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Street Wear Color Rich Nail Enamel: 32 Lady Blue Eyes

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So few days back, my friend and I went to stock in a kajal liner. With our roving eyes, we always look out for anything that appeals to our eyes and it goes straight at the billing counter. In such an excursion, we began selecting the nail paints from Street Wear. She picked the shade for me while I finalized for her. 


Street Wear is a range of cosmetics by Revlon, which have targeted audience of college goers or people who are beginners into the world of makeup. They offer budget friendly foundation, compacts, lipsticks, etc. The nail paints were on discounts for unknown reasons as well. They come with animated images that seem to have been inspired from the Archies comic characters. The shade I picked up is 32: Lady Blue Eyes. All shades have been bestowed with creative names. For the net weight of 5 ml, it comes at the price of INR 60. Elle 18 and Street Wear are almost like great competitors in terms of price and products. 


The brush applicator that came along with my…

Himalaya Lemon Face Wash

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Currently I am listening to Alan Walker’s Faded; and I love it. :) :)

I have combination to oily skin type and it does get acne sometimes, especially in summers or those days of the month. Usually, I have two face washes which I simultaneously switch and use. I had finished my Nyassa Tea Tree Face wash which I received in my May Fab Bag and it has been reviewed here- http://lyfabubble.blogspot.in/2016/05/nyassa-tea-tree-face-wash.html.  Since lately I am trying to let my acne heal, I decided on picking up the trusted old Himalaya face wash. I have also used the neem variant but the lemon one suits my skin better.


Himalaya Lemon face wash retails at INR 60 for net volume of 50 ml. It is exclusively for oily skin type and helps in removing the abundance of oil which the oil mine of my skin produces, as if it gets rewarded for working extra time. *LOL* The packaging is simple and travel friendly. It comes in a flip top squeeze out tube. The face wash is clear or transparent …

7 Heaven Super Matte Lipstick

Hello ladies,
By now, you’d definitely be aware about my lipstick love *WINK*
I can never get enough of lipsticks, even if my vanity screams- Lipstick Overload! Summer is all about colourful makeup. With sweat and humid weather melting away the entire makeup base, my minimalistic quick makeup look would incorporate compact powder and a beautiful lipstick shade. 

I’ve reviewed a lot of 7 Heaven lipsticks and every time I raid the local cosmetics store, 7 Heaven is out with another product from their range. Honestly, with their price range, I think they are catering quite amazing products and their longevity is commendable as well. This review was long due but I wanted to test it thoroughly for reviewing. I had initially seen this on Flipkart at an expensive rate of INR 475. When I visited the cosmetic store, I had intentions of purchasing the new Elle 18 Matte lipsticks for reviewing and they were like it’s not out in the market, is it?  And I was like yes, go tell your suppliers to send…

First Anniversary of ‘Think It Over’

When I was in 10th grade, my dad would teach me maths. He was aware of my incapability in cramming formulas; this is why he would showcase me how they have been derived. But when I compared my progress with other students, I saw I was slow to learn and annoyed I told my father that this derivation thing is actually time consuming and I should perhaps simply start cramming them like others and begin with questions. And here’s what he told me- “Study never goes waste. It might not help you today in exams but in the longer run or somewhere on someday you’d realize it was all worth the while.”
But in 10th and 12th grade, you simply dismiss these ideas because all you wanna do is gain good scores in the Board Exams. That’s what your school and tuition teachers are worried about. In my first semester of graduation, I flunked my two exams due to some personal issues. My family was quite supportive as they knew I tried and did what I could. My dad said- “You studied, you played your part, and …

My Mini Eyeshadow Collection

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You must be wondering why lately I am plunging into my vanity and sharing with you my makeup collection; the answer being- I just managed to de-clutter my drawer and organize them. When I attend college, early morning rush results in a cyclone in my almirah and drawers. Result being, clothes piled up like a mini mountain and I was just aware of the things that were lying on the top. The same was with the makeup drawers. There was even a small toothpaste tube lying in there out of nowhere. After all the cleansing ritual of my cupboard, it finally looks pretty that you can easily detect what is where. The next morning when my dad saw it, he was amazingly shocked at my organizing skills and he pointed out at my book rack for the same time consuming process. Trust me, my books are like all over my house, and the rack being so messed up that once I tried taking out a book and some papers simply fell over my head. That’s what an exam fever causes to my storing places. *LOL*

We…

Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Pack

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The summers of Delhi give out an open invitation to small pimples on my face, that are apparent within the skin but shy away from fully emerging outside. These are the days when I need to take extra care and keep at bay these crazy summer acne. 

I’ve been using the Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Pack from quite some time and I wonder why I haven’t reviewed it earlier. This face pack is my alternative to the Khadi Neem Face Pack that I’ve been using religiously for more than two years. I’ve reviewed the same here- http://lyfabubble.blogspot.com/2015/08/khadi-neem-face-pack-ayurvedic-ubtan.html. The Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Pack is exclusively for days when I am in no mood to amalgamate various contents and create a face pack from powdered consistency.

Himalaya is one such brand that contains all natural ingredients, thus you do not need to worry about applying chemical onto your face. I have also tried their face washes in Neem, Lemon and Aloe-vera var…

Makeup Revolution London: The Matte Effect Cover & Conceal: Concealer Stick

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The weekend flew away without major happenings. I went Daryaganj with my friend to get his guitar strings fixed and on the way back, we almost bumped into a vehicle. Currently, my left leg has so many internal injury marks; ranging from green to black. My memory is filled with so many 2 wheeler incidents that you’d be quite amazed.  *LOL*


Lately, I had been eyeing at Makeup Revolution London the Matte Effect Cover & Conceal Concealer Stick in the darkest shade on Flipkart. Although it is priced at INR 550, on flipkart it was available at somewhere around INR 250. I really wanted a bronzing stick and in India, cream bronzers aren’t easily available at an affordable price. But I wasn’t sure about the texture of this concealer stick. I did not want to invest in a concealer that does not blend and that too in a shade that’s darker than my skin tone. Fortunately, I received this same concealer stick in my May Fab Bag but in the shade MC 01 Fairest. I’ve reviewed the same he…