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  1. Schools, airports and non-essential businesses around the world have been shut down for weeks as countries try to curb coronavirus spread
  2. It is obvious that people are getting bored, sitting at home all day long thanks to the lockdown due to the Coronavirus. While most of us are maintaining social distancing and are at home, there are some people who just cannot control their urge to step out. There have been a few incidents wherein we have seen people step out for 'non-essential' services. One would assume that it is easy to be on the roads during such a time, but police across the country have come up with interesting ways in which they are punishing the violators. The highlight of the pandemic is to stay safe at home and not roam around. Here's how you would get punished if you are found breaking the lockdown rules: 1. Squats On Roads © Twitter/IPS Association COVIDIOTS is a term that has been coined for people flouting restrictions and with good reason. Recently, the police have been asking violators to firstly admit that they broke the rule and then asking them to do squats and sit-ups on the roads. Reminds me of school days! 2. 'Murga' Pose © Twitter/IPS Association The Murga pose has been really famous since school days and the policemen of our country are making people do the same amidst the lockdown. The Maharashtra police was seen making violators do the murga pose, which was really funny but it also helped in spreading awareness on the importance of staying home amid a lockdown. 3. Game Of Hopscotch An SP rank official of â¦@JmuKmrPoliceâ© whilst guiding people of Ganderbal about #Social_Distancing, carefully marking their footsteps in an equidistant manner. #IndiaFightsCOVID19 pic.twitter.com/yij0KGEK3n â ðð« ðð®ð§ððð¦ ðð¡ðð§ (@DrSuneem) March 23, 2020 Even though this wasn't a punishment, the police are also making sure that people maintain social distancing while they are shopping for essential goods. In Jammu and Kashmir and even in Delhi, it was noticed that there were circles drawn on the ground for people to stand in and practise social distancing when stepping out for essential shopping. That's how strict the police is at the moment. 4. Last Resort Method © Twitter/IPS Association "We are not mishandling them, but they have to understand the present scenario,â said the Lucknow police. In a bizarre incident reported from UP, a self-styled godwoman who calls herself "Maa Aadi Shakti", was seen brandishing a sword at the police who questioned her for stepping out during a lockdown. This, in turn, led to a lathi-charge on the people who were a part of the gathering. 5. 'Main Samaj Ka Dushman Hoon' © Twitter/IPS Association Besides sit-ups and squats, the Indian police have also taken it a notch higher, by asking the violators to hold pamphlets, calling them the 'enemies of the state.' The paper read âMai samaj ka Dushman hoon. Mai Ghar pe nahi rahoonga." Now, that's something! 6. Writing 'Sorry' 500 Times © Twitter/IPS Association Recently, around 10 foreigners violated lockdown rules and were seen roaming around in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. They were punished on the spot and were asked to write 'sorry' 500 times for breaking the rules. Well, that's how it's done, we reckon. View the full article
  3. With over one million people being tested positive with the Coronavirus, the need for boosting your immune system and staying healthy for yourself and the people around you, has become of utmost importance. We, therefore, reached out to Sheryl Salis, a registered dietician, certified diabetes educator and wellness coach with a career spanning across 19 years in order to provide you with some simple and basic steps to make your immunity stronger, which can help you survive the pandemic more efficiently: 1. Add Virgin Coconut Oil To Your Diet © Pexels Include Cold Pressed Virgin coconut oil in the diet. The important medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs) present in coconut oil are lauric acid, caprylic acid and capric acid. These acids in coconut oil principally destroy microbial organisms by disturbing their membranes, thus interfering with virus assembly and maturation. Coconut oil also has monolaurin which is a potent antiviral agent. It kills the virus by dissolving the protective lipids surrounding it. Consuming two tablespoons of virgin coconut oil every day will help keep the virus at bay by building a stronger immune system along with additional health benefits such as, aid in weight management, support cognition and help in digestion as well. 2. A Colorful Plate © Pexels Include coloured fruits and vegetables like pumpkin, bell peppers, carrots, tomatoes, papaya that add flavor to your palate. These are essentially rich in antioxidants and help you build a stronger immune system. 3. Vitamin C - The Major Player © Pexels Include foods rich in vitamin C like orange, sweet lime, lemon, gooseberry, bell pepper, berries, tomato, dark leafy vegetables, cashew fruit, kiwi, strawberry, Brussel sprouts, broccoli, etc. which boost your immune system. Did you know Amla has the highest vitamin C content which is almost equal to that of two oranges? Amla has potent anti-viral and antioxidant properties as well. Dried amla is as good as fresh amla as it contains substances which partially protect the vitamin C from destruction on heating or drying. 4. Add Zinc To Your Diet © Pexels Foods rich in zinc such as nuts, whole grains, legumes, yeast, dairy products also help boost immune function and are highly recommended to be incorporated in the diet. 5. Switch To Green Tea (Preferably With Moringa) And Green Coffee © Pexels Sip on moringa green tea which is formulated to give you all the benefits of green tea combined with the power of the superfood moringa. It is packed with vitamins and minerals (specifically vitamin C) and has antioxidants which help boost immunity. Additionally, it helps maintain bone and joint health, helps regulate metabolism and aids in weight management. Similarly, unlike regular coffee, green coffee is unroasted and hence has three times more antioxidant potential which is otherwise lost during the roasting process. It is a health booster that is high in antioxidants which helps boost immunity and aids in weight control and management. 6. Enhance Digestion and Stay Hydrated © Pexels It surely helps if you use garlic, pepper, ginger, asafetida (hing), cumin seeds/powder, turmeric, moringa, lemongrass, basil, and coriander in cooking as they help enhance digestion and improve immunity. Did you know that adding black pepper to the turmeric helps in the absorption of active ingredients in turmeric? You can mix and add it to food, especially soups. 7. Spice Up Your Meals © Pexels Pepper rasam and sambhar have all the essential spices and are just right to boost your immune system. Spices tend to be very helpful in building a strong defence mechanism against viral infections. Ensure to include sambhar and rasam to your meals. 8. Kill The Virus With Antiviral Foods © Pexels Garlic, fennel, basil, cloves and tulsi have antiviral properties that help you maintain and boost your immune system whilst you stay prepared to fight the viral infections and flu. 9. Drink Healthy Juices © Pexels Try these healthy juice combinations like: a. Beetroot + Carrot + Spinach + Amla + Ginger b. Apple + Beetroot + Carrot + Ginger + Lemon + Celery. These juices not only energize you and help you maintain youthfulness but also help boost your immune system in an efficient manner. We can boost our immune systems by adding the above-mentioned foods easily available in our kitchen to build a stronger immune system without letting us compromise on our favourite meals. It is extremely important to build a strong immune system which will work in our defence during times of distress. 10. Vitamin D © Pexels Studies have shown that vitamin D helps boost immunity. Ensure that you go to your terrace for at least 15 mins in the day (without applying sunscreen) and get vitamin D. You can set a time with your neighbours to ensure you maintain physical distancing. View the full article
