Monday, April 27, 2015

Review: Ohuhu/HisGadget Makeup Organizer

Hello lovers. 
It's a new post on the blog today and I will be sharing something that I'm abso-freaking-lutely IN LOVE with. 

Once in a while a blogger gets the opportunity to review certain products, and they wonder: I Hope I Like this
Well, let's just say, Like is an understatement. I Love this makeup organizer by Ohuhu

Let's start with packaging and delivery. 

The package came in a bout two days after I accepted to review it. 
The store on amazon is also Prime Eligible, so you Amazon prime users can absolutely also get fast shipping. 
It was nicely packaged and there was no damage done to the box or the product. 

When I opened the box, I was met with this beauty wrapped up in some plastic bag that I quickly took off. 

You guys know I have tons and tons of makeup (My Wallet cries) but my heart is happy. Lol... 
As I was saying, I have lots of makeup and I do already own some makeup organizers/storage. But this one particularly makes me happy because of the size and how easily it can fit in my restroom on top of the sink! 
What you see here are two separate easily detachable organizers, but they come in one pack, and they both fit perfectly on top of each other without additional assembling. 

What I did was to put some of my most use makeup goodies and brushes in this organizer for easy access in my restroom where I do my makeup almost 90% of the time.
The top part is a fave. Easy accessibility!

I also put in some new items I'm yet to use so that I'll remember to try them out. (So maaaany Untrieds).... 
The drawers open out without hassle, and you can bring each entire drawer out, or just barely out. And no, it doesn't just plop off. It's really sturdy.

This organizer is sturdy and well built. It houses each of the items so perfectly and isn't wobbly or cheap-looking.

I really love the fact that it's clear and I can see through the inside.

Overall, this makeup organizer gets an A+ from me if you're looking for something to house your makeup!

If you're a makeup hoarder like *coughs* ME, you might be looking at this like it's so tiny, but ladies, believe me when I say having this in my restroom with some of my favorite makeup items in it has been a blessing!
If you are just starting out your makeup collection, this will certainly something you need to house those new goodies you're collecting...
For teenage girls who have lipsticks falling over from their dressers unto the carpets in their room, this will be perfect as well.

Something else I just discovered as I write this, is to use the pull out drawers to store my earrings, rings, and tiny jewelry items. If I ever do that, I will for sure make another blog post to show y'all!

If you're interested in this or want to check out other items from Ohuhu Store, CLICK HERE now to check them out on Amazon!

That's it for now sugars...
Comments, requests, or just wanna say hi?
Write in the comment box below. I read them all.

Till later, God Bless.

Organizer sent for review

Monday, April 20, 2015

Nigerian Wedding Flow: Peach and Mint OOTD

Hello everyone, 

Hope y'all are doing great today! 
Lately I've been all about the outfit posts and I hope you all are fine with that (?)

Over the past weekend, it was my friend's wedding and as one of the bride's friends, I got to wear an aso-ebi (simple defined: a fabric chosen by the bride for her friends/family to sew different styles with so that they stand out at the wedding). 

My tailor (seamstress) was amazing and nailed the design of my outfit to a T! It took her about a week to make this dress and the final result blew my mind. 
I'd like to give major credit to my friend - the bride - for choosing such an amazing fabric and color! The color of the gele (headtie) she chose also complemented the peach fabric sooooooo well! 

Ohhh sweet sweet Mint and Peach! Couldn't get any more perfect for a spring wedding.
(I always knew mint and peach were a perfect match... CLICK HERE for an ootd I once blogged about with both colors). 

The wedding was so lovely and I would like to use this minute to once again, wish my friend and her new husband a very happy married life! 

Now, on to the post... Pictures were taken in abundance, but I'll try to behave myself and share just a few. Lol.. Those of you on my snapchat and instagram are probably already fed up.. but HEY, these aren't cell phone pictures, so enjoy these quality pictures I'm sharing!!! 

When you have Gele on your head, and you somehow managed to slay your makeup.. The pout pose comes automatically. Lol

Can I just mention at this point that I tied my gele and did my makeup by myself? *Toot Toot* (Yes that's the sound of me tooting my own

Sitting high and mighty like the Queen I am! Yaaaaasss!
(Ok, I really should get back to my modest and humble self). 

My handsome photographer.. a.k.a the Boyfrann blessed y'all with some blurry pictures.. Lol..
(But I'm posting them anyway, because I love my poses, and you get the point)..

Serving face... I think that's what the kids call it these days... ha-ha-ha-ha

And here's an upclose look at the fabric and style of my outfit.

On my nails I had Zoya Stasi layered over Zoya Tilda. 
For Shoes: I wore flat nude colored sandals since no one could see them and I didn't want high heels. As I wanted to be comfortable.

My Seamstress phone number - Please call for business only: 817-642-5355

For Makeup and Gele lessons: Pray for me to get a great video recording camera and TIME to finally start putting tutorials on youtube. Lol... I Know I'm not the best and I'm still learning myself, but enough people have asked me to put videos on youtube, and I'm finally seriously considering it.

Anyhoo darlings,
That's it for today... Comments, questions, Random remarks? Leave it in the comment box below.

Till Later, God bless.