s one woman too many. For more information, log on to www.endosisterseastafrica.org

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