Tuesday, November 9, 2010



November 20, 2010 – In eight countries around the globe, hundreds of established women
leaders will be matched with young professionals to engage in dialogue as they walk through
neighborhoods and city streets to discuss their challenges and goals for the future.
This series of events, Vital Voices’ Global Women’s Mentoring Walk Initiative, builds on the
success of pilot mentoring walks hosted across Eurasia, Latin America, North Africa and Sub‐
Saharan Africa in 2008 and 2009. The mentoring walks originated as a direct outcome of the
FORTUNE/U.S. State Department Global Women Leaders Mentoring Partnership in collaboration
with Vital Voices.
The annual public‐private partnership brings international businesswomen to the United States
for leadership and skills training, networking and a three‐week mentorship with one of
FORTUNE’s most powerful women executives. The concept for the initiative derives from
American media icon, Founder and former CEO of Oxygen Media, Geraldine Laybourne, who
launched mentoring walks to empower young women professionals in New York City and across
the United States. Attributing much of her own success in the American entertainment industry
to mentoring, Ms. Laybourne stated: “Why is it that so many of us did well? Because we had a
mentoring outlook. We helped each other along.”
Dedicated members of the Vital Voices Global Leadership Network will invest in the next
generation of women’s leadership by organizing mentoring walk events in Argentina, Ecuador,
Egypt, Ghana, Indonesia, Nigeria, Serbia, Swaziland and Uganda. Each walk is organized by
women leaders locally and tailored to fit the particular needs of each locale. Vital Voices staff
will have a presence at several mentoring walk events and Geraldine Laybourne will participate
as a featured guest in Argentina. Together, the walks underscore the value of women’s
leadership and exemplify the transformative impact women have when they act in solidarity to
promote positive change.
For more information, contact Vital Voices Global Programs Manager, Alyson Wise, by phone at
(212) 998‐7555 or by email at alysonwise@vitalvoices.org.
Vital Voices Global Partnership
Vital Voices Global Partnership is the preeminent non‐governmental organization (NGO) that
identifies, trains and empowers emerging women leaders and social entrepreneurs around the
globe, enabling them to create a better world for us all. Its international staff and team of over
1,000 partners, pro bono experts and leaders, including senior government, corporate and NGO
executives, have trained and mentored more than 8,000 emerging women leaders from over
127 countries in Asia, Africa, Eurasia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East
since 1997. These women have returned home to train and mentor more than 500,000
additional women and girls in their communities. Vital Voices’ mission is to identify, invest in
and bring visibility to extraordinary women around the world by unleashing their leadership
potential to transform lives and accelerate peace and prosperity in their communities.
FORTUNE/U.S. State Department Global Women's Mentoring Partnership
Since 2006, the U.S. State Department, FORTUNE Most Powerful Women's Summit and Vital
Voices have annually engaged in a public‐private partnership to provide international emerging
women leaders in business the opportunity to develop their leadership, management and
business skills through the FORTUNE/U.S. State Department Global Women's Mentoring
Partnership. This unique program combines the leadership, business and communication
training with networking and professional development and a working mentorship program that
enables emerging women business leaders around the globe to spend a month in the U.S. to
enhance their capabilities and propel their careers forward. Top American female executives —
FORTUNE's Most Powerful Women — mentor these emerging leaders to support them in their
professional growth.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


Hello All!
Hope you are all good.
I’ m sure you can remember my post on the Idea Builders mentoring Walk? 
We are currently calling for volunteers to be part of us in the walk which I
will be flagging off in Delta state.
Remember that the date is 20th November, 2010.
You can send confirmation as part of our volunteers
to pa@houseoftara.com or call Alex Ighoro on 0803 348 6720. 
Registration is N200. 
Thank you for always supporting me!

Saturday, October 9, 2010


Here are some inspiring words from a Friend and I believe it is apt that I share this with you, considering that we are in wonderful times. Enjoy!:
Many businesses are struggling during the current economic downturn and employees are becoming increasingly fearful of being laid off as their work hours are cut back and raises are put on hold. Without question, morale is shaky in this environment!

While money might have been the usual motivator, effective managers need to focus on alternative methods of motivating their staff. King Solomon gave us a key principle when he wrote, “A workers appetite works for him, for his hunger urges him on” (Proverbs 16:26 NASB).

We need to understand the different appetites of our employees, and then endeavor to feed that appetite.

