That's do-it-yourself hair products using ingredients just lying around innocently in your kitchen! Here are two "recipes" from Teen Vogue that you can try at home. (Although you might want to ponder the mayonnaise. Read on.)
FOODIE HAIR TYPES: TRY AT YOUR OWN RISK!
I know a LOT of you lovely ladies are beauty mavericks and are willing to DIY-it-up with food products. I, it must be admitted, am a beauty scaredycat. I stick to things that have been, um, made for me by Big Business (or, in most cases, Small Organic Businesses). Anyway, for those of you who are brave-brave-brave, here are some kitchen-friendly hair trips from the gurus at LA-based salon The Parlour on 3rd.
To create an olive oil moisturizing treatment:
1. Take 1/4 cup olive oil and pop it in the microwave for 30 seconds.
2. Part your hair into four sections and apply the warm olive oil to your scalp, section by section. Make sure to work the olive oil from the scalp to the ends of your hair.
3. Put a plastic cap on your hair and let the olive oil work its magic for 30 minutes.
4. Remove the cap. Shampoo, condition, and style your hair as usual.
To creative a healthy hair mask:
The easiest, cheapest, and most effective hair mask secret known to stylists is mayonnaise. Who would have thought? Mayo is composed of egg yolk, lemon juice and vinegar, which can strengthen and moisturize your hair. Avoid commercial brands. Stick with organic for best results. Place a plastic bag over your hair after you apply. Leave it on for 30 minutes. If you don't mind smelling like a ham sandwich, the end result is worth it!
Gemma Arterton has a fabulous sense of hairstyle trends and she often dips deep into her bag of tricks and pulls out amazingly beautiful 50's retro hairstyles, like the old school traditional bob hairstyle, along with an assortment of other fantastic short length hairstyles.
Enjoy this picture gallery of lovely hairstyles worn by Gemma Arterton.
I don't know about you, but when my hair gets static-y I don't get ecstatic over it. As much as I want to have picture perfect hair like all those shampoo commercial girls, I am unfortunately just a meek human being. Nevertheless, there is hope for you and me! Teen Vogue clues us in on solutions to static hair:
1) When styling hair, try not to use a plastic or metal hairbrush. Instead opt to utilize a brush with all natural bristles.
2) When brushing hair, first spritz the brush with spray gloss to avoid hair standing on end. Using the spray gloss isn't as greasy or harsh.
3) If it's a cold day outside and you need to wear a hat, to avoid the static cling flyaways, store a travel size styling wax in your bag. A tiny amount (on the fingertips) will go a long way.
ACTING President, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, yesterday, ordered the immediate sack of the Chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission, INEC, Professor Maurice Iwu. We are waiting to see the who replaces him
Honored to see Mr. Jason Paglia here with what is to be the first Pony Ghost show in a very long time. Beautiful stuff. Gotta come and see. We'll also be welcoming back Dan Galucki whom you may remember from Hello Loneliness! and other good projects. He's been traveling for a while with his new band, The Fed, and we are so pleased to welcome him home. Special guest DJings in between and after sets. Party time! Excellent!
Ooohwee! Can't tell you how excited we are to have our friend, Maxamillion bring his Danger on over to our little alleyway. We heart his records times infinity. Come and give him a good welcome to 1st Saturdays!
And hey, folks. Whether we're gonna have to drown our sorrows or celebrate a Blazers win together...this is a damn fine way to do it! Mike and Josh, we love you guys. Come on down and enjoy these classic records.
We've all been through it: the inevitable make-up counter samples. While it's great to get free stuff, did you know that you could be getting a lot more for free than you'd want? I'm talking about bacteria here. And it's lurking on that innocent-looking make-up brush.
Here's an interesting article from Bella Sugar on make-up counter hygiene:
BEAUTY AND BACTERIA: A LESSON IN MAKEUP COUNTER HYGIENE
When it comes to sampling chips and dip at a barbecue or sampling makeup at the beauty bar, I've always maintained the same philosophy — no double-dipping allowed. But, even if you don't see the double-dip in action, it doesn't mean the product is safe; in fact, when it comes to makeup, more often than not, it isn't.
