Sunday, August 25, 2013

Natural hair styles

As a naturalista i am always on the lookout for fantastic hair do's,
Check out more hairstyles HERE

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Tips on how to become a Top model 2

This post is part of a series written by a guest blogger, do visit their blog andise globals

Can I Be a Model?

New models often ask themselves whether they have what it takes to become a model .You are likely to hear that to be a model you need to be beautiful, tall and slender with perfect proportions. Now this is
certainly true for high fashion models, where designers want one type of model that they feel shows off their designs in the best way.

However, if you do not fit this criteria, don’t despair as there are many other areas that you can work in successfully and lucratively as a model. The modeling industry needs all different shapes and sizes. It ranges from the models who are required for the runways of Paris and Milan to those being seen in the background of TV commercials. You need to find the right fit for you and your place in the industry. To help you with this we have listed the different types of modeling work that’s available and the criteria for each, and as with most things in life there are always exceptions.

  • High Fashion
When you see the incredibly tall and lean figures that grace the runways and editorials for the leading fashion houses and designers, these are the High Fashion models. They are generally required to be between
172cm to 180cm (5”8 to 5”11),
4-6 US (6-8 UK)

34 bust size.
Age 14 to 25.
Ages 16 to 40's
180cm to 188cm (5”11 to 6”2),
chest size of 94cm to 106cm (37” to 42”) and 76cm to 81cm
(30” to 32”) waist

Men tend to have longer careers if they look after themselves.

  • Editorial Print
This is modeling for magazine editorials and covers such as Vogue, Elle etc. The standard requirements for these models are similar to those in High Fashion and you must be very photogenic Quite often the same models will work in both Editorial Print and High Fashion. These editorials provide great exposure for
models even though the fees earned are sometimes relatively low. This is normal and it can take a few years to gain the experience needed to get the bigger paying jobs.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Happy birthday daddy

Happy birthday papa,
Wishing you many more prosperous years.

In Jerusalem on pilgrimage

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Peggyz Place store

Do you want fabulous stuff at affordable prices?


If you live in Nigeria, you can visit our brick and mortar store or visit us online to buy your very affordable women's dresses, tops, jeans, leggings, skirts, trousers, jewelery and accessories.
Working hours are between 10 to 6pm, Mondays to Fridays.

Our complimentary services include free styling as well as home or office deliveries.

Visit us today at
Peggyz Place
Pinky blue mall,
Shop 4, 21b Idowu martins street,
Victoria Island,
adjacent megaplaza, beside lepicerie, on top of kodak and mothercare

Do tell a friend to tell a friend, thanks!

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Tips on how to become a Top model

This post is part of a 3 part series by a guest blogger , do check out their blog  andise globals

As a newcomer into the modeling world or an established model you need advice from time to time .
This is a 3 part series that would ensure you are at the top of your game in no time.

What are the career expectations of a model?

Becoming a model is the dream of every young girl or boy who craves fashion,designer clothes, glamor, being center stage and traveling the world.If you are determined to pursue a professional modelling career, and you feel that you have what it takes, there are a few key things to keep in mind when you decide to take that crucial step onto the catwalk

  • Time and Dedication
Building your modeling career and portfolio takes time, effort and dedication. A model must be strong-
minded and resilient to navigate the chaotic waters of the fashion industry.

  • Confidence and a strong-will
This the best assets of self defense in this high-paced, ever evolving and fiercely competitive modeling world.
  • Professional attitude
If you want a successful modeling career, being professional is one of the most important things when working on a photo shoot. However, a fashion shoot consists more than just of a series of poses. You
have to be prepared to withstand long hours with fashion designers or in a photo studio, while keeping a positive and helpful attitude. Nobody wants to work with a model who makes the job more difficult with negativity or ego.

Where In The World Am I?

While being a model and having a modeling career has its rewards, one of the pitfalls of the industry is its nomadic quality; a model must be willing to move cities at a drop of a hat. This often results in the feeling of loneliness and the feeling of being out of touch with ones family. Enjoy The Ride. If you want to succeed in the modelling business you have to put your heart and mind into it. However, keep in mind that the professional cycle of a model is extremely short lived. So enjoy this exclusive and extraordinary race by living
it passionately, but don’t forget to take pleasure on what comes next after you’ve crossed the finish line.

Monday, August 5, 2013

The best expensive beauty products

If you could afford it, would you indulge yourself in these pricy products?

  Azature Black Diamond Nail Polish: $250,000

 Each bottle has a single black diamond in it, interesting.....

