If your wedding day is this coming weekend and you are just seeing this, it may, sadly and unfortunately, be too late. The big day is often shadowed with worry, stress and desperation for perfection. Unlike popular belief, bridesmaids play such a role in the making or breaking of the bride’s mood. More often than … More Zim girl tips: How to choose your bridesmaids
I gave up on Twist of fate, that one made me feel dumber and dumber by the episode and I fast fell for Shaurya and Mehek’s story instead.
The hype was made worse by the inclusion of the African family, Gabelas, but I have been completely thrown by that side of the plot and here is why: … More ZimGirlOpinion: Everything wrong with ZeeWorld’s Mehek series
When you begin your natural hair journey you are exposed to holy grails, products that people swear by. Some live up to the hype, some don’t and some are just mediocre. I recently viewed a tutorial where the lady refused to show the exact products she was using but just labelled them e.g shampoo, deep … More Zim Girl Opinion: The untold truth about Ecostyler gel on natural 4c hair
Daring fashionista, Cindy Munyavi, took her award night dress to a whole new level with a Thembani Mubochwa designed “plastic” outfit which sent critics into a frenzy. The PVC outfit had hints of african material and an elaborate top half which wasn’t understood by many. “We wasn’t ready!” Discussions on if it was the right … More Zim Girl Discussions: Cindy claps back at NAMA outfit critics
Business entrepreneur and wife to Tytan, Olinda Chapel, took to instagram advising women on how to know if “he” is in it for the long haul. I usually never pay any mind to people’s picture captions but this one needed to be addressed. Olinda who recently gave birth to her 3rd baby and their first … More Zim Girl Discussions: Olinda’s advice to single women, situationships?
I used to be one of those people who were extremely anti-makeup and couldn’t understand the need for a little bit of lipstick. At one point in my life I got introduced to the world of beauty, fashion and slowly caught up with the hype. I began to feel the need for a good red … More Zim Girl Storytime: HELP! I am addicted to makeup
I just came across a meme that defined an average Zimbabwean’s life in three stages and I couldn’t agree more! Its a whirlwind and now I am beginning to understand what the “Kura uone” statement really meant. Long story short, all that I thought I knew is a lie, well most of it and the … More Zim Girl Opinions: Lessons every young adult has learnt
I just realised how late I began my countdown this year! I am not half as hyped up as I was last year but instead of doing my usual 7 day ritual I am going to extend my days till way after the big day. To make up for lost time of course. Today I … More Zim Girl Opinion: 10 vows a week before my birthday/ new year?
My first relationship was kick started by those magical three words “I love you” way before I could understand what they meant, hell I was 16!
For the longest time I treated this statement as a question and I am probably among tonnes of people who have recklessly thrown it around without putting much thought into it.
When do you feel is the right time? … More Zim Girl Opinion: When is the right time to say “I love you” back?
The moment I discovered high puffs earlier on in my natural hair journey, my life was never the same again! Sounds trivial but when you are new to natural hair, it always feels like your options are limited and sometimes you are just too lazy to go through with twist outs, bantu knot outs etc … More Zim girl tips: High puff on short/medium length 4c hair