Bollywood diva, Disha Patani walked for Hyderabad-based designer Jayanti Reddy on the final day of Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017. The actress graced the runway with embroidered, ink blue lehenga and choli combination that had a cream, polka dotted, gotta patti dupatta adorned with huge tassels.
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My skin becomes extremely wired during winter months. I generally have oily skin issues but during frosty times, I often get flaky skin; and I hate the feeling. This is where homemade, organic body scrubs come to play an important part in my daily beauty routine. I don’t like letting the cold weather affect how my body feels. Today I will share some simple homemade body scrub recipe that nourishes my skin intensely during winter months.
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Rose water is a common face toner used by millions across the globe. However, there is much more to roses that can be explored in the realm of beauty and skincare world. Rose petals are known for being effective skin-treating ingredient; they have abundance of antioxidants that help in unleashing clear, glowing skin. Even oil extracted from rose petals can be used in various ways to get many beauty benefits. Also, rose petals are rich in anti-bacterial properties, Vitamin K, C and B. Here are two of my favourite face masks made with rose petals.
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Coconut oil is one such organic, multipurpose product that could be a savior when it comes to beauty hacks or natural skincare go-to options. This do-it-all ingredient can be used as a moisturizer, makeup remover, cuticle softener and that’s just few of the things…Here’s how I incorporate coconut oil into my daily wellness and beauty routine.
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I love moisturizing my skin all throughout the year. However, winter months are special, because I love making homemade moisturizers during this time of the year. Today I am going to share one of my favourite winter moisturizers that is not only super easy to make but is very beneficial for the skin too—I like to call it my ‘skin food’ for frosty months.