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The Cape Town Hair and Beauty Show: WIN Tickets

 

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The two-day beauty affair event is dedicated to fabulous hair, fashion and beauty brands and the people who love them. This amazing show offers a unique opportunity for the best hair, fashion; beauty and lifestyle brands to connect with consumers over an activity packed two- day experience consisting of information, entertainment and shopping, giving visitors a chance to experience first-hand insider knowledge and style advice from the famous and upcoming brands in the industry.
Venue:
The Lookout, V&A Waterfront
When:
Saturday 21 November, 10am to 6pm
Sunday 22 November, 10am to 6pm
Tickets for The Cape Town Hair & Beauty Show are available for R120 at Quicket . With this you’ll receive a 3 month subscription to Cosmopolitan magazine.

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Brands for this years show include: Lash Collection, Mangwanani Spa, Stila Cosmetics, MakeUp Eraser, Moroccan Oill and Kardashian Beauty who will be setting up a blow-dry bar. ‘

On the Nachi blog you have the opportunity to win 3 general access TICKETS to join the event on the Saturday, 21st November 2015 from 10am – 6pm.

To enter to this lucky draw competition – Leave a comment with your details and let me know the reason you would like to go… Winner announced on the 17 November 2015 via the following social feeds –

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Must Have Winter Essentials: Blistex Classic Lip Protector

Keep chapped lips away this Cold Brrry… Winter.

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Blistex Classic Lip Protector, a true blue blooded classic that has stood the test of time for over 40 years as the No. 1 lip balm in the USA and parts of Europe, has finally made its way to South Africa.

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There are few things that can outshine a timeless classic and Blistex Classic Lip Protector is no exception. A trusted all-weather essential particularly in the winter months when the elements take their toll, Blistex Classic Lip Protector soothes, moisturises and protects your lips. With its carefully selected ingredients this daily lip protection glides on comfortably and provides complete coverage even in extreme conditions.

Its neutral fragrance and no-fuss application makes this the perfect everyday lip balm for the whole family, and is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. This is certainly one for the boys!

The unique formula has stood the test of time with its specially selected ingredients of Aloe Vera and Chamomile to provide soothing relief for tender, chapped lips. Vitamin E protects and moisturises dry lips for a smooth, soft finish. The SPF 10 sunscreen makes this nourishing and protective lip balm an ideal choice to keep lips in perfect condition against the sun’s harmful rays throughout the year.

Blistex Classic Lip Protector is a true classic in a long line of effective, high quality and innovative, functional products in this premium lip care range, which includes the iconic DCT, one of South Africa’s favourite daily conditioning lip treatments. Blistex Classic Lip Protector is available at Clicks, Dischem, independent pharmacies and leading stores country-wide.

Two Lucky Readers will enjoy a hamper pack compliments from Blistex. To enter leave your name as a comment here by 29 May 2015 :) Winners to be announced via Nachi Facebookpage on 1st June2015….

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Black & Gold Satchel Bag – Winner Announcement

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Firstly, A BIG thank you to all the entries, without you a competition is never possible.

If green is colour – watch this space, as another fashion friendly item will be running in the next competition taking place very, very soon. Therefore, not to miss out add your email address to the ‘Sign up to the Blog’ to receive notifications.

I would like to Congratulate Cornell Botha, you have won yourself the gorgeous Black and Gold satchel bag :) Please email your details thru to info@nachi.co.za

 

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Black & Gold Satchel Bag ~ Competition Time

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Competition Rules

To win this gorgeous fashion statement bag, you need to complete at least one steps:

    1. Follow on Nachi Facebook Page – Like & Share the post
    2. Follow on Instagram – Nachiblog
    3. Follow on Twitter – Nachiblog
    4. Dont forget to leave a Comment with your name on this Blogpost, to confirm your entry….
  1. The draw is open to South African entrants only and must be aged 16 or over at the time of entry.
  2. Prize is not redeemable for cash.
  3. Only one winner will be drawn.
  4. The draw will close on Thursday, 7 May 2015.
  5. Winner will be announced on Friday, 8 May 2015
  6. In the event the winner fails to claim a prize within the time limit (14 days from and including the date of the draw) or is otherwise disqualified from the prize draw, that prize will be withdrawn and the entry will be void.
  7. Nachi Cape Town Blogger will accept no liability in relation to the competition, the prize or any entries.
  8. The winner will be required to send a picture of them and the prize and short review of the competition and prize as part of this entry. Failure to do this will exclude them from any future competitions.
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Kalila Belly Dance Studio Competition for YOU & a Friend

