Contrary to popular belief that less make-up means better skin, lockdown has not been kind to my skin. I haven’t put any make up on since the start of this lockdown (March, yes it’s been that long!) and still constantly break out, have redness and dry, patchy skin at different stages. I have reached out for my ride or die products,
No one loves a good hair spa than I do. Heading to a salon twice a month to let someone else nourish my hair while I sat back with a magazine was almost ritualistic. Until this pandemic of course. Everything was now left in my (I’d like to say) capable hands and if nothing, I had one thing on my side –
There are a lot of things I like posting on Instagram, but I feel like my most favourite thing to do is hair. I’ve grown up hating the texture of my hair and spent a large portion of my life trying to control it. My locks have a mind of their own when they’re not being tamed and it’s been my mission to keep it looking as sane as possible.
We asked celebrity makeup artist, Simran Sadarangani to help our readers correct the mistakes they might be making with their makeup. Simran works as a celebrity make up artist, working globally on brides, films, editorial & personal makeup.
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Mistake #6: Powder Your Face
Face powders are important! It’s the final step to lock it all up,
We asked celebrity makeup artist, Simran Sadarangani to help our readers correct the mistakes they might be making with their makeup
Makeup isn’t about wearing a lot of product. As it turns out, it’s about perfecting the skill with the least amount of product. ‘Less is more’ is one of the most important phrases I believe in.
‘Mama knows best’. How many times have you heard (and thought) that phrase? Well, it is true. As much as we would like to disagree with our mothers, I’ve got to say, they are always right (especially about all things beauty)!
Given that we do not have much access to the outside world at the moment,
It was day 48 of the Covid-19 lockdown. Regular life had come to a standstill. Everyone seemed to have been growing more irritable, caged in, on edge, and anxiously waiting for life to go back to normal. While I sympathised with everyone developing lockdown lethargy, I reminded myself that it is important we all do our part in maintaining our sanity.
Up until quite recently, I was what you could call a closeted curly girl. My hair was always worn straight, or tonged if I wanted some volume. Less than a handful of people got to see me in my natural, gravitationally-enhanced state and I liked to keep it that way. My boyfriend (now husband) would openly tell me he preferred it smoothened out –
Stylist to the stars and an influencer in her own right, Sheefa Gilani just got married. So it will be interesting to see how she’s spending time with her new family and really getting to know them while we’re all under lockdown. Here’s what she had to say about how she’s been spending her time these days…
For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Anushka and I’m currently the content editor and social media manager here at StyleCracker. While we’re all working from home these days, we’ve spent a lot of time evaluating the kind of content to serve and as we do this, we wanted to give you a glimpse into our #WFH life,
Ok you’ve taken the plunge; You’ve decided to shed those kilos, get fit, control your cholesterol and/or whatever you reason was to eat better. But now what? Figuring out what exactly to eat – something that’s healthy but still tasty can get a tad bit difficult. Enter Flax. Their motto: You don’t have to eat less;
Girls, taking care of yourself has become a must on your to-do list nowadays. You pay close attention to everything. You’re meticulous about keeping your skin healthy but when it comes to the hair, sometimes, the daily care seems to be minimal – correct? As it turns out, your hair needs pretty much the same amount of attention.