Christ’s Hospital, also called the Bluecoat School, Housey and CH, is an English coeducational independent day and boarding school with Royal Charter located in the Sussex countryside just south of Horsham in West Sussex, that follows much of public schools tradition.
It is a charity school, giving children from poorer backgrounds the chance to have a better education. The school was founded in the 16th century in Greyfriars, London and Ware, with the school moving in 1902 to its present location in West Sussex. A girls’ school was founded in Hertford which then merged with the boys’ school in the 1980s.’
The uniform is one of the School’s most public and enduring features. It is remarkable that in this age of rapidly-changing fashions, the outer long blue coat and distinctive yellow socks have remained virtually unchanged for over 460 years.
In recent years pupils have been given the opportunity to complete a survey expressing their opinions of the iconic Tudor uniform and the results have been overwhelmingly positive. The pupils see the uniform as “a very important part of the School’s history and heritage.”
“There’s a lot to fight for: Planned Parenthood, education, health care, jobs,” Clinton said in the video, published Wednesday. “Every issue is a women’s issue. So stand up, resist, run for office. Be a champion.”
During the election Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton got some much backlash from her response to a young woman in Minnesota who appears to challenge Clinton on whether she has a plan on addressing diversity of elected officials. Clinton said: “Why don’t you go run for something then…” . And on International Women’s Day, in a video posted on Snapchat. Hillary Clinton has again urged women to “resist” and assert themselves politically.
On Wednesday, she also commemorated International Women’s Day by retweeting a child’s note inviting a classmate to “join a club for female empowerment.”
Almost every woman likes to wear makeup, some do it when they have special occasions and other wear it almost everyday. Today we will show you a list of top African makeup artists in Ukraine touching and beautifying the faces of these beautiful women in Ukraine.
Aanuoluwa Akinsanya known as FACESBYAANU is a 4th year medical student at Vinnytsya National Medical University. Aanuoluwa Akinsanya resides in Lagos, Nigeria but studies in Vinnytsya Ukraine. This African make-up artist Aanuoluwa Akinsanya known as FACESBYAANU is also a beauty blogger here is a link to her blog “itsanuhere.com”.
FACESBYAANU said: “My love for make up started a while back about 4 years ago, a friend asked to give it a try so I did and I loved it. I am a self taught make-up artist. I learned by watching YouTube videos and practicing a lot. I look up to so many make up artists like Jackie aina , Toni Olaoye and patrickstarr just to mention a few.”
“What keeps me going as a makeup artist is how happy people feel after I’m done making them up and how much fun I have doing it.”
“As a makeup artist I’ve been able to build my brand and I’ve gotten so much more confident at putting myself out there. I had the opportunity to be the make-up artist for MISS AFRICA VINNYTSYA UKRAINE, which was a great experience.”
“In the future I do look forward to having my own cosmetic and skincare brand the whole 9 yards . I just want to encourage someone to go for it. Don’t be intimidated, beat the status quo! Be different and there is more than enough room for everyone.”
Whitney Wilson is a fourth year medical student at V.N KARAZIN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. The first born in a family of three children.
Whitney says: “MAKE-UP is something I have always been curious and passionate about. I started doing makeup non-officially since 2013, randomly just on friends and family basically, on occasion for birthdays, graduations and so on.
“I cant really say when or why i decided to focus on makeup, i just know i really love makeup..Sometimes i just see myself buying makeup products i don’t need, am sure it happens to a lot of us, I just love to see the genuine transformation from natural to glam so quick… You can be able to create so many beautiful looks with just one plain canvas,, i find it fascinating, and also i just love how happy and confident, beautiful it makes people.”
“The major challenge i can say about what i have observed and know about being a make up artist is lack of time to really focus mainly because of school. It is really difficult or going to be difficult combining school and being a make up artist because being a make up artist requires a lot of time, patience and creativity and that has been what has restricted me into fully being an official makeup artist.”
Whitney says her family accepts her doing makeup if it does not affect her school works: “I already have my family’s support as long as school doesn’t gets neglected.”
“Here is what Whitney said to encourage anyone who wants to be a makeup artist: “The major thing i can say to anyone trying to be a make up artist is to be determined and have a lot patience and hard-work too because as they say hard work really pays.”