  4. Everyone across the globe is finding ways to deal with the social distancing situation at the moment. To balance out the level of insanity, people are doing innovative things every day and are trying to make the most of this time. But if we think of our regular monthly routine, for example, getting hair coloured or even regular hair cuts, everything has now come to a standstill. In such situations, you can always rely on fun things you can do at home. Now that salons and other home services are shut due to the pandemic, you can actually colour your hair, just the way you like it, without any use of chemical hair dyes, using only natural ingredients. Check it out. 1. Carrot Juice © iStock Before we start, let us tell you that home remedies are not very long-lasting but they are better than chemical dyes since there's no damage and it looks like a natural colour. You can use carrot juice if you want a reddish tint on your hair follicles. Depending on the original colour of your hair, you can take a call on this home remedy. 1. Mix 1 small cup of carrot juice with 2 tbsp. coconut oil. Once this mixture is ready, apply it gradually on your strands. 2. Cover your hair with the help of shower cap and keep it on for at least an hour. 3. If you have apple cider vinegar, use it to wash your hair. If the colour isn't as strong, you can repeat the process again. 2. Coffee © iStock One has to limit the usage of exotic grocery items so we can survive for the coming days. So, do this only if you have stocked enough for the coming days. To give your hair a darker shade, you can make good use of coffee to add more boost to your hair as well. 1. Brew coffee (take one spoon) and add half a spoon coffee powder to it separately. Add your leave-in-conditioner as well. 2. Apply this solution on your damp hair. Once you do so, let it stay on your hair for at least an hour. 3. Wash it off later and repeat it if you can and if need be. 3. Beet Juice © iStock For a deeper red tint and cooler undertones, you can simply go for beet juice. To use this natural dye, here's what you need to do. 1. Mix 1 small cup of beet juice with a 2 tbsp of coconut oil. 2. Mix it well and use it slowly on your grey strands. Again, wrap your hair with a shower cap. 3. Let this be on for at least an hour before you wash it off. 4. Sage © iStock If you have dark hair colour and want to scale it up more, sage leaves are a hair dye solution that you should not miss out on. It will help deepen the original shade and enhance your hair colour even more. 1. Add 1 cup of dry sage leaves in boiling. The tint will get darker as you keep boiling it. 2. Let it cool down and strain it. 3. Wash your hair and then pour sage water. Keep it for as long as possible. 4. The tint will develop on your hair eventually. Rinse it off with normal water. Try these, and let us know if you have more fun ideas with other ingredients. View the full article
  5. Dating has shifted base to the online arena and there is no going around it unless you want to remain single, or remain single for a long time. Now, to get the ball rolling and set up those dates with the girl you like, you need to first, let them know youâre interested in them. How do you do that? By flirting! And as long as you can pull off being a non-creepy, non-offensive flirt, trust me, you can get any girl. If you want to get started and up your online flirting game right now, follow these 5 easy tips to flirt successfully and land a date with your crush: 1. Keep The Rule Of Reciprocity In Mind © Pexels The one thing you can never lose sight of while flirting, be it online or otherwise, is the Rule of Reciprocity as I like to call it. The idea is to pay attention to whether your crush or potential date is equally involved and interested in the process. Remember to start off gently, and amp it up only when you see them showing genuine interest. 2. Ditch Playing Safe © Pexels Right from hitting her up for the first time to getting the conversation rolling, donât go by the âfoolproof flirting tricksâ your friends handed down to you. Crack a conversation with a funny but not insensitive comment about her profile, and build it up by talking about your interests over time. If at any point you feel like you need to take things up a notch, try sharing stuff on what interests her and you think she would enjoy checking out. 3. Let The Emoti (cons) ons Flow © Flickr Not only do women enjoy emoticon-heavy conversations, but using them can also help you understand your woman better. It makes the conversation lively and less boring, besides helping you play it safe and keep the conversation open. Get that emoticon game on. 4. Risk It With Sexual Undertones, But Go Easy © Pexels This is only when you have been going to and fro with the sweet messages for a while now. Just because youâre in the online flirting zone doesnât mean you canât drop in a few lines with sexual undertones here and there. But beware, know where to draw the line. Instead of going at it with full guns blazing, turn things around by pointing out her ânaughty sideâ when she shares something adventurous. 5. Swear By The âMysteriousâ © Pixabay While itâs great to be talking and hitting it off with all the right moves, the trick here is to make it lasting enough to lead to an actual date eventually. So, donât spill your beans all at once. Stay honest but also keep up the mystery. View the full article
  6. If you really want to look for a silver lining in the proverbial cloud that this self-imposed quarantine is turning out to be, it is the fact that we actually have a lot of time on our hands. © iStock Instead of travelling for two and a half hours to work and back, and wasting our productive time on those endless coffee and cigarette breaks, we can just sit and quickly wrap up our work, and still have time to play games, catch up on our reading list, or even better, connect better with our families or roommates. © iStock One more important thing that we ought to be doing is introspect really deep within and take a good hard look at our style and grooming habits. We are not talking about how you should style yourself or what grooming routines you should follow. No. Instead, you should take a good hard look at your habits and see whether your current habits actually suit you and the environment, or do they not. Here are some things that you should consider doing when you are under a self-imposed quarantine, and have all the time in the world. Who knows, perhaps this is exactly what sustainable practices needed to gain some traction: 1. Clear Out Your Closet © iStock First and foremost, start by Marie Kondo-ing your closet. The idea is to give away all the pieces that you do not wear often, or pieces that make you second guess yourself. The easiest way to go about it is, to pick an easy individual piece of garment and accessory that you own and ask yourself, 'is this something that I have worn at least twice in the last 6 months'? If the answer is yes, the piece stays. If no, then ask yourself, does the piece spark joy when you see yourself in it, or do you feel confident when you wear the piece. If the answer is still a no, the piece should be given away. Simple, right? 