Before trying out any skin product, it is important to find out what kind of skin type you have. This is essential because each skin type has different requirements, and you have to choose products, which suit your skin.
Rishav Adhikari, better known as ‘Shutter Psycho’ lives to travel. Last year alone he spent 185 days on the road and this year too the numbers are nearing the same. A travel content creator based in Pokhara, Rishav travels all around Nepal for various photo video projects. He is also associated with the travel group ‘Ghumante’, a community of likeminded people who focus on traveling to less frequented places around Nepal to make videos and take photos to bring spotlight to these often ignored locations. To sum it up, he is living the proverbial dream.
Kriti KC won the title of ‘Miss Teen SEE 2019’. The beauty pageant was organized by Star One Entertainment Pvt Ltd. The finale was held at National Culture Corporation, Jamal, recently. Apart from the main title, KC also won the subtitle of Best Ramp Walk.
Healthy skin is the reflection of a healthy lifestyle. And going natural can help you get that glow from inside this summer. As experts point out, a healthy skin is the reflection of a healthy body and mind.
When I see a red rose in the garden, I realize that there is a perfect combination between the red color and its mesmerizing fragrance. Like it or not, but I keep questioning myself: What does beauty actually mean?
Beauty, they say, is in the eyes of the beholder. In real life too, this has proven to be true. But when you hear about the rather peculiar fashion choices of people in the past, one often wonders if it really is a difference in perspective or something else. Well, it turns out there’s something else at play here. The Week gives you a rundown of some questionable fashion trends historically present around the world and explores the stories and reasons behind them.
As she pursued her dream of becoming a fashion model, veering for years between extreme dieting and overeating, Park I Seul realized she had a problem: She was not tall and skinny, like typical runway models, nor was she big enough to be a plus-size model.
KATHMANDU, Dec 4: Be it summer or winter, clothes bring fashion into life. Some dress up to look stylish while others are attired to look gentle. They consciously or subconsciously mould themselves to the changing fashion world and hereby strongly support it. Fashion is a lifestyle. Once Marc Jacobs said, “Clothes mean nothing until someone lives in them.”
A canvas devoid of any work, no matter how spotless the blank canvas is, isn’t art. Not even an art connoisseur can pass it off as anything but simply a boring piece of canvas. It is because it is untouched and thus has nothing to convey. A plain, spotless face is like that of a blank canvas, it can tell you no stories of days lived, hardships endured or laughs shared. But a face lined along the eyes tells you of times of laughter and joy. The lines along a mother’s mouth cries of hours she has spent nursing her ailing child. The swells of an old man’s wrinkles sing of a lifetime of memories, of love and friendship, of good times and bad, of hardship and hard work. Akin to a canvas, a marked face is one that has lived.
KATHMANDU, Oct 28: Amateur artists Dibesh Pradhan and Rakesh Chandra Shrestha, both colleagues at Nepal’s foremost college of fine arts Lalit Kala Campus, have initiated ‘Saturday Plein Air workshop’ to explore the artists in them.
There is a small world operating behind the scenes to keep the eco-system going and it goes unnoticed by the majority of us. The tiny world of insects and other organisms are the prime contributors to how wildlife and nature operate. As Jonas Salk, an American medical researcher and virologist, said “If all insects were to disappear from the earth within 50 years, all life on earth would end. If all human beings disappeared from the earth within 50 years, all life on earth would flourish.”
KATHMANDU, Oct 2: What do you think of when you hear the term ‘beauty pageant’?
The general image that comes to our minds is: conventionally beautiful women, wearing shiny gowns wrapped by sash and sparkling crowns made up of jewels in their heads. They have wide smiles on their faces, alongside glittery makeup, and they are walking with style, with their hands waving to the crowd.
Oct 1: People who suffer from the skin condition acne may suffer from the negative impact of perceived social stigma tied to their skin condition, according to a new study from the University of Limerick (UL) in Ireland.
You may have assumed that most major cosmetics companies were on board with alternatives to cruelty to animals, but there are some that still pay to poison and kill. It isn’t always easy to know which brands are completely cruelty-free. For instance, L’Oréal, which doesn’t test on animals in the United States, pays for deadly testing in China, where archaic and painful experiments on animals are required for cosmetics.
