Monthly Archives: January 2014

How to Apply Liquid Eyeliner!

Eyeliner enhances the attractiveness of eyes. In earlier times usually women used ‘Surma’ for this purpose. In fact for eye makeup eyeliner is compulsory and it is mainly available in two shades i.e. black and brown. Black eyeliner has a more classic and formal look and brown eyeliner has a comparatively more casual effect and can be used on a daily basis.kajal_banner11

As per public demand now eyeliners are available in various shapes and kinds including pencil liner, gel liners and liquid liners. Usually the application of liquid eyeliner is the most difficult because it is more difficult to handle.

However you should have some basic knowledge that how liquid eyeliner can apply.20120504taniaspa_front-banner

  1. First of all, be careful while choosing your eyeliner. The shade of your eyeliner must be in accordance with the color of your hair. If you have black hair, you must opt for black eyeliner and if you have brown hair, brown is the right shade for you in eyeliners.
  2. To apply liquid eyeliner, line your eye from the inside of lashes outward in one big sweep. If you want eyeinstead of inside, you can start from middle of your lash line outward and then finish the inner corner of the eye to the middle.
  3. If you want your eyes to appear big and bright then after applying eyeliner on the upper lid, line your outer corner of eye using an eyeliner brush or a white eyebrow pencil.
  4. Usually eyeshade is applied first and secondary to that eyeliner is applied but according to professional beauticians eyeliner must be applied first and eyeshade latter.
  5. If you use mascara in the same color as your eyeliner, then you can achieve a more natural look. Hence, it is suggested to have eyeliner and mascara in same shade.
  6. While applying liquid eyeliner, make sure that you do not apply too much of it. If you apply a heavy coat, it will look shabby and also it will not make a very precise line.
  7. After applying first coat, wait for 5 to 10 sec for it to get dried. Then, apply the second coat.
  8. Try to line your eye as close to your lash line as possible.
  9. Look in the mirror and compare both eyes. Make the little corrections, if any, using Kohl pencil.

To be in the safe side, try to change your liquid eyeliner every six months to avoid infectious bacteria.

Latest Bridal Mehandi Designs!

Nowadays Mehandi designs are very much fashionable art among women in Asian countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh…etc. It has been in practiced in Indian subcontinent from a very long time before and making it inseparable part of rituals and functions like religious festivals, weddings and also kitty parties. Now Mehndi is mandatorily applied by the brides on their wedding days.bridal-mehndi-designs (1)

Mehndi can be found in various colors like red, black and also some mixed version. The style of mehandi designs change as per the geographic traditions, Community…etc. The major difference in Arabic style design uses bigger flowery designs which don’t cover entire hand while mehandi designs practiced in Indian subcontinent (India, Pakistan and Bangladesh) use smaller and better designs.

For a girl wedding is the major day of her life.

Make your Deodorant at Home!

Now you can make your deodorants at home. It may not look like the common deodorant stick, but it’s a better way. It’s toxin-free that you can make with all natural ingredients and requires nothing more out from your kitchen ingredients.

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It may look like making a deodorant at home, which actually works, it’s super easy way and I hope you will like it.


  • 1/3 cup corn starch
  • 1/4 cup baking soda
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon Shea butter / Moisturizer or Lotion
  • 10 drops peppermint oil


  1. 1 empty container
  2. Take a bowl and combine corn starch and baking soda. Add coconut oil and Shea butter to it and mix Homemade-deodorantit well. Now, add a few drops of peppermint oil. Stir all of the ingredients together until well combined. You can use a hand blender, but a whisk or spoon will work well, too.
  3. The mixture will not exactly be solid like a deodorant stick, so pour the mixture into a small container. You can use any old jar for this purpose. Place the deodorant in the refrigerator for 30 minutes or until the mixture has solidified.
  4. As Chennai is a hot place, the deodorant won’t always be solid at room temperature. The coconut oil and shea butter naturally soften and/or melt in higher heats. Since it’s always hot and humid here, the mixture will be somewhat mushy within an hour. However, that doesn’t mean it can’t be used. Its consistency will be similar to body butter, which is much easier for application.
  5. If you are sensitive to baking soda or essential oils, try using significantly less than the amounts above. You can also try the recipe without either ingredient. It is best to do a test patch before applying to make sure you aren’t sensitive to any of the ingredients. When applying the deodorant you only need a very small amount for each armpit and a rice grain-sized deodorant to put on your wrists.
  6. Now feel the fresh natural Smell and give your views.