She further said: “And to never stop practicing, because as you keep practicing, it gets easier and it becomes almost perfect, there’s no right or wrong. And also try to get the exact look your client wants or make sure they are comfortable and satisfied with the finished look.”
“Don’t let anyone try to discourage you especially when they say everyone wants to be a makeup artist, but if it is something you really have passion for then don’t let anyone to stop you.”
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Emmanuela Onyinye Udemba is a second year medical student of Zaporozhye State Medical University, the first child from a family of 7 children. Emmanuela’s father is from Anambra, Nigeria and her mother from AkwaIbom, Nigeria.
“My interest for makeup began in 2015 (summer break). I didn’t go back to Nigeria, so I wanted to make good use of the break. I would come across some makeup videos on YouTube and I liked the transformation I was seeing, so I took it upon myself to watch as many makeup videos I could in a day.”
“Before then, I never knew anything about makeup, the only makeup i knew was powder and lipgloss ( I was practically an amateur in that field) and this was because my mum never showed any interest in makeup, I just took after her.”‘
“After watching a couple of videos, I started practicing on myself, though the outcomes were funny and crazy but I still kept pushing. First year of uni started and watching at least one video a day became a daily routine, I also started practicing on my friends and from there I improved.”
“My makeup career officially started in September 2016 with it’s name ‘ElaRose Makeover’. I didn’t have a specific reason why I wanted to do makeup, but as I said earlier, I just wanted to make good use of the summer break and LOVE happened.”
“Motivation for me comes from the feedbacks i get from clients, family, supportive friends and other good makeup works I come across. The most important thing that keeps me going as a makeup artist is the fact that my clients love and appreciate what I do. I’ve provided my services to all the contestants that participated in ‘Miss Culture Ukraine 2016’, I’ve worked with Miss culture 2015, also worked with Miss culture 2016, I’ve worked with a bride from the US, worked with a lot of ladies in my city and I hope to work with other people pretty soon.”
“I feel good making ladies up, just being able to change someone’s look makes me feel accomplished. One major challenge as a makeup artist in Ukraine is finding it difficult to purchase makeup brands for women of color as they are not made available.”
“As a student, combining makeup and uni has not been so easy, but I still try to deliver the best. I get good comments and appreciation not only from the ladies but from the gents and also photographers.”
“In the future, I hope to learn more about makeup, to be able to work in line with makeup trends as it advances and to grow rapidly.
My advice goes out to those who are aspiring to become makeup artists,
1. If you love it and have passion for it, do it. 2. Practice makes perfect(learn new tips everyday). 3. Do not entertain negative vibes if you want to grow. 4. Learn to be calm, understanding, patient and tolerant as you do not personally know many people you’ll be working with. 5. Just do you! Follow me on IG: @elarosemakeover: @airmarh”
Nneka Ezeanya is a 21 year old Nigerian makeup artist and a third year nursing student studying at Ternopil State Medical University Ukraine.
Here is what Makeupbynneka said about how she began her makeup career: “I started doing makeup non-officially in July 2014 and officially at the last months of the year 2015. My makeup journey began because i really wanted to know what i was good at and by God’s grace i discovered myself. It took loads and lots of practicing for me to get to where i am today.”
“Being a makeup artist has it’s pros and cons but what really keeps me going is the reaction and expression of gratitude from every client i encounter. The happiness and joy that radiates through them is basically my motivation.
As a makeup artist, ive organized different makeup seminars, masterclasses and i’ve also been privileged to work in music videos, weddings and fashion shows with some amazing individuals.”
“One of the major challenges I encountered as an upcoming makeup artist here in Ukraine was finding makeup products for my melanin queens but with time I got a hang of it.”
“Been a makeup artist and a medical student is just about prioritizing and scheduling your time properly. Basically having a calendar and a schedule book will keep you on track.”