2. Follow A Proper Selfcare Regime © iStock Next up, you need to set up proper self-care regimes, especially when it comes to grooming, skincare and sleeping. Following proper regimes will not only allow you to track your progress, but it is also a disciplined way of inculcating good habits. Furthermore, youâll also have the time to actually see whether the products that you typically use, suit your needs or not, and what better alternatives should you be looking for. 3. Forget Online Shopping For Sometime © iStock Okay, this is perhaps the most important thing in this entire endeavour of inculcating good habits. For some time, you need to stop browsing online shopping portals for clothes, and accessories. There are two reasons for this. First and foremost, refer to the first pointer. Secondly, you need to seriously ask yourself do you really need to buy so much stuff, so regularly. Itâs actually a good thing that most online retailers are now limiting their deliveries only to essential commodities that are required for sustaining oneâs self. 4. Raid Your Kitchen For Some Cool DIY Home Remedies © iStock This is something that our mothers and grandmothers will swear by. Assuming that you have a rather decently stocked kitchen, and cook your own meals, more often than getting food delivered, your kitchen and refrigerator will have a ton of stuff that can be used for a number of skin ailments, as well as to boost your immunity. Turmeric, coconut oil, mustard oil, lemons, egg whites, are just some of the stuff that work wonders for your skin. Ginger, lemons, cloves and bay leaves etc. go a long way in boosting your immunity and keep the regular cold and flu at bay. And because all of these are natural ingredients, they have very little chances of giving you an adverse reaction. 5. Think Hard About All Your Wasteful Purchases © iStock Finally think hard about all your wasteful purchases that you made throughout the year. Did you really need that one more suit for that wedding? Should youâve bought that face wash, the one that now just sits in your bathroom cabinet, without reading up about it? You will be surprised to see that thanks to the convenience of online shopping, there are tons and tons of things that you buy without sparing a thought. The realisation that follows, may lead you to start upcycling your old clothes and go for grooming routines that use stuff from your surroundings. View the full article
  7. With the entire world going haywire because of the Coronavirus pandemic, and the world staring at a global crisis, people are bracing themselves for a hard time up ahead. A lot of industries are already facing probably the worst kind of crisis, something that they clearly couldnât have anticipated. © Reuters For example, most global airlines are looking at the possibility of going bankrupt by the end of the 1st quarter of the financial year. The tourism and hospitality industries are also looking at dire consequences, with many popular tourist destinations already going into lockdown, and many countries, including India, stopping all commercial internationally plying flights for at least a couple of weeks. © iStock The global fashion industry too, is looking at a bleak future. Weâre not saying that the entire industry is going to die out, that would simply be impossible and unfeasible. Instead, as a few key incidents indicate, the industry is heading for a major slowdown, something which might take a year or two to fully recuperate from. Here are five ways that the Coronavirus pandemic is causing havoc on the global fashion industry, and therefore the global economy, and why you too should be worried. © iStock 1. Fashion Weeks & Other Events Getting Cancelled © Twitter/armani Fashion weeks are not just events where major designers and established labels present their latest collections, they are also an avenue for young and emerging designers to showcase their work. Global fashion events, like the Milan Fashion Week, are also avenues where designers present the latest developments in fashion technology - new materials, new and efficient ways to embrace sustainability at affordable prices, etc. All this is going for a toss. The Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week has been indefinitely postponed, the footfall at the Milan Fashion Week Was abysmally low, and a number of high-end luxury brands, as well as fast fashion brands, have already cancelled their annual events. View this post on InstagramSummer 2020 Destination Weddings Jewellery Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewellery collection @sabyasachijewelry Shoes by Sabyasachi x Christian Louboutin @cl.india @louboutinworld For all product related queries, please email us at customerservice@sabyasachi.com Video Courtesy: Sabyasachi Calcutta Makeup and hair by @deepa.verma.makeup Models: @priyadarshini.96, @kanika.dev, @melissandre.t, @vishakha_b Location Courtesy: Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad @tajfalaknuma @tajhotels #Sabyasachi #DestinationWeddings #BridesOfSabyasachi #SabyasachiBride #SabyasachiJewelry #CLxSabyasachi #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachiA post shared by (@sabyasachiofficial) This has actually led to a strange development. A number of labels are going the digital route now. Giorgio Armani held his runway show at Milan Fashion Week in an empty theatre, which was streamed online. Ace Indian Designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee has been doing something similar for quite some time now. With fashion shows going completely digital, this definitely is a major paradigm shift. A lot of money is invested in fashion weeks, both, by designers, and the event organisers. We already were dealing with fashion show fatigue and the number of fashion weeks that take place every year. Imagine what would happen if every designer starts presenting their collection only using social media and digital streams. The number of âshowsâ would explode exponentially. 2. Collaborations Getting Delayed Or Cancelled © Christian Louboutin Special collaborations are also getting delayed, or worse, cancelled. Most fashion events are the breeding ground for artists and designers collaborating for a special or a limited edition collection. Although this may seem somewhat benign, collaborations have been the driving force for the industry for a long time, Whether you talk of labels like Sabyasachi collaborating with Christian Louboutin, or Virgil Abloh collaborating with Nike. With collaborations getting delayed, launch events, again, may get cancelled altogether. When the situations worsen, these collaborations may get cancelled altogether, which will not only affect jobs and artistic creations but the financial world as well. A number of publicly traded fashion companies have historically seen a surge in the value of their shares, when they collaborate with artists and designers who have a cult status. Products from their subsequent collections, which have nothing to do with the collaboration, also sell well. 3. Sales & Stock Prices Dropped © iStock One way that the pandemic is affecting the fashion industry globally, is the alarming drop in sales. It is quite understandable that at a time of a pandemic as grave as this, luxury is something that most people donât really care about. Fashion, being quintessentially an endeavour of leisure and luxury, is bound to suffer. People simply have stopped buying things that do not fall under the category of absolute necessity. Most giant global retailers, like Amazon, have taken a resolution to focus only on delivering items that are an absolute necessity for their customers. © iStock This fall in sales has been followed by a massive drop in the value of stock prices. Now, privately held companies, are indeed affected by this, but they still will be able to fare well. Publicly traded companies are seeing their stocks plummet. Consequently, there will be drastic budget cuts and layoffs. 