#TBDaily x #TV 3 Things I love about Quantico... 2 things they need to watch out for!

Get your wine and your favourite snack because it is tv season again!
And as #TVGirl, i am here to let you know what's good, what's hot and more.

So some shows like "Empire" are back for a second season and that's exciting already, but then there are some new shows like "Quantico" (drama from executive producers Josh Safran and Mark Gordon which explores the lives of young FBI recruits; each with a secret).begging for love. Guess what Quantico? with that first episode, there is no reason to beg. I am ready for you, and here is why!

+ Aunjaune Ellis

I first stumbled on this lady on 'The Mentalist' where she played Patrick Jane's boss.
She is beautiful, she is sassy and she is talented. I saw her again on 'Book of Negroes' and see that she was also in 'The Maid' so it's been a long time coming but yes! Seeing her rocking that hair and speaking like a boss made me sit up!


+ Grey's Anatomy and Rookie Blue are back!
What i mean is, this will be just like the first seasons of Grey's and Rookie Blue which also began their seasons with recruits. Now we have some newbies in the FBI but one of them is a terrorist? o ho... this can't be good. BUT, expect the drama, the raunchy make out scenes and a lot of beautiful people.

+ The action
O please give us action!
We want car chases, mysteries and more and since the first episode had an explosion and a getaway, i think we are on to something.

So that is what i love but what do i want them to watch out for?

+ Grey's and Rookie issues
You know how the interns then became the bosses? If not handled well, it may blow up in their faces because there is something about cute recruits and us not wanting them to grow up.

+ Getting Lost like Lost
Remember Lost season 1?
It was sooooo good!

We watched as they unravelled things, wondered about 'the others' and loved the flashbacks.
But then it seemed Lost got lost and then we switched off. So here is the thing, there are so many secrets in this series and some flashbacks that if they are not careful, they will lose us.


#Hairsyn Getting your Hair into a Bun

When my hair was short, all i wanted was for it to be long. Then when my hair got long, i felt like there were no styles to work with.

My default style is the quick pack and go but whenever i sit with a professional, they would work magic on the hair and i just wanted to do the same!

Now you might have seen my previous hair tutorial on a style you can do in under ten minutes and if you haven't, here is the link.

10 min braid for natural hair

Back to my buns!

Hair packed in a bun is just so chic that it transforms every look. I had been trying but i never succeeded... until now.

First, thank you to Love Layefa and Sisi Yemmie for their up do challenge; it inspired me.

Sisi Yemmie and Love Layefa's Hair Up Do challenge

I'm going to make a youtube video soon (fingers crossed) but till then, what have i learnt.

* Brush your hair real well before your up-do or packing so that it stays in place and looks neat for longer. 

* Apply pressure. Sorry o, but up-dos will hurt. For the first few seconds. Then you'll be fine. Grab that hair tight and pack

* For my back bun, I used a trick I saw Love Layefa do. Basically you first pack with a rubber band, then you take in smaller strands each and plait, then tuck each plait into the rubber band.

* For the front bun, I used a cheat. There are some big buns you can pack your hair with then just tuck the strands into.

Let me know what you think and if you try it!


#ShopTosyn My First Week of Black and Blue

My themed week challenge continues. By the way, I set this challenge up for myself and have no clue when it will end.

I still have to try 'traditional outfits', skirts, sporty chic and more as a lot of you have suggested but this week felt random.

Till I noticed a pattern in my randomness- I was wearing a lot of blue and black.

Now blue and black are usually both dark colours, although there are different shades of blue like sky blue that are very bright. One usually doesn't reach for blue after black and vice versa, but as my week shows, it's actually a fun combination.

Check these out.

My Tips


We tend to think of blue in terms of anything else but jeans but hey, guess the simplest way to style your black top? With a pair of jeans!!!


The shade of blue is important. A very dark shade turns the look into a black outfit while a light shade gives a little pop. Either works, but remember my favourite tip- accessorise right.


Since black is neutral, you really can go crazy with what else you rock this look with. I went comfortable and stuck mostly with brown but try pink and even white.

I hope these tips help.
Let me know what you think


#4pminLagos Usher got married again. And not to Chilli, again

Usher is off the market. Again.

He probably is one artiste i have had a consistent crush on. Right from 'You Remind Me' till 'My Baby just cares for me'. We grow old together.
Then he dated Chilli and honestly, i was fine with it. Chilli is a fine woman, And was relatable.

