Men gift idea: Panasonic 3 blade shaver wih multi flex 


I want to bring new Panasonic revolutionist 3 Blade Shaver into your attention, the perfect product which  all men love to use. I will definitely recommend this shaver because it is a new hair product that all men can use  either wet/dry and easily transportable: 3- Blade Shaver

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To all ladies readers, you can offer it as a gift to your man for any occasion because it is a smoother blade that have many options including a sensor.

To all men readers, this is your best shaver ever because you feel more handsome and neat on your beard. A neat, quality and professional blade which is easily to use and transportable wherever you go.

This Panasonic electric razor works very very well on both dry or wet skin. It is definitely one of the best shavers in the market. It gives a close shave with a great ease and brilliant speed. Due to its ability to conduct a wet shave it has been designed with a somewhat non-slip coating on the back which works okay – the shaver does fit nicely in the hand and has a plastic bit for the thumb to rest on. The shaving head is slightly angled and swivels in all directions to match the contours of the face and neck.


Recomendation on how to use it:

Use both dry or wet, it works best  but the best is in dry mode.  First of all wash your face first, dry, then rub a drop of pre-shave oil (King of Shaves) on to the stubble – this enables the shaver to glide very smoothly over the beard and the finish is very clean, smooth and equal. When using in wet mode with a gel foam or facewash, it shaved equally smoothly but it’s difficult to see the finish as you’re shaving. It does not leave any neckline red at all, like many other electric shavers. This is the easiest electric shaver to clean as rinsing it under a running tap does the job. It comes with a cleaning brush, a clip on guard for the blades and a charging cable. It also comes with a travel pouch to store everything in.


Silk blue dress

Hello lovelies

Last night was another blast for me as I attended a 50th birthday party of my friend’s mum. She’s very sublime and looking young.

Because it was an evening event I decided to wear this dress which was perfect for the occasion. I love the cape details which covers your shoulder and to be honest it wasnt cold in London.

To match my outfit, I added this aztec clutch bag which I was always wondering on which occasion to wear it. And guess what found it😉.

I was a goddess last night because it is perfect for curvy lady and you can show your asset😎. It is very simple dress that you can wear anytime.

You can find this outfit on the app 21 buttons by clicking my username @merlinebeauty.

What do you think of this dress?

Life At 27 years old

Dear readers

This is a special post that I would like to share to everyone. I am sharing my experience at the age of 27. Today is my birthday which add to me 2⃣8⃣.


“We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. 
 We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. 
 We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. 
 The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. 
 We are made up of layers, cells, constellations.”

Anais Nin

IHappy birthday to me! Today I turn a ripe old age of 28 and, as much as I’m not thrilled to be inching toward thirty, I’m pretty excited to look back on the past year and reflect on what an amazing, positive experience it was. There were, as there always will be, some tough times, but over all, I’d have to say that my 28th year was pretty darn awesome. One of the reasons it was so awesome is because I learned so much about life. Every year I learn more and more and, in my opinion, that’s one of the best highs life has to offer — looking back and realizing just how far you’ve come because of all that you’ve learned. I could spend hours and hours writing about this year and all of the ups and downs it’s brought, but today I’ve narrowed the post down to 27 lessons I learned during my 27th year. With each of these lessons listed, I’ve linked to a post that will show you exactly when I was learning that lesson.

This Year, I’ve Learned… 

when love is real, when the person is right, you really do just know. 
… change, scary as it is, can be just what you need to free yourself. 
… sometimes you have to let go of what you know and face the unknown. 
… letting people in and opening up to them can be surprisingly rewarding. 
… if you really, really want something, you have to take action
… you are usually quite a bit braver than you think you are
… if you screw up, you have the power to proactively make the present better
… you always know, deep down in your heart, what you really want.
… the people you want in your life aren’t always the ones you need in your life. 
… it is never, ever too late to reclaim your muchness
 whatever you focus on in your life, that’s what you’ll get more of. 
… being positive is really hard sometimes, but it’s always worth it in the end. 
… you have to know what you want and go after it because no one else will. 
… the support of other people is amazingly, astoundingly invaluable. 
… moments you fear the most are often the least likely to be worthy of fear. 
… sometimes you just have to be your own hero
… when you love, you must not forget to love yourself
… no matter how hard it seems, you can let go of your past. 
… the future can have some huge surprises in store for you. 
… living your life your way is important (even if other people don’t understand it). 
… you can continue to love others without liking their choices.  
… everyone — even you! — deserves to experience happiness. 
… you will learn more from other people than you ever thought possible. 
… the person you were can become only a fraction of what you are. 
… if you are unhappy with something in your life, you can change it.
… inspiration is everywhere, but you will only find it if you’re looking. 
… the present moment really is all you have; experience it wisely. 


