Eid-Al-Fitr 2015 - Makeup, Outfit And Details

This Eid-Al-Fitr, I did a lot of things I have not done in a long time. Got dressed up real well, got myself a dress which I have wanted for a long time, and did a proper makeup routine after thirty days of nothing but using kajal. Oh! And I accessorized quite well! :D 

I have been wanting to recreate a particular salwar which i saw in pintersted and I had saved in my folder for a while, I managed to finally recreate that this year. I also tried out some new makeup products I had brought recently as my second brother is getting married in 34 days time! 


How to| Dress For Your Body Shape

Have you ever had the problem of some clothes just not looking good on you, even though you are fit as fiddle? Or maybe you are not fit, but that doesn't mean you don't deserve to dress well either. The reason for this could be that you are not dressing for your body type. Certain clothes, cuts and silhouettes are made to flatter only some particular body types. The first step in dressing for your body type is to figure out exactly what your body shape is. Do not take into account the fact that you are overweight or too thin. Just look in the mirror and figure out what your body shape is according to its measurements. Also, notice that for most body types there are three things you should be doing while dressing up: find the parts you should be emphasizing, the parts you should be drawing attention towards and the parts you should be drawing attention away from.


Review| L'Oreal Skin Perfect 20+ Day Cream

Contrary to what one might expect (being a blogger and all); I am not a person that had the habit of taking much care of my skin. But ever since I did the Girl Talk series, I have been trying to take better care of my skin. Around the same time, I was provided the L’Oreal Paris Skin Perfect Range from the brand and I have been using the 20+ cream for the last two months and it has become a staple in my daily routine.


Fashion|THE Guide to Farewell Party Fashion 2015

 It is that time again when academic years are winding up and the senior students are getting ready to say their goodbyes. The official farewell ceremony is of course the most important part of the years of study. The students and teachers will probably remember a person as they looked at this event and so there is the pressure to look everyone’s best.

This event certainly calls for formal outfits, so showing up wearing jeans and nice shirt or top is not a viable option.  For guys, it could be quite as easy as lending a suit, or buying one (it is an investment for future purposes).  For girls, the two main options are either to go the ethnic route and wear a nice sari or churidar/anarkali suit or wear a dress or gown. But everyone strives to look unique and that is where the confusions crop up.