4. Indian Karigars Going Out Of Jobs © iStock It shouldnât come as a surprise to you, that most luxury fashion companies source a lot of materials and finished goods from Indian artisans and karigars. However, they are not involved directly with artisans, but through export companies. Rarely do these companies have any contracts with these artisans. What makes matters even worse, is that most of these artisans are employed on the basis of daily wages. If you assume that these artisans are poorly paid, and do not enjoy basic benefits such as health insurance and job security, you wouldnât be mistaken. © iStock Most of these artisans have to work every day, to sustain themselves. A prolonged period of unemployment will clearly not bode well for the communities of artisans. Furthermore, given the current status of our economy, stopping manufacturing and exports will only go on to weaken the Rupee. 5. Corporate Greed Metastasising Into Community Spread © iStock Although a number of ateliers have already stopped work, given the lack of demand, a number of businesses are still operational in a variety of ways. As of the 19th of March, a number of retailers are providing massive discounts to buyers, which is being met by a network of delivery personnel and warehouse workers. There are a number of labels and retailers who are asking their employees to visit customers, just to show them pieces when they ring the corporate offices up. Think of them of as a private show, delivered to your doorstep. Furthermore, even though common sense dictates that if a company is not able to allocate resources for its employees to work from home, they should at the very least ensure that the situation is not conducive for the contagion to spread. Instead, many reports and social media posts reveal that the corporate offices, as well as retail outlets of a number of well-known fashion retailers are âaskingâ their employees to continue with their work until a shut down is forced onto them. © iStock The situation is particularly worse in warehouses, which even at the best of times, is a cesspool of germs and contagious diseases, given our propensity to flout basic health and safety norms. Obviously, this will lead to a surge in the number of coronavirus cases over the next few weeks. © iStock Having said all this, there are a few instances which show that even in a situation as dire as this one, the fashion industry even at its possible weakest moment, is taking the humanitarian route. Zara, for example, has announced that they will be making masks and hospital gowns for medical professionals due to the shortage that is being foreseen. LVMH has already started making hand sanitizers for medical workers after suspending the production of perfumes and cosmetics. Giorgio Armani, too, has donated about 1.25 million directly to Italian hospitals, which just recently overtook China in the number of deaths resulting from Coronavirus. © iStock The global fashion industry sure is looking at a dark phase for a couple of months, if not years. With that being said, the tenacity with which certain institutions and people in the industry are pushing forward, combined with our grit and zeal, is proof that sooner or later, we will bounce back. View the full article
  8. Due to the pandemic that COVID-19 is turning out to be, a great chunk of the world is in lockdown. That means maintaining proper social distances, self quarantining and working from home. © iStock Now, given that how working from home technically isnât exactly working (come on, we all get a little complacent), chances are there must be some other activities that you might be partaking in. Watching a show or a movie while you finish up that report, listening to music while you add those finishing touches to that render, playing some light games in between different tasks - admit it, you have had the thought at least once. © © iStock For some of the more amorous ones among us, who have literally come to take the phrase, âloving ones own selfâ a little too seriously, you may even have started playing with yourself. It is quite natural if you also come to the realisation that you need to sort things out, down there, and clean up your act. © iStock Well, a manscaping routine is what you need. Yes, a routine. Manscaping is something that you need to do often. However, given that you need to deal with things down there with extreme caution and care, you need ample time. Since we do not have time normally, and as of now, there really isnât much else to do, why not try your hands on a basic manscaping routine! © iStock Do keep in mind the following though, before you start trimming around your crown jewels. Get Comfy. Sit Down © iStock First & foremost, you need to get comfortable before you take matters into your own hands (sorry for the pun). Sit down on your toilet, or use a sitting tool for your bathroom. Since this will take some time, we recommend putting on some chilled out music, whatever you prefer. Think on the lines of making your bathroom a luxury spa. Ditch That Razor © iStock Now that you have made yourself comfortable, ditch that razor or shaver if thatâs what you had gone for, and get a trimmer instead. Yes, they may be a little difficult to manoeuvre, and get around with, but in the longer run, they prove to be the better choice. Also, there are a number of body trimmers that are designed specifically keeping manoeuvrability in mind. And do we even have to say that as compared to razors, trimmers have almost no chance of causing an embarrassing accident? Use A Different Set Of Trimmers © iStock Another thing that may be obvious, but some people are bound to forget, use a different trimmer. It is extremely foolish to trim your pubes with a trimmer, and then use the same trimmer for your face. Not to mention it is extremely unhygienic. Wash Yourself Thoroughly © iStock Before you begin, you need to wash yourself, thoroughly. Even better, take a quick shower, using warm water. Use a shampoo down there if you have to. That way, the hair is much more manageable and easier to deal with. Once you take the shower, pat yourself dry and get on with it. Once you're done with your business, take a shower again, and use a good antibacterial soap or body wash. Use An Aftershave © iStock Keeping an aftershave handy, is actually one of the best things you can do if ever you do decide to take care of your pubes and meet with an embarrassing accident. Not only does it disinfect the area when applied, it also gives it a cool and tingling feeling, which in itself is very titillating. They also work well for trimmer burns, if you get any. View the full article