As I clicked through the posts I wrote over the past year, I reflected on how far I’ve come since my h birthday. So much has happened over the past twelve months. So much has changed, but, in many ways, so much of the good in my life has remained. The past year has taught me a great deal about myself and about the world around me. Every day I’m learning more and more about the person I am and the person I want to be. Every day I’m striving to live a life that is both positive and present. It isn’t always easy, but every effort I make ends of being worth it. Thank you all for continuing to read the posts I write and for following me as I embark on another year of my life. I’m not sure how or why, but I somehow already know that this year will be an amazing one…

Printed with Tulle skirt

Who says tulle is just for special occasions or you can wear it only in Summer? It’s totally wrong. You can create that excellent look in many surprising ways like combining a tulle skirt with denim or flannel shirt. Try one of these looks and feel like a fairy tale princess in day time!

Yesterday I wore this beautiful tulle skirt with printed shirt. I have been looking for this type of skirt. A bit vintage but still look classy with a top, jeans shirt, t shirt or bardot.

Wearing a tulle skirt can look out of fashion but like the material that remain you “ballerina”💃.

When I first saw tulle skirts doing the rounds I dismissed them as a bit silly. Something that only “bloggers” wear (and by bloggers I don’t mean me, I mean all those women who mysteriously look like models and are obviously dating photographers and post outfit photos that look like they’ve come from Vogue)

Then they gradually started to seep into my consciousness. I kept finding myself pinning pictures of tulle skirts.

The tulle on this skirt is beautifully soft and swishy and it doesn’t have too many layers, so it’s not too “pouffy”. It’s a smooth layer of net on top, with a tiered layer underneath, and then an inner satin lining.

Skirt (Or ASOS)= Originally from Primark on sale for £5

Printed Shirt = Originally from Primark 



I have lots of plans for it this Autumn and Winter so expect to see it again!

What do you think of tulle outfit? 

Ankara Blazer in pink and yellow 💖💛

Hi guys

Hope you are all well. A special post on my favourite blazer given by my fashionista sister Nicka. She was doing some sale so I got it in a reasonable price 😉. You can check her @whatnickawore.

I decided to wear this blazer as the weather is out in London. I like to wear my African outfit matching with a normal outfit which you are still comfortable.

I know some don’t like to wear a whole African outfit but you can mix up and still look good. I will definitely need more African outfit. A blazer can be wear in any season even at work. It is good to show how to mix different cultures in fashion industry.

Details of outfit:

Meanwhile enjoy the pictures and tell me what you think?

Cleopatra eyes in red lips 

Hi guys

Long time I wrote a post. Too many things has happened but haven’t forgotten my passion on beauty especially makeup. Today’s post is about my inspiration country Egypt by representing Cleopatra. 

A goddess, confident and sexy woman which I tried to reproduce. I chose to reproduce Cleopatra eye which symbolise an attraction, power, boldness and confident woman who is surviving in this jungle society.

This is my inspirational look products used:









Check out my mini-tutorial and tell me what you think?



Style me pretty: Wedding attire

Last weekend, I attended a wedding in VUK banqueting in Chiswick. Love is a beautiful thing when two people comes together to share their union. I was pleased to be part of the guest. To be honest, I have attended many weddings which mostly African but his one was Jamaican and British.

If you know African wedding, you must have at least 2 outfits but for the first time I wore only one outfit to a wedding. I love everything from ceremony to reception.

Let’s talk about my outfit, if I tell you how long I have this dress you will be surprised. This dress is from Jane Norman which I had over 3 years and still fit me. This is the perfect dress for Gala, cocktails, wedding guest even bridesmaids could wear this simple dress. I love all the details of this dress. I look like a Goddess in this cream dress.  In fact my outfit was all in gold which is perfect for this summer season. Everything I wore was affordable:

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T I P S  F O R  W E D D I N G  O U T F I T S:


Dress code I do’s

  • Subtlety is best. Opt for simple, pretty or romantic looks rather than edgy or sultry ensembles.
  • Simple beauty. Keep hair and makeup natural and pretty. Click here for a complete makeup tutorial on bridal beauty. For my general “wedding appropriate” hair and makeup tips, click here.

Dress code I don’ts

  • The White Rule. This age old tenet says to avoid wearing all white (including ivory), as it should be reserved for the bride. The bottom line here: it’s impolite to upstage the bride so let her be the only one wearing white. Luckily this rule has relaxed a bit. Cream colored clothing and print dresses with white backdrops are usually fine.
  • Black. Try not to wear black to early morning/afternoon nuptials.
  • Absolutely, positively NO jeans and sexy or revealing clothing. No exceptions.

I hope you found this post useful! Now you can share your newfound “wedding attire” in this post.