Archive | May, 2012

Where can I find clip in hair extensions for black women ?

29 May

Clip in Hair can be used by most ethnics groups as long as you ensure the hair extension you choose matched your own hair texture. Thanks to clip in hair extensions, black women can now be more versatile with their looks and hairdos. We all loved the weave when it was introduced and I am sure we will enjoy have clip in hair extensions around.  Women of African descent can now experiment with long hair, short hair, Remy Indian hair and Brazilian hair since most quality hair extensions are made for 100% human hair. Change your hairstyle daily or simple swop colours, textures and lengths, there are simple no limits. The best thing about clip-in hair extensions are that they do not make use of adhesives that can possibly damage your hair. They are reasonably priced and are available online with options to deliver all around South Africa.

We have seen many African American celebrities sporting clip in hair and for a long time we suspected it to be their own, well today you can also have that short sexy Kelly Rowland hair or that Long Blonde Frizzy look like Beyoncé.  There are no specific as to who can use clip in hair, it is up to the individual to match up the various styles available correctly. There are 100’s of brands out there but we advised that you go for a trusted brand that offer the best quality at good prices. Clip in hair extensions are easy to install and remove, in the video below you will see exactly how easy it is to style you year in less than 2 minutes.

 

Why do men take so long to propose?

29 May

Many women are faced with this question when they have reached a point of extreme frustration in their lives. I would like to believe that every female once to be married one day or have someone to share the rest of the lives with, besides cats. If you have been dating your boyfriend for a very long time, you are probably at that stage of comfort which has you thinking, “why not?” Why not make this commitment a lifelong one, why not celebrate our unity by getting married. Why not make our relationship sacred in the eyes of God. Considering that you been dating for so long, it’s only logical that you would assume that your partner feels the same way but what if he is not on the same page?

Here are some of my thought on the subject, guys are often more reluctant to get hitched due to many reason but the most common one is fear of commitment. Yes, men might be committed in their relationship and love you with their all but they still appreciate the possibility of being able to abort if things go wrong. A guy should not feel as if he is being pressured into marriage, it makes him jumpy, doubtful and afraid. At the same time, I also believe that a woman should not feel as if she is waiting around for ever for that engagement ring to arise, especially if her internal clock is ticking. This is a frustrating point of a relationship and many will be tempted to thrown in the towel.

How long is too long?

The answer entirely depends on the individual, set time frames for yourself but also communicate them to your partner. An engagement should occur when you are both ready for a lifelong commitment; applying pressure on your partner to make decisions can only make it worse. Consider how important marriage is to you and way it against the possibilities of never getting married to your partner.

I believe that if a man unconditionally loves his partner and has secured all the aspects that ensure a stable marriage and lifestyle there is no reason why he should not pop the question. Men tend to wait for the “right time” which is financial security, the perfect diamond engagement rings, wedding budget or perfect timing. Romanic movies don’t help men at all as we believe this is how women want us to propose, the attempts we run through our heads always seem futile. If you both love each other and nothing else in the matters, find common ground and try to make each other happy without holding a grudge. Good Luck