Its summertime and metallic bronze/gold eyes with coral lips and cheeks is one of my favorite looks for the warmer season. I’ve created a simple party look using this color combination and mostly budget products as many of you had requested. Hope you enjoy this video! If you’d like to see more budget videos, do let me know in the comments below the video!
I bought some ColourPop eye shadows a few months back and hadn’t really given the more colorful shades a try till now. Last week I decided to create a super colorful turquoise-purple look and this is how it turned out! Hope you enjoy the video, don’t forget to Subscribe to my channel for more beauty videos here.
After my previous One Brand Tutorial video, many of you had requested a Maybelline tutorial so a few days back, I filmed a bright lip look using Maybelline products. I’ve been loving some of their new launches and I’ve used a few of those in this video. Hope you enjoy the tutorial! Let me know what other brands you’d like to see on my channel in the this series.
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I get a lot of requests for simple makeup tutorials for college wear using affordable products. I did a quick college appropriate tutorial on my YouTube channel last week. The look is fresh and simple and you can always tailor it to suit your preferences. Hope all you college going girls find this helpful!
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The 60s and 70s have inspired generations with their distinctive fashion trends. Today I’m showing you how to create three hairstyles inspired by vintage fashion! These are wearable (and easy!) hairstyles, not exact recreations of the looks that inspired them but something reminiscent of these fashionable eras! I partnered with BBLUNT to create these looks and I have to say that their products, which are specially designed for Indian hair and weather, make things much easier for a hair novice like me!
Look 1 : The first look is inspired by the 60s Bouffant and I’ve created this simple side pony with the signature 60s volume at the crown. I only used BBLUNT products and no heat tools for this look.
I tried this on my second-day hair, so I started by prepping my hair with the BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo. This adds instant freshness and some texture and volume to the roots. I sprayed this to the roots and massaged it with my fingertips. It soaks up the grease and grime collected at the roots giving it a revamp.