The truth is that even if you practice good hygiene, the thousands of mall visitors who frequent the same makeup counter, and even the workers behind it, probably don't. That's what Dr. Elizabeth Brooks of Philadelphia's Jefferson Medical College found when she conducted an extensive study on public makeup testers. Her research revealed staph, strep, and even E. coli bacteria on makeup testers, and on high-traffic mall days, like Saturdays, the percentage of contamination on tester products was 100 percent.
But even Dr. Brooks, who's tested hundreds of makeup counters and has seen the worst of it, isn't afraid of the germs lurking in the samples — she just knows how to handle it. You, too, can brave the beauty bar when you practice safe makeup application. Learn how when you read more.
* Don't dip — Whenever possible, use sample products that don't require finger dipping. Squeeze bottles of creams and lip glosses are always a better alternative to lotion jars or pots of lip gloss.
* Forgo communal tools — Never use shared brushes, and always opt for disposable applicators instead.
* Wipe it clean — Remove or scrape the top layer of lipstick, and always wipe the surface of makeup samples with a tissue and some alcohol. Don't test any products where the top surface cannot be removed, like a face cream or eye cream.
* Be mindful of where you apply — The study also showed that cosmetics used around the lips, eyes, or nose are the worst, resulting in the spread of afflictions like cold sores, conjunctivitis, or pink eye. Therefore, avoid any products that must be directly applied to the nose, eyes, or mouth, especially mascara.
* Be your own healthy advocate — If you don't see rubbing alcohol or disposable applicators, ask for them, and don't be afraid to ask for individual samples as well. Just because they're not out on the counter doesn't mean they're not available.
This article was originally posted here! Check out the site for interesting beauty advice.
This is the only way I can even entertain the idea of doing solo shopping trips. On this particular outing Sam and Jake thought it would be fun to practice their screaming at each other while I browsed the 75% off racks. I didn't even care because I was getting outfits for them for less than $2!
Hayden Panettiere is a dazzling young celebrity starlet with a tremendously bright future and a stunningly beautiful head of hairstyles. Perhaps my favorite blonde sweetheart.
More often than not, Hayden Panettiere will be see donning a lovely long flowing hairstyle, however recently she has been spotted with a very short sleek hairstyle, like the one featured at the bottom of this gallery.
Enjoy these sensational hairstyle modeled by Hayden Panettiere.
I was never the type who was daring enough to color my hair. Thanks to hair horror stories from friends who got entangled in a hair damaging mess, I've always stayed far away from coloring products.
It also helps that I'm quite fond of my dark hair, actually. But sometimes, I do wonder how it would look if I gave it a just hint of a softer color.
If you're a bit braver than me and actually want to plunge into a color makeover, here's a hair color 101 from Teen Vogue to guide you through it:
HAIR COLOR 101
Hair coloring can be a lengthy and daunting process. I know that whenever I decide to make a dramatic color change, I'm always nervous about whether or not my hair will turn orange, or worse, fall out! Luckily, I caught up with Frauke Neuser, a senior Clairol scientist, who helped clear up some hair coloring myths and provided some really great advice for teens who want to change up their do's without permanently damaging their locks.
What are the most common types of hair and how do they differ? The latest research suggests that there are 3 main types of hair: fine hair, thick hair and curly hair. Their differences in texture and protein structure not only lead to different sensorial properties, but also to specific needs in terms of caring for and treating the hair.
Is there a hair type that accepts color better than others? Fine hair has the thinnest diameter and therefore accepts color the best. Thick and curly hair require more color or longer exposure times to get similar color results.
What should girls do before getting their hair colored? What about after the process to protect it? Don't wash your hair right before coloring - the natural oils on your scalp protect it against possible irritation. However, do brush out any styling product residue. After coloring, always apply a specialized color conditioner... to lock in color.
How often can young women color their hair? Does coloring it a lot in your teenage years do long term damage? Many women color their hair every 4-6 weeks - depending on how fast the hair grows (and how quickly the roots become visible). Normally, color is then only applied to the roots, where hair hasn't been colored before (and only pulled through the lengths for the last 5-10 mins).
If you want to completely change your color and therefore have to apply color all over your hair every time, you really shouldn't do that too often - depending on the hair length about every couple of months. Coloring only damages the visible part of your hair, it has no influence on the hair bulbs or future growth. So extensive coloring in your teenage years might be stressful for your hair at the time, but shouldn't have any effect on how your hair looks in your 20s and 30s.