  9. With coronavirus outbreak across the globe, everything around is either shut or postponed and there's no way you can socialise anymore. While it's a great idea to binge-watch all the shows that you added to your watchlist, there's actually something more productive that you can follow through during this time. Albeit remaining inside protects you and others from the contagious virus, the thought of what to do everyday post-work hours can stir all the craziness. Skincare is often neglected, especially when you have a busy schedule. To make the most of your self-quarantine period, here's how you can ramp up your skincare routine with easy-to-follow tips. 1. Exfoliate Your Skin © iStock Your skin is exposed to dirt, grime and other environmental hazards. Luckily, during this quarantine season, you can easily get rid of it. Exfoliating your skin is the key here as it helps eliminate dead skin cells, removes blackheads and ensures a healthy blood circulation for your skin. Do a quick DIY with sugar and honey and scrub this solution on your face. Massage it gently on your face and then rinse it off with cold water. Trust us - you'll emerge out of the bathroom feeling much lighter. 2. Pay Attention To Your Lips © iStock Just like your skin, even your lips need hydration. It is quite possible that you might have ignored it during your tight work schedule. But now that you have enough time, keep a high SPF lip balm next to your work desk at home. Petroleum jelly helps in preventing chapping and dryness. So grab it and make good use of it while you are self-quarantining. 3. Apply Facemask © iStock There's nothing a facemask cannot do, irrespective of the global plague. This humble mask is an item that should be a part of your stash. For maximum effect when you are home, use it once or twice a week, to spruce up your skin's health faster. One of the most effective masks out there is activated charcoal mask that can easily ramp up your skin's appearance and detoxify it as well. Fan of home remedies? Apply a facemask made of coconut oil and aloe vera gel. Whisk these two ingredients together and apply it on your skin. Once it's dry, wash it off and pat dry with a clean towel. 4. Cleanse, Tone & Moisturise (CTM) © iStock CTM is underrated but it is a routine that's important for men as well. Your skin goes through a lot of damage on a daily basis and dull skin can result in sudden breakouts and many other skin related issues. Cleansing your face sanitises your skin. Wash your face with a mild cleanser. The next step is to apply a toner. To do that, you can make good use of rose water as well. For the final step, you can simply use the moisturiser in your arsenal and give your skin that much-needed spa at home. 5. Take Care Of Your Eyes © iStock The under-eye area feels exhausted after spending hours staring at the laptop or phone screen. This leads to visible dark circles and puffiness. Now that you have all the time in the world, don't forget to care for your eyes. Thanks to home ingredients like cucumbers and ice cubes, dealing with dark circles is possible at the comfort of your home. Massaging your eyes with grated cucumber and ice cubes is the best way to get rid of the puffiness around your eyes. Try it out! View the full article
  10. It's a new decade altogether and to make it different from the one that went by we all need to change a few things around. The changes could be subtle or loud, depending on what aspect of life you'd like to or want to change but once you've decided to make that change, it's necessary to stick it to it. One of the things you can focus on is your dating life too. If it's becoming too monotonous or passé for you to be thrilled about it, change should be inevitable there and you can only change things around and make it spicier if you actively figure out what you need to change around. For instance, the way you approach someone to ask them out for a date makes for an important aspect of the entire dating world. Everything begins from there. The girl notices how you approach her, how you talk to her or how you carry yourself on your first date, before anything else, so if you want to turn things around there, it's the right time to do so. © AA Films Asking someone out shouldn't be too stressful or too casual either. It should in fact be different from what you've been doing all along. Something that changes your entire game and gives you the thrill that was lacking, the one you truly deserve. So, here's listing five things you can probably do, to ask a girl out and be as innovative as you possibly can in the new decade. (1) Forget Social MediaIn an era of constant screen time, maybe give her your actual time away from social media. So, yeah don't ask her out on social media. Yes, you could have probably met her through a dating app or through social media but once you have her number she'd be happy to be asked out through a phone call instead. So, give her a call and chat her and maybe slip in the 'would you want to grab a drink/coffee with me sometime' question and there's no way someone would want to say no to old school! © Twitter (2) Write Her A Letter, MaybeSince we're already going old school, let's take it a notch higher. Because Whatsapp is a little impersonal, we can try writing her a letter or a note, that reaches her directly or through someone. Write what you feel for her in the letter and team it up with some flowers and chocolates and send it her way. There's no way she'd ever deny going out with you after. © Thinkstock (3) Gather Her InterestsIf you know her well enough or know enough of what she likes and dislikes then you can plan an evening around that and ask her out. It could be as simple as karaoke, knowing she enjoys it or an afternoon of rock climbing. Whatever it is, gauge her interest, ask her out, telling her what the plan is and she'll never say no! © Fox Star Studios (4) Ask Her Straight UpIf you've spotted her in a public gathering, just gather all the courage and confidence you can and ask her out straight up. There's nothing sexier to a woman than a man who's confident enough to approach her and ask her out. Just make your way to her, look into her eyes and ask her if she'd like to go out with you sometime or join you for a drink. © Eros Internaional (5) Make Your Way Through Her StomachIt's a popular myth that a man's heart is through his stomach. In reality, anyone's heart is through their stomach and if you're a whiz in the kitchen you can really use that to your advantage. Find out what she loves to eat, something that simple and effortless and send it her way with a message. If you can bake, that's even better. Sending her something from the oven with a cute little note will definitely make her want to meet you, for some more desserts if nothing else! © Twitter There are a lot of ways to ask women out other than just stalking them or meeting them on dating apps and asking them to meet you. Why don't you make this decade a bit more spectacular and do things differently, starting with upping your dating game first? It's simple. View the full article
