Very last minute DIWALI makeup and outfit ideas

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For me as an Indian, Diwali is one of the most awaited festivals of the year. BUT here is the thing…we all are busy! Busy with work, guests and diwali cleaning. As much as we want to, it’s hard for us to glam up and prep for a perfect diwali look. Worry not because I have found the perfect recipe to serve looks this Diwali!

THE OUTFIT

The first ingredient of the effortlessly beautiful diwali look is a traditional outfit. I went for an elegant saree which looks good on everyone. But if you are not comfortable with wearing a saree, you can opt for a lehenga choli set or even an indo western gown. In the Youtube video below, the Pink saree that I have worn is from Indya. For the complete outfit details, you can go to the description box of the video.

THE MAKEUP

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Back to the Basics: “The Ordinary” Skincare

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There is something so satisfying about finding the perfect new addition to your skincare routine. It can seem almost impossible at times to find a product that will actually make a difference for your skin without your bank account taking a huge hit. Since people come from diverse backgrounds, and therefore require unique skincare regimens, a product that is sold to target a particular concern usually affects two people in different ways. This can make it more difficult to formulate a routine that will leave your skin with the desired results. However, a Canadian company, called The Ordinary, has developed as a brand that alleviates these concerns and provides a cheaper alternative for quality skincare. 

The Ordinary is a principle-based company that sells clinical skincare with very basic ingredients targeted towards specific needs. They boast about their honor as a company through the slogan “Clinical Formulations with Integrity,” that displays…

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The troubles with Sunday Riley

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Let this serve as an important reminder that we cannot always trust the reviews we read for products online. Take everything, and anything, said with a grain of salt and make the decision that’s best for you with respect to spending your money online.

Skincare brand ‘Sunday Riley’ has reached a settlement with the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) of which the amount is not being publicly shared, for two violations made. Employees noted that they were instructed, for more than two years, to write fake positive reviews on Sunday Riley products and to dislike the negative reviews.

Why this is a big issue?

Sephora is a premier skincare and makeup retailer in North America and one of the biggest, if not the biggest seller of Sunday Riley on this continent. The Sephora website allows for people to search for products by ‘Highest Rated’ and ‘Relevancy’, relevancy of which being determined…

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