Makeupbynneka advises upcoming makeup artists: “My word of advice for any makeup lover or upcoming makeup artists is just to keep on going, practicing and step out of your comfort zone. And also dont see anyone as a competition because i know we makeup artists are everywhere “lol😂” but see that as a motivation to be the very best at what you do. Practicing and dedication is basically all you need to perfect your craft. ‘If you wanna be the very best at what you do, obsessing is a necessity’”
As a makeup artist Adedire Adetoun is known as Detounified or [email protected], Adedire Adetoun is a 6th year medical student of V.N Karazin National University.
See makeup artist Adedire Adetoun also known as Detounified:
Detounified said: “I started make-up unofficially around march 20, 2016. I then, officially started my make-up business on april 3rd 2016.”
Detounified further said that: “I love cosmetics generally and I’ve always wanted to have my own cosmetic brand, so I decided to start as a makeup artist to learn about different products and effects on skin, also to know the professional application of these products. Later on I’ll attend a cosmetology school and be trained as a beauty entrepreneur.”
“My future goal is to grow a large cosmetic brand. I look up to brands like M.A.C, makeup forever and L’Oreal. I have a vision and I see where I desire to be in the future, that’s my motivation.”
“I enjoy my job as a makeup artist, I get to appreciate the details and variations of individual facial structures, God’s masterpiece. Also the “surprised” look I get from my clients after their transformation is just interesting.”
“My major challenge is editing pictures, because the makeup looks so good I want to make sure the pictures do it justice. Also, combining my business with school isn’t very easy, especially for me now in my final year. I just usually trust God to guide me in wisdom and right planning.”
“My priority is to satisfy my clients (few pictures are below). So far, I’ve been receiving great feedbacks from my clients. Some would even buy me gifts just as a “thank you”. I usually feel so encouraged to put in my best continuously, I appreciate every one of my Clients.”
“My advice to other aspiring makeup artists is simple “If you love it , go for it” be persistent and perfect your craft. To see more of my works you can add me up on Instagram- @detounified , facebook- Adetoun Adedire”
Fasinu Priscillia is a 5th year medical student of V.N Karazin Kharkiv national university, Ukraine. Prissie (as she is mostly called) was born to a family with 4 children. She is a native of Lagos state (badagry).
Fash_Prissie says: “If I’m to describe myself, I’d say I’m a fun-loving, unpredictable, self-motivated person.”
Fash_Prissie talks about when she began doing makeup: “I started doing makeup on myself as far back as I can remember (even if I wasn’t so good at it).but officially, I’d say I started doing makeup in 2013 after going to a makeup school (tints BEAUTY PRO SCHOOL) OWNED by Lamide ojo
Fash_Prissie tells us why she decided to be a makeup artist: “I wouldn’t say I decided to be a Makeup artist, it just happened that my university at that time had accreditation issues and since my parents didn’t want me to stay idle, they advised I learn a Handcraft. plus I used to be an ardent reader of makeup blogs like That Igbo chick, Makeup tales, Stella’s addiction, dammyrouge and I remember I liked the whole makeup enhancement/transformation paparazzi. (so let’s just say all these put together, influenced my decision to go to a makeup school).”
Fash_Prissie says her motivation: “Aside family and amazing friends and clients I’ve been blessed with, I’d say one thing that motivates me is the fact that I know I can always be better, that’s why I’m constantly working on myself, challenging myself and believing in myself.”
Fash_Prissie talks about how it feels like for her working as a makeup artist with people in Ukraine: “I won’t say it’s been all rosy working in Ukraine, but one thing has been constant, ‘God’s faithfulness’ and also thanks to amazing clients and business brands who make its all worth it.”
Fash_Prissie tells her challenge as a makeup artist in Ukraine: “The major challenge would definitely be not being able to walk into any drugstore to get makeup products for W.O.C (but the good thing is that we now have few online stores that cater to dark skin women).”
And how she is able to combine makeup artistry with school: ” Well, let’s just say I try not to get too carried away and then forget my sole purpose for being in this country.”
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Also the remarks she got from people about the makeup she does: “To be honest, it’s been amazing. Nothing makes me happier than seeing the smile on my clients’ faces when I’m done working on them, plus when they refer other clients, pure blisssss…”
Fash_Prissie says her parents are cool with her doing makeup and advises aspiring makeup artist: “My advice to any aspiring makeup artist/ makeup enthusiast would be ‘you shouldn’t stop learning, keep investing in yourself and craft’ and always remember to be your own kind of beautiful.
