Hello lovely people! Let me introduce you to a wonderful brand today. A brand that is innovative, thoughtful and consistent. Skincafeis a brand you might or might not have heard of. This is because they don’t insanely publicize themselves, or their products. But the brand has a beautiful ideology and a small team of closely-knit people, that are dedicated to providing some wonderful skincare products. And I feel equally delighted and honored to be associated with this kind brand and present its product before you.
Skincafemajorly works on lip care, although they have a nice range of face masks. Each of their products are named after a dessert, and their product catalog looks more like a dessert heaven than a skincare e-com site! You’ve got to see their website to believe it.😃 Find them here : http://www.skincafe.in.
Let me show you a few snippets from their website. 🙂
I received their Lip Tint Balm in Apple Cranberry Pie, a mildly red-tinted lip balm. Read on for the complete review.🙂 Read more
Hi people! Eyeliners and kajals are so much a part of our daily routines, aren’t they? And there is no dearth of them in the market. If you’re considering changing your regular eyeliner, you may well check out the comparatively new launch from Nykaa : Get Inked and Get Winged. They call these Sketch eyeliners. Cool, huh?
As much as these sounded intriguing to me (I’ve always wanted to draw those perfect cat-eyes), I went ahead and picked up both of these. By the way, this is my first ever felt-tip eye liner. 😛 What? Is that you chiding me?! Umm, can’t hear. Beg your pardon, come again? 😉
Living for a super-sharp, statement-making eyeliner? Don’t just gush over the stunning eye looks, master them yourself with Nykaa Get Inked! Sketch Eyeliner. Featuring a slender and precise felt tip, this intensely pigmented, waterproof pen lets you achieve intense black liquid lines effortlessly. Every stroke gives you unparalleled, defined fluid finish. Fine and natural or broad and bold – any look is easy-peasy with this artist!
The fall is here and another season of festivities begins. Now this post has seen quite some waiting on my part, and so finally I’m here with the review of two products from the L’Oreal Paris Infallible Paints today. I had got my hands on these the last time I was at Shoppers Stop. Not to say I had been eyeing them pretty much ever since they launched. 🙂
Liquid eye shadows are a ‘thing’ now and I picked up shade no.314 Sunset Fire from the counter. The fact that I like about liquid shadows is the mess-free application. No fallouts whatsoever, hence pretty easy to use. And of course I couldn’t leave without picking up the beautiful Intrepid Teal liquid eyeliner with the felt tip – another easy application. 😀
Finally another Monday draws to an end, and I can’t help but wonder how we literally live for the weekends. Now don’t we? Sinful souls and creepy minds, MAC is here to blast them all with its brand new launch. 🙂 MAC Girls is an interesting launch of new eye shadow palettes, named after the many characteristics of us, the real women.
I picked up MAC Mischief Minx, because I really loved the colors and textures of the shadows in this palette. And the names. They match my Gemini characteristics quite a lot (just saying :P). While I’m an on and off “flaming femme”, I could be “totally trouble” too from time to time. And of course I have my own “stride of pride” more often than not. 😉
Hi everyone! Wish you all a very happy and blessed Diwali. You must be at your festive best and so must be your homes. 🙂 I’ve been juggling quite a lot between work, home and my blog. I actually did shoots for two posts in a day. Whew! Kinda exhausting, but I enjoy it so much.
Today I will share with you my favorite lippies for this festive season. I have my favorites from bot high-end and drugstore, and lippies with different textures. Since it’s autumn and festive, most of my favorites are richer hues, but I do have a few subtle neutrals as well. Please note that the list is a random order of my favorites, and it is not in any order of preference. 🙂 Read more