Contouring, strobing, highlighting – is it just me or is it so hard to keep up with all these terms these days? Well, all I know is that these techniques somehow work, and get you that oh-so-natural glow. It may seem so, but it’s really not that much of a rocket science. Recently I was sent this lovely Strobe & Define Palette from BeYu cosmetics. They’re a (relatively new to India) German brand recently launched, and I’m going to show you what I thought of the product, as well as a look using the product.
One of my favourite summer fragrances for this year is the new Chloé Eau de Toilette. Summer is here for good now, and the long, hot summer days make me long for flowy silhouettes, a tall refreshing drink and a spritz of a fresh fragrance that lasts. Read on to know what you can expect from this lovely fragrance.
Hi loves! I have been on a shopping spree of late when it comes to natural beauty products. I recently discovered an independent beauty brand called Junaili – they’re based in Rautakhet in the Himalayas and are known for their products created from pure cold pressed Apricot oil. Read on to know more about my experience using these products and where you can get them!
If you’ve ever had to struggle with hair that frizzes up at the slightest opportunity, you’re not alone. The slightest hint of humidity in the air, or a slight chill in temperature and your hair is full of flyaways that just won’t stay put! If you’ve tried every serum or cream possible to hold it in place, read on because I recently found a product that works really well to tame that mane.
Hand cream is something you’ll always find in my bag. It’s super essential when you’re on the go to keep your hands soft, moisturized and always feeling pretty. Firm handshakes and no stretchy, dry feeling helps too. Anyway, I recently was introduced to Burt’s Bees, at Sephora where I picked up their lip balm (review on that too soon) – they’re a company specializing in products made from beeswax and other natural ingredients.
You know that feeling of dread when you’re shampooing your hair and you notice half your hair floating away on the ground towards the drain? Or when you’re combing or brushing your hair and you see it all on the comb or brush? Hair fall is one of the most annoying yet most common haircare concerns most of us have. There’s a lot of different factors responsible for this, from pollution, to growing impurities in the water we use to take a shower, to bad diets and more. But one of the most common causes is also the shampoo you use. Using the same shampoo and conditioner consistently is important and you should use a shampoo especially formulated for hair fall rescue. Here I’m going to give you some basic haircare tips to reduce hair fall* and will also recommend a new product you can try.
So it’s time for a party, and you’re busy doing your makeup in front of the mirror. You’re getting ready to apply your foundation, when, horror of horrors! You notice your skin peeling off ever so lightly, but enough so it’s going to be noticeable. It’s peeling off your nose, off your forehead and sometimes in light flakes off your cheek. Dry skin can be really a nightmare to deal with. When it’s winter that’s when all hell seems to break loose on your skin. That tight, dry feeling is something that no amount of cream seems to help. If this sounds familiar, read on.
Hey guys! It’s been a rough time these past few weeks, what with Bangalore under lockdown from the bandh, me being down with dengue all of a sudden and a few more setbacks. I’m back though, and am bringing you lots more stuff you’ll love including an Anniversary Giveaway coming up really soon! Here I’m going to review a product that works well on most types of skin – the Makeup For Ever Hydrating Primers.
Imagine if you were able to have perfect nails, all year long. If you could just slap on new colours and experiment with tons of textures, and even try nail art without spending too much time or effort. If you could take it off as easily as you put it on.
If you love nailpolish as much as I do, you’d know that the struggle is real. We all know that the right way to apply nailpolish is to first put on a layer of transparent base coat, wait for it to dry, then add your favourite colour layered on top, wait for that to dry and then finally add a top coat.