Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Face Polish Review

Sunday, 22 May 2016

Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Face Polish
Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Face Polish
PR Sample*
I don't know about you but out of all skin care products, I am a fan of exfoliators. They give me a very satisfying feeling of cleanliness so I always look forward to trying new ones. I was sent this Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Face Polish by Wishtrend and it is a Korean beauty product so that got me really intrigued.

This face polish comes in such a cool looking vintage tub with an extra protective plastic lid inside. The product itself is made up of these three key ingredients: Black Sugar, Shea Butter, and Cranberry Seed Oil. The tiny granules of black sugar are what obviously provide the exfoliation and I know it looks like brown sugar but that's how it is. The shea butter moisturises while nourishing the skin and cranberry seed oil is packed with antioxidants and Vitamin E to further enhance moisture retention and skin elasticity. There are no parabens, alcohol or artificial colour added and one other notable ingredient is Andiroba Oil which is anti-inflammatory so it soothes skin.
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Fashion Pakistan Week: My Hair, Makeup and Outfits

Thursday, 19 May 2016

Being all stylish and stuff! ;)
This post has been long due but you already know April was a crazy month and better late than never. For the fourth time in a row, I was at the Fashion Pakistan Week this year to witness upcoming spring/summer trends. I will touch upon what I adored from some of the showcasing collections in a later post but today I just want to tell you all about my hair, makeup, and outfits for the event.

For the three days of fashion, I was offered hair and makeup by Depilex which is owned by Masarrat Misbah and her family. So for hair, my favourite stylist at the salon is Ayesha and she is great with braids and twists hence I loved my hair on the first day the most as it looked effortless. For makeup, everything used was from Masarrat Misbah Makeup range so the base we stuck with was Mocha mainly and I went with nude lipsticks on all three days but Cafe Tint is my new found favourite from the brand as it was used on me on Day 1 and then I asked for it again on Day 3.

Ayesha Ziya Oud Fragrances - Coming to Pakistan SUPER Soon

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Ayesha Ziya Oud Fragrances
Ayesha Ziya, a UK based entrepreneur, is planning on launching her luxurious oud fragrances in Pakistan this Ramadan after being a hit in UK, Doha, and South Africa. So, for that matter, today we had a bloggers/press meetup at Karachi Gymkhana. To begin with, the lady herself is such a sweet soul and as she told us her story about coming up with this sensational range being a chemistry student, one could tell how her passion runs deep for what she does.

Oud is made out of different kinds of woods from all across the world after being soaked in oils for months and the brand, Ayesha Ziya, focuses on encapsulating the natural essence of it but with a twist. If you are familiar with Arabic scents, you would know that oud is quite popular amongst Arabs but Ayesha wanted something that is not as strong so that it can be worn easily by most people. Hence, she made an Arabic and French hybrid. Which means most of these have a fruity, floral hint.