UPL: Tooro United pile more misery on KCCA

first_imgTooro United players celebrate Charles Musiige’s winner against KCCA FC on Wednesday. (PHOTO/Tooro United)Uganda Premier League Tooro United 1-0 KCCA FC St. Paul National Seminary Grounds, Fortportal Wednesday, 02-10-2019Tooro United piled more misery on KCCA as they defeated them 1-0 in one of the Uganda Premier League games played on Wednesday.The victory is Tooro United’s 6th for the season and have now collected nine points from six games. They beat Busoga United in the opener before coming from a goal down to topple URA FC.Charles Musiige’s 74th minute goal was all that separated the sides as 10-man Tooro United beat the Kasasiro boys.Tooro Captain Kawooya was given his marching orders in the 31st minute for handball after he kept out Odumegwu’s volley off the line.Mike Mutyaba took the responsibility for the penalty but goalkeeper Meddie Kibirige denied him the chance to score.Three minutes later, Mutyaba was brought down by Samuel Luswata in the box but still Meddie Kibirige denied Allan Okello from the spot.KCCA would have equalized or probably had an early lead but debutant John Odumegwu shot an inch off the post.Tooro united host new league entrants Kyetume Fc on the 5th of October while KCCA FC welcome Bright Stars.Lineups UsedTooro UnitedMeddie Kibirige(GK), Musa Mukasa, Isa Lumu, Mike Kawooya(C), Arthur Kiggundu, John Byamukama, Willy Kavuma, Steven Luswata, Yafesi Mubiru, Charles Musiige, John SsemazziKCCA FCCharles Lukwago (C), Musa Ramathan, Eric Ssenjobe, Samuel Kato, John Revita, Nicholas Kasozi, Kezironi Kizito, Jackson Minda, Allan Okello, Mike Mutyaba, John OdumegwuComments Tags: Charles MisiigeKCCA FCMedhi KibirigeTooro unitedtopUganda Premier Leaguelast_img read more

3 Things Your Hair Stylist Wishes You Knew Before Showing Up to the Salon

first_imgSafe to say, we’ve learned our lesson when it comes to walking into any hair appointment blindly. Whether it’s the time two inches turned into three (plus bangs) or golden lowlights turned into frosted tips, it’s been a learning curve of splendid highs and tragic lows on the road to discovering the rulebook for pre-cut and color proceedings. Aside from the core tenets of salon etiquette—arrive on time, tip appropriately, keep off the phone—there are a few guidelines of utmost importance that don’t fall under the basics. Getting down to the nitty gritty, here are three essential tips to keep in mind the day of your hair appointment.Lay off the products.It’s never a good idea to show up with heavy product build-up from styling your hair the day of your appointment, especially if you’re getting a dry cut or color. It can cause hair color to go on unevenly, and it can also affect how your hair stylist evaluates your pre-cut hair type and texture.Leza Duncan, stylist at Salon U in Birmingham, Alabama, gave a welcome exception: “It’s fine to use products you normally use for your everyday blowdry, but stay away from a lot of hairspray.”Bring visuals.We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it until the cows come home. Always bring tangible inspiration that details your vision clearly and objectively. We can’t always describe what type of layers or which shade of color we’re looking for, and a picture is worth a thousand words.Leza Duncan, stylist at Salon U in Birmingham, Alabama, added: “Be prepared to really communicate with your stylist about what does and does not work for your hair. Start with a length you want, and find pictures of looks that you could see yourself loving.”Come clean—at least, clean-ish.We gasped when we heard that many clients will show up with hair that hasn’t been washed in almost a week. Though it might seem fine if you’re heading straight to the washing basin, it’s really not good form. If you’re getting your hair colored, clean hair helps the hair color be applied evenly and thoroughly; if you’re getting a haircut, dirty hair can be bogged down with product and dry shampoo, as well as look a tad too greasy to get a good pre-wash consultation. (Washing your hair the day before is completely fine for both of these instances.) A good rule of thumb: if you’re a little grossed out by your hair when touching it, odds are your hair stylist feels the exact same way.Sourcelast_img read more