What should you look for when picking out an at-home coloring treatment? Be clear on what you want - if you want to enhance what you have, choose a demi-permanent colorant to start with. If you're ready for a commitment and don't want your color to wash out, choose a permanent color. Either way, make sure the color on the package is no more than two shades away from your natural color.
How do you cover up or reverse a color that you do not like or are ready to change? It depends on what color product you have used. Demi-permanent colorants wash out over time - so all you need might be a couple of thorough shampoos. Don't try and cover up a fresh color with another color at home. If you really hate it, go to a hairdresser for advice. If you have had the color for awhile and feel ready for a change, try to not move too far away from where you are now.
Every Wednesday, Industry Nite... A platform for Established & up and coming artists....takes place at Tribeca, Victoria Island, Lagos. INDUSTRY NITE: Started over a year ago - A networking forum with attendees from Record Label Executives, Artists, Promoters, to Publicists, Media Houses, Brand Managers and more (including the General Public). On April 28th, 2010, Industry Nite will pay tribute to Dagrin. DAGRIN a charismatic young star whose music impact in the African Hip Hop scene has been revolutionary. Dagrin performed twice at Industry nite: 5 weeks ago, and before then a year ago when he was relatively unknown. His passing at 23 has stunned the Entertainment Industry not least his family,friends and fans. 'The Industry unites for DAGRIN', will pay homage to DAGRIN'S legacy and contribution to the African Music Industry. Monetary donations will be collected at the entrance of the venue and ALL proceeds go to DAGRIN'S family. Performances from an All star line up of artists have donated their time to payhomage and respect to Dagrin: GT Guitarman,Omawumi, TosinMartins, Sasha, General Pype, YQ, Sound Sultan, Weird MC, Shank, Waje, Show Dem Camp, Banky W, Lami, Pin Code, Zara, Overdose, Aquadragon, Benny P, Badman Floss and more. There will also be speeches by major people in the industry to talk about DAGRIN and their relationship with him (business/personal). Host: Olisa Adibua Date;28th april,2010 Start time: 8pm Come with a candle!!! For more information on Industry Nite please email Matthew Ohio or Ngozi Omambala at email@example.com For Press and Publicity matters regarding industry night please email firstname.lastname@example.org UNITE FOR DAGRIN.
News reaching us from Guardian Nigeria by Wole Sadare on the Acquisition of Virgin Nigeria.
THE recently announced acquisition of Nigeria Eagle Airline (formerly Virgin Nigeria Airline), may have cost NICON Group of Companies $250 million (N37 billion), under a debt buy-over deal sealed with United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA).
The amount represents Virgin Group's indebtedness to the bank, which liability has now been taken over by Jimoh Ibrahim-led organisation.
There were however, indications in the aviation industry yesterday that Captain Dapo Olumide, who was introduced by Ibrahim as being retained as Chief Executive Officer of the acquired airline, may quit the position this week.
Ibrahim had announced the retention of Olumide as the helmsman of the airline at the weekend, citing the confidence reposed in him by the board of directors for the decision.
Already, industry operators had expressed mixed reactions over the airline's acquisition, given the antecedent of Ibrahim. He acquired EAS Airlines but shortly, on his own, wound up its operations.
Ibrahim is expected to assure workers of his plans to consolidate on the success of the airline as driven by the Olumide-led management, at a briefing slated for today.
A very reliable source told The Guardian that Olumide was already planning his exit from the airline, stressing that the decision was personal to him.
Efforts to reach him yesterday proved abortive as his mobile phones were switched off.
It would be recalled that the airline was indebted to UBA to the tune of $250 million, a debt reportedly incurred by the Virgin Group.
A source in UBA told The Guardian that to them, it was an economic decision they took by transferring the risk to the new owner.
"We are disturbed that there were claims in the media that Jimoh Ibrahim paid $100 million to acquire the airline", said the UBA source.
Olumide is an aviation professional and a trained pilot with over 28 years experience, having started his career after he earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, USA in 1980.
He joined Aero Contractors in 1982 and following many successful years, he was appointed the Deputy Managing Director in 2002 and transformed the original company vision from an exclusively B2B model to the more demanding and more modern B2C approach.
He joined Virgin Nigeria in November 2008 as the Chief Commercial Officer, after a brief stint as a banker with the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), specifically in the area of transport infrastructure project development.
