Love, Whatever That Means by Aditi Mathur Kumar #BookReview featuring The Body Shop Lipstick Coral Cutie

PageThose of you who read my blog do know that I love reading. I am impartial to most genres of fiction. Be it thrillers, spyware, mythology, fantasy or romance. One genre that I am particularly fond of though is chicklit. I really enjoy a well written chicklit. However, well written chicklits are hard to find. They are as rare as gems and I usually pick one with trepidation. Aditi Mathur Kumar‘s first book Soldier and Spice came highly recommended from Ikku, a gorgeous beauty blogger and now an army wife. I was intrigued by the choice of subject but when

Ethnic Indian Look This Diwali

Diwali is the time of the year, besides Karwachauth that I bring out all my traditional finery. This year, on an impulse I decided to wear a sari. I had picked out this silk Paithani many years ago and finally opened it up this year in Diwali. Since this was an impulse, I did not have a matching maroon or green blouse ready so paired it with a dull golden blouse. This blouse has been so handy whenever I want to wear saris on an impulse (which generally is the case with me) that I am now thinking of getting a

Fab Bag December 2015

Fab Bag December 2015 edition gives an ode to the party season with a Party All Night theme Fab Bag December 2015 Review Packaging We could choose our own bag this month. Fab Bag had sent a mail earlier in the month asking us to choose from its past hits. I had missed out on the gold bag so I chose this. It is a gorgeous bag that can also be used as a clutch.   Products Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Lotion This too was a selection I made. I had loved the product from October 2015 Fab Bag and chose this over

MAC Ruby Woo – Review and Swatches in Different Light Settings

MAC Ruby Woo lipstick is the reason I started experimenting with red lips. Till 2011, I was this anti red lip girl because I thought I could never pull it off. I remember meeting Suma in Mumbai and going to MAC to try it out. She was quite positive that it would look good on me. I had serious doubts. When I did try it, it looked extremely…. jarring.  There is no other word for it. Ruby Woo is a red lipstick that screams “Look at me!” I was visibly uncomfortable because I totally believed that I could not carry

Oxblood Lip – 5 Tips for Rocking It this Winter

Oxblood rose to fame in the fall of 2012 and has been gaining popularity ever since. In case you are thinking that Oxblood has anything to do with the the pagan practices, it is not. It is a colour. It is an intriguing shade of deep red. Maroon but not quite,with a bit of purple and a teasing hint of black. That is how I see it. This is me sporting an Oxblood lip. I had thought that sporting oxblood lips would be very difficult but it was not. Here are few things that worked for me – 5 Tips for Rocking Oxblood