Every time the weather changes, it is not just time to change your wardrobe, but also your makeup products and most importantly, your skincare routine.
Raksha Bandhan is one of my favorite festivals. It is that time of the year when I get to meet all my cousins, feast on all the mouth-watering delicacies and my favorite part, dress up for the occasion.
An Indian bride is an epitome of coyness, and naivety. She wears a bright red lehenga on her wedding day. She also wears a beautiful bridal makeup that accentuates her gorgeous eyelashes.
This monsoon shower, decorate your hands with aromatic, beautiful, and quirky Arabic mehndi designs. Whether it is a pre-wedding function or a festival being celebrated in your family with much fervor, wear mehndi in style.
The festivities of Teej are in full-swing. Mehndi clad hands and feet, beautiful Indian hairstyle decorated with monsoon flowers.
Come monsoons, and all Indian women especially up north, start looking forward to the festival of Teej. So this time around, I have figured a look for myself for the upcoming festival.
Monsoon comes as a relief after the scorching summer days. But our skin may be secretly dreading its arrival.
Monsoon is a time that can wreck total havoc on your hair. The weather can make it frizzy, messy or make it look limp. You can never really predict what will happen next.
Who doesn’t love a monsoon wedding? The pitter-patter of the rains, the clink of cocktail glasses and the singing and dancing in celebration of the bride and grooms happy day are enjoyed by all.
Rainy season is about dancing peacocks. If you are a monsoon bride, or a bridesmaid or just about attending the wedding of rains, then you have to take a look at 20 gorgeous designer bridal lehengas inspired by the monsoon motifs.