NARS Single Eyeshadow Lhasa review, Swatches, EOTD!

NARS Single Eyeshadow Lhasa review

Let me introduce you to my one and only NARS eyeshadow. I wanted a neutral shade that I can just swipe on the lid & get done. I deliberately chose a very unique shade- Something I’d never seen before. Lhasa for me is like a Cocktail dress -rich & elegant.

NARS SAYS : Lhasa Single Eyeshadow
One of the highest cities in the world, Lhasa is the home to many significant Tibetan Buddhist palaces. This shimmery lavender-gray Single Eyeshadow lends lids a luminous look worthy of its spiritual namesake.
COST : $24.

My take on Lhasa : Lhasa is much more than a soft lavender gray. It feels like one of those rich, english colors that look expensive. I bought it to use as a soft wash of color on my lid because most of the times, I get no time to dress up while going out. it’s always “get ready in 10mins”. Do you gals have to deal with this?
Let me sing my praises for Lhasa tho

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Valentine’s day makeup with Covergirl Bombshell collection and a $100 gift card giveaway!

Hey everyone…. I remember when I was single and a teen, I used to be so excited for Valentine’s and birthdays. Also the fact that I had not touched makeup for so long that I wanted to do something special. So when Covergirl offered me their latest Bombshell collection products to try and review I just sat in from of the cam and started recording 🙂 Covergirl launched the new Bombshell collection comprised […]

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Neova Serious GlyPeel [Peel-Off Mask] review

As a teen, every time I saw adverts for peel off masks on TV, it always reminded me off those face peeling zombie movies. I never used a peel off mask only because I was always scared I’d peel my face skin or entangle my fuzz and it would hurt like crazy. Also, it did not help as I grew up with Acne. Not that I’m an adult (body wise ;)), I have […]

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MAC satin lipstick Del Rio review, swatches!

Color-wise, It’s a rich plum with brown undertones, and packs quite the punch. MAC calls it plum-brown but I think the undertones are more of a mahogany than a plum brown. This color goes with a lot of Indian skin tones so it’s a cult fav of makeup artists in India/Gulf countries.

I won’t say it’s my favourite or sing praises about it. But I would say, I was bowled by how creamy and soft it feels. I love applying it on me. Not to mention the pigmentation. While I was applying it today, I was reminded how much I love MAC lip products. This is my sophisticated lip color btw. I mostly wear it with formal clothes, Indian dresses & I’m sure it will look fabulous on sarees. Most of the times I just dab it on my lips and blend with my finger. Here I’ve full on applied it from the tube! It stays for about 4hrs on me after which it leaves behind a lovely stain. And it does not transfer much on the coffee cups 😉 I also tone it down by layering it with a lighter gloss.
Honestly, If you want to give your mom/aunty/elder lady a MAC lippie- do try del Rio.
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