Wed, Aug 12, 2020

  • Anxiety can harshly impact your skin, hair
    Stress causes hormonal imbalance which leads to acne, rashes, hair thinning and fall, and various other skin break-outs.
    Anxiety can harshly impact your skin, hair
    The lockdown has resulted in stress for a lot of people - stress of being cooped inside for weeks together the uncertainty looming large has taken a toll on peoples mental well being. Stress cannot be hidden it is seen right on your face. The first tell-tale signs of stress are reflected on your face as pale skin and mild eruptions.Stress causes hormonal imbalance which leads to acne, rashes, hair thinning and fall, and various other skin break-outs. It is imperative that people follow good skin care hygiene while they're locked indoors. Staying inside does not necessarily mean you can forego or overlook skin and hair care. These are prone to more damage owing to stress, Dr Geetanjali Shetty, Consultant Dermatologist and Cosmetologist, Cetaphil India tells IANSlife. Hence we encourage people to follow a strict, if not elaborate,...
  • Bandhani: A technique that works on anything from a sari to a slip dress Bandhani: A technique that works on anything from a sari to a slip dress

    Tie and dye is the comfort food of fashion-- easy to do, a great bonding activity and the result is very Instagram friendly.

  • Kalki Koechlin gives herself a Makeover At-Home Kalki Koechlin gives herself a Makeover At-Home

    Taking inspiration from actress Kalki Koechlin, it's time to let down those curls or flaunt a vibrant glossy shine.

  • Kangana on Handloom Day: Promote Indian organic fabric, preserve planet Kangana on Handloom Day: Promote Indian organic fabric, preserve planet

    Kangana said that fashion industry has become one of the most damaging industries for our environment and that new challenges call for new resolves.

  • Accessorise with graffiti art and neo-expressionism Accessorise with graffiti art and neo-expressionism

    With the pandemic bringing an air of gloom and doom across the world, anything to cheer us up is more welcome. Which is why, we can't help drool over Louis Vuittons's latest accessories with its pop...

  • Putting retail back on track: Using influencers to promote safety, draw in anxious shoppers Putting retail back on track: Using influencers to promote safety, draw in anxious shoppers

    Wendy Nguyen, a fashionable Instagram personality with 1.1 million followers, is regularly tapped by retailers like Macy’s and Banana Republic to promote their wares on social media. They typically...

  • Handbags and accessories are always winners Handbags and accessories are always winners

    Online auctions have attracted over 40 percent first-time registrants and 34 percent new bidders in the accessories section says a leading global auction house.

  • Kanchi award winner revives traditional weaving method Kanchi award winner revives traditional weaving method

    B Krishnamoorthy, a national award-winning weaver from Kancheepuram, loves to experiment with saree designs and weaving methods.

  • Fashion is emotional more than anything else. You should feel happy wearing it Fashion is emotional more than anything else. You should feel happy wearing it

    Major e-commerce sites have seen massive jump in the number of orders placed for rakhis and e-gifts given the restrictions and apprehensions about travel and social distancing.

  • Online handloom exhibition aims at supporting artisans Online handloom exhibition aims at supporting artisans

    The second edition of 'Go Swadeshi Online', an online exhibition of handloom clothes and artifacts by weavers and artisans from across the country, aims at supporting artisans liquidate their stocks...