Before his current appointment as the chief executive officer, he was the Company's Deputy Managing Director with oversight responsibilities for Commercial Planning, Sales and Marketing, Cargo and Corporate Aviation.
Captain Olumide is a change manager and within a short time in the helms of affairs of the airline, brought his expertise to bear by turning the fortunes of the airline around especially by initiating and implementing policies that have brought the airline from the doldrums especially during the turbulent economic recession that adversely affected global aviation business.
Also, he led the management team that created an indigenous and unique brand for the airline, which has made the airline to remain a force in the domestic and regional markets.
He initiated code share with Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Delta Air and signing technical service with Ethiopia, the first in West Africa with another African profitable airline.
Speaking to reporters yesterday, former spokesman of Nigeria Airways, Chris Azu Aligbe said he found it "difficult to begin to say what will be the consequence of the airline's acquisition, because you don't know who is coming, but all I need to say is that Olumide and his team, they have done wonderfully well. They met a very bad situation and they have battled all their lives to salvage that situation.
"If it were not for the albatross of the debts accumulated by Virgin Group, the Nigerian Eagle would have stood out clearly, showing that people who know what they are doing are in place; they have a good roadmap and they were battling to stay on that road map.
"That roadmap comes along the line of national aspiration to have a world standard airline that can compete and gradually moving up from domestic and regional dominance to the point where it should be. It's quite sad that this has happened".
On Ibrahim's antecedents regarding the way he allowed EAS to die shortly after acquisition, Aligbe said people are apprehensive because of that, noting that everybody was shocked when it was bought, adding that people believed it was going to be revived, "but it just died that way and not even a word was said about it".
He however, stated that people had every reason to be apprehensive but quickly noted that Ibrahim would not invest that amount of money in such a place and allow it to go down the drains.
His words: "He is a businessman, even if the money fell from the skies to him as manna from heaven, I am sure that he does not intend to throw it away; that is my own submission, I may be wrong. I will be shocked if I find that I am wrong. I think that having invested, his sole business is to have an airline functioning and coming back after the EAS debacle, coming back to buy over another airline, airline that is major; I think it shows that he has an intention to own an airline that will work, but what people are afraid of is that he does not stand on the wrong footing"
Another aviation expert, Captain Dele Ore, said: "Whatever you are telling me is all speculative and what I am reading in the newspaper is worrisome. But I want to know how much money that has been injected into the place and by whom.
"The track record that is on ground should make us very, very worrisome. Why is EAS (NICON Airlines) no more flying? If it is an on-going business and it is flying, it can merge with a new one. Then you are thinking of a merger and we can understand that. As it is now, another dead company is in the offing".
He disclosed that Nigeria Eagle is the best run airline in Nigeria, which has met IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) requirements. It is the only company in the industry that has met IOSA.
"To me, that is an airline that is qualified to be an airline in Nigeria. So if Olumide was able to sustain and maintain it, we should say that we commend his effort. If he leaves, nobody is indispensable, but it will be a very sad story and we will be going in circles and that airline will be worse off for it".
If getting a gift certificate for free to use on all the adorable hair accessories you want sounds good to you, then you're just the person we're looking for!
We're giving away a $25 gift certificate to one winner! Use this to splurge on all your favorite No Slippy Hair Clippys: for your little one, for your young princess, or even for you, momma! We have a wide range of styles and colors t choose from, perfect for diverse personalities and suits whatever mood you may be in!
This giveaway is hosted by Mary of Grand Giveaways. It will run only until April 30. Visit her blog here to join!
The lovely model is wearing No Slippy Hair Clippy's Clip of the Month: Red Ladybug! More styles to choose from www.hairclippy.com. * I have entered this post to Work of the Poet's weekly meme "Ruby Tuesday"! If you're seeing red today, then please feel free to share photos and join here!
Or so i heard o, I stumbled on the article Posted by Ami Angelowicz on thefrisky.com that an average woman will date about twenty four men before finally settling dowm. Check out the original post;
"This may make all of the serial daters out there feel a little bit better. Or, ahem, make me feel better. A new survey done in the U.K. found that the average woman goes on about 24 dates before she finds a keeper. And to add a little more solace—seven percent of the more than 2,000 women polled went on between 41 and 60 dates before finding someone special and one percent went on a staggering 61 to 80 dates before finding Prince Charming. Geez, no wonder we get so sick and tired of dating. That’s a lot frogs.