  11. Your hair and your beard, both let you make a strong statement and help you garner oodles of attention. However, during summer, with the festival of colours which is Holi, it can all go for a toss. For men with luscious hair and beard, it is not so easy to play Holi with harmful chemical-based colours. It can cause damage to your skin and your hair. Once you are done with all the playing, it might be a task for you to go back to your manicured beard or glorious hair. Worry you not as here we provide a list of some of the easy-to-follow home remedies that will help you get rid of the colours, faster than anything else. Here, check it out. For Your Beard:1. Wash Your Beard The moment you step in your home, post-playing Holi, use cold water and wash your beard with a good quality beard shampoo. But remember, delaying this process means that the colour will start settling in and you do not want that. Follow this and move ahead to your next home remedy. 2. Use Multani Mitti © istock Clay-based products are your best bet as they will help in drying out the colour and it will instantly start showing its wonders. Simply mix it with water and once this paste is ready, you can apply it on your beard. Just let it stay for 15 minutes, then wash it off and you are done! 3. Lemon Juice © istock Another great way to get out the smut and harmful colours are using an astringent kitchen item which is lemon. A few drops of this one with your beard oil will weaken the molecules of the colour and make the task simpler for you to get rid of it. You can also rub the slices directly on your beard. 4. Use Charcoal © Rosie Botanicals Another remedy is activated charcoal. Instead of buying those face masks, you can also use a bar soap that has this ingredient in it. It will help you take off the facial fuzz and there will be no residues left behind. Try it out. For Your Hair:5. Use Curd © istock Once you have stepped in the shower, run water on your hair, so it removes all the excess colour. Now, use curd, before you use your shampoo. It should be enough to cover all your hair follicles. Apply it and let it stay for 45 minutes. Use plain water first to wash your hair and then go about your shampoo and conditioner sesh. This removes the colour quickly and there is lesser damage as well. 6. Use Coconut Milk © istock If you have to look presentable at work the next day, give coconut milk a try because there's nothing faster than this one. Before you shampoo, use this milk on your hair and let it run through every hair follicle. Then with lukewarm water, wash your hair and you will notice the colours wash out quickly. Holi is a festival of colours and fun, and following these simple home remedies will ensure you have a safe and fun day with colours. Happy Holi to you all! View the full article
  12. We can all safely come to the conclusion that corporate life can sometimes be inconsiderate to our sleep cycle. Especially, when you have never-ending long working hours in office that start to reflect in the form of the dreaded bags under your eyes. This does not only make you look tired and sick, but also is bad for your skin. While some people stay unaffected by them if you're someone who really wants to get rid of them, here's what you can do: 1. Sleep On Your BackWhile this may sound funny, but sleeping on your back can help with the early morning under-eye bags, using an extra pillow can help prevent the accumulation of facial fluid overnight that makes for your undereye bags in the morning. © Getty Images 2. Use Under-Eye Products In Case Of Pigmentation © Getty Images The dark eye pits under your eyes are because of increased pigmentation. In order to get rid of them, you need to look for products with ingredients like vitamin C, kojic acid, and licorice extract that have skin-lightning properties. 3. Use Dipped Green Tea Bags Kristin Bell Instagram A quick and rather simple solution is using your dipped green tea bags and place them over your dark circles. The teabags contain natural tannins that are mildly diuretic and can help lighten pigmentation underneath your eyes. 4. Under-Eye Patches © Getty Images With a concentrated approach, under-eye patches can lift off the darkness from underneath your eyes. 5. Use An Essential Oil © Getty Images Essential oils have soothing and healing properties that help lighten dark circles. Choose one that suits your skin. View the full article
  13. The arrival of Coronavirus or COVID-19 has resulted in doing more than just create a sense of panic. Despite the scare that it has inspired, people have no option but to move on and get going with their daily life. However, doing that means stepping out of the safety of our houses, being in public spaces and also interacting with people to basically get done a hundred things that need to be done. However, this last part comes with a risk of its own, and one that people all over the world are trying hard to avoid. The German Interior Minister chose not to shake Chancellor Angela Merkel's hand today due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Horst Seehofer has said he's stopped offering handshakes because of the virus. Merkel later said it was "the right thing to do". pic.twitter.com/tQnQMXvyFs â Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) March 2, 2020 Itâs the way people greet one another when they meet. Due to hygiene concerns, people are quickly giving up traditional greetings such as the handshake and the French âFaire la biseâ and instead, veering towards more impersonal forms of greeting one another in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Here are 5 prominent forms of greetings that have come back in style amid the Coronavirus scare: 1. The Fist Bump Back in 2014, a study claimed that fist bumps transfer at least 90 per cent fewer bacterias than handshakes and this piece of information seems to be coming in handy right now. 2. Elbow Bump Perhaps the most popular of the greetings lately, nobody has been able to get away from the elbow bump. Be it on the football field or senate meetings, people are finding the elbow bump as a much friendly (and fun) way of greeting. The Israeli Premier League banned prematch handshakes out of fears over the Coronavirus. Their new solution? This: pic.twitter.com/vylX8aeh6g â Zach Lowy (@ZachLowy) March 5, 2020 As we work together to stay healthy and stem the spread of #COVID19, itâs important to exercise good hygiene like washing your hands + other precautions. One thing Iâm doing: Encouraging Nebraskans to bump elbows instead of shaking hands. Simples steps can make a big difference! pic.twitter.com/yhTLOgUr7M â Gov. Pete Ricketts (@GovRicketts) March 2, 2020 3. Footshake Or Wuhan Shake Tapping their feet against one another as a way of greeting, the âWuhan Shakeâ was introduced by people in China and named after the epicentre of the infection. Even in Iran, where the death toll is rising rapidly, people have come up with an alternate form of greeting which involves a quick bow and feet tapping. How to meet and greet in the age of the #Coronavirius - Made in Iran. pic.twitter.com/ZOKUOLNSXt â Arshin Adib-Moghaddam (@Adib_Moghaddam) February 23, 2020 4. Vulcan Salute © Reuters Iconic and definitely very hygienic, the Spock wave is here to win people over with how friendly and easy a greeting it is. Whether a Star Trek fan or not, it is sure to do the trick for you and make a statement at the same time. Live longer and prosper. pic.twitter.com/iQ4gPtXT3Z â George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) March 5, 2020 5. Namaste © Reuters They want to call it the âThai waiâ but itâll always be Namaste for us. We have been doing it for centuries now, but ever since the outbreak, the traditional Indian greeting has come back in fashion and is being promoted even outside India. Bhai also believes this is the way to go. View this post on InstagramNamashkaar ... hamari sabhyata mein namaste aur salaam hai! Jab #coronavirus Khatam ho jaye tab Haath milao aur gale lago.... @beingstrongindiaA post shared by (@beingsalmankhan) View the full article
  14. Needless to say, a capsule wardrobe is the call of the times. The more timeless pieces you own the better you can style your everyday looks. Building a capsule wardrobe is all about finding the right balance between your staples and your statement. A waterfall cardigan is the perfect example of that. It is the ultimate basic piece that will not only outlast seasons of trends but is also super easy to style! Here is how: __ECOMLOOKS__139__ __ECOMLOOKS__140__ __ECOMLOOKS__141__ __ECOMLOOKS__142__ __ECOMLOOKS__143__ View the full article