But it didn't work out. They say maybe he might have cheated.

Usher why?

They broke up but somehow i thought they would get back together.
Until he married someone not her.

That didn't work out, and i completely missed the fact that he had apparently been dating his manager since 2009!

And now, he got married. Again.
But not to Chilli. Again.

Reports say he got married to

Here is wishing the couple peace, love and amala!


OAP 101 Episode 5 What to do when you make a Mistake!

Hi everyone! Welcome to another five minute, OAP 101 podcast ride!
The latest episode of the podcast is titled ‘What To Do When You Make a Mistake’

In this informative episode, i coach on what to do when one makes a mistake, especially since mistakes are inevitable. Some of my tips include acknowledging, apologising and moving on. I also break these tips down, and emphasize on how important it is to not dwell on mistakes  so as not to affect the totality of your show.

Follow @Tosynbucknor and @TosynOntheAir on social media to keep a tab on my activities.


#ShopTosyn My First Week of Cartoon Tops

That should read 'cartoon tees' actually. I mean, what do you do when some of your favourite tees have cartoon and other characters on them?

I'll tell you what! These are my tips

* Toughen up!
Rock your cartoon t shirt with leather, with boots, with anything that makes it feel modern and tough. You'll love it!

* Be cute
Look, cartoon tees are cute so why are trying to be anything else but? Cute hair-styles, a 'Hello Kitty' button or hair pin here and there or even a skirt will make you cute. Don't over-do it though!

* Throw a Jacket on
I just keep extolling the virtue of jackets because they really are the "superman" of outfits. A jacket will transform your cartoon tee into a nice everydayy look, paired with jeans and heels (for work) or flats (for casual stuff).

Cartoon tees tend to be casual though so remember that.

Here's what else I rocked
Rocked my Minnie Mouse tee when Geoffrey and Shola from Project Fame swung by!


#4pminLagos Bringing Mary Poppins back? I don't know how i feel about that!!!

Part '2's are bad enough (did you ever watch Dirty Dancing or Grease 2?) but reboots can be a dodgy thing. While books like 'Cinderella' and 'Snow Whit' get reboots quite often (all claiming to have a new take on the story), reboots of 'classics' are usually not a good idea.

A movie like 'Grease' for example which was cleaned up and re-released still does well with its original story and cast. I watched 'Sounds of Music' with the original cast two weeks ago and was fine with it. So why is Disney trying to remake 'Mary Poppins'?

According to 'Variety', Mary Poppins will be remade with Rob Marshall set to direct. The story takes place in London twenty years after the original.

I know i sometimes wonder what happened to the 'Von Trapps' after they got on that hill, and wonder what 'Baby' did when she left that resort so maybe seeing Mary Poppins twenty years later won't be a bad idea.

But why?


#TBDaily x #SkincareSaturday I've been washing my face wrong....

I had an illuminating facial over the weekend courtesy Spa Royale and learnt one amusing fact- I've been washing my face all wrong!!!

It started with a simple question from Omoh, the spa CEO about what I clean my make up off with. I told her excitedly that I use baby wipes expecting a pat on the back. She seemed shock. But she did say that's at least not as bad as using some chemical products.
She mentioned that she first washes her face for about two minutes using a face wash...
Hol up
Two minutes?
If you are like me, you spend more time on your body than your face in the bath. You probably rub, rinse and leave?
Two minutes?
You have to rub that soap in and massage for two minutes? Who Has Time For That?

Well now I do because I kid you not, I washed my face for ONE minute (you can't walk if you don't crawl) last night and got more make up off that I usually would have in the past. Apart from getting more (if not all the dirt) off, washing your face for longer means you are actually also treating yourself to a massage which helps circulation.

Remember now, let us do this together- wash your face for two minutes... two full long could-be-doing-other-things minutes!


#TBDaily x #SkincareSaturday: Egg Yolk Mask

I'm at it again, trying things and staring in the mirror.

Remember when I washed my hair with cocacola?

What happens when you wash your hair with Coke?

 And don't forget that time I had lemon water every day for a week?

Is Lemon Water good for your body?

Even slept with onions on my feet. Yup. The things I do.

Yesterday I saw something about egg yolks and the face so a light bulb went off in my head and this morning I did a quick face scrub.
But first, what does the internet say about egg yolk? Well for one, they say it locks moisture into your skin cells and is great for people with dry skin. It helps to moisturise and protects.
Okay o.

