When the coronavirus forced our governments to legally put us on house arrest, there were two types of advertisements I encountered: the ones for online courses/workshops and for skincare. Being a makeup enthusiast I honestly expected that the cosmetic industry would shut down during the lockdown. If no one will care about how they look... Continue Reading →
On 25th June, Hindustan Unilever announced that they are finally dropping the term “fair” from their popular Skin care product brand name “Fair and Lovely”. The reason stated by them is that they do not want to promote a singular standard of beauty and want to be more inclusive of all “skin tones”. Sunny Jain,... Continue Reading →
The term Vintage refers to anything that is 25 years older. Vintage Advertisements are visually appealing even now and evoke feelings of nostalgia in our minds.These advertisements are also a major part of a brands history.They give us an idea about how brands had initially started out and where they are now. In this article,... Continue Reading →
Eyeshadow palette’s cost a fortune and when you manage to buy one, you may or may not love all the colours you get.
This gives rise to a question.
How can I completely use my palette and get my money’s worth?
You are in luck because through this article you might find one or eight ways to use those ‘not so favourite’ eyeshadows.
The colossal range of Maybelline is undoubtedly famous, from the time the Colossal Kajal was launched in 2011-12. It created a revolution in the makeup world of India as several other brands took inspiration from the Colossal, Kajal, for their new products, such as Lakme Eyeconic Kajal, LO'real Kajal Magique, Faces Magnet eyes Kajal and... Continue Reading →
Maybelline launched a limited edition range of lipsticks with 6 shades which would go perfectly with Indian skin-tone and are pretty wearable especially in the festive season.Today I will only be reviewing the shade East Village Rose (05) from Maybelline the city heat bricks collection.