So ladies this is always a tricky one, as there is no one way answer to matching your foundation perfectly and it often entails lots of testing which can get quite tedious if you don’t have the time or the patience.
You will hardly ever find the perfect match to your skin tone in just one bottle (unless you are truly blessed with an all-round even skin tone – lucky you!) and you will often find that your T-panel is much lighter than the rest of your face, of which you will need two different shades of foundation.
If you don’t feel comfortable matching your own foundation – most cosmetic counters usually have makeup/beauty consultants who will gladly assist you with this daunting task. No need to feel intimated – the ladies behind the counter are always very friendly and welcoming and are there to make your lives easier, so just walk in with your shoulders back and your head held high and don’t be afraid to ask for a little help. Continue reading
Due to popular demand, Cape Town Comedy Club is pleased to announce … MORE MARCH MADNESS with R50 tickets to the following Wednesday & Thursday night shows in March, now available at all Computicket outlets and Shoprite/Checkers stores: 23, 24, 30 & 31 March 2016
v A Night of Headliners: R190pp Wednesday 6 & Thursday 7 April 2016. You are in for a real treat as four of South Africa’s top comedians perform on our stage for two nights! Marc Lottering, Loyiso Gola, Conrad Koch (with Chester Missing) as well as Kurt Schoonraad as the MC. The line-up is subject to change.
v We are open throughout Easter: Wednesday 23rd to Sunday 27th March 2016 #EasterVibes
v Half Price Sundays: R60pp for selected shows only
v Happy Hour: 6-7pm and one hour after the show
v To hire venue for exclusive use, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
On for the next 2 weeks at Cape Town Comedy Club … Continue reading
Professional singer and jazz musician, Richard Ceasar, does the honours of entertaining guests at Jackson Hall, GrandWest in March 2016. Ceasar’s music is influences by the likes of Pat Martino and George Benson, with his tenth CD, to be released in 2016, boasting a mix of classic soul and jazz with a decidedly Cape flavour.
Due to travel to Australia later this year to entertain South African ex pats, Ceasar has toured extensively overseas during his career and has recorded and performed with the likes of Vicky Sampson.
He brings soulful music blend to Jackson Hall on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays in March 2016. He takes to the stage at 21h00 and there is no cost to enjoy his shows.
Channel: MTV (DStv channel 130)
Contestants: Gigi Hadid vs Tyler Posey
The supermodel (and BFF to Kendall Jenner) takes on TheBackstreet Boys’ ‘Larger Than Life’ with a little help from friends and real-life backstreet boys Nick Carter and AJ McLean. However, this does not discourage Tyler who puts up a pretty good fight with Harvey Danger’s ‘Flagpole Sitta’.
The City’s #YouthStartCT Entrepreneurial Challenge, in partnership with the Seed Academy, is designed to kick-start the businesses of 100 young entrepreneurs who have viable business ideas.
The City of Cape Town’s Social Development and Early Childhood Development Directorate is turning its attention to would-be entrepreneurs in its latest youth development initiative.
The #YouthStartCT Entrepreneurial Challenge 2016 is an accelerator programme for start-up entrepreneurs who have viable business ideas that will also create jobs. The City is partnering with the Seed Academy to offer business skills development, mentoring, and cash incentives to the top performers in the challenge. This forms part of a broader strategy to address issues of unemployment, inequality and poverty.
The Seed Academy, which is running the challenge on behalf of the City, is a training, incubation and funding ecosystem for entrepreneurs that focuses on dramatically growing and scaling high growth-potential businesses. In addition, Altech Radio Holdings has come on board as a sponsor and partner in the challenge. Continue reading
STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S MAYORAL COMMITTEE MEMBER: TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN, COUNCILLOR BRETT HERRON
The City of Cape Town condemns in the strongest possible terms the attack on the MyCiTi Dunoon station late yesterday afternoon, 20 March 2016.
A group of protesters linked to an illegal land grab in Dunoon, attacked and vandalised the MyCiTi Dunoon station in Potsdam Road yesterday at about 16:30. Commuters and a security guard fled the scene when the protesters threw rocks and objects at the station building, causing damage to the glass panels and exterior of the building. Continue reading
The Cell C Sharks have earned the bragging rights as the only unbeaten team in the 2016 Vodacom Super Rugby competition, as they played to a 16-16 draw against the Vodacom Bulls at Loftus Versfeld, while the DHL Stormers ended the Brumbies winning streak with a 31-11 win in Cape Town.
The Emirates Lions, meanwhile, returned to their winning ways as they beat the Toyota Cheetahs 39-22 in Johannesburg, while the Southern Kings went down 57-24 against the Crusaders in Christchurch in their first tour game.
At Loftus Versfeld, a missed penalty goal on the stroke of full-time denied the Cell C Sharks their seventh successive Vodacom Super Rugby victory and forced them to settle for a draw against the Vodacom Bulls. The victory for the hosts, however, marked their fourth back-to-back victory against the Cell C Sharks, and it maintained their dominance against the Durban side at Loftus Versfeld dating back to the 2012 season. To the Vodacom Bulls delight, the result also marked back-to-back wins for the first time since the 10th round of the competition last season.
The Crusaders, meanwhile, took advantage of the Southern Kings’ struggle to make effective one-on-one tackles and proved supreme at converting their chances into points in Christchurch, which earned them a 57-24 victory. Continue reading
CARNIVAL CITY, SATURDAY MARCH 19: A radiant Ntandoyenkosi Kunene has been crowned Miss South Africa 2016 at a glittering ceremony held at Carnival City, presented by Sun International in collaboration with Cell C.
Runners-up are Elizabeth Molapo from the Freestate (1st Princess) and Tayla Skye Robinson from Gauteng (2nd Princess).
An excited and overwhelmed Kunene – a 23-year-old education honours student from Mpumalanga – said she was determined to make a difference during her reign.
In her Miss South Africa acceptance speech she said: “As a little girl growing up in the township – modelling around the house and practicing my speech in front of the mirror – I had always hoped, prayed and believed that one day my name would be called as the new Miss South Africa. Words cannot begin to describe the joy in my heart. I am delighted because I have the opportunity to give back to my nation; to inspire little girls like myself to have big dreams; to be a beacon of hope to the hopeless and to encourage young women to work tirelessly towards their goals, dreams and ambitions.” Continue reading