The 8 Mistakes You Didn’t Know You Made Everyday | Daily Beauty

After a terrible few instances of ‘hyperseborrhea’, which is essentially, using too much of a product on your skin that makes the oil (the sebaceous glands that secrete sebum) go into overdrive and end up making too much of the oil that it starts to harm your skin. I read up extensively about what you’re supposed to use- how- and a few tricks to go about managing the quantity of your daily beauty products. 

The Mistress Of Spices | Coco Mademoiselle EDP by Chanel: Review

I saw the EDP first in Sydney but got mine from Paris. Now I feel there’s a slight alteration of the intensity of the fragrance based on where you buy it from. Australian preferences are like American fragrance preferences, they like fresh, citrusy odours, Europe however is stronger, more intense, muskier or floral. India is milder, probably because of the climate. But depending on what you like, you can pick where you order your fragrance from.

Like ‘Em Nude? | KKW By Kylie Cosmetics: Review

If you’ve used liquid lipsticks in the past, do you remember what they feel like when you just apply them? The KKW By Kylie is a signature Kim Kardashian West collection of nude shades in the creme formula that essentially is your liquid lipstick’s first swipe on your lips, except it stays like that.

Your Skin Gets Laid: Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate | Review

What I can only label as a ‘miracle product’ is Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate. Something I’ve now been using for over 3 months (not everyday, my bad). But they only product that gives me visible skin changes. And to sum this up in one line- I am impressed. (No, I haven’t started ageing yet. Just some skin-care indulgence)

Of ‘Skins And Needles’ | Dermaroller Review

Now, Dermarollers are contraptions of around 540 needles of varying lengths. (Read: 0.5mm, 1mm, 1.5mm and so on) for various issues on the skin like ageing, black spots, acne scars, loose skin and so on. How the deal works is that, the smaller needle size combats smaller issues and as your issues grow larger, so does the needle size (and the pain).

The Big Deal That MAC’s Ruby Woo Is

Essentially, MAC’s Ruby Woo is the perfect pop, the perfect red that balances both warm and cooler skin undertones. (It has both orange and blue elements- I’ll come to that eventually) and it makes for a statement with or without a very done up rest-of-the-face.

Unboxing And Review: The Bobbi Brown Art Stick, Liquid

What came to me was this slick parcel that was quite unlike Nykaa’a regular glossy white parcels. This was a slick matte, black parcel that seemingly represented the luxury store of Nykaa with a separately branded packaging and the likes

The Mask Returns: The Face Shop Masks Review

One, being the fact that I am a fan of Korean beauty products, South-East Asian skin is to die for. And second, summer is ‘ere, I want to be proactive this time and not let my Mum be subject to “By what percentage is my pimple better, Mom?” a couple of million times a day.

My Tryst With Patanjali: Review

I also had a somewhat change in heart. (Also eventually, not just on that day) I actually started to prefer some Patanjali Products over my “Capitalist/ Materialist choices”