I need you to know it’s OK not to be OK. It’s ok to have a bad day, it’s ok to feel down, it’s ok to be heart broken, it’s ok to lose faith, it’s ok to want to give up.
Last night thanks to my mother ( who loves the show) I watched the first live show of this years Ghana’s Most Beautiful.
Every now and then I switch up my style!
Ok I’m lying, when it comes to my hair I think I’m the least adventurous.
But this year I’m determined to try other protective styles.
A spray bottle is the best, cheapest and most essential natural hair purchase I’ve ever made.
I’m back again, and you know me, I’m always digging.
If you love tea as much as I do this new discovery will get you as excited as I was.
It’s probably the most dissected, overly analysed and probably ha, let’s just say the theories, experts etc are endless.
I was commissioned to write this piece for a Pan African magazine after the elections.
And although it’s been several months after the results were declared I’m sure some of the points are still valid.
Below is what I wrote;
Dear Dela Coffie , remember me?
Ah what a difference 3 years makes huh?
Use lime juice to lighten dark spots on the skin.
Mix two egg yolks with two tablespoons of olive oil and add about a cup of water to dilute the mixture.