Can you ever think of going out of home without wearing a pair of shoes? On the other hand common creams use chemical ingredients and synthetic substances that are not healthy for your skin like parabens, petrolatum, alcohol, fragrances and mineral oil. We acquire power if we know something and or everything about our cultures, etc. When we begin to learn and have a sense and more concrete knowledge about our culture, by looking it as it in it its whole wholesomeness(Holistically), we begin to understand, see and recognize, and observe more similarities in dancing styles, hand-clapping, voicing, circle-formations, and half moon patterns crisscrossing lines, snake-like, and choreographic back and forth movements in-sync and patterned precisely, with a flurry and changing shapes, and forms on and of their same bright and energetic colors, Polyrhythmic syncopated sounds, explosiveness, and rhythm of all the 11(eleven) African people as one unified and diverse, … Read the rest

Looking after your skin is one of the most important things you can do for your body, and this becomes truer the older you become. (23) It is in view of these complications and difficulties that he proposes four research principles that could possibly push African historiography towards new frontiers: African history should be undertaken in an interdisciplinary form or within such a structure; it must uncompromisingly be viewed from an inner perspective; and it must unquestionably be the history of the peoples of the African continent; and it must avoid being too narrative, its point of approach should be conceptual and systematic. In the soul-searching that has followed South Africa’s first-round elimination from the 2010 World Cup, the first host nation to suffer such a fate, several retired soccer players are hearkening back to the days of apartheid, when the sport was played widely by people of all colors, … Read the rest

Probably the most important part of looking good is to take care of your facial skin. Symbols of Social Stratification. Housing styles differ by class, in both urban and rural areas. The wealthiest people have concrete houses painted in bright colors and surrounded by high walls. Those houses have flower gardens and interior furnishings such as upholstered furniture and armoires. The poorest people live in mud houses with thatched or corrugated iron roofs, sparsely furnished with beds and stools made of local materials. Styles of dress also vary by class; the wealthiest can afford Italian leather shoes to accompany the latest European and African wardrobes, while poorer people wear cloth wrappers and secondhand European-style clothing. The wealthiest tend to speak French or English even at home, while the poorest speak local languages and Pidgin English. Tourists to a street renouned for its historic culture will also attract cultural entertainers from … Read the rest