Belly dancing is an Art many women discover as lifestyle choice. This is available to women regardless of proportion, weight or age. It presents itself as a non-impact exercise, particularly great for those who are prone to or recovering from an injury. Many may be surprised that it may be beneficial for preventing osteoporosis. It also improves flexibility and is fantastic for muscle definition, especially in the abdominal area. A quick and easy six pack for Summer J  It instantly progresses your mood, giving you that relaxed feeling. It’s also helpful in relieving stress and is well-known for improving your balance and stability. Generally Belly-dancing is graceful, entertaining, rewarding and has loads of physical and mental benefits.
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I met up Carla “Kalila” Satram Belly Dance Performance Artist and owner of Kalila Belly Dance Studio, to find more about her dancing technique.
With me being me, I obviously had tons of questions for her. Have a look below at her responses to a few I asked her:
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1. How long have you been dancing? 
I have been belly dancing for the past 7 years.
2. Tell the readers why you are passionate about belly dancing. 
Belly dance is not only a form of exercise for me, but also a source of much needed soul food! When I dance, whether it is in my class, or on stage at an event, I am engulfed in all of it. My body and mind become one and I am instantly happier in those moments. That’s why I am so passionate about belly dance – it truly is a magical, captivating dance form that I believe can be beneficial to any and every woman!
 
3. What brought you to open up the school? 
It felt like a natural next step after training for many years and teaching a class at another school. I wanted to start my own belly dance brand as I feel I have something different to offer.
4. How can you describe a dance class with yourself and what can people expect when they come join up with you? 
My class is high energy – I make sure that students are getting drilled belly dance technique, but also hip hop elements, zumba-style sequences and a little bit of yoga in the warm up! I teach belly dance fusion, and I am working towards converting my class to belly dance hip hop. My performance style at events is belly dance hip hop / fusion.
5. Have you experimented with other dancing techniques? 
As a child I attended ballet classes for a few years, but I wasn’t the most graceful dancer! I have tried latin/ballroom dancing as well and I enjoyed it. But belly dance is definitely the dance form for me! I am a zumba junkie and I am currently dabbling with hip hop.
6. Do you have any advice for people wanting to peruse a career in belly dancing?  
My advice would be to make sure you have a solid foundation in training before you decide to start performing at events. Unfortunately a lot of students think that they can start performing after a year or even less. If you want to dance as a career, you need to be willing to work hard to make sure you are getting paid gigs. There is a lot of competition out there. Which is probably why most of the professional belly dancers have full time jobs.
7. Do you see a future for Belly Dancing in South Africa? 
Yes most definitely. Belly dance is growing rapidly in the country and its an exciting time for the dance community! There are so many different genres of belly dance in the country, and a booming of festivals and shows. We are also very lucky to have international belly dance instructors visit South Africa a few times a year to teach workshops.
If you would like to hear from and find out more about Kalila Belly Dance, you may contact via these links.
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kalila-Belly-Dance-Studio/1448332462102379?ref_type=bookmark
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Enter this AWESOME Competition via the NACHI FACEBOOK PAGE
Please note these lessons are available only in Plumstead, Cape Town – South Africa
The Winner will be announced on the 1st September.
The prize may not be exchanged for cash or redeemed by other than the prize winner.
If you do not claim your prize by 30 September, you will be automatically be fortified.
Nachi Cape Town blogger will NOT be liable for any damage or loss thereof.
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Infinity Fashion Jewellery ∞

      

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Infinity Bracelet

Infinity comes from the Latin word “infinitas,” meaning boundlessness This symbol is a huge fashion trend and a few people know of its derivative.

