Category: A Little Tipsy

Cocoa and Coffee DIY Face Pack for Dull Skin

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Hiya Beauties,

For a past couple of months I have been travelling for approx 4 hrs everyday from home to office and back. That is in Air conditioned bus and not to mention 9 hrs everyday in the AC cubicles in office. Well apart from headaches , my skin is also suffering and recently it is been showing on my face. My face has become dull and lifeless. I do try to keep intake of water to 2 bottles per day, but due to work I hardly remember to drink water. There goes 1 lifeline to save my skin.

So lately, I invaded all the masks in my vanity to save my skin. I tried 2-3 masks, but I was not able to see much of a difference on my skin. I tried to google few tips for dull skin and came across a cocoa DIY mask and a Coffee DIY mask. Two of my favorite things!!!

I went ahead and combined this 2 masks, both had separate recipes. But a little tweaking was necessary for me as I couldn’t choose between cocoa and coffee, so I combined both.

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Travel Essentials for a Day Out

Travel essentials

Travel essentials

Hiya Beauties,

Last month I was traveled to Mumbai for some shopping. I must say I splurged a lottt!!! I had been to Mumbai mainly for shopping ethnic wear, but due to delays in journey couldn’t make the most of it. Anyways I thought I should a post on what to carry in your bags while travelling or maybe your day out shopping in hot weather. Mumbai is always hot and sunny and burning and tiring. Nonetheless fun and you do get very good bargains.

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A Little Tipsy: Mustard powder for Hair growth

Tip of the day:

Boost your  hair growth my adding mustard powder to warm hair oil( any of your choice). Massage the mixture onto your scalp and and wash off after 30 mins.

Hair Growth

Hair Growth

For 4 Tablespoon of oil add half tablespoon of mustard powder.

Also you will feel slight heat on your scalp after application that’s normal as this heat only will simulate your hair growth by boosting the blood circulation.

A Little Tipsy – FootBath with Hydrogen Peroxide

Tip of the day:

Add 2 cups of hydrogen peroxide(H2O2) in your footbath to kill the germs and soften the dead tissues on your heels. After soaking use a pumice stone or a foot file to scrub away the dead skin. You will be amazed how easy this task becomes after the use of hydrogen peroxide.

Feet Care

Feet Care

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