  15. Alcohol breath can be annoying. While we enjoy sipping it and groove till everything turns hazy, it also has certain disadvantages and one of them is bad breath. To begin with, eating right with booze and steering clear of certain items helps you in going alcohol breath-free. But there's more to it and if you are looking at quick and easy ways to avoid the alcohol breath so your parents won't get mad, here's how you can fake you are sober and pretend as if nothing happened. 1. Eat Before Or When You Drink © iStock Eating always helps and it can also reduce bad alcohol breath. Food usually absorbs alcohol and stimulates the production of saliva. This also decreases dehydration which usually increases during the drinking sesh. Always grab some snacks like peanuts or other complimentary good so you don't get sick from drinking. 2. Try Highly Aromatic Food © iStock Onions and garlic can usually leave a bad stench but when you are drinking, these highly aromatic food items reduce the smell of alcohol. You can order food items that are infused with these ingredients. Onion slices and garlic cloves are great remedies to eliminate alcohol breath. This smell is acceptable and your safe bet to easily off-put bad breath. Try it out. 3. Chew Gum © iStock Gums are your best mate and they can be tagged along anywhere you go, even in the small pocket of your pants. They are strong and can instantly cover up the smell. Try flavoured gums or rather go for minted ones as they are powerful and can easily hide the bad breath without having to do much. Care for a bonus? The smell of cigarettes will disappear too! 4. Use Mouth wash © iStock Using a mouth wash is another quick way to get rid of alcohol breath. Gargle well and then rinse your mouth with a good, strong mouth wash. The formulation helps eliminate it completely and covers up the breath stat. Use it as recommended on the packaging and once you are done gargling, rinse it off with water. 5. Drink Coffee & Water © iStock Coffee and water both have several advantages. Water helps regain the lost hydration which usually comes down due to alcohol whereas a cup of coffee with its overpowering smell can cover up the smell of booze. However, coffee is the best solution once you wake up the next day. Instead of adding milk, go for black coffee for quicker results. View the full article
  16. Barbers are trained to give the best haircuts and it's good to see that sometimes they are able to gauge what we want even while we are only blabbering. But more often than not, chances are, that your haircut can completely be ruined, not because the barber is new but because your research and guidance were not complete. A barber's priority is to make you happy with the haircut you want but they certainly can't decipher everything from your basic knowledge. So what do you do? There are some simple ways to talk to your new barber so he understands your desires. We have you covered so you are able to communicate better and upscale your skills from here. 1. Words Are Never Enough © Instagram/Hakim Aalim Did you know that visuals work better than words, any day? Try to show him a picture of your earlier hair cuts or a new one that you desire to get instead of giving directions. Have some images ready when you walk in. Your hair cut can be as basic as you want but leave it up to your barber at the end to bring all the elements together. So, you see how all the time you spent on Pinterest or Instagram was not a waste after all? 2. Learn About Your Hair © Instagram/Salonjaffal Not just colour wise, but every hair type is different, starting from thickness to moisture level. Learning what your hair type is will help you understand the sort of haircut you want. It will save you the headache for hunting tons of pictures and finally going back to your favourite buzz cut. When you do this, let it be your barber's last call to let you know if the style is the right fit for you or not. Try this out. 3. During The Mid-Cut © Instagram/Salonjaffal When the process has begun and if you feel that your barber is going too short, you can ask him to stop very politely. This will help him know the exact length you want. Remember, that two barbers cannot give you the same haircut. It's a matter of technique and if you think the haircut was misunderstood, you can explain again. A skilled barber will learn better from you and appreciate your comment but being harsh will only lead to more issues, probably a bad haircut. 4. Know What Is Style & A Cut © Instagram/Hakim Aalim If you are getting a haircut to achieve a particular hairstyle, you should ask yourself a few questions, for example, are you willing to do everything to maintain it? Will you use hair wax every day? What about hair styling tools? All these things are important for your barber because unless you are willing to, a good haircut is not possible. Take all the factors into consideration and then go for it. 5. Ask Questions Before © Instagram/Hakim Aalim When you ask relevant questions, it will help you understand the new barber. Make sure you understand maintenance tips, hair care, and styling products, etc. If your barber is giving vague answers, he probably only knows buzzcut and flat-tops and is not the right one for you. Be wise here! View the full article
  17. None of us can claim to have never tasted defeat. Though I wonât deny that it might secretly be every winnerâs most earnest desire to keep up the winning streak, but as we know, life isnât a cakewalk, and knows of the most definite ways of maintaining equilibrium. Which basically means, you and I have tasted our shares of failures and perhaps also fallen short of making it to the top by a decimal point. And unfortunately for us, nobody ever really cares to look past the winnerâs gold medal and into the eyes of the runner-up - that would be you and me. Amen to that. However, when I happened to stumble upon the trailer of Har Kisse Ke Hisse Kaamyaab, something, no, strike that, everything about this film hit me right in the feels. If you have ever known what itâs like to stand at the runner-upâs spot, or have been introduced as âjust a friendâ by a potential crush, you know the feeling and thatâs reason enough for you to read this. 1. Overshadowed By Glamour So you made that stellar PPT for the team presentation but the âbest employeeâ took the trophy when it came to presenting it? You went out of your way by âbeing thereâ for that girl-friend you hoped to make your girlfriend until she called you her best friend instead? © Red-Chillies Well, going by the Kaamyaab trailer, the same goes for the âsecond most popularâ thing that makes Hindi films such successes - the sidekicks and promising character actors who never get their dues despite their great work when it comes to name, fame and money. 2. Adding Colour To The Bigger Picture I mean, letâs face it. Where would these winners be without the likes of us? It is because we are there to charge them and push them to do better that they even make it to the top just ahead of us. If there isnât anyone to take up the second spot, who even is a winner? *Sour Grapes Alert* © Red-Chillies Such is the case of yesteryear âsuperstarâ sidekick Sudheer, who added so much flavour and dimension to the films he acted in, and yet leads a life of obscurity with little recognition from that one (out the 499) film that got him a âmemorableâ dialogue. Because of course, who remembers a sidekick despite how he helped make that movie a success? 