• Beauty services at doorstep make life easier for busy customers

    By Kulsum MendirattaNew Delhi: It was only a matter of time before beauty services would follow the trend of home deliveries. Busy lifestyles have paved the way for companies catering to those seeking some relaxation and rejuvenation from the comforts of their homes.Apps from companies like UrbanCla...

  • Make your leather bags last longer

    New Delhi: Investing in an expensive leather bag is easy, but to make them last a long time it's imperative to maintain them well. A good protection cream and usage of different pouches for your make-up and lotions, are some habits that help in a long life for your leather bag. Rashi Menda, CEO and ...

  • Natural soaps for monsoon skin care

    New Delhi: Rainy season brings in damp weather which may affect your skin. Incorporating some minor changes in your routine during monsoon can help keep your skin fresh and glowing, say experts. Beauty experts at Biotique and Amit Sarda, Managing Director, Soulflower, share some tips on skincare dur...

  • More veggies a day may cut early menopause risk

    New York: A single daily serving of vegetable protein from foods such as whole grains, soy and tofu may protect women from early menopause and could prolong their reproductive function, researchers say. Early menopause -- the cessation of ovarian function before age 45 -- affects about 10 per cent o...

  • Any recognition motivates you to do better: Comedian Vir Das

    By Kishori Sud New Delhi: Indian actor-comedian Vir Das, who made it to an international Variety Magazine's '10 Comedians to Watch' list of 2017 earlier this month, says any kind of recognition sets a certain kind of expectation -- motivating you to keep doing better.The past few months have been a ...

  • Birth-photography: Framing labour room moments for eternity

    By Somrita Ghosh New Delhi: Happiness knows no bound for a mother who holds her baby for the first time after battling with the excruciating pain undergone during the labour hours. What if one gets a chance to look back at those moments later?In a new and emerging trend, women photographers are turn...

  • Get your herbal drinks handy for monsoon

    New Delhi: Monsoon not only calls for extra care of hair and skin but caution in what you eat and drink. Experts suggest that herbal drinks made up of some of the common ingredients easily available in your kitchen can help you stay away from bad health conditions. Munmun Ganeriwal, Mumbai based nut...

  • Must-have accessories to flaunt in monsoon

    New Delhi: Indulge in stylish raincoats, jelly-based footwear and waterproof phone covers to keep up your style quotient during the monsoon season, say experts. Harleen Kaur Jawanda, Chief Merchandising Officer at Trendybharat, an online shopping website, and Meha Bhargava, image consultant at Styl....

  • Make Avola almond your dietary supplement

    London: From its superfood properties to its sustainability, Avola almond can help in filling the lost protein and fiber in your body to the fitter you. Avola almonds are bigger in size from the normal variety and are usually used in pastries.Femalefirst.co.uk listed down the benefits of Avola almon...

  • Rethink if you wait for cheat day

    Los Angeles: Cheat days are very tempting but there are many reasons that they might not be such a good idea. Eating clean comes with its difficulties, particularly when you're trying to fight against those unwanted sugar cravings. It's even more of a challenge not to eat everything and anything cal...

  • 'Society has started accepting women as chefs'

    By Kishori Sud New Delhi: Traditionally, chefs have been men. Even top-end restaurants in five-star hotels have had men as cookery experts. But things are changing. An increasing number of women have started to flaunt the chef's hat.Masterchef Pankaj Bhadouria says the society's mindset has transfor...

  • A world where the truth matters not

    By Vikas DattaTitle: Post-Truth - The New War on Truth and How to Fight Back; Author: Matthew D'Ancona; Publisher: Ebury Press/Penguin Random House UK; Pages: 164; Price: Rs 399Populists pandering to parochial identities, polarising multi-ethnic societies, posing extravagant claims but backtracking ...