For Navami Puja event, I picked a Malasa saree to wear. Quintessentially autumn/winter trendy berry lip, rose gold earrings and ivory sandals rounded out the last look for this Durga Puja.
Durga Puja is a celebration of the Mother Goddess, and her victory over the evil demon Mahishasur. The festival celebrates the powerful female force in the Universe.
Fashion legends say red outfits are the dopest of all. I don’t know about that, but red sure is enticing and hot as heaven, er… I mean as the weather in Rio de Janeiro. And yet, I wore it. Blame Baywatch!
“For we women are not only the deities of the household fire, but the flame of the soul itself.” ― Rabindranath Tagore, The Home and the World
With Argan Oil gaining in popularity, there are a lot of products popping up online and even in stores claiming to be “Pure Argan Oil”. Unfortunately, there are a lot of brands that you want to avoid. So, when I travelled to Morocco, I was sure to come back home in London with at least one item in my suitcase from Morocco- Argan oil and Argan oil hair serum, an authentic one.
From long-wear foundations to finishing powder and hair-mask, it seems February is the month for revolutionary beauty. I’ve rounded up a few of my must-have new buys because its about making smarter decisions when purchasing beauty products instead of just impulse buying random things. So, my February makeup haul is purely made up of products that I’ve had on my “to try” list or are ones that I’ve tried in the past (and loved, of course).
January was all about recovering from Egyptian Sun burn, getting into healthier lifestyle, updating beauty products and embracing a few new ones. I’ve tried on and now using some new brands whilst stocking up on old favourites mostly on skincare and behind-the-scenes products- the ones you usually don’t get to see donning in photographs e.g; an eye primer and bath & body oil or make up brushes. So on that note, here’s what grab my attention and got me reaching for more in the first month of 2016.