Genuine praise is a great motivator. Solomon wrote, “Like apples of gold in setting of silver is a word spoken in the right circumstances” (Proverbs 25:11 NASBN). Each person will bring different strengths to the job. Understand the strengths of each person and then look for examples of excellent work and offer genuine praise in response to that work.

A store manager noticed one clerk was exceptional at organizing the shelves and made a point of offering encouragement each time. Another clerk was a very good listener with customer’s questions and effectively offered solutions. The positive reinforcement to both of these clerks was a great motivator.

Praise should be specific. The more specific the praise, the more likely we are to get more of that great performance in the future. One store manager said to a clerk, “When that customer asked about a blood pressure measuring device, you asked several good qualifying questions, listened to the answers, and then offered two excellent choices at different price levels. I know the customer was pleased. Good job.”

Timely praise is also important. King Solomon said, “Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but the desire fulfilled is the tree of life” (Proverbs 13:12 NASB). A “thank you for straightening up the merchandise on the shelf” or a “you handled that very difficult, angry customer very well” is most effective if you say it right after it happened. The longer you wait, the less effective and less sincere the praise will be.

Create a variety of work. Another motivator for many employees is having a variety of tasks. Ask you staff to share their interests and desires. Find out what excites them.

A toy store owner learned that one of his employees had a keen interest in children’s books, so the owner gave the employee a crack at ordering several books she thought would be good sellers. The employee was excited to be part of the ordering process.

In another example, a sales assistant expressed interest in having direct contact with customers. The manager agreed to migrate several customer relationships to the assistant as a trial. The assistant enjoyed the new responsibilities and over time, was promoted as a sales associate.

Maintain your integrity. Solomon also taught, “He who speaks right is loved” (Proverbs 16:13 NASB). During difficult times we must maintain our integrity. When discussing how the business is doing with your employees, be honest. Your job is not to spread panic or malaise, but to bring in everyone as part of your solution. If staff hours need to be reduced, talk with your colleagues about the reality and ask them to work with you. Telling employees on Friday that no layoffs are planned, and then dismissing three people on Monday, will sap your credibility and the morale of your staff.

Be of good cheer. Nobody likes a sourpuss. Solomon observed, “A cheerful heart has a continual feast” (Proverbs 15:15 NASB). Regardless of how difficult and challenging our situation, we need to focus on keeping our attitude upbeat and professional. If we start dragging, everyone around us will start dragging.

Using non-monetary motivation techniques will be critical as we work through the current hard times. King Solomon said, “Good news puts fat on the bones” Proverbs 15:30 NASAB), so give prompt specific praise, communicate honestly, and keep your attitude positive. By doing so, you will be putting fat on the bones of others and keeping your business moving forward.

Great Business week ahead!

Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Idea Builders Initiative is a non-profit economic development organization that helps enterprising women and young people to utilize livelihood opportunities, enhance their personal productivity and break the cycle of poverty in Nigeria.

This Sunday, we had a fantastic time, at the Mentors cocktail, where our mentees came in a well. it was fun i must say.

If you did not know, or you probably forgot, November is almost here and the Mentoring Walk is around the corner.

The objective of the walk is to pair Aspiring and Emerging Women leaders with Established Leaders, and get the firsthand opportunity to learn from them, while WALKING!

For More information on how you can participate, please visit:http://ideabuilders.org/mentoringwalk.html

Monday, September 20, 2010

Beauty Party

This is another 1st from House of Tara.
Have your makeup party in our studio
with music, cameras...the whole works.
Bring in your friends (minimum of 3)
and get free makeup sessions.
Get the pampering you desire and deserve.
You could call 0802 292 2922 for more enquiries.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Quote from FD's Maximizing your Profits

September 11, 2010- The day when your Nigerian Heroes were equipped with the vital tool to change the Future of our Great Nation- Nigeria.

Words were sown as seeds from Fela Durotoye, a man with the vision to groom
the Generation Empowered, Motivated and Starred to operate with National Excellence:
Here are some Nuggets for you.

- Don't sell Products; sell what every woman will consider important (Beauty)
- Profit=Sales- Cost of Sale (Be Cost-Concious)
- Sell an Experience; The Experience is the Memory that is taken away from the Encounter
- Increase your maintenance and reduce your replacement

If you jump up you must come down.
If you climb up you can come down.
If You Grow Up You Stay Up.

