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Which Body Wash Do You Need For Your Skin?

Which Body Wash Do You Need For Your Skin? Bar soaps are so old school, it’s all about the body washes now. When choosing one, it’s often the way it smells that seals the deal right? No sweetie there is one more thing that you should keep in mind, choose the body wash according to your skin type. So it is important to choose the right one according to your skin type. For instance, if you have dry and flaky skin, you may want to pick a product with shea butter, coconut oil or aloe vera in it. Or, if you have oily skin, you should look for honey or oatmeal in the ingredients list. If you have acne-prone skin you should go with body washes that have salicylic acid or tea tree essential oil. So without further ado let us know more about body washes according to your skin type. Body Washes According To Your Skin: For Dry Skin: For dry skin make sure to buy body washes that are nourishing and moisturizing, but not too oily. Which Body Wash Do You Need For Your Skin? Skivia British Tea Rose

Colourful Splatters on Nails...- Tutorial !!

I know, you are thinking that why I am posting splatter nail art in this hot summer instead of some yummy summer-y tutorials.. Wait wait I am answering.. Actually I had drawn this few weeks before but not able to post,so thought better late than never.. And when it comes summer-y  nailart, I am promising you guys there are so many cute yet simple arts on the way to publish,Stay tuned to my page for updates...

Now  jump to the tutorial.. Normally splatters are done by straws,but here I have drawn a free hand splatter nailart..

Products I need:

1- Some bright colour nail polishes ( like red,yellow,green,pink,etc..)
2- A white polish for base
3- A top and base coat
4- A fine brush or a tooth pick..


1- Apply a thin layer of base coat to protect your nails.. Then apply a good layer of white paint. Here I am using white as a base colour as other bright colours will pop up properly on white base..

2- Then take the yellow colour (any colour as per your wish) and put a drop on your nail ( no need of a dotting tool, you can put that drop directly with the brush with the nail polish).

3- Then don't allow it to dry, immediately take a fine brush or a tooth pick and drag /pull the drop from its sides to outward direction. Hope you can understand what I am trying to say.. Follow the picture..

[ Note: In this above picture (step by step picture) I have used a tooth pick but in the first picture
(full picture) I have used a fine thin nail art brush to drag the polish and see both are looking perfect ,so you can use anyone as per your choice ]

4- Then follow the same method with some more colours.. And here is the final look.

5- For the ring finger ,I have drawn a pichkari which is a free hand art.. Then apply a thin layer of top coat after drying to lock everything properly...

Hope you liked it .. Do share your feed back below...


  1. Beautiful. Absolutely gorgeous.. :)

  2. Woww so beautiful. Loved the look.

  3. Love the nail art. So cute.

  4. Loving this mani, it really pops off the nail x

  5. So colorful and bright! Reminds of holi... Good work!

  6. Thank you for this post man. its very informative.

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  7. Superb, Snigdha :) Pretty splatters!

  8. Lovely and easy !! Will try next holi for sure

  9. So so colourful, Loved it. You getting pro in this.

    Dr. Farhat Sultana


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