Oh, My God….Recently, I am all about Nude Shades and I guess it is quite obvious. Call it flesh color or nude shade, they all belong to the same brown family. Right from my choice of clothes to lip shades in my vanity, I am obsessed. A lot of you must have felt this at some point in time on ‘’How can I pair up this shade to break the monotony”.
Invest in your hair; it is a Crown you never take off.
Your hair can be a game changer. It can change your look from sophisticated to messy in just no time. Well, as they say, treat your hair good and your hair will return the favor. We generally concentrate on body hygiene where the scalp is just limited to washing with shampoo and conditioning the tips. But do you think it is enough? Read more to know all about Scalp Hygiene.
Nude shades have been in existence for a very long time but got its recognition recently. Until now we knew beige, brown, pink etc as color, But lately, all these colors are recognized as Nudes shades. This shade has been a victim for a very long time. A misconception that nudes are in lighter shade and don’t suit every skin tone. But if you ask me because of its neutral behavior it goes with every skin tone and compliments any combination.
Trying new things on your hair is never a bad thing, but taking good care of them simultaneously is important too. Did you know hair texture changes with age just like your skin? Like your skin care routine changes with your age so does your hair care routine also must change. Oiling for that beautiful luscious looking hair is an ancient tradition. Coconut oil has been recognized as the best remedy for ages.
Summers have arrived and so is the sweaty, sticky melting skin season. Well does this reminds you of something? How much ever we try to stay all day long with makeup, it tends to melt due to heat and makes your masterpiece look patchy. Trust me, I have been there. Sweat-free makeup can be hard to achieve! But you can definitely try to keep them all they long.