Words are seeds sown. Let them germinate on fertile ground.
Don't ignore knowledge.

Monday, September 6, 2010


We had wonderful momentswith our esteemed beauty reps and makeup artistes. One held in Abuja, 2 Reps' Session in Lagos and 1 Session for Makeup Artistes.

The Focus was on 'Managing your Money and your Relationships' facilitated by a Wonderful Man and a blessing to Our Generation to build people that will
make Nigeria a better place to live in. Yes! You know him; He's my dearest and lovely hubby,
Fela Durotoye.
For you my loyal readers, i would put in some Nuggets so you won't be left out of the fun.

- A millionaire is not someone who can produce a million naira; It is someone who has the idea to produce millions over and over.
- Wealth is a mindset that produces a lifestyle that produces riches.

In choosing a partne, look out for the following qualities.
- Family, Friends, Field, Fitness, ...( Please click on the links provided for more)

Mr. Fantastic Part 1

Mr. Fantastic Part 2

Mr. Fantastic Part 3

Friday, August 6, 2010

Programs for the Month of August

14th- Beauty Rep’s Workshop (Northern Region)

17th- Managing your Money and Relationship
Makeup Artist’s Soft Skill Training with Fela Durotoye
21st- Beauty Rep Workshop (Lagos)
Seminar with Fela Durotoye

28th- Beauty Rep Workshop (Port-Harcourt)

28th- Makeup School Workshop (Abuja, Ikeja and V/I)

4th (Sept)- Makeup School Workshop (Abuja, Ikeja and V/I) Pt.2

Wednesday, July 21, 2010


I promised you we would show you more on our 2009 most valuable beauty Representative. Here it is!
We spent the day with a wonderful and filling breakfast at Robert’s Café,
Spent a fantastic time in the Cinemas…
And Relaxing time in the Spa: Monae

 You’d be wondering,’ how can I be a part of this life- transforming and financially empowering venture.

Well, here is your answer:
We currently have 4 packages from which you can choose from:

Premium N15, 000

Classic N25, 000

Platinum N35, 000

Diamond N50, 000

These amounts will entitle you to receive some quantities of our products which you can resell and make profit margins of 65% and above.
Please log onto our website www.houseoftara.com and avail yourself of the opportunity to have a look at some of the products in our range. Once you sign up you will be given a range of our products to market, but for subsequent orders you are allowed to choose what specific products to buy.
You can make payment at any GTBank branch in Nigeria into our Orekelewa Account. Please note that you will also need to add pay an additional amount for your order to be sent by courier if you are outside Lagos. Alternatively if you are based in Lagos you can visit our outlets at 9A Oko- Awo Close, Opposite Eko Hotel, Victoria Island or22A Omotayo Ojo Street, Off Allen Avenue By Oshopey Bus Stop, Ikeja to make payment and pick up your products.
Please call Muyiwa on 080 2292 2921 if there are any issues that require further clarification.

Thursday, July 15, 2010


It was a fantastic day last week Wednesday, when I was privileged to be on one of Nigeria's hihgly acclaimed inspiring TV program. It is a talk show with a difference that is positively driven to show the world that Nigeria (and Africa) is not a dark continent but one that is vast and rich with diverse but unique cultures and talent.

I was a guest on the MADE IN AFRICA segment.

It  showcases the unique minds of the African continent who have against the odds, established businesses in Africa, for the World.
The spotlight was on our fruity fragrance: BE INSPIRED

Catch the next episode of Moments with Mo on Sunday on  African  Magic by 7pm and other local stations.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010


Did you know that for your Mascara to last longer, it begins with you?

People keep saying that their Mascaras have dried up long before they have had time to enjoy it. Well, here is a way that work:

Avoid pumping air into the Mascara tube. Every time we try taking more Mascara on the applicator, we forcefully push in the applicator (or wand) back in the tube and this sends in air that gets trapped in the tube and this trapped air dries up our mascaras faster.

The ideal way to get ore Mascara on the wand is to twist the wand into the tube. this way, less air is trapped in.

Voila! Now you know.

Enjoy your Mascaras a little longer.