The poll also found that one-third of the women surveyed have ditched out on a date when they knew the guy was lame. (Raises hand.) One out of four women will only go out with a guy once before she determines if he’s Mr. Right, while 35 percent will give a dude two dates, and 16 percent think three dates is fair.
And this dating business costs us, too. On average, the research found that we spent about $3,000 on dating, mostly on getting our hair did and buying new clothes and stuff. I wonder what that figure would be for the guys?
Moral of story: dating is hard and you have to pick through the proverbial haystack to find that needle"
Well, i don't think that statistics will be applicable everywhere especially in Africa
Saw it on Linda Ikeji's blog that Chimamanda Adichie's award winning first novel - Purple Hibiscus is in the WAEC Syllabus. I think it's a big feat for her as she becomes a popular name among teenagers and youths
Today Samantha had her 2 year check-up. I know you are all dying to know her vitals, so here are the numbers:
Height: 33 inches (25th percentile)
Weight: 24 pounds, 6 ounces (25th percentile)
Head: 50th percentile
Now, back when she was first born, I did a height prediction, which predicted she would be 5'6". Looks like that prediction was right on the money if we double her height at 2 years old, which is another way to determine adult height; double height at two years to get her adult height. Samantha has consistently come in at the 25th percentile for height and weight, and there are no concerns for her petite size.
Now, onto the best. And yes, I am a proud mother right now and so be it! A direct quote from the doctor "you have quite a smart little girl here; she is advanced in her social skills for her age". Yes we do and yes she is! We are amazed by Samantha's language every day, and how much she is putting together. I feel like I say this every month, but it is just amazing to see her develop and figure out things on her own. She truly is such a happy girl, and delights in everything, especially the people around her. She gets so excited to see people she knows, and to play with her friends. Often times this will translate into her tackling her friends to the floor, but the love is there regardless of her rough expressions of love. Samantha is very inquisitive about other children, and is at her best when she can follow other kids around and learn from the older children. The gleam she gets in her eye is visible when she is doing something that the "big kids" are doing. Hopefully in the next year or two she will have as much tolerance and patience for Jake as these older kids seem to have for her!
Why am i not surprised that Heidi Klum would have some of the most dazzling hairstyles in all of show business? Probably because she is one of the most fashion conscious and well equipped women in all of the world. And boy does she look amazing, every single appearance!
Take a stroll through this collection of stunningly beautiful hairstyles donned by none other than Heidi Klum.
I stumbled upon this from Bella Sugar and I just knew I had to share it with you! Here's an excerpt:
There are so many iconic ugly duckling movie makeovers that you'd think we'd be tired of them, but every few years a film comes out that puts a new, charming twist on the classic Cinderella makeover. And of course, it teaches us a useful lesson or two in the process. For your viewing pleasure, I've put together 10 of my favorite makeover movies with very, very important beauty morals.
Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady
Image from www.movies.ndtv.com
The most famous movie makeover besides Cinderella's, Eliza's turn from cockney street gamine to Ascot-ready English rose has had generations of women practicing "The rain in Spain is mainly on the plain."
Lesson learned: Step 1: Wear big hat Step 2: Success!
The Dreams in Dreamgirls
Image from www.guardian.co.uk
In this story based on the rise of Diana Ross and the Supremes, three young girls go from sweet and country to superstardom with the help of some major makeup and wigs. But fame comes with a price, as they lose everything that made them truly happy along the way.
Lesson learned: Looking good on the outside isn't the same as feeling — or being — good on the inside. Also, Beyoncé looks great in '60s hair and makeup.
Sandy in Grease
Image from www.nydailynews.com
Oh, Sandy. Changing for a dumb guy has never looked more fun. Although we can't condone the total personality makeover, you'll notice that when people dress up as characters from Greasefor Halloween, their Sandy is always in the outfit from the last scene, because girlfriend looks smokin' hot.
Lesson learned: Red lipstick, smoky eyes, and big hair will get you everywhere.
We absolutely love this adorable review from Chad and Gena of Our Journey Through Parenthood! Not only is their blog so cute and sweet, the photos of their twins Taryn and Evan are just so precious!
In their recent blog entry, the doting parents wrote about little Taryn wearing her new No Slippy Hair Clippys. We're not yet sure if they would allow us to post Taryn's too-cute-to-be-true photos here, but if you'd like to see them, you may visit their blog here!