You can make egg yolk masks with avocado, honey, bananas, olive oil etc but please ensure you read up on each ingredient and combination before going ahead.

I used one egg (used the yolk and the white though), some sea salt and my favourite face soap and mixed together. I thought I would hate the smell or having it on my face but it honestly smelt nice and didn't feel bad. There was some left over so my feet got a treat too!

I left it on for about fifteen minutes, washed off and honestly, my face looked better than when I wash with just soap.

Do I recommend it?
A plain egg yolk mask for days you are rushing out the door, and a few more ingredients at the weekend when you have more time. But as a friend warned once, don't put all the products on your face and neglect to put IN your body.


#PinkFootball My highlights from Man U .v. Liverpool

Let me start by conceding this truth- Benteke's goal was goal of the game.
But he's not a red devil so, moving on.

My first highlight is Daley Blind. Not just his goal nor his save but the sum of all. When a player scores, plays and even keeps, then he deserves Man of the Match.

Martial (not Marshall dear Nigerians) is of course, a big highlight. I mean, they buy you, the press slays you, you come in as a substitute to applause, then you dribble three grown men like #IzNoring and score a goal. On your frigging debut!

I love how he celebrated with the fans first then gave Young (who passed to him) a bear hug.

Erm, anyone else think he looks like dude from 'Everybody Hates Chris'?

And my final highlight is United's first goal which came from a free kick that had obviously been practised in training and created by Van Gaal. It involved a bit of deception, some blocking (Schweinsteiger) and then a blinding kick.

There you have it. My highlights from Man Utd .v. Liverpool.

What are yours?

P.s, thanks for staying De Gea

#TosynTravels An Evening with Disney!

I am feeling a bit like a mum who has kids and never wants to say which one is her favourite. But if you threatened to take away all Disney music i would have to say the Disney experience was one of the best at the #OnlyTheBest content showcase in Mauritius.

Basically, Disney Africa welcomed 90 journalists from across Africa to their first ever showcase to media from the continent, at this year’s Multichoice Africa Content Showcase Extravaganza. It started on Thursday 3 September when we received a Disney Movie ticket which gained us entry to the special outdoor screening, set under the stars on the lawns of the idyllic Outrigger Beach Resort in Mauritius.

First we got our own Disney picnic basket and blankets, full of delicious treats and filling food, then we made our way to the seating area, replete with comfortable chairs and loungers. Once the Disney fans were settled, the vast outdoor screen lit up and the evening’s festivities were well under way.

A welcome speech by Deirdre King, Head of Marketing for The Walt Disney Company Africa, preceded the screening of two animated shorts. The first, the Academy Award-nominated Get a Horse, featured Disney favourites like Mickey, Minnie, Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow, in a laugh-a-minute romp across the countryside. The second animated short, Disney•Pixar’s Partly Cloudy, beautifully tells the tale of where delivery storks get their infant cargo. The main feature was Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, the epic follow-up to the biggest Super Hero movie of all time.

Disney showcased Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, as it perfectly showcased their theme for the Showcase – Globally Connected, Locally Relevant – as key sequences in the film were shot on the African continent in 2014. What is even more exciting is that sequences of the next Marvel super hero filmCaptain America 3: Civil War, will also be shot in Africa!

Other local initiatives across the continent include:
o    The dubbing of the hit Disney Junior series Doc McStuffins, in Swahili for East Africa.
o    Desperate Housewives Africa
o    Collaborations on two Fashion Halo Projects in conjunction with SA Fashion Week:
o    Local cameo roles like Jeremy Mansfield in Toy Story 3 and Unathi Msengana in Doc McStuffins 

Also newsworthy;   Violetta; the first ever South African Disney Channel local production, with 3 local presenters and two Disney-produced projects (The film Queen of Katwe, starring Academy Award-winner Lupita Nyong’o and ABC television series Of Kings and Prophets).

And if you have nieces like me or younger ones, then Disney has something for you wiht Disney Junior which airs on DStv channel 309 and GOtv Plus channel 60.

Highlights across the Disney Junior channel include animated television series, Sofia the First and Doc McStuffins. Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Pluto and Daisy all join Mickey in Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,and animated series such as Gummi BearsChip ‘n DaleDucktales with classic Disney movies AladdinCinderella and more.

