indian hairstyle


A look at hairstyles in a brief window of time: 1930s-1960s.

1930s: MS Subbulakshmi’s naturally wavy hair, a bit of finger wave for Miss Gohar.
1940s: The double choti on Baby Sulochana, perhaps a bit of a perm/roll for Brijmala.
1950s: Plaits and ribbons for Vyjayanthimala, a bit of wave and hairband for Roopmala.
1960s: Asha Parekh in a bun encircled with flowers, Unknown lady in a piled high hairdo.

Native New York

At the Highline with some friends. Tsii'yeel and all! We should start a Native Hair Day, no? Braid It Out 2015. Detanglethon ‘15. 

…Though NGL the moment humidity hits I’m gonna bun up and pretend I meant it.



Smells like spring in the air 🌺

I used to always want my own blog to post all my experiments in clothes and makeup…I started one years ago but was always too shy to post anything regularly. After several bad practice photo shoots & hundreds of deleted photographs, I finally stopped caring and decided to give blogging another go. 

Turning a new leaf, this is my rebirth. 



  • Loreal infallible pro matte foundation (#108)
  • NYX HD concealer (#04)
  • NYX HD translucent finishing powder
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills contour kit
  • Maybelline fitme foundation stick (#355 to cream contour)


  • Anastasia Beverly Hills dipbrow (ebony)
  • Loreal brow stylist plumper (medium/dark)


  • Morphe 35P palette
  • NYX vivid brights eyeliner (vivid fire)
  • NYC liquid liner (black)
  • Inglot gel liner #77 (waterline)
  • Limecrime Venus palette
  • Maybelline push-up drama mascara 


  • Colourpop (beeper)


  • Jacket & dress: forever21