September's almost on its way out and this month has brought in a lot of changes for me. Switching cities made me think that with full time work, shooting blog posts might become a little cumbersome and infrequent. On the contrary, probably with the extra caution that I have been exercising not to let the blog rest for any week, I have successfully piled myself up with blog post backlog. Its a fulfilling feeling though, I must admit. It just means I have that much more to blabber to my readers and that much more to share in terms of style and other such things. :)
The fab 5 things that are keeping me kicking this month include a lot of beauty buys. I must admit I'm a make up junkie even though I do not end up using almost half the things I stock up on. It never hurts to hoard, does it? (Ok, it hurts the pocket but we'll save that discussion for another day)
So here goes:
|Mac Sheertone Blush in Peaches|
I had read rave reviews about this one but I also had a slight hesitation because I had read that it is a little too light for the Indian skin tone. I went for the kill and I have found the perfect use for this shade. Perfect day wear blush which lends just the slightest bit of peach to your cheeks. Definitely not something you can wear at night. Price: Rs. 1150/- (INR)
|CH by Carolina Herrera|
I'm definitely a fan of the CH house of fragrances. Having been a 212 VIP fan, I had been wanting to try CH, also because of its ultra luxe packaging. The fragrance is warm and woody and definitely my month's pick for a day wear fragrance. Price: Rs. 5000/- (more or less) for 100 ml.
|My new rings|
These two babies that I recently picked while street shopping in Delhi are my current favourite accessories. The rustic silver feel and the spiraling geometric shapes had me in a heartbeat. As fabulous as they look with a shirt and a pair of shorts, they also look as stunning with a lovely kurti and pajama! My work accessory favorites, this month. :) Price: Rs. 150/- (INR) for each.
|L'oreal Paris lipstick in Always Apricot|
L'oreal's new range of lipsticks is long lasting and highly pigmented. This shade won me over because its a lightish rustic red that is definitely a color most Indian skin tones can work. A nice shade to wear over a fine dinner, if you ask me. :) Shade No. 425. Price: Rs. 900/- (INR)
Its an honest attempt to bring in posts of all categories for all my different readers. So while I love sharing my outfits with you'll, make up, beauty products, accessories, travel, books, food make up as much of my interests as the former.
Tell me if you find the reviews useful and what are your favourite September picks.