Aug 28, 2012
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When I was in Noida I always used to crib that I have to go all the way to Saket for the colorbar store. At times, I use to travel by metro for more than an hour just for the colorbar store. So, last week when I was there, the second point in my to-do-list was to visit Colorbar Saket. The first thing was obviously Forever 21 (was in store for more than 4 hours to make sure I didn't missed anything and the bill was around 5K)
I spotted a new variety of lipsticks along with our very favorite velvet ones
"How much are these?"
A lady sweetly replies - "New Range - 300 INR"
A chain of thoughts hit me - 50 INR more than Velvet but new range so lets try this baby
At counter - "Add this. How much do I need to pay?"
"But this is 300 right?"
*in deep shock* But I could not say NO and so I had to get it.
Do you love gloss? The sheer effect on your lips? Then I have a good news for you. Colorbar has launched a new range of lip glosses - True Gloss. They feel and look much better than what they already have.
The names of the gloss like most glosses are really sexy (Bitten-Red, Opal-orchid, nectar-orange, coral-craving, radiant-pink, orange-sunset, vintage-rose, fresh-pink, pink-stain). Most makeup companies seem to put an extra effort for the lip gloss names - please listen you people who do not bother to even name their products *cough*inglot*cough*
Aug 15, 2012
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From Website -
During the Middle Ages in France, angelica was used for its excellent medical properties and as a herb. It was recommended for the overworked or convalescing. angelica essential oil has hydrating and toning properties, which helps restore one's beauty.
Organic Angelica from the Drôme region
Organic Angelica from the Drôme region
In Provence, the Angelica plant can grow to a height of up to two meters in just a few days, thanks to its exceptional capacity for continuous self-hydration. L'OCCITANE has selected an organic angelica from the Drôme region and placed it at the heart of a skincare regimen to include a cleanser, toner, hydration cream, and daily SPF protection with fresh and silky smooth textures. Angelica skincare is formulated with a patented complex of Angelica water to stimulate cell renewal, and Angelica essential oil to support elastin fiber and protect the skin from free-radicals.
Aug 6, 2012
As I saw the poster, I was like what the fish! Will you wear something that change color and that too depending on how HOT you are? What if they change to such a color that they no longer coordinate with your tees? Or What if.....
Gals, please tell me your opinions as I am all confused in there......
Aug 5, 2012
Isn't it miraculous how just 4 alphabets make a beautiful word which make every single shopaholic heart skip a beat? I am not talking about LOVE but SALE. I will be visiting Delhi in few days and I am sure to shop till I drop there and hence I thought that I won't buy a single thing here but now you know what happen.
I really love their boutiques and how nicely they are kept and the sweet attending SAs. Specially the attention towards details by adding those flowers etc.
Aug 4, 2012
*Instrumental testing conducted on 30 women.
**Formulated to minimise the risk of allergy."
Aug 2, 2012
Aren't you all delighted with the Rakshabandan gifts already? (Sorry if ur brother is far away or your case is like mine - Only Daughter!)
Well, I just got a great message from the L'Occitane En Provence store in South City - FLAT 40% Off! I was in my office and could not hold myself there! I called them up but the SA was not sure what was on off and what wasn't. She could have better thrown as wet blanket at me! I forgot the matter but then I just opened the website - Ohh My My! There are products even in 50% off!
Aug 1, 2012
My experience with wine before this event – I have tried Cuban red wine and some whites from Grover. I also had some from Sula as well. I felt red was my thing because maybe I was never able to connect with the whites. Later in this post I will tell you why I never liked white. It was because something that I was doing wrong.
What is this white and red because if you squeeze a grape, the juice is always white? The color of the wine comes from the skin of the grapes. Black grapes are crushed and the skins are allowed to remain in contact with the juice to impart the full color of the red wine. For whites, well you guessed it correctly - there is no contact. Again it all depends on the wine making techniques. The wine maker might think of keeping the white-skin grapes with the white wine to add more flavor to it. Now are you realizing how much the taste might vary for each wine maker? Again there is a Rosé variant as well.
Rosé? Is it made with mixing red and white? Hell NO! The grape skins are allowed to keep with the wine for 12 hours to 3 days depending on the make just to make sure that it just the pink shade they want. Depending on the grapes and wine making techniques, the pink color can range from a pale orange to a vivid near-purple. It is also called rosado (Spain), rosato (Italy) or blush – or simply the pink wine. Talk about being girly, eh?
How to Taste? Before I start on how to pair, let me say something about how to taste it. You might have been bored to death by now by the 4 S – See, Swirl, Smell, Sip. But no matter now boring they might sound they are important to judge about the wine in a perfect way. Our tongue can only taste 4 tastes – sweet, salty, sour and bitter while my nose take help up take around 200 aromas and eyes? Infinite, I guess. So, we take the help of sight by See. We hold the tiled wine against a white surface (you can use the napkin or the table cloth) or better – against light to see the color of the wine. Swril the wine by taking support of the table. Smell the wine to determine the aromas and finally Sip and roll in the mouth so that all the taste buds which are located in different regions can determine the taste and so, we finally get the flavor of the wine with the 4S.
|Quite a Scary Pic. Noticed the Nail Art?|
How to pair? To be frank its not as simple as White meat with white wine and Red meat with red wine. Actually it doesn’t even make any sense! It all depends on the preparation as well as the wine. Let me talk about it by comparing the Four Seasons Wine and the dishes we had in Oasis, part Street.