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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Stuff I'm loving this week

Hello people,
I hope you guys started your day on a good note. I actually woke up very happy until my sister and my crazy bestie decided to spoil it for me. Long story- I don't wanna bore you guys with deets. Anywhoo, I'm working on getting right back on track.

So back to the topic, I fall in love with so many things with each passing day. It could be a new song, a new hair product I'm trying out, or a new book or whatever. I'm pretty sure its not only me. There's a lot of stuff that inspire people every day. I think that's the beauty of life. Lemme stop rambling and dive straight in.


After the Night by Linda Howard
This is actually an old favorite I rediscovered. This beautifully crafted romantic suspense is one of the best I've read. This is vintage Linda- steamy, raunchy and features one of my dream destinations- New Orleans. With a lot of Bayou action and hot Cajuns, this makes for a good read on a cold night *wink*. I purchased this on amazon with my naira master card and I have it on kindle. I've forgotten how much I bought it though its not more than $7

Vitamin E oil
Ahhhh! Miracle in a bottle. A few weeks ago, I was searching seriously for something natural I could use to clear up old acne scars. I got so annoyed with them scars and I needed them gone for good. That was when I found vitamin E oil. After reading so many positive reviews online, I rushed to Casa Bella in Ikeja mall and got a bottle. Its been about a month now and I'm seeing a huge difference. I wasn't expecting any quick fixes so I plan on restocking when I use up the tiny bottle. I think I got 2 fluid ounces for about N1,350 so that's pretty expensive. But a little goes a long way because I use very little of it at a time.

Tresemme Gentle Hydrating Conditioner
(all pictures from google)
This is hands down the best conditioner I've used in my life. Pure awesomeness in a bottle. This stuff instantly softens my hair, its so unbelievable. I don't comb my hair unless I have some conditioner in it, so its really been difficult finding a conditioner that makes it easy for me to put a comb through my very thick hair. I first used it when my sister got her first bottle, and I was so impressed, I rushed to go buy my own. I usually mix it with coconut oil and olive oil for a deep treatment right before a co-wash and I'm loving it!!!!! :)

I'll be stopping here for now. I gotta zap before people start wondering why I'm admiring a bottle of conditioner when I'm supposed to be working. I would really love to know what you are loving recently. Until next time, stay blessed.

Yolanda.

14 comments:

KC Ezeagwu said...

U....,ndonu...*nwobere nwanne gi ni?*eyebrows*....U see,I'm a genius,I always recommend things or make pple try out things and dey love it...hehe,Dabs and the hair trigger,now u and TresEmme..monuments shud be erected in my honour\ (‘-’\) (/’-')/ \(‘-’\) (/’-')/

Yolanda Ezeagwu said...

still not talking to you

Anonymous said...

Vitamin C serum works wonders for my skin... Love it!

Yolanda Ezeagwu said...

Wow! I've never heard about Vitamin C serum *now doing more research*
Thanks for reading :)

Anonymous said...

Yea try it. You'll love it.

Anonymous said...

Does the Vitamin C serum clear acne too? Yol baby, nice writeup...

Anonymous said...

Yea it does...acne scars, sunburn, wrinkles and it leaves your skin glowing.

Yolanda Ezeagwu said...

thanks luv :)

jaynie said...

Thanks for the vit C serum tip, i'll try it out! Nice work Yol!

Yolanda Ezeagwu said...

Thanks Jaynie. Mwah!!

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Yolanda Ezeagwu said...

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sherry said...

Fun read...me likey! U are gud @ dis

Yolanda Ezeagwu said...

lol thanks sweetheart

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