#LipglossmaffiaBookclub: Wuthering Heights ||Emily Brontë…

“It is for God to punish wicked people; we should learn to forgive.”
― Emily Brontë

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DIY: Waist Beads…

Historians believe the African tradition of waist beads may have originated among the Yoruba tribes, now mainly in Nigeria. But the practice is also seen in West Africa, notably Ghana, where the beads signify wealth and aristocracy, as well as femininity. 

When Your Words Don’t Mean Shit…

“Wine can be considered with good reason as the most healthful and hygenic of all beverages.” – Louis Pasteur

#LipglossmaffiaBookclub: Under The Udala Trees || Chinelo Okparanta…

“Happiness is like water,’ she says. ‘We’re always trying to grab onto it, but it’s always slipping between our fingers.”
― Chinelo Okparanta

Lipglossmaffia Style: Floral Print Dresses…

“A flower blossoms for its own joy.”
― Oscar Wilde

So What If You Don’t Know What Your Passion Is…

“Just don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there’s love and inspiration, I don’t think you can go wrong.” —Ella Fitzgerald

#Spotlight: An Interview With Author and Human Rights Worker, Ayo Sogunro…

“I tend to think of ‘writer’s block’ as a type of professional indolence. If, as I understand it, writer’s block is the lack of ideas, as opposed to a difficulty (whether arising from lack of time, resources or skill) in expression those ideas.”

#LipglossmaffiaBookclub: Binti || Nnedi Okorafor…

“Funny how all things people don’t understand seem to be ‘cursed’.”
Nnedi Okorafor