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Monday, March 30, 2020

Best selling handcrafted Siberian mink eyelashes

Photo of Woman Wearing White and Black Floral Headscarf Inside CarLashes basically take the whole makeup game to another level. Lashes are beauty accessories and are great look changers. Wearing the best type of lashes in 2020 is a good way to complete your look. There are different types of lashes such as the mink and synthetic lashes. To get the best quality and value for lashes you need to go for long-lasting products with good adhering edges. There are three top best sellers eyelashes suppliers that have the best beauty lashes.




Airlash offers the best eyelash extension with high-quality advanced materials for affordable prices which includes both synthetic and mink lashes. These are lashes that are very attractive, last long and gives you a natural look depending on what you go for. There are best sellers lashes which include lash styles like the pyramid mink eyelash NL3, Potala lace mink eyelash NL2 and the perfect fit synthetic lashes S40.
Airlash mink lashes are 100% handmade giving you the comfort and flexibility you need. Comfort is everything, wearing lashes that you have to adjust regularly is poorly made and with no measurement to sit stable and that isn't a great product. Your lashes should feel natural easy to wear and remove. 

There are so many products to add to cart from Airlash but here are my top picks. I like eyelashes that give you that fuller, glamorous yet natural look.

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Monday, March 23, 2020

Nigeria might suffer a heavy outbreak of Covid-19 if social distancing is not taken seriously.

There are confirmed cases of coronavirus infection currently in Nigeria. The Covid-19 outbreak is spreading rapidly. Countries have taken strict measures by implementing social distancing, closing down public places and informing their citizens about the importance of self-isolation. Nigeria is yet to even start any strong background of social distancing. Markets and public places are still very much functional in Nigeria.


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Saturday, March 14, 2020

AMVCA 2020 best dressed Female Celebrities :Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards

1. Nana Akua Addo
Styling @x.o.d.u.z
Photography @ovia_reflex


2. Mercy Eke
Wearing @donamatoshiofficial
styled by the force @swankyjerry
Hairstyling @ceezysstyling
Photographer @trans4mazfotography

3. Mercy Aigbe
Face beat: @beautifixx
Hair styled by @ayo_luxeryhairstyle
Styled by @styledbyseun
Photography @hbpixels




4. Steph Isuma

Makeup : @st.reginald
Hair styled by : @highdtosin
Photography: @promziphotography


5. Diana Yashim
Hair by @stylenesthairr
Make up @karenonyou 📷: @sopephotography
Accessories @kenom__signatures
Cosmetics @kuddycosmetics
Glow @mims_ali


6. Wofaifada
Makeup @bibyonce


7. Funkejenifaakindele
Photographer: @jideofstola 
Hair: @hairbyehis
Stylist: @medlinboss

8. Lilian Afegbai
Mua: @marcxpro
Hair styled: @ivys_place_
Shot: @ore007

9. Toke Makinwa
Hair - @bernardsmiless 

10. Osas Ighodaro 
@tubo__ (custom dress)
@s.b.youme (styling)
@blendmakeoverr (makeup)
@touchofibee (hair)
@fusion_trendz (clutch)
@exclusive_gems (jewelry)
@qar10creations (photos)

11. Belindaeffah  
MUA @sintoglam .

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Thursday, March 12, 2020

Ukraine shuts down schools from 13th of March 2020 (3 WEEKS QUARANTINE).

Ukraine shuts down schools from the 13th of March 2020 (3 WEEKS QUARANTINE). Foreign students are not allowed to travel.  Sortin possible ways to reduce the contact of Coronavirus.


It has been reported that starting from the 13th of March 2020, students in Ukraine are to stay indoors and start distance learning for 3 weeks. It was also said that foreign students will not be also allowed to travel outside Ukraine during the quarantine period.  This is due to the ongoing outbreak of Coronavirus in the world. It was announced today as it is said to help restrict the movement of people thereby reducing the spread of the virus. The suspected cases which have been reported currently in Kharkiv city Ukraine, are six students from China who were said to have been in contact with a carrier of Coronavirus.
“Now patients have been placed in special boxes, and doctors are monitoring them. We specialize in respiratory infections and monitor them dynamically,” - Pavlo Martov, head physician of the hospital, stated. News source.
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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Turkish Airlines announces safety precautions for passengers against Coronavirus. Covid-19 epidemic. BE CAREFUL!!


