Look at those yummy colors – very perfect for kids switch plate covers so make it more attractive right?
Thakoon’s Bollywood-goes-West Spring 2012 show was a delicious riot of print and color — and now, thanks to a just-released collaboration with Nars, the same vivid hues that made up the collection can be worn on fingertips and toes.
In keeping with Thakoon’s spiced-up Spring theme, each of the new lacquers — five of which are shoppable online now at Sephora and Nordstrom for $18 apiece — is named for a traditional Indian spice or herb. Anardana, a vivid pink, takes its name from the Hindi word for wild pomegranate seeds, while Amchoor, a bright yellow, is named after dried ground mango. A sixth color, Lal Mirchi, is a hot, tamale red and is named after — what else? — chili peppers.
I have heard great reviews about NARS blushes that I am saving for one soon. As the Style Doctor aptly said, “Even if you’re a beauty on a budget, set aside $5 a week for a month and when the end of the month comes at least walk out with Orgasm, the line’s award winning shade that looks good on damn near everybody whether you’re Nicole Kidman or Alek Wek.” It is true, a $60 cream can last 6 months, works wonders and if you think about, will only cost you $10 a month. Imagine how many frapuccinos you consume a month and you get my meaning of priorities.
I love make-up. If I can have the chance, I would enroll in a beauty school like Regency Beauty Institute, a cosmetology school in Phoenix, so I can really learn the basics.
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