Beauty and body perfection have commonly been associated with women. The issue related to women body objectification and dissatisfaction has long been in discussion in Nepal. The conversation is obvious because traditional patriarchal ideology and gender roles have made women behave and want to look a certain way. But with the portrayal of ‘ideal’ male bodies in the media in the recent times, young men in Nepal too are suffering from body image issues. However, the conversation is lacking where men are concerned.
With the beauty industry being one that is always growing, there are always new products and trends that people will obsess over, and will flood everyone’s newsfeeds on social media. Here are five beauty trends that have been quite the rage in the recent days.
Makeup artist, beauty blogger, and social media influencer Purnima Giri claims she is living her dream life. Currently based in Bangladesh, Giri mentions that she loves the fact that she gets to decide on every aspect of her life and that she is her own boss. The Instagram star who has over 10,000 followers on the social media site frequently uploads new and creative makeup looks and tutorials on her YouTube channel too.
Everyone wants locks that glisten because when your hair is voluminous, clean and radiant, you really do feel like you can take on the world. No matter what your hair texture is, you can have healthy-looking hair by following these simple tips.
There I sat on a blue bench with my best friend chatting about yesterday’s daily soap episode. As we were discussing, two girls, who had come to talk about blood donation, interrupted us. They started by explaining the eligibility criteria of the donors. Nonetheless, I don’t know if it was slip of tongue or something else, but my friend’s chubby outlook urged the one of the girls to ask her to donate blood.
My friend looked down in shame, but I stood up for her. I told them that it was rude to body-shame people. Every individual comes in different shapes and sizes and that we should learn to accept it.
But the incident stirred me. Those two girls represent our times when everything is measured in small waistlines, perfect height, and weight. My best friend represent every individual who has been victimized by the notion of who the social definition of beauty.
Everyone feels delighted when they’re told: “You’re beautiful.” These words actually mean that the person complimenting is attracted toward our external features. But we have been misinterpreting the phrase by evaluating it with a temporary standard of beauty. Its prominence is so evident that people follow strict diet plans to get into a perfect shape, or hide behind hazardous cosmetics. Some even starve to the point when they fall unconscious, or go as far as going under the knife for the desired look. Mankind has the tendency of labeling anyone who falls outside a specific set of specifications as ugly, or unattractive.
I wonder how human beings, the most gifted creature on this planet, take pride in lowering someone else’s self-esteem. Being called ‘ugly’ brings people a sense of dissatisfaction toward themselves. This four lettered word is capable of leaving a fatal scar that will make people wonder their worth. In my opinion, no one should be damaged to the point where they start feeling worthless. We should start appreciating people just the way they are rather than trying to find someone else in them.
Nature is the best definition of beauty. In nature, we see all kinds of trees and flowers. They might be tall, short, pink or blue but nobody judges nature to say: “Look! What a fat tree. The heavy weight doesn’t seem good on it” or “That flower is blue. It’s so cold”.
Instead, we say: “What a beautiful tree!” and “Blue really is unique and beautiful among all those flowers”. Nature never classifies race, caste, color, gender, shape, size or religion. It blesses every creature with love and compassion. Nature is a source of inspiration. But we don’t apply even the slightest approach of that positivity in our daily lives. Rather, we allow color, shape, size etc to determine who is beautiful and who isn’t.
We learn as we imitate our surroundings. Similarly, children learn both good and bad things about someone they look up to. This is why parents should raise their children in such a way they will not judge a person based on color, sizes, caste, height etc. so that they grow up with a beautiful perspective toward life and nature.
We, the grownups, get lost chasing the false sense of beauty that we never realize what we are losing until it slips away from our hands. We all are made of same flesh and blood on the inside and we share the same sky. We only live once. Let’s be the best version of ourselves. It’s never too late to start again.
Although beauty is quite subjective depending upon the preferences and taste of an individual, there are always small things that you can do everyday that add to your physical attractiveness. We have listed out six simple and easy things that don’t take much time and lean more towards grooming than actual beauty routines that make you look more put together and improve your overall appearance.
KATHMANDU, July 16: Small enterprises including beauty parlors and small-scale shirting and suiting shops will have to mandatorily register in Value Added Tax from Tuesday, the first day of the Fiscal Year 2018/19.
The provision endorsed in the budget has put these small enterprises under existential threat, according to Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI).
In days when even a 12-year-old in an Indian city would be carrying a smartphone and riding to school on a moped, in Baijnath village in UP’s Sonbhadra district, even pregnant women have to be carried to the nearest hospital on cots.