You can find Fash_Prissie on: Facebook- fash priscillia. Instagram- fash_prissie. Twitter- fash_prissie. Snapchat- fash_prissie. Email- [email protected]
Doyinsola Adebayo is a makeup artist and the CEO of Euodóo Beauty. Doyinsola Adebayo is a 2nd year Anesthesiology resident in Zaporoz and the first Child of her parents. She was born in Lagos, Nigeria and grew up there, although she is originally from Ogun State.
Doyinsola says: “Makeup for me began as a passion. Started ‘fondling’ with makeup in high school. Officially… can’t say but I decided to take it more seriously mid last year. I’m driven by my love for creativity, art and beauty.”
“My major accomplishment is my growth so far. Not being where I was a couple of years ago is so fulfilling.”
“I’ve had the privilege to work with a fashion and clothing line for their lookbook , a couple of style shoots, wth
Can’t say I’ve really had any form of challenge in Ukraine. My major challenge used to be believing that I had more than enough to make it happen.”
She also said that: “Combining Makeup and the Medical career in Ukraine isn’t so much of a challenge giving the fact that it isn’t so tedious to study medicine here. Like I said earlier… the reaction after I’m done with the ‘magic’ is almost always more than I anticipated it to be..”
“The future is my playground, where I can have the best of both worlds….The OR and the Studio. Truth is… whatever your dream is, it’s not too absurd or inappropriate. Make it happen!!”
Kolawole Ayomide Henriett is a 5th year medical student of the prestigious V.N Karazin National University. She is a Nigerian from Osun state, and the only girl amidst three graceful young men in a family of six.
Ayomide says: “I’m a Jesus lover and everything about Him thrills me. I consider myself a people person, simple and easy going. Singing is a part of my life as it came naturally, but I thrive to get better on a daily basis. Makeup is another hobby I have grown to enjoy.
“I’ve always had a thing for makeup right from my highschool days (probably because I grew up watching my aunt apply makeup almost everyday) but I was never privileged to attend any formal training to improve my knowledge nor grow my passion about it, so I resolved at self-training. I did this for years by watching few makeup videos and following makeup blogs (with terrible internet service), until I was privileged to travel out of Nigeria in January of 2013 where I eventually had free internet access to uninterrupted video streaming.”
“There and then, I realized I still had a long way to go and so much more to learn. It got all confusing at first, because there were so many tools and makeup brushes used in youtube videos, so I had to study through and resolved in my heart I was going to learn from scratch and get better at it.”
“I grew from watching videos alone and started applying my little knowledge of makeup on friends for free and as time went by, I challenged myself to move from my comfort zone and got referrals to my first few customers. This in itself improved my confidence and skill because it did not take long for me to realize it’s different makeup style for different face types and skin tones.”
“So I would have studied my client’s face and have a mental picture of how I will love the makeup to turn out way before they are seated.”
“Fast-forward to 2016, I got nominated to be amongst the makeup artists that would glam up runway models at the Miss Africa Ukraine Contest, so each makeup artist was assigned to a contestant. I reluctantly took the offer because I didn’t think I was ready to take up a challenge of that magnitude since her (the contestant) winning was solely dependent on everything she looked/appeared like. I prayed about it and told God I wanted this, told my friends as well. Everyone encouraged me to go for it, so I did.”
“I won the competition and so did my contestant (Haifa Yasser) I couldn’t contain my joy, there and then I was officially certified a makeup artist. Quality they say dont advertise itself, as the competition created a huge platform for me.”
“Immediately after the competition, calls started rolling in, new and old clienteles booked in their numbers for a session with me which almost got overwhelming at some point, but I was extremely grateful I have been able to master my craft and my hardwork eventually paid off. All these happened so fast but I had no official name, so I resolved to my instagram handle (@mz_mannie04). But I will be re-branding very soon and officially have a business name.”
“I have been privileged to makeup for a lot of people with different skin tones here in Ukraine.”
I see myself growing in this beautiful craft of bringing smile to faces and achieving much more by God’s special grace. My advice to aspiring makeup artists will be to believe in yourself, improve on yourself and be committed for where opportunity meets preparation, success is inevitable!!
