Home Health Nutrition Nutrition on August 12, 2022 There's no doubt that lifestyle habits and genetics can influence and predispose your skin to pesky conditions, but that doesn't mean you can't get a glowing complexion and better skin. Although plenty of cosmetics call themselves skin food, the key to a healthy complexion doesn't just come from a bottle. Well, there's no denying that these cleansers and lotions offer a topical fix, but healthy and hydrated skin starts from within. You'll have healthy, glowing skin if you eat the right foods. Research indicates that the food you eat can influence the appearance of your skin and complexion. The food you consume is digested and enters your bloodstream, which circulates to your skin. Take a look at the 5 foods you should eat to get healthier skin. Top 5 Foods For Healthy Skin 1. Pumpkin Pumpkins contain alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs), commonly found in skincare … [Read more...] about 5 Foods You Should Eat To Get Healthier Skin
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Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe | on July 13, 2016 Samantha Ruth Prabhu is one of the top leading actresses of South India. She has done popular movies like Theri, 24, A Aa, Anjaan, etc. Samantha has been on our radar for quite some time and we are honored to say that she is one of our favourite South Indian fashionistas. Samantha doesn't have a specific taste in fashion. She tries a variety of clothing and wears them all well. She has tried from pastel colours to bright colours to prints. She has worn skirts, bodycon dresses, tea-length dresses, gowns, saree gowns and sarees. Unlike other stars, she gave us a range of clothing categories to pick our favourites from. While many celebrities would only wear dresses or only stick to their style zone, Samantha, as we have observed, is quite liberal when it comes to picking clothes for her public appearance. The best part is, of course, how confidently she carries all her … [Read more...] about 11 Irresistible Looks Of Samantha Ruth Prabhu That You Definitely Don’t Want To Miss
Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe | on August 12, 2022 Being pregnant is the biggest joy and blessing anyone could wish for! Gone are the days when pregnant mamas had to hide their bump with a long scarf or oversized tee. Today, the mommies-to-be love flaunting their bumpy-side in chic and comfy maternity wear. And the major credit for the same goes to the Bollywood mommies who give major maternity fashion inspiration whenever clicked by Paparazzi! Image: Instagram Bollywood divas have definitely taken maternity fashion to another level. If you are a mum-to-be and wish to add some interesting maternity outfits to your mommy closest then here's a quick guide for you: Maxi Dress Image: Pinterest Kareena Kapoor Khan is one chic mommy who never fails to impress everyone with her effortless style. She gave major maternity fashion goals during both her pregnancies. Kareena picked flowy maxis and kaftans … [Read more...] about Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Kareena Kapoor Khan: Bollywood Guide To Maternity Fashion
Home Women Women on August 12, 2022 In the fall of 1942, when most US American baseball players were fighting the Germans in World War II, there was a shortage of good players at home. And the league was making losses. Chewing gum mogul Philipp K Wrigley, who owned the men's baseball team the "Chicago Cubs" from 1932 to 1937, then came up with the idea of recruiting women for the sport, which is especially popular in the United States. Thus, in 1943, the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League was founded. After a rather bumpy start, the league would go on to enjoy great success: In 1948, more than 900,000 spectators watched the games of a total of 15 teams. Yet, the initial reception they received was that women have no place in baseball. The new Amazon Prime series "A League of Their Own," starring Abbi Jacobson and Roberta Colindrez of "The Deuce" fame, illustrates the women's fight against this prejudice. Not a … [Read more...] about Amazon Prime Video’s A League of Their Own: Baseball’s Not For Women — Or Is It?