You guys know how much I love and rave about TS Cosmetics and their products. My all time favorites has to be the Liquid Highlighters and the Velvety Eyeshadows. And now they’ve recently come up with Loose Pigments, in collaboration with my absolute time favorite makeup artist Tuba, naming this collection TS COSMETICS X MAKEUPBYTUBALoose Pigments collection. This collection is first of its own and also probably in India because I’m sure we have never seen any Indian made brand making confetti glitter pigments. And this collection would most interest the creative makeup enthusiasts and makeup artists who’d love experimenting on new looks. These Loose Pigments are a collection of 14 glitter, confetti glitter and metallic shades. I was sent few of the shades from this collection which I’d be talking about in this post.
Since we have already learnt some less known (or already known) facts about sunscreen in my Sunscreen 101 post, I thought I’ll make a separate detailed post about the Physical and Chemical sunscreens. Sunscreens being a very essential skincare step, the big debate comes to which one amongst Physical or Chemical sunscreen, is best for skin? Since choosing between physical sunscreen and chemical sunscreen plays a vital role, in this post let us see what to look for and which kind of sunscreen to pick.
I know this post is up right after summer’s just finishing, but still sunscreens being everyday essential to our skincare I thought I’ll make a detailed post about them. If you followed me on my instagram platform, I recently re-shared few posts about sunscreens and different types of them, and I have been getting a lot of responses, queries and suggestions as well. Sunscreens being a really hypothetical topic, let’s break down few of the known/unknown things about sunscreens. And with a lot of questions like – What’s difference between physical and chemical sunscreen? How do you know which one is the best kind to use? Which sunscreen is least likely to cause breakouts or irritate sensitive skin? Which one will give your skin the most protection? let’s jump into the topic…
The art of Double Cleansing method is first introduced by Korean women use to achieve clear skin. Koreans are known for their clear and bright glass-like skin, which we all envy. It involves washing your face in two steps; first by using an oil-based cleanser, followed by a water-based cleanser. The first step draws out oil-based impurities such as sebum, SPF, and pollutants while the second step cleanses water-based debris such as sweat and dirt. It is basically like you wash your face twice, but with two different products. It is simple, yet time consuming, but it gives the best results and it’s probably the best thing you’re doing to your skin.
Serum Foundations are the trending trend now and one of the newest launches of Sugar Cosmetics is what I’m going to review today, the DROP THE BASE SERUM FOUNDATION which is launched in 10 shades, and I’d say that’s a pretty good start by Sugar to have 10 different shades in its first launch itself. And Sugar always extends its line, so I’m expecting more shades to come out in future. In this post, I’ll be talking about this new Serum Foundation.
I am not that kind of a person who applies blush every single day, nor I wear for any occasions. But still my blush collection is so high, I dunno I just love the blush shades. Every blush shade or blush palette I see, it tempts me so much. These Essence Silky Touch Blushes were also one such collection that made me get quite a few shades. Here’s the post about what shades I got from this collection and what I think about these blushes.
Sketch Eyeliners make my life easy! They’re my absolute favorite when I’m in search for eyeliners. They are just one hassle-free way to wing your eyes. But finding that one perfect eyeliner is a serious task, I tell you. I’ve bought both the Get Inked! and Get Winged!, of course after few months of their launch and I’ve carried these for most of my vacays. They make my winging job easier. In this post, I’ll talk about these two sketch eyeliners.
I dunno what’s the thing with me that I always like the mini palettes, and especially with the Maybelline mini palettes I travel a a lot with them. Like I don’t love them, but I always end up reaching out for them when it comes to travel friendly palettes. They’re comfortable and compact for me to throw them in my travel pouch and also they give a neat subtle day looks for any vacays. I bought this Maybelline The City Mini Palette in Chill Brunch Neutrals during a sale, because I thought these mini palettes are totally not worth Rs.750. In this post let’s see about this little palette.
I know how much ever the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water has been raved about in the past years, and still going on, it’s the cult favorite Micellar Water for everyone. I love mine too, I was at my local beauty supply store where I accidentally stumbled upon these (not even introduced in India) Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Gel Wash and I’ve seen two variants from them and also being very affordable. And I immediately put in my basket and checked out with both of them. In this review, I’ll be talking about these interesting ones.
It is always fun and exciting to try out new products from new brands. I’ve known BeautyBigBang from international nail artists especially because of their huge nail related stuff they have. And I was surprised to see the Beautybigbang team reach me and asked if I could try some of their makeup. Like who would not? In 2-3 weeks the selected products were right at my doorstep and I couldn’t be more happier. In this post I’ll be showing up what all I’ve got from BeautyBigBang.