Hi all you lovely people! I am excited, nervous and anxious enough to share with you my experience of my first fashion shoot. I was never someone who experiments a lot with fusion styling until recently.
I guess we all are familiar with the feeling of whether or not to paint our nails in that gorgeous but “I can imagine what a pain it will be to remove glitter polish” or that dark vampy red shade that will end up all over your fingers. As much as I love painting my nails, taking off my nail polish is my least favourite stage of the process.
I really hope you all had an amazing joyful Diwali. Here I am showcasing some really fun & quirky pieces which I wore for this Diwali in the Indo western style. I didn’t plan this blog post at all, but since it was highly requested so I am putting it up. Sometimes your clothes don’t really have to have the ethnic elements to make you look festive ready. It can be all about the jewellery and other details that can make you look beautifully Indian. (Please ignore the quality of the pictures).
I am sure by now you all know how much I have been taking care of my hair. Recently I came across this Satthwa hair oil. This hair oil does not contain any preservatives and is a paraben free hair oil. The Satthwa hair oil claims to slow the premature greying, prevents dandruff, stops hair fall and promotes hair growth. I have used it 4 times in the last 3 weeks and it has to be used for 3-4 months to see actual results.
Everyone wants naturally thick and shiny hair with volume at the same time. However, hair fall is something which surely is a girl’s most common and worst nightmare, (Atleast mine)!
When I got introduced to the Pantene Pro V Hair Fall Control Range, I thought of giving it a try for the sake my hair. So I took the #14DayChallenge of hair fall battle with Pantene.