Lakme Nail Colour Remover comes in a glass bottle so you have to be really careful while using & storing it. It has a plastic stopper with small whole so it drops adequate amount of product to cotton swab, 2 drops are enough to remove nail paint on one finger, let me show you the example.
I am wearing two coats of nail paint (no base coat or top coat) I reviewed here. You can see it has faded a bit on tips, it could last for 2-3 days more but I am removing it because I’ve to review another beautiful nail paint, stay tuned. 🙂
It completely removes the nail paint but since I was wearing a darker one so it left behind pinkish stains. The formula kind of dries my nails and you can see it in the pic.
What I like about Lakme Nail Colour Remover
• Super affordable & easily available in market.
• The plastic stopper is perfect because it drops enough amount of product. Other brands have really crappy stoppers.
• Removes the nail paint completely.
What I don’t like about Lakme Nail Colour Remover
• It smells!
• Dries my nails a bit.
• Comes in a glass bottle and it can break in 1 2 3.
Overall I quiet like this product and I keep repurchasing it. 🙂
Which nail paint remover do you use? Let me know in comments.
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I never get waxing done on my face or upper lips/eyebrows, not because it’s painful but the idea of doing it to my face horrifies me! Now you can also say “No” to waxing! I’ve discovered an easy and (almost) painless way to get rid of facial hair that I am going to share with you all.
You will need –
• 2 Tablespoons Besan (Gram Flour)
• 2 Tablespoons water
• Few drops of honey (if you’ve dry skin)
Mix all the ingredients in a small bowl, honey is an optional ingredient. Apply this paste to your face using your fingers or a brush. Let it dry until your skin starts feeling “stretched”.
Now gently scrub off the pack with your fingers. If it feels really painful then soak a cloth in warm water and use it to remove the pack but it may not help much to get rid of facial hair.
Please don’t try this if you have diabetes because diabetic people are prone to skin infections. My mom has diabetes so she simply washed off the pack with lukewarm water
My skin is feeling really soft after trying this method! Let me to know if you try it too 🙂
|(With Flash) Well that’s my car’s pamphlet, the colour matches 😀|
Price – 60/- Rs (or 70/-, don’t know about the price since our home minister handles the payment thing :D)
Why spend thousands on decorative stuffs when you can make your own?
1. Bottle Lamp
3. Melted Crayons Art
4. Lights and Pictures!
5. Scrap Paper Chandelier
6. Flower Arrangement in wide bowl
8. Cute Painted Bottles as a Vase
9. Family photos clock
10. Twig candle holder
11. DIY lights
12. Tissue paper pom poms
13. Paper flowers wall decor
The story is about a 6 year old girl who loses her speech in an accident – Shahida/Munni(Harshali Malhotra) from Pakistan, who comes to India with her mother (Meher Vij) to seek blessings from Nizammuddin Dargah, Delhi. After visiting Dargah, they board Samjhauta Express to go back to Pakistan, but Shahida is somehow left behind in Attari Railway Station. She stands there miserably, unable to shout for her mother, until she sees a freight train and boards it. She then reaches Kurukshetra where she meets our beloved bhai, Pawan Chaturvedi/Bajrangi (Salman Khan). Rest of the movie shows all the consequences which Bajrangi faces to send Munni back to her country safely.
This young girl, Harshali Malhotra, is star of the movie. She didn’t utter a single word throughout the movie (Spoiler: except in the end) but still won my heart, just with her beautiful and expressive face. I would love to see her acting with Bhai again. All other supporting actors like Nawazuddin Siddique, Sharat Saxena, Om Puri and the gorgeous actress Kareena Kapoor Khan have done a brilliant job as well.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan is full of emotions, drama, action & comedy, will share my favourite dialogues in my next post. 😀
I’ll rate this movie 4/5. -1 for album (chicken song, seriously?)
Have you watched Bajrangi Bhaijaan yet? Share your reviews. 🙂