Saturday, July 10, 2010


I started the day with a visit to the Paley Media centre where, we met the founder, Michelle Paley. She was for many years, an anchor woman for PBS. She introduced herself and gave a few of the women the opportunity to ask questions about the relevance of the media as emerging business leaders and how we can or have used this tool to promote our interest. Some of the ladies in the group had experience as either TV show hosts like Irene from Tanzania or Dudu from South Africa who is a regular columnist in the several leading magazines in her country. They were a few of us whose backgrounds did not permit them to speak to the press, the Lawyer from Ubizstan. There was an interesting question from Nana of Ghana on how to use the media other than through paid adverts.

A few things learnt, apart from taking great pictures and being inspired yet again by a powerful woman,

Explaining why the media is so expensive;she explained it’s a case of supply and demand.The number of media houses are limited as compared to the people who will like to be featured either on tv,radio or print. Everyone would like to be on TV and in the print media, but it’s not sufficient to meet everyone.As long as its not sufficient as we all know,a premium will always be asked for.

The much awaited visit to Google.
It started with a presentation on the best way to answer questions when you are being interviewed on television, what color and patterns would be suitable and the effect, the best way to respond to questions that tilt towards being controversial, the art of bridging and flagging and most of all, prepare what your message should be and how to ensure the message is re-enforced through out the interview, how to re-enforce and remember it’s your interview; you have the power to determine the turn out.

I see why its the best place to work.

OMG! The ambiance of the cafe has been famous for being colorful and friendly to enhance creativity with scooters,members bringing in their dogs to work. We were received by the Head of Media for Google and YouTube who had working a experience with a background in traditional media with Time Inc. ahead of joining Google. She was tall, good-looking, and stylish in her black attire and fit the profile of a Google employee I had imagined.

Prem, a program Director gave live tutorials on maximizing Google tools to make working easier. I learnt that you can generate survey reports and graphs using Google(hey i learnt something, document was done,edited and shared on goggle document), you type in English and it can be translated to all of the world’s most spoken languages with even a voice over(isn't that so cool!). The search engine and data sorting was one of the most amazing things I learnt. Google is truly making the world an easier place to live in with all the numerous solutions they proffer.

An interesting question was asked: why do we have access to these solutions for free? how does Google make money?-it is solely a platform for adverts,which is one of the ways revenue is generated some of these solutions are marketed at a larger scale to corporate organizations who use these solutions and have the capacity to pay more.

The day slowly came to an end with a photo-shoot with renowned photographer, Asa, who did portraits for all 32 mentees from 22countries.

The highlight of the day was the FORTUNE’S dinner in honor of the mentors and the mentees sponsored by KPMG, GAP INTERNATIONAL, and FORTUNE most powerful women summit. The Guest of honor was the governor and first lady of the state of New-York, Governor Patterson. Christiane Amanpour stole the show with the bee-hive of her international constituents taking pictures away with her, amongst other powerful women. The president of Hearst magazine the lovely,Cathie Black. The Hearst magazine owns the Cosmopolitan magazine,Harpers bazaar,Esquire and the O magazine. I got invited to see the O magazine office, I seized the moment by introducing myself what I do in the Nigeria as a business and also got invited to Essence Magazine.
...with Goveror David Alexander Paterson, the  current Governor of New York; also the first governor of New York of African American heritage

...with Christiane Amanpour, CNN's chief international correspondent from 1992–2010

...with Cathie Black, Chairman Hearst Magazines

The day drew to a halt with sad goodbyes from all our new global friends. We have committed to ‘Pay It Forward’ in our respective home countries but also to maintain this new relationships.
My last days in new york included a meeting with the publisher of the O magazine and a tour of the office including a peep into Oprah Winfrey mint green office,walked past the legendary Gayle King’s office.I learnt a lot yet again from a powerful woman how important it is to ask!

My memorable visit to Avon,the company for women!

Undoubtedly the most amazing time of my life!

FAQ:How do i get nominated on this programme.

Membership of a women’s platform where you are active,such as Associations centered round development of women but recognized by the U.S state department such as WIMBIZ,GOLDMAN SACHS 10000WOMEN.
You must have a background where you are giving back to your community,for example as an activist,working in the civil society,an entrepreneur.In whatever capacity you will require to do so.

A profile that is known in your community,as you will be nominated only by the network of people that the U.S embassy are exposed to.The question this network is asked is,do you know any woman who fits this profile and you believe will benefit from this program.They select from a large number of other nominees using multiple criteria’s to determine who comes on the programme.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Bunkunola Akinbinu...