As we all know, coronavirus is the issue the world is facing at the moment. Everyone is not just talking about this virus but also taking preventive measures. Turkish Airlines has taken time out to put out safety precaution to all customers Stating that:

The safety and well-being of our passengers and crew is our utmost priority at Turkish Airlines. Since the first reports of the Covid-19 outbreak in the news, Turkish Airlines has followed the developments closely, considered the probable scenarios at the highest level, and taken all the necessary measures.



1. Aircraft must undergo a thorough cleaning process upon completing the flight.
Upon completing a flight, all Turkish Airlines aircraft undergo a thorough cleaning process, in compliance with the national and international civil aviation authorities’ guidelines that include the wiping of the commonly-touched surfaces in the flight cabin and lavatories including toilets, tray tables, armrests, seatbelt buckles and in-flight entertainment screens with disinfectants. 

2. Beddings and headsets are all replaced with fresh sets.
All blankets, linens, headrest covers, bedsheets, and headsets are replaced with fresh sets for each flight.

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Thursday, March 5, 2020

Gender Equality and Girls' Empowerment

Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable future. Worldwide, patriarchal gender norms and discrimination drive violence against women and girls.

Our vision is for a world where all girls and boys are equally heard and valued, where they have equitable access and time to devote to education, to work, to rest and to play. This is a world built on transformative change – to the dismantling of patriarchal, discriminatory gender norms and the inequalities they sustain. These norms affect both boys and girls but have a disproportionate impact on girls, preventing them from claiming their rights, exposing them to harmful practices, driving rights abuses in their homes, relationships and communities, and through embedded structural inequalities that shape their lives from childhood through adulthood. Some girls face even greater challenges due to multiple and intersecting forms of deprivation and marginalization based on poverty and characteristics such as ethnicity, displacement and location. The world we want is a world in which no girl faces gender-based discrimination, suffers violence or marries before her 18th birthday, and every last girl fully enjoys her right to be protected from harm, to learn, survive and thrive. Her world is one in which her aspirations know no limits and she is free to fulfil her potential, to have equal opportunities, to decide her own future and empower those around her.



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When girls are educated, empowered, healthy and free from violence and discrimination, their communities are more prosperous and stable. Investing in gender equality is not just the right thing to do – it’s the smart thing to do. But girls around the world still face lifelong gender-based inequalities that begin in childhood:


Sexual and Gender-Based Violence:
Around 120 million females (almost 1 in 10) have been subjected to forced sex or other forms of forced sexual activity.[1]
Girls represent nearly three out of every four child trafficking victims, with the majority trafficked for the purposes of sexual exploitation. [2]
By 2030, over 150 million more girls will marry before they are 18 - despite global progress. Today, the poorest girls are 4 times more likely to marry in childhood than the richest. [3]

Health
Complications during pregnancy and childbirth are the number one cause of death of girls aged 15-19 worldwide. And 90% of births to girls aged 15-19 occur within marriage. [4]
Around three-fifths of all maternal deaths take place in humanitarian and fragile contexts. [5]
Every day, 507 women and adolescent girls die from pregnancy and childbirth complications in emergency settings. [6]
Malnutrition poses a variety of threats to women and girls specifically, including weakening their immune systems making them more susceptible to infections and impacting their capacity to survive childbirth. Children born of malnourished women and girls are more likely to have cognitive impairments and a higher risk of disease throughout their lives. [7] Adolescent girls are particularly vulnerable to malnutrition because of the increased rate at which they are growing and their bodies are changing. Adolescent girls need protein, iron, and other micronutrients to support this growth spurt and increased iron during menstruation.


Education:
130 million girls between the age of 6 and 17 are out of school. [8]
Girls are more likely than boys are to never set foot in a classroom. [9]
Girls living in countries affected by conflict are 2.5 times more likely to be out of school than boys are. And adolescent girls affected by conflict are 90% more likely to be out of school than girls living outside of conflict-affected contexts. [10]


Time deficit:
Girls account for two-thirds of all children who perform household chores for at least 21 hours per week. And girls are more likely than boys to perform double work duty- meaning both works in employment and in household chores. Research suggests chores that take up at least 21 hours or more a week negatively impact the ability of children to attend and benefit from school. [11]

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