 Orogold 24K Nano Night Recovery - $3,000

 It has a high amount of nano gold that absorbs more efficiently into the skin due to its smaller size ,making your skin look younger and tighter.

Cleu du peau 'La Crème'- $13,000

It has extravagant lifting and tightening effects


Sunday, August 4, 2013

8 Natural Anti-Aging Secrets From Asia


1. We drink tons of green tea. Green tea is a powerhouse when it comes to health benefits. Packed with antioxidants and metabolism-boosting properties amongst many other health benefits – it is a must for every diet.

2. Soy is a huge part of our diets. Plant based proteins are all the rage at the moment, but we have been eating soy-based for millenniums. Miso, tofu, edamame and soy sauce… all are delicious and healthy alternatives to spice up your dinner table.

3. We get moving. In metropolitan and crowded cities like Hong Kong, the super efficient public transportation often beats driving your own car. This means a lot more walking on a daily basis, which is definitely a healthy habit to keep that waistline slim!

4. The sun is not our friend. I’ll admit, some of us are pretty extreme about staying out of the sun: we carry umbrellas and wear hats with UV face shield protection on sunny days. Though this may be a bit more conscious than necessary for some, the lesson learned is that we are absolutely religious about skincare and sunscreen. The sun in all its beauty is unfortunately the culprit to aging and skin cancer if measures are not taken, so slather on that SPF!

5. Dessert is usually just fresh fruit. Contrary to our western counterparts, dessert for us is usually fresh fruits. If we want to get fancy, most Asian desserts are fruit, nut or tofu based. This radically reduces your caloric consumption, though a piece of cake is divine in moderation!

6.  We love ginger. In stir-fry, in soups, in tea – we love our ginger. It stimulates circulation, improves the immune system and is even an aphrodisiac.

7. Our dairy intake is very minimal. Dairy is quite minimal for the standard Asian diet. There are plenty of reasons why we should ditch dairy, one most obvious is that milk was made to turn a 100-pound baby calf to a full-blown 1,000-pound adult cow. Now I don’t know about you, but that’s very eye-opening for me!

8. Chinese medicine teaches us to heal from within. While typical western medicine usually provides an immediate cure with pharmaceutical drugs, Chinese medicine has ingrained in us that health needs to be improved from the roots. Instead of providing drugs that may instantly conceal the problem and take away the symptoms, we often opt for long-term internal healing soups and medicine. This mindset is a huge factor in our health, as we listen and focus on our bodies more often!

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Best of Both Worlds networking event by Ariyike Akinbobla

The Best of Both Worlds networking event
Date ;Wednesday, 7th of August @ Troy Lounge (next to Oriental hotel) Victoria Island, Lagos
Time ; from 6.30pm - 10.00pm. (No African time).
It's also Yemmy Brown's birthday party at BOBW so it's gonna be a night of fun!!!                                       

Fashion exhibition by:                                   
*Taibat Bello of Classietabbie's creations             
*Omolegho Ehimaka of Five Fingers couture

*SLK(Laff therapy)

Music by: 
*Tony Torch
*Seun Sticks
*ENT Family
*Yung Page
*Kryptic Kidz
*Rasheed CMC
*And we also have a beautiful female artist coming to perform all the way from Cameroon, her name is MUSEBA
+ A Surprise appearance/performance from one of Africa's biggest stars :x

*Open mic

DJ Big N will be jamming for the night. 

Guest Judges to speak after the performances:
*On air TV Personality, S'Dot of Soundcity/Spice TV
*On air TV/Radio Personality, the beautiful Shine of Cool 96.9 F.m
*Segun Ake, CEO of Canbit Music

Mr Selecta Agbaje, the CEO of Posh 9ja Magazine will be there to talk about his Posh 9ja Youth initiative.

Dress code: On point! (The best dressed female will go home with lots of beautiful pressies)

Hosted by: Ariyike Akinbobola and MC Prince of Naija Info

Supported by:
Bellanaija, Insignia Media, Ontv, Channels Tv, Nigezie, Ebony Life Tv, Good Morning Africa on Afmag, Islanders Magazine,, Island News, Posh 9ja magazine, 1705 Productions, BITL Networks, Film connect, Gallant studios,, City People magazine, Whatzhotmag. 

For Sponsorship details, pls call my manager Mr Adebayo on 08187447878
or send an email to
You can also follow us on twitter @Bobw_worlds or me @LadyAriyike