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She’s 15Yrs My Senior, Will Marrying this Igbo Woman Work?

She’s 15Yrs My Senior, Will Marrying this Igbo Woman Work?

I have searched without success; no one has ever equaled my Obioma, the Igbo woman of my dreams. We met 3 years ago when I was stranded on the road, on my way from my place of business. As I stood at the bus stop that night, I was helpless; there were no buses or…

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5 Secrets for making Your Love Relationship with an Igbo Person Last

5 Secrets for making Your Love Relationship with an Igbo Person Last

Letting your partner know how much you love him or her is accomplished not just with gifts, but rather the little things you do everyday. This season shouldn’t be the only period you’ll go the extra mile for you better half. Below are 5 secrets to making your love relationship to an Igbo person last:…

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En Vogue: Igbo Women and their trendy Red Weaves this Christmas

En Vogue: Igbo Women and their trendy Red Weaves this Christmas

Igbo women wanting to make a statement this Christmas without committing to a complete make-over, should buy and don a red weave. Apart from providing a transformation to the appearance of  Igbo women, red weavons offer additional  attraction to their hair. When it comes to red weaves, an Igbo woman will not only have a…

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STYLE: Turbans, Igbo Women, and the Igbo Culture

STYLE: Turbans, Igbo Women, and the Igbo Culture

Definitely, turbans are trendy again! Turban is an attire respected across several African cultures including Igbo culture dating back to the 17th and 18th century. As the Christmas celebration draws nearer, turbans have started appealing to both the young and old again. Turbans are not only used for Igbo traditional purposes or traditional social occasions,…

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8 Habits that Stand Between Igbo Women and Great Skin

8 Habits that Stand Between Igbo Women and Great Skin

Hi, peeps, i am Vivian and it's my delight to be your guide on beauty matters. In this post i will be sharing with you 8 habits that stand between Igbo women and great skin. Touching your face throughout the day results in skin breakouts and rashes. Wearing oil-based make-up and moisturizers clogs the pores…

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How Igbos Can Become Successful in the Fashion World – Ugo Mozie

How Igbos Can Become Successful in the Fashion World – Ugo Mozie

Most Igbo fashion designers are working on a daily basis, looking to make themselves relevant in Nigeria's fashion industry, but very few know what they need to do to attain great heights of success, catching up with the likes of Enugu-born; but, New York-based Ugo Mozie of Ashton Mozie Fashion line. Mozie, still under-25, has…

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Style: Phyno’s 5 Tips for Maintaining Your Mohawk Hairstyle

Style: Phyno’s 5 Tips for Maintaining Your Mohawk Hairstyle

The famous Mohawk - Phyno's hairstyle is not for the faint-hearted; that's why very few persons manage to pull it off on the streets effortlessly and without fear of what the society will say about them. Perhaps, that's why the mohawk "fever" or rather frenzy has refused to subside. In fact, Phyno's signature hair style(the…

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Igbo Women and the “Bling Bling” Factor during Ceremonies and  Events

Igbo Women and the “Bling Bling” Factor during Ceremonies and Events

The jewelry an Igbo woman wears will take her there when it comes to making fashion statements. Let's face it, a beautiful Igbo woman will look bare at functions or events without some 'bling bling" here and there. One way Igbo women can raise loud applauses at events  is to look their best with some…

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Igbo Traditional Attires of the Past

Igbo Traditional Attires of the Past

Igbo Traditional Attires The Igbo traditional attire of the past generally consisted of little clothing, as the purpose of clothing originally was simply to conceal private parts, although elders were fully clothed.  Children were usually nude from birth until they reach puberty status (the time when they were considered to have something to hide), but sometimes ornaments…

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Beautiful photos and colours of Igbo Traditional Marriage

Beautiful photos and colours of Igbo Traditional Marriage

Yes, it may take an Igbo man a little while before he gets married. But when he does, it is far from being a private affair. Almost everyone is involved, and everyone is happy. Traditional marriage in Igboland is usually colourful, but relatively costly to organize. However, it is a tradition that must be fulfilled…

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