Dear people,

Hope you had a nice weekend with all the holidays; children’s day
democracy day…hope it was fun.

I will continue with my diary in subsequent post. However it is pertinent
that I take time out and do this now. It is right to give kudos to
deserving people.

Years ago, House of Tara set up a business initiative to empower young
individuals to become financially independent. The business has been good
for the reps.

But this is not about House of Tara. It is for the reps that have stayed
with us over the years; One in particular.

This is for one of our reps whom we hold in esteem. She came on board in
2006, when we launched this financial empowerment program. And she has
always been constant.
She understood the principles of seed and bread.

Today, we are proud to present to you, Bunkunola Akinbinu.
We refer to her as a millionaire in the making,, however she chooses to
refer to herself  as a tool. ‘It’s just God’ she always says.

Thanks Bukky for being part of this vision. We love you.

Friday, May 28, 2010


These are the pictures from by visit with The Lakewood Church. It is
truly a massive auditorium. The service was charged with a lot of positive

His wife Victoria is particularly gorgeous.

I got a chance to take a picture with him and got his new book signed as
well. Almost lost my cool after i asked a friend to stand in line for me
so I could get the book, on my return the protocol guys said I could not
switch places. The policy didn’t make sense! At this point the queue had
already been closed.
Knowing me, I NO GREE! I waited patiently to say 'My name is Tara and
I came from Nigeria. Can I get a picture and could you sign my book?’ and
of we course with a warm smile, he said, ‘of course’. And viola! Here is
 I will be in Dallas this Sunday. Hopefully, I will be getting you guys
some pictures from the Potter’s House and BISHOP JAKES AND TARA...
Every meal served in Houston is overly-over sized, it’s unbelievable!
Consistently, I can never finish my food with entrées, desserts et al.
(you are saying tell me something new).Well I hear everything in Texas is
generally bigger.

 On my way to work and being picked by a limooooooo! Exxon is taking good
care of me although I am getting tired of the long list of dinners in my
 honour.I want to scream:"o ti to ooooo!"

Will keep you posted on my exciting day at work.
Did I tell you that Isreal Houghton is the worship leader at Lakewood?
You may notice his face in some of the poor pictures! Enjoy!

Did I give you any gist of
my Saturday trips?

Tuesday, May 18, 2010


I am presently with my mentoring company, Exxon Mobil in Houston.
I am truthfully having the time of my life here in Houston. Had dinner
with my mentor last night we connected so well, it just flowed (she made
me laugh so much i cried at some point).Although she is a chemical engineer
she could have been an artist or a history or Latin professor. She is
excitable for a 52year old woman, so as you can imagine, she is loads of

She took me to this HIP restaurant called Alex Bistro owned by a 30+guy,
where discussed and exchanged personal information about family.
Houston doesn’t come across as a city that is or was going through a
recession. There are gorgeous gated communities, which I guess were
previous Ranches. With the entrance of a lot of Oil companies into Houston
many of the Ranches have been redeveloped to provide accommodation for the
new settlers.

I started my day at Exxon with a 30-minute with The President/C.E.O of the
Exxon chemical company which is one of the 8-business unit of the Exxon
Group. Steve Pryor ,a 62 year old man, a biologist by training but was
significant in the recruitment and integration of the Hispanic and African
American into the Company, He was very sweet, and paid very rapt
attention to my plan while at Exxon and gave some fine advise.
Took his time to show the gift that was given to him by the African American community he had worked with as a manager: copy of the slave emancipation act handwritten by Abraham Lincoln. It was something he was so proud of!

After meeting with Steve Pryor, a photo session was organized on my behalf
by their public affairs department, BDA; the lady who was taking the
pictures had never seen the President before or my mentor, so I guess this
is a rare privilege that I have been given! Amen? And the people say…

My Second meeting was with the Most senior female executive at Exxon
Chemical Company, Lynn Lachenmyer. I Spent a little time with my mentor
after an orientation program on the business structure of Exxon and strong
relevance of its chemical company in our everyday lives. You won’t believe
that chemicals for everything that are used for creating plastics,
cling-films, sweet wrappers, makeup, tires, clothing, diapers ,e.t.c are
from Exxon Upstream-Downstream businesses.

I Joined other staff at a YMCA shelter which is one of the numerous C.S.R
projects that my mentor chairs within the organization. I had to make a
small speech about my experience so far, dine with them and went to
Margret's massive house where we chatted a bit more. Saw her two cats,
she told me about her lessons in life as a mum, wife and as a leader in a
previous joint venture she was a part of prior to her movement to Exxon.

