So Nykaa has recently launched a new foundation called the SkinShield Anti-Pollution Foundation, and the best thing about this launch is that this foundation is available in 15 shades that cover a wide range of Indian skin tones. This is a fantastic step in the right direction for an Indian cosmetics brand to be so inclusive of all skin tones, and to launch 15 shades in one go. Not only does this foundation cover cool, warm, and neutral undertones, it also claims to provide hydration, protect the skin against pollution, and minimize pores, while providing a satin matte finish to the skin. I have been testing this foundation for a number of days now, and here are my thoughts on this product.
I have stopped using most physical exfoliators but my skin does love a good coffee scrub from time to time. And if you tell me that there exists a coffee scrub with chocolate in it as well then I can’t help but slather it all over my face! This is exactly why I had to try out the MCaffeine Choco Caffeine Exfoliating Face Scrub, which also contains argan oil and claims to be suitable for dry skin. Read on to find out whether this product lives up to its claims or not.
Yet another Multani Mitti face pack, I thought, when I received the St. D’Vence Multani Lotion in a subscription box recently. However, the moment I tried it, I knew that this face pack was different from any other multani mitti face pack I have tried in the past. Read on to find out why this product should be a part of your summer skincare routine.
There are some products that come in your life and completely change your skincare game. As far-fetched as it may sound, it seems like I may not turn back to micellar waters anytime soon, thanks to an amazing cleansing balm I have discovered. The product I am going to review today is the Banila Co Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm, a cult level cleansing balm that many bloggers I trust swear by. I was finding it hard to get my hands on this product without spending a massive amount on shipping, but finally bought it during a sale from StyleKorean.com. Here are my thoughts on this product after using it for a couple of weeks.
Facial oils have honestly been the biggest discovery of my skincare journey for me. The right facial oil keeps my combination skin hydrated and nourished without being greasy or heavy. I was recently on the market for a new facial oil, and the Plum Grape Seed & Sea Buckthorn Glow Restore Face Oils Blend had always intrigued me, so I finally picked it up. Here are my thoughts after using this face oil for several weeks.
Summer is the season of face mists galore! Who doesn’t like a spritz of cooling hydration on a sweltering hot day? I know I do! Which is why I have stocked up on face mists, and today I am going to review the Plum Grape Seed & Sea Buckthorn Nutriplenish Face Mist for all of you. Read on to find out my thoughts on this product!
I haven’t reviewed an eyeliner here for a while now, and the reason is that I don’t like to open too many eyeliners at a time lest they dry out before I can use them up. If you are new to this blog then let me tell you that I am a fan of matte black eyeliners that stay on all day and am constantly on the hunt for new ones. This quest recently lead me to the Sugar Cosmetics I Warned You So Double Matte Eye Liner, and here is a review of this product for all of you.
Simple Skincare has become one of my favourite brands in a short span of time because I can blindly trust its products to be supremely gentle yet effective. Come summer and I need a face wash that is soothing yet great at removing dirt and grime from my skin. The Simple Kind To Skin Refreshing Facial Wash caught my eye when I was looking for such a product. Here are my thoughts on this face wash after using it for several weeks.
I was kindly sent the April Edition of the ZoBag a few days ago, and I was impressed that this edition of the bag contains not 5, not 6, but 7 different products for INR 499 only! The total worth of this month’s bag is INR 1566 and there are a couple of products that make this bag extremely attractive for a skincare junkie like me. Read on to find out all the contents of the April ZoBag.
You can find some skincare gems from Indie brands which can make the high-end skincare brands make a run for their money. Whenever I discover a skincare product that is affordable, clean, and from a homegrown brand, I feel elated and eager to share it with all of you. Suganda Skincare is one such brand started by an Indian mother whose quest for finding clean skincare for her child eventually lead her to study cosmetology and eventually launch her own skincare range. The Suganda White Lotus Moisturiser has received a lot of love from Indian bloggers and Instagrammers and for good reason. Here is what my experience with the product has been so far.
As cliched as it may sound, a girl can never have enough lipsticks! Right when I did a massive clearout of my makeup stash, the Lakme 9 to 5 Primer + Matte Lipstick in the shade Fuchsia File landed at my doorstep. This bright pink lipstick is completely summer-appropriate and perfect for matte lipstick lovers. Read on to check out my full review and swatches!
A good sunscreen lotion is a skincare essential for everyone, regardless of age, gender, or lifestyle. Now that the sweltering heat is here in most parts of India and the sun is shining bright, it has become all the more important to slather yourself with some sunscreen every day. What I prefer is a sunscreen that is lightweight and matte, with a high SPF because I spend quite some time in the sun every day. Here is why the Lakme Sun Expert Ultra Matte Lotion is a staple for me.