#TosynTravels Meeting the hot Gecko brothers from 'From Dusk Till Dawn'

The #OnlyTheBest Content Showcase was a working holiday which meant i worked, but i also holidayed. Lol. One of the perks of being there was meeting the hot 'brothers' from the television version of iconic movie, "From Dusk till Dawn".

Gotta get those autographs in!

D.J Cotrona (the cute one) and Zane Holtz (the eyes-that-pierce-into-your-soul-one) were at the MNET Africa showcase and also special guests at Vuzu AMP's anniversary party. Plus, i wasn't stalking them i promise, but they also did a bit of chilling by the seaside and i just happened to catch them again.

Honestly, the Multichoice Content Showcase Extravaganza reached fever pitch when the stars of From Dusk Till Dawn: the series arrived at a press junket held at The Plantation Club in Mauritius. D.J and Zane s.h.a.r.ed the thrills of working on the show as the Gecko brothers, roles played by George Clooney and Quinton Tarantino in the movie. 

Cotrona had high praise for actors and directors from the continent who have gained global exposure. “South Africa is one of the countries that has amazing actors and directors. I’m a huge Sci-Fi fan and I love the way Neil Blomkamp takes high concepts and grounds them in reality,” he said. “Trevor Noah is hilarious – taking over The Daily Show is like taking over America and I love watching him. There’s amazing African talent crossing over in a big way in the international industry, both in front of and behind the camera.”

“If you’re talented and good at what you do, you can make it anywhere – it’s about being there and being right for the part,” was Holtz’ encouraging advice for aspiring African actors. “I’m 15 years into my career - I started when I was 13 or 14. It took me a long time of living in Los Angeles and auditioning to get a part – and now I’m in a series that is traveling around the world! There’s no definitive timeframe for success – just believe it, do it, and stick with it until you get it!” Quizzed about whether he would take on a role, telling African stories, he said he would work with anyone, from any country, if the story he was presented with was good and the director and his fellow cast were talented. “Whether from Africa, Europe, anywhere – I’d love to work with any team I thought had an important story to tell, and would tell it well.”

The duo discussed their love for the original From Dusk Till Dawn film, and paid tribute to director Robert Rodriguez for his vision and ability to bring a fresh perspective to a 20 year-old film, on the small screen. “The series is really giving us the chance to re-establish the characters on TV,” said Holtz. “The first season sees a retelling of the origin story, but it also opens up more avenues for other stories to be told, showing the characters in a new light.” Cotrona said he was a big fan of the film and held it close to his heart as a fan. “Anytime you’re a fan of something you feel protective of it, and you don’t want anyone to mess with it. Luckily we’re working with the talented, original director and playing characters written by Quinton Tarantino, which is a dream come true for me,” he said.

Asked about the process of bringing the series to life, Cotrona revealed that a large part of the production value is down to director Robert Rodriguez’ ability to work on a shoestring budget. “Robert made his first film, El Mariachi, for $7 000, which he helped raise by volunteering to take experimental medicines in University studies!” he said. “We don’t have a massive budget for the series, but what we get on the screen belies that. Robert shows that you don’t need a lot of money to make something look compelling and interesting – it’s about the vision and the story.”

It takes 4-5 months of shooting 12-15 hours a day to produce a season of From Dusk Till Dawn, a challenge which the pair relish.  “We also do a lot of our effects without computers – Robert enjoys using real-world action – explosions, fights, car chases and fights,” said Cotrona.

Cotrona also discussed the revival television has experienced over the last few years.  “A couple of years ago, when everything started going digital, people thought TV would be dead,” he said. “Now it seems like the opposite has happened. I’m not an expert, but my opinion is that in order for a film to be financially successful, it needs to be a hit everywhere – not just in the US. “As a result, you can’t tell such specific stories in film – the most successful films these days seem to be the ones with big characters and stories that a global audience understands. If you’re a director with a specific vision or a particular story, you have to look at series. The way people watch series is also different now – and we’re all watching the same shows at the same time, across the planet. It’s like a new version of film – a 10-hour movie – where actors and directors can tell their stories in a longer format.” He said that there was no longer space to be either a ‘TV actor’ or a ‘film actor’: “The best story wins and it’s a level playing field.”

Both Zane and D.J. invited From Dusk Till Dawn fans from the continent to reach out to them on social media. Tweet them on @DJCotrona and @zaneholtz, and on instagram, @djcotrona and @zanerayholtz.
Will they follow back? Well...


