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Julie Jumbo

The natural splendor of the tale is being enriched by a new but an easily affordable touch of sensuality full lips.
Models on the worlds stages are beginning to promote full lips and are gently showing aside unglamorous thin lips.
In the prevailing circumstance, if you were born with lips that cannot stir the passion in people to want to steal a second look at you, then no matter what you do or what people tell you, you are likely to be unhappy with it.
The only way out is to say good riddance to that unhappy feeling. You make this possible by availing yourself of the numerous way of acquiring a pair of sensuous lips. Thanks to the latest collection of rich designer lipsticks and the technicality in application, this is now easy.
Naomi Campbell knows what we are talking about. She will tell you that any of Elizabeth Taylor’s and Channel’s special lipsticks applied without lipliner would not only give you a rich looking pair of lips but would change your whole facial look.
Band Craze
In the fashion scene, one may have thought that hair hand, otherwise called Alice bands, had had their hay days in the mid eighties very wrong, the Alice band has re-emerged with vigous.
It is enjoying its renewed friendship with fashionable women all over the world. It cuts across age and occasion. This means that both the young and the old enjoy wearing hair band. They show it off at any social gathering.
The availability of this items in all shapes and sizes the very in and thin, the very broad and broad, etc. Yes, it the kind of popularity it is enjoying presently.
Alice band sits coquettishly on either blow-out hair, the Indian style (casendes without curis), mussed-up hair or an already styled hair.
Ride On: Brown Lipstick
It can now be practically confirmed that those years when women combed the market anrd beauty centres searching for near red lipsticks are long gone.
So far in this decade. It seems to be the era as it concerns lipstick where the sheer lip toned one pinkish-brown shaded lips are starting the obvious.
Everybody now wants to cut the natural looks which is only possible with the browner sheer lip tones. The idea is to look very natural and not artificial which is the mark of red and other obvious colours in lipsticks.
There is need to sound warning here that, it may not be possible for two people to get the desired natural look with the sheer of brown lipstick. No two people are the same they say. Knowing this, you have to face the hard truth that what makes your friend look angelic may make you look Satanic. This means therefore, that, if you applied the same lip-tone as your girlfriend and she turns out stunning and natural looking lip shades while you turn out an apparition don’t envy her.
The embarrassing difference is neither her fault nor yours. It is just a case of individual differences in both the natural lip bigment and the effect of your complexion.
Although complexion plays a major role in determining who the sheer and the brown lipstick fit, it could be ignored. This is necessary because you cannot change your colouring especially if you are light complexion. If you are one of such people who cannot get the desired look effortlessly with the brown lip tones then with a little more effort you will be satisfied with what you would see. All you need do, is to, neutralize your lips by the application of facial foundation that is after you have wet your lips with lip cote than put on any of the sheer or the brower lipsticks. The result would be line that of your girlfriend stunning and natural.

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Women Educators Seek Solution To Insecurity In Rivers

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Women under the auspices of Women Educators Association of Nigeria (WEAN), in collaboration with the #SaveOurLives Campaign, have embarked on seeking solutions to the ravaging insecurity in Nigeria.
At their recent meeting in Port Harcourt, the women met with various victims of all forms of attacks that have constituted different shades of insecurity in the state.
During the meeting, which was hosted by the leadership of Women Education Centre in Port Harcourt, victims of violent attacks narrated their experiences, and also proffered solutions to vices that have resulted in insecurity in different parts of the state.
Most of the victims, who narrated their ordeal, were women who were involved in sea piracy and robbery attacks at different parts of the state’s waterways and roads, as well as rape, some of which led to death.
Solutions proffered include: a call on government at all levels to empower women, who are more vulnerable; create jobs for the youth, who are key players in the vices; and for parents to be closer to their children in order to be in better position to check them from indulging in such vices.
They also called on government to check trending situations of people getting suddenly rich with no explanation as to how they got the wealth.
Making her contribution, the Principal of Women Education Centre, Port Harcourt, Pastor Ateli Nwachukwu, called on the government to de-emphasize possession of certificate, while encouraging entrepreneurship, as well as “saying no to the rich getting richer, and the poor getting poorer” syndrome.
Nwachukwu, who was the moderator of the meeting, stated that “any society where there’s marginalisation, where there’s dichotomy between the rich and the poor, if the margin is large, these vices are bound to occur, because a hungry man is an angry man”.
Speaking in a post-meeting interview, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of WEAN, Sylvia Briggs, said the meeting is intended to create an enabling environment for victims of violence to share their experiences to create relevant awareness for the authorities.
According to Briggs, who coordinated the meeting on behalf of #SaveOurLives Campaign, “this forum is intended to create space for participants to share their experiences with regard to different shades of insecurity that they have encountered”.
Such experiences, she explained, “will be looked into, together with solutions proffered, and be presented to government”.

By: Soibi Max-Alalibo

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Media Women Tasked On Journalism Of Responsibility

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Members of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ, Rivers State Chapter, have been charged to practise “ journalism of responsibility “. The chairperson of the association, Mrs Susan Serekara Nwikhana, gave the charge two days ago in a one day capacity building workshop organized for members in collaboration with West African Network for Peace Building (WANEP) in Port Harcourt.
Mrs Nwikhana noted that journalism of responsibility which according to her, can only be achieved by presenting the facts to the audience to hold their opinion on the presented facts, remains a sure way to gaining the public’s credibility as well as enhancing the media’s reputation to the public.
She maintained that such could go a long way to debunk the age long myth that complete objectivity is not obtainable in journalism practice, as journalists are said to lack the will to be entirely separated from their personal view points despite their averred claims to objectivity.
Commenting on the topic of the event, ‘ the role of the media in the implementation of the Rivers State action plan on 1325, and, identifying fake news, facts and the journalist’, Mrs Nwikhana noted that the topic could not have come at a better time than now, considering the importance of information dissemination to peace building or escalation of conflicts in the society.
Corroborating the stand of the media women’s boss on factual presentation of information, a guest speaker in the workshop, the south-south zonal director of Business Day Newspaper, Mr Ignatius Chukwu, the principal responsibility of every journalist is to report the fact notwithstanding the resultant effect.

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Oba Extols The virtues Of Women

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The new Oba of Ogba Land, His Eminence, Barrister Nwachukwu Nnam Obi (111), has expressed great value and respect for the women folk.
This happened last week as a delegation of members of the Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ, Rivers State chapter, visited the palace of the late Oba, His Eminence, Sir (Dr) Chukwumela Nnam Obi (11) OON, JP, FNATT, Oba (Eze Ogba) of Ogba Land on a condolence visit to his family.
The royal father who spoke lovely of his mother, sisters and wife, recognized and acknowledged in no mean measure, the value of women to the development of the society.
He confessed a high indebtedness to the effort of women around his life for successes he ever achieved in life.
His words; “ whatever I have become today, women contributed so much to it hence I hold them so close to my heart”, were clear demonstration of the extent to which he appreciates the immeasurable role of women in societal development.
Relating his resolve to keep to the later, the legacies, wishes and aspirations of his late father, he said “ my father had longed to have a woman serve in the capacity of the vice president of Nigeria. It had also been his dream to have some obnoxious traditional rules within our domain amended in favour of women, especially as it partains to sharing of family inheritance “
He thus promised that his kingdom would continue to ensure that women are put in their right place, while issues that bothers on their well being would always be given a priority consideration.
In her response, the Chairman of NAWOJ, Mrs Susan Serekara-Nwikhana, appreciated the gesture, especially his resolve to carry on the existing relationship between his late father and the body of women journalists in the state.

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