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Unleash your beauty with these trendy Damask styles (photos) 

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Deciding on the best cloth, bags, shoes, and headgear to put on for an event or outing may seem like a difficult task for every lady.

Most times, these challenges occur when you are trying to figure out the exact design or style to rock.

In my opinion, you should get a fashion designer who will accompany you to the market where she or she will help you purchase good fabrics that will suit you. Their help is essential because they have the experience which you do not have.

There’s no need to bother yourself at all because looking good and fabulous depends on creating dresses that will suit your personality perfectly. Think about how you want people to address you and dress accordingly. Make sure any clothing you pick matches your taste.

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As stated earlier, here are beautiful damask outfits you can sew and add to your collection;

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Meet Susan Laraba Pwajok, ‘Blessing’ of “The Johnsons” Fashion World (photos)

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Blessing, a Nollywood actress as she is popularly called but her real name is Susan Laraba Pwajok, she features in the popular television drama series on MNET, ‘The Johnsons’ as the baby of the house which started airing in 2012.

She started her be acting career at very tender age. She is also a model and Instagram influencer.

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The gorgeous young actress, is among the Nigerian renowned personalities who love flaunting good outfits, and she has inspired a lot of people’s fashion with the stylish outfits she always put on.

Most of her post on Instagram and the outfits she wears, proves her to be a fashionista who loves wearing materialistic and stylish wears. A lot of Nigerian renowned personalities don’t joke with their appearance, as they tend to do everything possible to always appear in the best outfits, which Actress Susan is not left out of that picture.

Susan has shown that aside been an actress, she is also a fashionista with lots of creativity. So below are some amazing pictures of Actress Susan Pwajko, slaying in several stylish and stunning outfits.

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Ladies, 6 places in the body to apply perfume 

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Good fragrance is the key to having a positive atmosphere around and keeping your mood enlightened.

Most people may not realize the importance of investing in a good perfume or may regard it as a waste of money, yet they have no idea what a good fragrance does. It boosts one’s confidence and improves one’s mood by bringing back happy memories. It also makes us appear more attractive. It gives a person a distinct personality and distinguishes them from the crowd.

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Perfumes can make you appear more manly, feminine, sophisticated, or appealing depending on how they smell.

They have therapeutic benefits and help us in releasing stress hormones out of the body and helps in relaxing our mind and body acting as an aphrodisiac.

Many perfumes can work as aromatherapy. Odors of winter spices, citrus, flowers and others can relax you and lower your level of stress. It comes as no surprise that a good fragrance can ward off body odor and sometimes also enhance your natural body odors.

Anything used in moderation is beneficial and so to be the best, use the best fragrance that suits your personality.

Its nothing new that most times, we are focused on our wrists, ears and neck while applying perfume. Although you may not have been doing it wrong, but you might have been missing some key spots. So today we will help guide you on how to use your perfume effectively.

 

1.Your hair

One of the best place to spritz perfume is your hair. The hair strands holds fragrance well and leave a trail of scent as you move from place to place.

 

2. Inside your elbow

We don’t need to be told that these hidden spots emit heat, which helps fragrance develop faster. Most people focus only on their clothes, however, the inside of the elbows is also a hot spot to roll on perfume.

 

3. Behind your ears

Like your wrists, the areas behind your ears are considered “pulse points,” where the veins are closest to the skin, thus generating more heat and amplifying your scent. Dabbing your fragrance on these points will give you more immediate results.

 

4. Inside your belly button

Your navel is useful for more than just belly piercings. Dab a few drops of perfume on the spot mostly when you are wearing a crop top.

 

5. Behind your knee

The soft area behind your knees is another one of those pulse points perfect for perfume. Throughout the day the scent will kick up as you cross your legs and move around.

 

6. On your clothes

Applying your scent on your body before putting on your clothes is great so that the fragrance can absorb into your skin. The typical places to spritz scent all fall under this category: the neck, wrists, cleavage. However, spritzing your clothes with fragrance can help achieve a longer lasting scent, too.

 

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