Vuzu AMP turns 1 and celebrates with 'Power' and more!

My current favourite channel, Vuzu Amp, threw an anniversary party like no other in Mauritius at the #OnlyTheBest Content Showcase.

First they had Dj Spinall and Dj Neptune playing the freshest and the most memorable jams, then they had Sauti Sol, Diamond and Patoranking performing. It was, 'lit'.

More 'lit' was the fact that DSv’s premier youth brand will be turning up the heat on content across Africa. The channel has recently acquired a number of leading crime, action and comedy series to keep viewers entertained, securing major deals with leading studios like:  HBO, Starz, NBC, Disney and ABC. 
'Power', a crime drama with 50 Cent and Naturi Naughton kicks off October 31st while 'Survivor’s Remorse' is now on. Survivor’s Remorse follows Cam Calloway, a basketball wonder in his early 20s who is suddenly thrust into the limelight after signing a multi-million dollar contract with a professional basketball team in Atlanta. Cam, and an unforgettable group of characters, wrestle with the rewards and pitfalls of newfound stardom, love, and loyalty. 

'How to Get Away With Murder' will finally return in January, and the continuation of NBC's successful serial drama series, ''Heroes', titled, Heroes Reborn', will kick off on the 29th of September.

For more information, please visit www.dstv.com.

Get your aprons out! Food Network programme highlights! Whoop

Like cooking? Always trying something new in the kitchen? Why not check out some of these exciting shows to learn, laugh and cook up a storm!

Food Network delivers a fresh approach to food programming and celebrates everything that is bold, fun and entertaining about the genre. It is not your typical ‘how to’ cooking channel. Food Network continues to be one of the fastest growing lifestyle and entertainment brands, packed with award-winning cooking, celebrity chefs and competition shows.

DStv Premium and Compact Plus subscribers can access the Food Network offering on DStv Channel 175. The websitewww.foodnetwork.co.za is the 24/7 companion to the TV Channel where you can find daily TV listings, view chef biographies, recipes and more. From September to December 2015, here’s what’s on the channel lineup:

Dinner at Tiffani’s

Premieres: Friday 11th September at 20:00

Tiffani Thiessen invites her celebrity friends over for good company, great stories and delicious food. With guests like Jason Priestley, Seth Green, her White Collar co-stars and more, it's a wonderful blend of dinner, drinks and fun. Come for the party, stay for the food.

The Kitchen s3

Premieres: Tuesday 15th September at 09:00

Spend a fun and food-filled morning in The Kitchen with hosts Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Jeff Mauro, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. These five talented food experts will bring fun conversation and delicious recipes into your kitchen every week. From simple supper ideas to the latest food trends, to the "Cookbook Club," we'll cover all things fun in food. Pull up a stool at the counter and join us in The Kitchen. Everybody knows every great party ends up in The Kitchen

Man Finds Food

Premieres: Tuesday 20th October at 21:00

 Adam Richman travels across America to find the hidden gems of the fast food scene. His search takes him to Boston, where an elusive lobster eatery operates out of a residential house garage. Los Angeles sees Adam hit a bar named The Escondite – a variation of a Spanish word meaning ‘hidden’ – to find an off-menu breakfast sandwich called Godzilla Destroys Skidrokio. Adam heads straight to the kitchen to learn the secret of the amazing dish, which includes a grilled six-ounce New York strip steak, grilled onions, two eggs over easy, a fried hash brown patty, a warm layer of vegetarian breakfast gravy, and even more! In Hawaii, Adam finds a classic dish so outrĂ© that it was once illegal, and he stops off at a New York steakhouse where the special inside-out veal chop Valdostana is only served five times a night.

Siba’s Table s2

Premieres: Friday 16th October at 20:00

 Siba Mtongana shares the rich fusion culture of modern South African food. She gives the traditional recipes she grew up with a totally modern twist, while an injecting them with international flavours

Grandma’s Secret Cookbook s3

Premieres: Tuesday 1st December at 16:30

Blow the dust off your old cookbooks and join Mo Rocca in the kitchen, as he dons his apron alongside some golden oldies, who reminisce and reveal some treasured recipes from generations gone by

Holidays are becoming Happee thanks to Turner and DSTV!

Pop Up channels are becoming quite a thing on DSTV and now, MultiChoice Africa and Turner Broadcasting will make African television history with a first African pop-up children’s channel! The channel called ‘Hoolee’ will  be up from December 1st 2015 to January 31st 2016 on DStv Premium.