Tired...will continue later. Need to a nap


Friday, May 7, 2010


Hey guys! Long time no hear,right?so sorry ...was with the mentorship program and all...

Adetoun(another Nigerian nominee for the US state department mentor ship program)and I arrived at the United States of America to a welcome by a cab driver assigned to us from vital voices after such a long and seemingly endless trip.Detoun and I had to pretend we were on the phone as the cab driver insisted on telling us about his experience at an Ibo village, where he had escorted his then girlfriend to her Father's funeral. We arrived at Hotel Palomar to a lovely sunny day and very contemporary room, changed clothes and went downstairs to meet all the mentees from the 32 countries: India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Thailand, Palestinian territories ,Russia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Rwanda, Ghana, Tanzania, Argentina, Brazil and Haiti; All shining stars from their respective nations and doing incredible things for women empowerment.
We had a program introduction and review of program logistics. We had a
representative of the U.S state department, the President and CEO, Vital Voices and the Program coordinator.

I received a package from my mentoring company: a mobile phone, which was
special as no other mentee got one .We chatted, had dinner and went back to
our rooms to prepare for the next busy 4days of orientation.

Our orientation started with a State Department Leadership panel with
heavy tittles like the Assistant Secretary of state for verification,
compliance and implementation ,Director of Policy Planning, Ambassador at
large for global women¡¦s¡¦ issue; All women with qualifications and work
experience that would intimidate you to having goose bumps. They shared
their challenges as mothers and the changing conditions for women leaders
in the world today(no feminists in the room). When asked by one how they
balance work and family, she said, ¡¥you can¡¦t balance but keep joggling¡¦
Now, that for me, was an ¡¥Ahha!¡¦ moment. Interesting, ain't it?

Ann-Marie Slaughter particularly caught my attention with some of her
enlightening yet captivating views. They include:



„ÏCreate a culture of the presumptive ¡¥Yes¡¦, Which she learnt as the
director of graduate and international legal studies at Harvard law school.
She served as a Dean at Princeton University. She talked about her model of
leadership, Ending with the phrase, ¡¥the people that work with us are whole
people¡¦ and ¡¥putting yourself forward and making yourself the candidate¡¦.

Now, how is that for a start? I would call it inspiring, remarkable and
unforgettable. What would you call it?

We visited with more powerful women, went for a lecture at the prestigious
Georgetown university, had Lunch at Nora's, the first organic restaurant in
America, which was started by a woman 32years ago, networked with more
powerful women and learnt more, visited the first house (sorry didn't bump
into is Michelle).Had more posh dinners, hopefully i will have added weight
on mu returnļ

The climax of the orientation program was the mentor and mentee dinner
organized by Fortune magazine and Fortunes Most Powerful Women's Summit at
the State department. Many of our mentors had never been to the state
department before that date, so it was a an opportunity that may never had
happened unless they had volunteered their time. Visited some Washington
Monuments took some more pictures...

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


When you apply your mascara, begin at the base of your lashes and As you move the wand up, wiggle it from side to side to get the most coverage..Use a combination of lengthening and thickening mascara to give your lashes the biggest boost. .For everyday wear, brown and black mascaras get the job done nicely.


So many women in Nigeria abandon the whole blush thing because for we believe that we can never find the right shade. Well, here’s a tip for you so that you don’t have any excuses to live without a blush.

Any blush with a bit of shimmer looks fabulous on you. It instantly brightens your face and makes you look like you've just returned from exotic lands.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Staff of the Month...House of Tara Int'l

There’s a reward for every labor. As part of our core values at House of Tara, we believe that every hard work should be rewarded. We present to you, our staff of the month, Precious Akele.

Go Girl! Keep up the good work and our flag flying.

Friday, February 19, 2010

House of Tara Workshop

Learn the basics of makeup in 1 day:
gele tying, everyday look, engagement look and more.
(certificates will be awarded).

Date: 27th February, 2010 (Ikeja)
Venue: 22a, Omotayo Ojo street, Ikeja, Lagos
Date:6th March, 2010 (Victoria Island)
Venue: 9a, Oko Awo street, Victoria Island, Lagos

Time: 11am-3pm

Don't miss out of this rare opportunity.