Here's a short quote from the blog entry:
"These pictures really weren't taken today but they popped up on my computer screen when I plugged my phone in and I got a dose of cuteness so thought I would share it with you. I took these photos on Friday, we were trying Taryn's new 'no slippy, hair clippy's' on and I think she looks darn cute :-)"
Thanks Chad and Gena! We look forward to more photos of you darling twins!
We are happy to report that No Slippy Hair Clippy is on the blog-o-sphere once again! Our signature non-slip hair clips have been reviewed by Grand Giveaways, a blog by mommy blogger Mary who loves to share her thoughts about the products she recently tried. As the blog's name implies, she loves hosting giveaways too! Expect an exciting clippy giveaway pretty soon; so make sure you are tuned in to her blog here!
Here's an excerpt of what she thinks of No Slippy Hair Clippy:
"When my daughter was born, she actually had hair long enough to braid. I have to admit…we’re a hairy bunch! Now that she’s crawling and cruising, her long hair can fall into her eyes. That’s why I love the No Slippy Hair Clippy. These hair accessories are perfect for baby-fine hair, because they stay in place and are so soft your baby won’t even notice she’s wearing one."
No Slippy Hair Clippy has been making the world prettier, one girl at a time for several years now. So we knew it was about time that we gave ourselves a makeover of our own!
Our aim is to be every girl’s dependable style sister for all the ages and stages of her life, so we want to have something special to offer you whether you’re a tiny tot, a blooming young lady or a chic and stylish woman. Just like a style guru that you can run to whenever you want to be dressed to impress!
Despite our adorable name (yes, we love it too), No Slippy Hair Clippy is not just about babies! So we are thrilled to announce that you’ll soon be seeing a brand new No Slippy Hair Clippy website!
We can hardly wait to show you our chic new web design that caters a lot better to a wider age group. Showcasing our signature patent-pending and award-winning hair accessories that you’ve loved all these years, we hope this new look will entice you to keep coming back for more!
Nadia Buhari, a movie goddess of immaculate beauty, is said to have gotten married recently and there is a wild hunt for who the husband might be though family sources have not said much.
As if to confirm the report, Nadia has started wearing a sparkling ring on her ring finger. She has been spotted wearing this sparkling ring at a number of official programs but has decided to keep the issue of her supposed marriage under wraps. “It’s my little secret. I’m not sharing that,” was all Nadia Buhari told myjoyonline when she was questioned about her new ring.
It is public knowledge that Nadia had been in a long-term love relationship with golden-boy Michael Essien of Chelsea Football Club and that has added a sting to the controversy surrounding her sparkling ring. Many would have concluded Essien was responsible for the ring on Nadia’s finger, if not for recent grapevine reports that suggested the two had called off their relationship for undisclosed reasons.
NEWS-ONE recently asked Nadia about her marriage plans and she was quite slippery on the subject. “I want to establish myself well before I get married. Before you become somebody’s wife you must have your own life. I have to work so hard to get to this point of my life and I am going to continue because I don’t think I have achieved enough or what I want to achieve. Marriage kind of pulls you down.
It demands a lot and I am not willing to relax, I want to work harder and get somewhere. I will get married but not any time soon. Probably a couple of years, I am not sure. But anyway, hey! You never know. I may say this now but tomorrow may come with something different,” Nadia told NEWS-ONE in that interview at Akosombo.
In that interview, Nadia explained that though her fans would want to know what is going on in her life, the media should be cautious and respect her privacy saying she considers matters concerning her relationship private.
“I feel that part of me is very personal, very private so it should stay that way. What I am bringing to the public is the movies. It is what I am doing, my career is my job. hat is what we should be talking about. I don’t like to talk about my private life and so I don’t want my private life out there.
“I am extremely quiet because I am a very shy person. You will never know me until you get close to me and you will know the kind of person I am,” she noted. She would, however, not talk about her alleged collapsed relationship with Michael Essien and speculations that she had a child with a Holland-based Ghanaian.
Nadia Buhari, daughter of music icon, Alhaji Sidiku Buhari, is undoubtedly one of the topmost actresses on the screens. She has become a household name in Africa most especially in Ghana and Nigeria and has close to 40 movies to her credit.