“Imagine laughing, sharing surprising adventures and celebrating the summer holidays with your children every day. This is what the pop-up channel has in store for the whole family” says MultiChoice Africa CEO, Tim Jacobs.

(I can imagine, after Turner Time at the #OnlyTheBest content showcase which basically turned us into kids again).

Of course, Turner already has two children's channels on DSTV- Boomerang and Cartoon Network, but now subscribers will enjoy Hoolee with it's ground breaking eight week long programming, built around a selection of the very best shows from Turner and Warner Brothers productions, as well as premieres of the latest and the best.

With a large volume of 100 hours programs, the new channel will offer carefully chosen movies and animated shows. So that, DSTV viewers will enjoy all the festivities of the holidays with bright, refreshing, surprising and joyful content.

For more information, please visit www.dstv.com.

#OAP101 How to Schedule and Create your Content

Hello lovelies! I have this week's edition of 'OAP 101 Podcast' ready and this week, have i got tips for you! Get tips on 'Scheduling and Creating Content' for your radio, television and other shows. I give you practical tips, lace it with examples and a lot of giggling. Lol. Please check it out and then let me know if you have questions or comments.


#TosynTravels Day 3 of Mauritius... O look at them toned legs!

By Day 3 of being at the Outrigger Resort for the Multichoice Africa content showcase, I had noticed something odd- I had muscles.

Okay let me clarify. Of course I have muscles, we all do. But I could actually feel them. Specifically my legs. And that's because we were doing a lot of walking, running, clapping, standing and more, on a beach.

Not going to complain though, toned abs, arms and legs are every girl's dream.

Of all the roundtables so far, the Zee World was one that had me smiling a bit sheepishly. I mean, for someone who overdosed on 'Ghazab', 'Sholay, 'Maad' and more, sitting in a room with a panel that could bring that and more to my room (via the tv silly) made me happy. I almost burst into song.
In attendance were the CEO of Zee Africa and Indian Ocean Islands (Harish Gyal), the Business Head CAT2 Zee Africa and Indian Ocean Islands (Ratna Siriah) and Linda Oliphant, the Marketing Manager, Zee World Africa.

Do you know the cooking shows on Zee World have to be customised, especially in terms of the ingredients? Not everything available in India is available here! The movies and television shows are also customised with some of the singing cut out (noooooooy, and titles changed.
Also, the old movies will air soon starting with 'Sholay'. Heyyyyyyyyy.I spent my day being a kid again. Blame Turner!

Basically Turner had a Fun Fair Factory and Sundowners planned for us. First we got in teams, then in smaller groups, and we played games. I learnt two things- wearing a cap can be an advantage when playing games, and I can actually throw better than I give myself credit for.
The drinks were on the house and delish, the food and desserts tasted so good, and o, I made a lot of new, mute friends.
Check out some pictures from my day and get ready for the Day 4 gist. It involved an Avenger... Or five.


#ShopTosyn A Week of Hats for #OnlyTheBest

I love hats. They protect you from the sun, hide a multitude of dodgy eyebrows and give your outfits a lot of pop!
So last week, inspired by my favourite travel style look (jeans, top, jacket and hat), I decided to have a week of hats.

I was going to be in Mauritius all week long for the Multichoice Africa #OnlyTheBest Content Showcase and since I knew it would be sunny and I'd have to leave the room early most days, head gear was a really good idea.
Now you should know that there are different kinds of hats. From Fedora to Baseball (Face) Caps, Straw hats and Boater.

The hat you choose should depend on the look you are going for. For example, if the dress code (like ours said on Friday) is 'sporty', then face caps are your friend.


* Know which hat suits what look. On sporty day, i first wore my blue bowler-style hat but it made it dressy and clashed!

* Do not neglect your hair. Sometimes we slap the hat on and don't style our hair then you have to take the hat off for some reason and you look weird. Pack, pin, do something!

* Simplify. Hats can be dramatic so if you go heavy on your accessories and make up, it will have an adverse effect. Pair with simple accessories and lipstick and one dramatic item!

See how I paired each look up.

Feel free to switch it up and rock head wraps too

#SkincareSaturday Three things to do for your skin this weekend!

Ideally, we should pamper ourselves every day.  Unfortunately, with the hustle and bustle that is Lagos, we usually end up with at best, ...