Paint The Town Red This Holi

 

Holi, the festival of colors, is the most vibrant and joyous. People take to the streets to douse each other in colored powder or gulal and literally paint the town red.

Spruce up your face with the right make-up before you step out to play Holi. Make-up is a true companion of any woman for special event and it also helps in protecting the skin from the harmful chemicals included in the Holi colors. You can opt for water proof make-up and also make sure to use sunscreen on your entire visible body to prevent tanning

Here’s a shortlist of some Holi inspired product to brighten up your face.

 

 

 

Wear confidence with your red lipstick this Holi. Colorbar lip stain formula glides on flawlessly and delivers impressively long-lasting, velvety color that will not transfer and stay all day long. The weightlessness of the formula will provide you with all-day comfort – wear lip makeup and a flawless look.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Waterproof eyeliner adds a cap to your holi eye makeup. This pen glides on smoothly and stays on until you say when. The blacker-than-black pigment is perfectly opaque and won’t fade, run, crack or melt come rain or shine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

This multi-benefit beauty balm by Colorbar smoothes skin, hides fine lines, protects and corrects skin with sheer coverage in one effortless step. This BB cream adapt to your skin tone and blend perfectly. This BB Creme provides flawless coverage with radiant glow.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Enhance your facial features in style! 3-in-one face palette that allows you to contour, highlight, and complement your most beautiful facial features along with giving a flawless radiance to your face. It’s light weight formulation which doesn’t make you feel uncomfortable or heavy all day long.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

A neutral-toned palette with ten shades that are a mix of nudes, browns and warm neutrals – it’s everything you need to create the perfect day eye makeup look. It is richly pigmented, blendable without loss of pay-off and lasts for hours without creasing or smudging. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Decorate your beautiful eyes with Waterproof mascara. It contains conditioning ingredients that nourish and gives a stunning lengthening and curling definition, without clumping.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Give a change from your pink-nude-red rotation, Minnie Mauve is exactly what you need to shake up your Holi. Its clever play of mauve, a single swipe of this shade is guaranteed to make your rose lipstick great again! It has a soft, premium finish that goes on beautifully to give an intense, opaque look.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lipstick In The City

 

Lipsticks are considered the most powerful tool among all your makeup products, a simple swipe can give you the confidence you need to tackle any wardrobe dilemma. Apart from everywhere fresh face, clothes and ‘makeup’, lipstick is something that can easily perk up your look. The right lip color has the ability to brighten up your whole face and make you feel like the most fabulous girl in the space.

As when it comes to lipstick, we always look up to our favorite celebs. Therefore we turn to Bollywood & Hollywood celebrities and get some inspiration on how to wear lip colors.

 

Nude

 

 

Nude lipstick has never gone out of fashion. Nude go with anything and everything, whether you wear it with a sexy smoky eye or an everyday no makeup look. Many actresses opt for nude for their casual appearance or natural makeup look.

Pink

 

 

Whether you want a bold lip or something more natural, pink is the perfect color for every occasion.

 

Red

 

 

Matt or glossy, deep or bright, a bolt of red lipstick can update your look instantly. This lip color never goes out of trend. It’s always on fire. It is versatile can be worn day or night, depend on how you pair it with your outfit.

 

Berries

 

 

If you haven’t rocked a berry pout, what have you been waiting for? Berry lipstick shades are very versatile and often suit a large array of skin tones. Keep your makeup simple “with flawless luminous skin and softly defined brows and let your lips do the

 

 

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Festival of Kites

 

Makar Sankranti is the first Hindu festival of the year, celebrated across the Indian Subcontinent. On Sankranti, Lord Sun meets his son Lord Shani According to Vedic astrology, Lord Sun and Lord Shani cannot go well. Hence on Makar Sankranti, bitter past is forgotten and new beginning is started.

It usually falls on 14th of January every year.  Makar Sankranti is observed to celebrate the transition of sun into the zodiac house of Capricorn (Makara). It marks the end of the winter solstice and start of longer days.

Makar Sankranti is celebrated in different manners across India. People make sweets of sesame seeds, take holy bath, create a bonfire and the main feature of Makar Sankranti is kite flying. People keenly await this festival to fly kites, hundreds of kites can be seen above in the sky of different colors and shapes. Kites for Sankranti are special made of light-weight paper and stick.

 

 

 

 

Read on for easy-to-make DIY Diamond Kite to try out this Makar Sankranti.

 

Materials You Need:

  1. Kite paper – Easily available in any stationery shop
  2. A reel of string
  3. 2 sticks – one long and one short
  4. Scissors
  5. Ribbons

Method:

  • Take both the sticks and place the taller stick vertically and the smaller stick needs to be placed approximately 1/3rd the distance along horizontally.
  • Wrap the string around the back of the main stick and cross the string across the front of the cross stick. Then wrap the ends of the string back around the back of the main stick and make a double knot.
  • Lay the kite paper (shiny side down) and then place the frame on top of the kite paper. Tape the frame to the kite paper at each stick joint. Fold the edges of the paper and seal with tape.
  • Now attach the tail to the bottom end of the frame and ready to fly high!

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The “Hum“of INDIA: India’s Beauty

 

India is one of the most diverse countries in the world, and the essence of beauty lies in diversity. It means India is much more than curries and Bollywood, from the mighty mountains of Kashmir to the breathtaking vista of three oceans combining at Kanyakumari. There are many beautiful places in India which are blessed with lush greenery and amazing forests.

 

In honor of Indian Republic Day let’s celebrate the Beauty of India all from different parts of it.

 

 

Pangong Lake – Ladakh

 

The famous and sparkling blue Pangong lake is situated near Leh-Ladakh in the Himalayas. A unique feature of this lake is that it does not remain blue throughout the year or even the day, rather it changes colours from azure to light blue to green and grey too! It has been a tourist attraction for a very long time and has gained further popularity after being a ‘hot-spot’ for many film shoots.

 

 

Living Root Bridges – Meghalaya

 

The renowned double-decker root bridge near Cherrapunji, in northeast India’s Meghalaya state, beckons outdoor enthusiasts with the opportunity to see a 150+ year old man-made natural wonder that’s not only unique but astounding. While there are a number of single root bridges in the area, this is the only one that has two levels.

 

 

Sand Dunes – Rajasthan

 

Located in the city of Jaisalmer, it is also known for majestic sand dunes on vast expanses of Great Indian Desert called Thar Desert. Rippling sand dunes are one of the most unique features of Rajasthan travel and tours.

 

 

Marble Rock – Madhya Pradesh

 

Located on Narmada River in central India near the city of Jabalpur, It look fabulous during daytime when rays of sun sparkles on the pure white surfaces of these rocks. And it also gives you a mesmerizing view under the moonlit skies.

 

 

Rann of Kutch – Gujarat

 

Located in the State of Gujarat, it is famous for its white salty desert sand and is reputed to be the largest salt desert in the world.

 

 

Dudhsagar Fall – Goa

 

Dudhsagar Falls is a four-tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River in the border of the Indian state of Goa and Karnataka. The literal translation means “sea of milk”.  As their name itself suggests, the drops appear like streams of milk flowing down the mountain.

 

 

Krishna’s Butter Ball – Tamil Nadu

 

The Krishna’s Butter Ball or Vaanirai Kal, It has been sitting on a 45-degree slope in Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu for over 1,300 years.

 

 

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