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Siyasisanda Kleinbooi - Larena

My name is Siya Kleinbooi-Larena, but you can call me Sia. I am a fashion stylist who wants to see ordinary people looking good and feeling good in what they are wearing and getting compliments at the same time. I am a fashion editor of BEATMagazineSA, and I love travelling, shopping and seeing my husband and son happy

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Men have cracked lips too, it is not quit often we see guys taking a lip therapy to wear. Many guys have different interpretation when it comes to guys wearing ointment in the lips. But the fact remains winter arrives and it s not a nice picture to speak to a guy with cracked lips. So guys please take care of those lips.

Here are 5 lip balms just for you.

 1. Skin Management for Men Hydrating Lip Balm SPF15 R39

2. Nivea for Men Active Care Lip Balm R 21

3. Zambuk Ointment R6.90

4. Labello Lip Balm for Men Active Care R18.99

5. Lip Ice Men Active R21.90

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Winter has arrived and you have to take of those hands. See the 5 hands creams to choose from and you can keep them in your handbag, locker or even at your work desk in order to keep those hands soft.

1.NIVEA Hand Intensive Nourishing Cream  75 ml R29

2.Johnson & Johnson’s 24Hr Moisture Hand Cream  75 mlR29

3.Yves Rocher 100% Organic Shea Butter Intense Repair Concentrate 45 ml R184.95

4.African Extracts Rooibos Anti-Ageing Hand & Nail Cream  50 ml R37.95

5.Avon Hand Cream 75ml  R29

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It is kind of interesting when June starts and we all run to the hair salons or book laGirlyasekuhlaleni to braid your hair for R80. It can be normal braids Hot Water Braids ,Twist  or Yaki braids, a short bob braids. Maybe the braids keep us warm or maybe  because braids are easy to handle and take care off or they are just convenient for winter.

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