See Makeup done by jasmines_glam
jasmines_glam is another good makeup artist see her works below:
See Makeup done by Folawe_
See Folawemimo Arogundade also known as @Folawe_ in this picture below:
AMSA the African Medical Student association of V.N Karazin Kharkiv National University, will celebrate the 4th edition of their annual cultural day event. This will take place on the 10th of march at the main building of V.N Karazin Kharkiv national university.
The address for the event is Freedom Square 4, Kharkiv region, 61000 in English and in Russian (майдан Свободи, 4, Харків, Харківська область, 61000).
The theme of the cultural day ‘Akwaaba’ meant our heritage, our future, our pride. ‘Akwaaba’ is a language from west Africa Ghana it means welcome.
AMSA said the cultural day: “Is to make people understand our culture, emulate it and making it unique because we are the pride of Africa in the future. You can improve on that and make it big and informative.”
Invitation to ‘AKWAABA’ is open to any and everyone in Ukraine, not only to African and non-African students from V.N Karazin but also to students from other Universities within Ukraine and residents of Ukraine.
AMSA promises that there will be entertainment like poem, dance, drama, games, music from all around Africa, spoken words, karaoke night(African oldies), variety of foods, red carpet, and other suspense and intriguing stuff.
The time for the event is 4pm prompt. For more information about ‘AKWAABA’, you can contact +380933063194, +38063389711, +380631651167.
It comes after the US failed to agree visa-free travel for citizens of five EU countries – Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Poland and Romania – as part of a reciprocity agreement. US citizens can normally travel to all countries in the bloc without a visa.
The vote urges the revocation of the scheme within two months, meaning Americans will have to apply for extra documents for 12 months after the European Commission implements a “delegated act” to bring the change into effect.
The Commission discovered three years ago that the US was not meeting its obligations under the reciprocity agreement but has not yet taken any legal action. The latest vote, prepared by the civil liberties committee and approved by a plenary session of parliament, gives the Commission two months to act before MEPs can consider action in the European Court of Justice.
Australia, Brunei, Japan and Canada were also failing in their obligations, but all four have lifted, or are soon to lift, any visa restrictions on travel for EU citizens.
The Commission is legally obliged to act to suspend the visa waiver for Americans, but the European Parliament or the Council of the European Union have the chance to object to the “delegated act” it uses to do so.
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One police officer killed, the second officer and the suspect injured at Whitter’s shootout.
Two Police Department Officers near Colima Road and Mar Vista Street at Whitter responding to the scene of a traffic collision were getting out of their vehicle about 8 a.m. on Monday morning; when a gang member driving a stolen car opened fire with a semi-automatic pistol.
Authorities said that one of the police officers died and another officer was wounded during the shootout with a suspected gang member. Lt. John Corina from the Sheriff department said: “The wounded suspect was a known gang member”.
The incident, which also left a suspect injured, occurred around 8:30 a.m. in the area of Colima Road and Mar Vista Street in Whittier, the Sheriff’s Department said in a news release.
The two officers and wounded suspect were taken to the hospital, where one officer was pronounced dead. The other wounded officer and the suspect are in stable condition.
Restaurant Brands International Inc (QSR.TO), the owner of Burger King and Tim Hortons fast-food chains, is buying Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen (PLKI.O) for $79 per share, or $1.8 billion in cash. The offer price represents a 27% premium. The deal will be financed with cash and a loan from JPMorgan and Wells Fargo.
The deal is a bet by Oakville, Ontario-based Restaurant Brands that it can use its international reach to introduce Popeyes’ Louisiana-style fried chicken and buttermilk biscuits to more diners globally.
Tim Hortons Inc. known as Tim Hortons Cafe and Bake Shop is a multinational fast food restaurant based in Canada, known for its coffee and doughnuts. Whereas Burger King is a well-known fast-food chain that makes grilled burgers, fries & shakes and breakfast.
The CEO of Restaurant Brands International Daniel Schwartz said in a statement that: “Popeyes is a powerful brand with a rich Louisiana heritage that resonates with guests around the world. With this transaction, RBI is adding a brand that has a distinctive position within a compelling segment and strong US and international prospects for growth.”
