Lechat - Perfect Match - On the Red Carpet Gel Nail Polish

Lechat- Perfect Match - On The Red Carpet Gel Nail Paint 
Lechat- Perfect Match - On The Red Carpet Gel Nail Paint 
I am so in love with this shade by Lechat's Perfect Match range called On The Red Carpet. Its a UV/Led Gel nail polish, so gives a ultra glossy finish which stays for at least 2-3 weeks. The pictures don't do it justice, since it was hard to capture it's dazzle and sheen . I really wish it's beauty could reflect in my pictures...time to take some photography lessons!

This is the first time I am using Le Chat products and all I can say is I am in love with them! Previously, I had been using IBD and I wasn't a big fan of those, so my friend suggested I try Lechat. They have an awesome collection of colors and the finish is a lot glossier compared to IBD. 

Since, I am not a licensed Nail Practitioner, I had a hard time finding Lechat products and voila! I found everything on Ebay . This has been my first ever experience with Ebay and so far its been perfect. Here is the link to Sellers Website on Ebay selling Gel Nail Stuff  . The Perfect Match range is a set which contains a Gel nail polish with a regular nail polish in the same shade.

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Shopping for Indian Outfits at Shahpur Jat

On my current visit to India, I was looking for an Anarkali suitShopping for Indian outfits is such a task for me! I had checked out Meena Bazaar, Panna, Shakuntalam , CTC , Bombay Selections, Gyans and maybe a few more stores in Gurgaon area, but there was nothing that I fell in love with. Heard of it many times, but never visited, I landed at Shahpur Jat one day. It is a filthy area but full of talented designers with beautiful and unique creations. The prices are slightly on the higher end ranging from anywhere between Rs. 20,000-50,000 or more.

I finally picked up my suit from "Anubhav and Sneha". The fusion of Blue, Orange and Hot Pink color with intricate embroidery and golden sequin quickly caught my attention. Majority of their work involved doing a lot of color blocking with heavy borders.The Anarkali suits were almost floor length which apparently is the on-going trend. To give it volume at the bottom they had added "can-can" inside, so as to get that nice "Ghera". I wouldn't say that the store prices were outrageously expensive. Also, I managed to negotiate the price a little ;) The suit was stitched according to my size and was delivered right on time. 

Shahpur Jat is going to be on the top of my list for Indian oufit shopping. If you wish to visit Shahpur Jat, spare at least a couple of hours. Shopping there isn't as convenient as it would be in the malls but maybe a tab bit better than shopping in Chandini Chowk. Every store there has there very own unique styles and designs and it might take sometime before you can find that perfect outfit that fits your budget!

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Crazy Halloween night in Tokyo!

I haven't posted in ages! Seems like I have BIPOLAR BLOG DISORDER , If there exists one ! :p I experience these extreme phases, where I either want to keep blogging the whole time or I just ignore it completely.Honestly, I have infinite content to post , but have been procrastinating forever !

Halloween is one of the craziest night here in Tokyo. Its admirable how much time and effort people put in to dress up and do their makeup and hair. Last Saturday, I, the Red Riding Hood, hung out with a bunch of friends on the streets of Roppongi with some booze ... and these pictures will tell the rest of the story ;) 

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