Wikipedia explain it in a nutshell: Infinity (symbol: ∞) is an abstract concept describing something without any limit and is relevant in a number of fields, predominantly mathematics and physics. The English word infinity derives from Latin infinitas, meaning “the state of being without finish”, and which can be translated as “unboundedness”, itself calqued from the Greek word apeiros, meaning “endless”.[1] In mathematics, “infinity” is often treated as if it were a number (i.e., it counts or measures things: “an infinite number of terms”) but it is not the same sort of number as the real numbers. In number systems incorporating infinitesimals, the reciprocal of an infinitesimal is an infinite number, i.e., a number greater than any real number. Georg Cantor formalized many ideas related to infinity and infinite sets during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In the theory he developed, there are infinite sets of different sizes (called cardinalities).[2] For example, the set of integers is countably infinite, while the infinite set of real numbers is uncountable.[3]

 

The infinity symbol is often understood as a indication of endless love or empowerment.  If you a fan of the current TV  series; Revenge, the symbol will grow on you. – Emily Thorn uses the infinity symbol as a memento to seek retribution against a family that ultimately sent her father to the grave.

Others may see the infinity as the circle of life, others may interpret it as a sign of eternity. It has so many different meanings for numerous people.

The infinity symbol is a much-loved tattoo especially amongst women like myself, an expression of endless and bountiful love as mom which I will forever share for my daughter.

A sign of the strong unbreakable bond between two people.

The infinity symbol will forever live and consequently the fashion world has accepted it. Infinity inspired Jewellery has a contemporary look. It is prevalent in both young and old. The designs come in Ready to wear funky, fun or elegant fashion pieces.

 

Infinity bracelets and necklaces has made the perfect gift for besties & lovers across the world. Next time you consider a gift for a loved one,  consider something exceptional like infinity symbol.

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McLaren Circus comes to Town

We would often drive pass the build-up at William Herbert sports grounds in Wynberg. This observation would grow our anticipation a little more each time we pass. Our little one was told stories about circus lions, tigers, elephants, snakes, trapeze acts, gymnastics, magic shows and cheeky the clowns and pleaded with us to go.

I do reminiscence of my childhood days, recalling the good times of the Boswell Wilkie Circus. These are good memories which will last a lifetime :) However, here and now is McLaren Circus, good old-fashion entertainment at our doorstep filled with lots of fun for whole family.

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McLaren Circus

McLaren Circus showcases both local and international performers.

The artists make their incredible acrobatics look so natural and effortless, but I am sure it requires lots of hard work and training. It will probably take me a decade, if not longer, to master all those moves. My nerves were finished as I kept gasping at the acts. I kept reminding my daughter not to try these stunts at home. My favorite act was the Dare-Devil, he really lives up to his wild and daring reputation. He is a definite must-see. I cannot publish details, as this would just spoil all the fun!

My eyes were closed for Python snake show. The sight of snakes just gives me cold shivers. These pythons looked so overweight and plump, I kept on thinking about how many rats were in their tummies.

After stuffing our mouths with an overload of popcorn and candy-floss during the impressive performance, the entire audience was privy to view the animals outside the circus arena. The kids could go for horse rides, feed a few animals and NO…we would not dare feed the lions.

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McLaren Circus

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McLaren Circus

Ticket prices are R110 – Ringside Chairs, R90 – Raised Chairs & R70 – Side Chairs. We opted for the raised seats at R90 per head, which were comfortable with a great overview of the circus ring.

SHOW TIMES:
Tuesday 25 March – Thursday 27 March @ 19:30
Friday 28 March and Saturday 29 March @ 15:00 & 19:30
Sunday 30 March @ 15:00
Tuesday 1 April – Saturday 5 April @ 15:00 & 19:30
Sunday 6 April @ 15:00

Visit their website http://www.mclarencircus.co.za | Telephonic Bookings: 082 747 5726 | Email Bookings: bookings@mclarencircus.co.za

Or check out their Facebook page by following this link – McLaren Facebook Page

I really hope to see the McLaren Circus soon with a brand new breath-taking show!

Here is your chance to get FREE tickets – share this post on your Facebook page and tag me to stand a chance to Win!

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Winner will be announced on Monday, 31 March 2014.

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