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  • Top 10 Cities – Morocco Travel | the facts

    Top 10 Cities – Morocco Travel | the facts
  • The Beauty & Strength in Diversity using Fashion

    The Beauty & Strength in Diversity using Fashion
  • Guide To Laser Hair Removal

    Guide To Laser Hair Removal
  • Nigerian Restaurants in London to eat for £10 or less!

    Nigerian Restaurants in London to eat for £10 or less!

Top 10 Cities – Morocco Travel | the facts

Top 10 Cities – Morocco Travel | the facts

Hello you, lets get right into this.

While I did my research before my 6-day trip to Morocco last month, most of the articles and videos I’d read/watched, had addressed things like dressing appropriately, haggling prices at the souks, not taking photos of people, holding cash, being weary of supposed ‘guides’. What I never read or was told is that I was a major import into the economy. Morocco is so self sufficient, they literally make and build everything using their materials down to animal fossils.

Right from the airport, you’re like a good/shipment that’s just arrived a the wharf for clearing. Unfortunately, my immigration officer was ‘new on the job’. After what seemed like an hour of repeated questions and annoying glances, he (after consulting with a superior) returned my passport and told me bye. A few steps away while on a short queue, this man calls me back, requests my passport and starts massaging my visa like I painted it on my passport page. *sigh*. Click here to watch full vlog.

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The Beauty & Strength in Diversity using Fashion

The Beauty & Strength in Diversity using Fashion

Hi lovely,

This post is sponsored by CaseApp, a company that lets you design a personalised phone-case or laptop skin. They also have a huge array of popular designs that transform the experience of using your phone or laptop. Only condition is that they must be following  @metrogypsie and us @caseapp on instagram, then leave a comment of your favourite look, your location and ‘personalised phone case’ below. 

Also giving away the black Zara bag below, leave a comment with your fav look, location and ‘bag’  if you want that. #bestwishes.

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Guide To Laser Hair Removal

Guide To Laser Hair Removal

Hi there,

its so glad to have you here. There has been a lot of changes in my life recently, thankfully for the good – we’d touch this on a later post.

On my last poll on instagram, majority of you chose that a skincare topic should be up on here next. Got some feedback from a couple of the budget restaurants for Nigerian Food in London I’d suggested in the last post. I do hope you find this one beneficial as been requested by Nike.

There are a lot of hair removal methods out there, but the most popular clinical option is laser hair removal.

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Nigerian Restaurants in London to eat for £10 or less!

Nigerian Restaurants in London to eat for £10 or less!

Hi lovely, many thanks for dropping by. On this post I’d be sharing some of my favourite Nigerian budget restaurants in London. Places where after eating both your tummy and pockets will be happy. Click here to watch me prance around London ordering from this places. Keep reading to get more details (address, telephone number & names) and ratings of my last order with them.

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Nigerian Fashion Designers | Postcards From Lagos for Bella Naija Style

Nigerian Fashion Designers | Postcards From Lagos for Bella Naija Style

Decided to take a two-week break from both the cold and my job from London To Lagos (no Eazi). Spent the first week trying to tie all loose ends for my traditional marriage plans and the second exploring Lagos with my guests, eating great Naija meals, creating content for my platforms and of course taking photos. (click to see on —> BNStyle)

The highlight of my trip (asides the wedding) was the Lagos Street Style shoot. Shot by Femi, @the.alfe, I wanted 5 outfits by Nigerian designers in 5 different locations. Limited my locations to the Island as my sister-friend who was already doing us a huge favour driving advised against the mainland because, traffic.
 

As a huge supporter of Nigerian designed pieces, I’d already copped 3 new outfits in November, I then hit up my mate, Ifeoma – a stylist (@hyperfashun) – who hooked me with two other designers and my 5 looks were sorted.

1. Jakande Arts & Craft Market 

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