There are quite a few women sharing on social media their distress over not being able to go to the salon for their essential beauty care – so here are a few tips for you. You, me and we are all now homebound at least till 15th April 2020. Together we are fighting against corona […]
Thanks to weird beauty standards, Dia Mirza was told was told she was ‘too short’, 'too pretty', 'too fair' to be a model - she recently shared.
Was she merely following the dictates of a society that had conditioned both males and females to get turned on by reddened lips, darkened eyes, painted toes and glossed hair?
It was not a secret for her family per se. But, ever since she was thirteen, she was expected to tuck away this little secret of hers in a tiny box and instead wear a garb of normalcy.
Fair and lovely had always been the norm in our country. However, here is one dusky woman owning her skin colour and loving it!
"Be me for a day, live my life," challenges the poet. "I guarantee, you will not be able to cope; but I own my colour!"
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