3. The Official Face Of Bigger & Better You know, people should give us more credit for never really losing our heart and giving up. I mean, of course it sucks, missing the top spot and all the âstarry eyesâ that follows it, but really have you ever seen a runner-up giving up the fight? Right, you havenât because thatâs not how weâre wired. © Red-Chillies We love a good fight, and whether we make it to the top or not, we always believe in improving our game, and breaking our personal records. Though just like Sudheer, we keep secretly hoping someday people will notice our achievements and contributions too. 4. The Badshah Of Dashed Hopes However, all that said, more often than not, people seem to look right through us. As if that decimal point is a difference of hundreds, the presentation didnât mean as much as the speaker or the best friend is all but a caretaker, a cushion. © Red-Chillies In Sudheerâs quest to star in the 500th film, create a personal record and gain a sense of achievement, he has a lot more to lose than just his hopes. 5. Making Peace With Our Share Despite what weâd rather believe instead, we are pretty practical and know how the society works and what it prioritises. So we do what we have to do, and end up making peace with the ways of the world. © Red-Chillies Though it would be a lie to say that we donât continue to look for ways to challenge peopleâs stunted worldview, because we do and shall continue to do it till the end of time, or until runner-ups get the love and respect they deserve. View the full article
  18. No pressure, but just FYI Valentine's day is right around the corner. Your partner might be expecting something off-beat for this big day. Not just that, deciding an outfit is another challenge for the day. The good news is, you don't have to rack your brains around this subject as we have done the groundwork for you. It's going to be easier than ever to go from desk to dinner with these fashionable items to put together looks that you can pull off at work and split for the dinner in no time. Thank us later! __ECOMLOOKS__121__ __ECOMLOOKS__122__ __ECOMLOOKS__123__ __ECOMLOOKS__124__ __ECOMLOOKS__125__ View the full article
  19. Let's be honest, men are looking for ways to care for their skin. Due to so many hazardous environmental factors, it gets difficult to pay heed to skin issues. However, there exists one remedy that's available right in your kitchen that can treat pretty much every skin condition. © Istock Turmeric is not just a condiment that but if you try to use it for your skin, believe us, it has more to offer than you can even imagine. This humble spice shows some impeccable ways to tackle issues like uneven skin tone or even acne for that matter. Here are some unusual yet effective ways in which turmeric can improve your skin texture: 1. It Reduces Scars & Wounds © Istock Just like a skincare product would show its effect on your skin, turmeric with its anti-inflammatory properties can work quite magically. Turmeric reduces scarring and it can cover up your wounds faster. All you need to do is add a pinch of turmeric with gram flour. Use it on the affected areas. Leave it on for a while and then wash it off with lukewarm water. 2. No More Breakouts © Istock It's not just a spice that adds flavour to your food but it is a powerhouse that revives your skin as well. Turmeric is effective even on acne and it helps reduce the chances of breakouts. It helps get rid of excess oil from your skin. Mix turmeric with sandalwood powder and make a paste. Use it on your face and check how your acne shrinks down. 3. Goodbye Dry Skin © Istock Turmeric is a natural exfoliator as it helps in getting rid of dead skin cells faster than you can expect. When you mix one spoon of oatmeal and rose water in it, this exfoliating scrub will leave your skin looking healthy. 4. A Great Cure For Dark Circles © Istock So what happens when you have late night parties or a busy work schedule? Lack of rest can lead to dark circles and if you have faced its ugly wrath, delve in the goodness of turmeric. Mix it with honey and yoghurt and apply it under your eyes. Keep it on for 20 minutes and then rinse it off. View the full article
  20. If you have planned on shelling out on some extra money on grooming products, you might as well get the right one that suits your skin type. When it comes to buying these products, men usually skip this bit and end up getting random drugstore products that can do long-term damage to the skin. The manufacturers of various brands promise some astounding results. Now, when the product doesn't work, it can be downright infuriating. If this is an issue that you have been facing for the longest time, here's you can invest in the right one and compare your options for better-looking skin. 1. Beware Of Artificial Scents © istock The very first thing that you might want to consider before buying a product is to take a good look at its ingredients. The main issue is that a lot of items have scents or fillers in them that can irritate your skin. Many of them can also end up causing allergic reactions. So opt for products that have organic ingredients like essential oils as they are best suited for any skin type, 2. Harsh Detergents © istock The best of face washes can also end up ruining your skin's texture and strip you away of all the natural oil. One of the top reasons for the same is harsh detergents that are infused in these products. Stick to mild cleansers instead that are made with olive oil, activated charcoal or have a coconut oil base. Also, opt for products that have zero sulfates and are paraben-free. 3. Say No To Products With Alcohol © istock Alcohol and menthol are two evil skin irritating ingredients that you do not want in your routine. The aftershave you use is a common example of the same. Instead of using that, you can use a moisturiser to soothe your skin. Better yet, use aloe vera gel. It is handy as well as anti-septic that works well on sensitive skin. 4. Be Consistent © istock A skincare routine is like a test and you need to follow it regularly to understand if it's working or not. Some products like a face wash or sunscreen have to be used every day while exfoliants can be used twice a week. Besides a regular routine, you also need to know the right order in which you have to use all your grooming products. Once you have mastered the art, these skin problems will hardly exist. View the full article
  21. It's a freezing winter day, and while there's nothing you want more than to tuck into bed and stuff your face while Netflix and chilling with bae, your FOMO is thankfully stopping you from being a lazy bum all day. And, the one thing that's always perked us up a tad and saved us from being cooped up inside for days, is being able to look super stylish without worrying about those extra pounds. We've found you 12 super-stylish sweatshirts and jackets that will help motivate you to step outside and live a little on the gloomiest of days. __ECOMLOOKS__102__ __ECOMLOOKS__103__ __ECOMLOOKS__104__ __ECOMLOOKS__105__ View the full article
  22. The modern-day groom knows what he wants, and planning that dream wedding has become more of a shared endeavour instead of just the bride-to-be turning into bridezilla. And, what's more important than looking like a million bucks on the one day you hope to cherish for life, right? Well, with our guide to everything cool and trending when it comes to winter weddings, we promise you, you'll dazzle just as much as the bride-to-be. __ECOMLOOKS__99__ __ECOMLOOKS__100__ __ECOMLOOKS__101__ Yes, we know weddings are about so much more than just how you look, but in the day and age of Instagram, you want to put your best foot forward sartorially so you could look back on this day fondly even years down the line. EXPLORE MORE: View the full article
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