There are many different types of lipsticks out there and a lady truly is spoilt for choice when trying to pick one (luckily, I get to have all of them – evil grin). The type of lipstick you use and also the colour can be used according to your mood or simply the shape of your lips. Today the lipstick market contains an assortment of products with many effects and characteristics. Picking the perfect shade of lipstick is only half the job ladies – when it comes to lipstick, texture is just as important.
Check out the various lipstick textures below:
Many women prefer a creamy texture as it is not too shiny without it being a matte lipstick, cream lipsticks are opaque and they have a really smooth finish. It is usually packaged as a lipstick but you can also get a creamy lip gloss with a felt-tip applicator.
These lipsticks are popular for their more pigmented colour. Matte lipsticks just last much longer than other textures but the superior-quality pigments and the reduced oil content often causes some stain to your lips.
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This from news24.com:
Johannesburg – Prophet Paseka Motsoeneng, also known as Prophet Mboro, has rejected claims that he went to heaven on Easter Sunday and had pictures taken with Jesus Christ.
Motsoeneng said because he had not yet died, there was no reason for him to have visited heaven.
“If I had pictures of heaven, my whole family and church would have seen it. I would never insult Jesus like that,” he said on Tuesday.
Pictures alleging to be of Motsoeneng in heaven reportedly appeared on a Facebook page created under his name. Someone claiming to be his spokesperson also allegedly said the pictures were for sale.
Motsoeneng has since reportedly said he was unaware of the person purporting to be his spokesperson.
On Tuesday, the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Rights Commission) laid criminal charges against Motsoeneng.
It said he had failed to comply with a summons to hand over audited financial statements during their investigation into him and his church, the Incredible Happenings Ministries, for commercialisation of religion.
‘Hated by media’
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The multi-platinum selling artist was launching her new album ‘Born free’ in partnership with the brand Johnnie Walker. Lira has won eleven coveted SAMAs and says the role joy has played in building her success has been significant since she first bravely walked away from a safe career in accountancy towards her passion for music. Lira continues to shine and now relishes the partnership with Johnnie Walker to push South Africans to consider where joy might take them should they embrace a different frame of mind.
The launch saw local celebrities such as Sello Maake ka Ncube, Kenneth Nkosi, Kabelo Moalusi and Mutodi Neshehe and other well know faces attend.
‘Nothing short of magnificent’
– Tracey Saunders, Cape Times.
‘Die produksie is lewendig genoeg om doodsbene te laat rittel’
– Mariana Malan, Die Burger
‘The text is brimming with mirth’
– Robyn Cohen, Argus
Delivered with passion and commitment by Oarabile Ditsele and Sizwesandile Mnisi, this ever-relevant play directed by Fleur du Cap winner Mdu Kweyama, is an absolute theatrical delight and a must see. The extended performances of Woza Albert runs from 12 – 23 April in the Masambe Theatre. Book your tickets now!
TIP-ex is a dynamic and powerful three-hander which stars Hannie with Melissa Johannisen and Maxine Caesar. The central theme for the play focuses on gender issues, and in particular, corrective rape – still prevalent in some South African communities today. The narrative is about a woman, Katie (played by Hannie), who takes the audience back to her teenage years when she first started to realise that she was attracted to persons of the same sex. When she mentions this to her conservative family for the first time, outrage breaks out and everything changes. As still often happens today, she is sent to confirmation classes to ‘fix’ the problem.
12 April 2015 – Thursday 26 May 2016 heralds the 14th anniversary of the Cell C Take a Girl Child to Work Programme. This movement and its potential outcomes continue to grow in stature and strength and this year’s Miss South Africa, Ntandoyenkosi Kunene has been appointed the campaign’s official ambassador.
Many girl children are born into environments where their family members don’t work in corporates, are neither in charge of their own businesses nor work in professions such as medicine or law. This makes it difficult for them to gain work experience or receive positive advice about their future which, in the long run, will have an impact on their confidence, self-belief and ambitions. Continue reading