Restaurant Brands International is a Canadian multinational that was formed when Burger King merged with Tim Hortons in 2014.
Restaurant Brands International in a large percentage is owned by the Brazilian private-equity firm 3G Capital, led by billionaire Jorge Paulo Lemann. The firm is also a top investor at Kraft Heinz, which last week attempted to merge with Unilever.
One of Katy Perry’s backing dancers fell off the stage during her performance at the Brit Awards 2017. The backing dancer was dressed as a white house. The backing dancer probably missed some few steps mistakenly slipped and plunged into the crowd; when the US singer was showcasing her new single Chained to the Rhythm.
A certain audience member Reece Jordan Doonan captured a short video of how the backing dancer fell off stage at Brit 2017 and shared it on Twitter with the caption: “OH MY GOD! Demolition on stage for Katy Perry.” It was also recorded by ‘the Guardian’, ‘Telegraph’ and many other news websites and audiences.
Social media users questioned whether the background performer was “the left shark” from the 32-year-old’s Super Bowl performance in 2015 when a dancer dressed as a shark became out of sync. They were quick to name the unbalanced dancer the “new Left Shark”, after one of Perry’s dancers from her 2015 Super Bowl performance famously forgot their moves while dressed as a shark, and became an internet sensation in the process.
The U.S. pop singer delivered a political statement with her performance of “Chained to the Rhythm,” with support from Skip Marley, rows of lit-up miniature houses and a pair of giant skeletons decked out in outfits similar to those worn by U.S. president Donald Trump and U.K. prime minister Theresa May.
Mino Raiola jokingly said they are going to cut Balotelli’s tongue out in order to prevent another negative incident after Balotelli insulted referee Tony Chapron in English.
Balotelli’s agent Mino Raiola has told RMC that the ideal solution after Mario Balotelli’s latest red card – is cutting out his tongue.
“I have already found the solution – we are going to cut his tongue out,” Raiola, Balotelli’s agent, said to RMC.
“To play football, you don’t need a tongue, so we are going to cut it out.
“Seriously though, he knows he made a big mistake – he has no excuses and it is something he knows he has to improve.
“He is sad for himself and the team.”
Balotelli received his third red card of the season during Nice’s 1-0 victory at Lorient last Saturday for swearing at referee Tony Chapron during the win at Lorient last weekend, this will be the second red card of his Ligue 1 career so far.
Tony Chapron revealed he dismissed the striker because he had insulted him in English, saying the phrase was “something classical”.
The incident came at a bad time for Balotelli after he was recently criticized by some of his own team-mates for a perceived lack of effort, with Raiola joking he was ready to take drastic action to prevent another negative incident.
The 35 year old also a father of three Brian Vigneault, spent approximately 22 hours playing the online wargame “World of Tanks” on a streaming platform Twitch.tv.
After telling his followers watching him play the game that he was raising money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The gamer playing with the nickname ‘PoShYbRiD’ early Sunday stood up from his computer to take a smoke break never to appear on the screen again.
Virginia Beach police said they responded to a 911 call for cardiac arrest. Vigneault was pronounced dead at the scene. The medical examiner’s office have claimed that the cause and manner of his death still remains under investigation.
Gebauer, Vigneault’s friend in Canada, described Vigneault as a funny and sarcastic, someone whose anger at the game was as entertaining as he was. He told his friends he used to work as an auto mechanic, she said, and loved his three children.
Gebauer said Vigneault appeared to take enough breaks to prevent a blood clot during the marathon. She said he even took one of his kids to soccer practice.
“I have a hard time believing that streaming for so long was the cause of his death specifically,” she said. “But at the same time, I know it wasn’t good for him.”
Vigneault’s Twitch profile says he had raised nearly $11,000 for various charities during his five-year streaming career.
Make-A-Wish spokesman Josh deBerge told The Associated Press in an email that the organization is “looking into whether or not Brian had entered into any agreements, whether formally or informally, related to his fundraising efforts.”
Gebauer is now the administrator of a GoFundMe page set up for Vigneault’s children. As of Friday evening, it had raised more than $17,000.