Wednesday, 30 September 2020

Deyga Beetroot Lip Balm | Review

The beetroot lip balm is enriched with the goodness of beeswax, which helps to moisten the lips and protect them. It also contains essential oils, which keep the lips nourished.


The lip balm comes in a cute little tin tub. The packaging is travel friendly yet unhygienic cause one have to use fingers to take out the balm and apply.


INR 290 for 20 gm

Shelf life:

8 months


Available online at:



Almond Oil, Avocado Oil, Jojoba Oil, Shea butter, Beetroot Extract, Beeswax.

Product Experience:

  • It keeps my lips hydrated and soft for 4-5 hours without making them look very greasy and it gives a nice sheer color tint. 
  • I really like the consistency of this product and I do find it hydrating as well. 
  • It also works well as a base under lipstick.


  • Availability
  • Travel-friendly packaging
  • Quite pigmented
  • Decently priced
  • Heals dry and chapped lips
  • Non sticky
  • Mild scent
  • Stays for 4-5 hours


  • Tub packaging can be inconvenient for some

Tz's rating


Would I recommend this?


Tuesday, 29 September 2020

You Live Only Once by Stuti Changle | Book Review

Imagine you disappear.

Twenty years later, three people are looking for you.

One is dying to meet you again. The other wishes you had never met them. The third wishes to have met you at least once.

You are one person. Aren't you?

But you are not the same for each one of them.

Find answers about your own life in this inspiring story reflective of the youth in India. You will join a broken but rising YouTube star Alara, a struggling but hopeful stand-up comedian Aarav, and a psycho but zen beach-shack owner Ricky. Together, take the journey to seek the truth behind the famous singer Elisha's disappearance somewhere by the deep sea in Goa.

Will you be able to find Elisha? Or will you end up finding yourself? 

Sunday, 27 September 2020

the right book

 if you don't like to read, you haven't found the right book 🤍

- j k rowling

Thursday, 24 September 2020

mr darcy

 I have faults enough, but they are not, I hope, of understanding. My temper I dare not vouch for. It is, I believe, too little yielding—certainly too little for the convenience of the world. I cannot forget the follies and vices of others so soon as I ought, nor their offenses against myself. My feelings are not puffed about with every attempt to move them. My temper would perhaps be called resentful. My good opinion once lost, is lost forever."

- Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice were written by Jane Austen

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Modern Hindi Short Stories foreword by Bhisham Sahni | Book Review

 When a society changes, it is the people who bear the weight of it the most. This book brings together stories from people’s lives, as they carried on their cultural legacy, weaving it with modernity and growth.

Handpicked gems of stories by veterans in the genre of the short stories– such as Amarkant, Bhisham Sahni, Kamleshwar, Nirmal Varma, and Mohan Rakesh – have been combined with works of younger writers who became the torch-bearers of the forward movement of the people.

Of special interest are the works of women writers such as Krishna Sobti and Mannu Bhandari, who made sure that women were heard and read – loud and clear.

A collector’s delight, MODERN HINDI SHORT STORIES, spans almost half a century of literary endeavor in the field of Hindi fiction – a period of intense literary activity, varied in its approach and wide in its scope.

Tuesday, 22 September 2020

 Joy green tea and mandarin brightening scrub exfoliate dead skin cells, brightening it instantly and imparting a silky and velvety feel. It contains 100% natural exfoliates to polish away dryness and reveal radiant skin.

Green tea is rich in anti-oxidants and it fights against free radicals. Mandarin contains vitamin c which helps diminish the appearance of skin imperfections.

It has 8 action benefits for skin perfection including dead skin exfoliation, lightening & brightening, pigmentation reduction, blemish reduction, elimination of pollutants, unclogging pores, lightening complexion, and improving skin tone.

How to use:

Step 1 – Squeeze the face scrub into your hands.

Step 2 - Massage face gently in circular motion focusing on the rough skin areas.

Step 3 - Rinse your face thoroughly with clean water and towel dry gently.

It is available on @amazondotin and @flipkart for INR 212.

Saturday, 19 September 2020

diy face mask kinda day

 diy face mask kinda day💆🏻‍♀️


-fuller's earth (multani mitti)

-sandalwood powder

-rose water

Friday, 18 September 2020


Yes, failures echoes in my ear.
The essence of losing everything and
sometimes everyone.
It occurs to me sometimes that
I cannot do that.
But through the other times, I
know I am really good at being
and that is where I regain control.


Thursday, 17 September 2020

The King of Minear's Son by R. J. Passer | Book Review

Prince Taelor Pevrel believes he is an only child until, at the age of twenty-two, he meets his half-sister, Alene, who just learned the story of her true parentage. She arrives in the kingdom of Minear to meet her father, King Naelor, and to connect with her newly discovered family. Taelor and Alene form an immediate bond with each other. However, King Naelor, cold and proud, take a whole different attitude towards Alene, considering her a threat to the future of the Pevrel dynasty.

Determined not to let Alene have a claim to his throne, Naelor attempts to assassinate her. When Taelor surmises that his father was behind the heinous act, tragic events ensue which leads him to forsake his title and to flee Minear. Accompanying him on his journey are his loyal servant, Leygon, and a cheeky knight, Lance. They face a variety of obstacles on their travels and have a fateful encounter with a group of witches who chant a spine-tingling prophecy that will haunt Taelor for the rest of his days.

The plot was a slow-burn kind of one, full of mystery & enough spice of adventure to keep you on the edge of your seat—the rest of it did that actually as well. The dramatic plot is one of the key essences of the novel.


Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Say hello to the woodcutter who found fairies in the forest!

Let him tell you about his magical gift. Meet the prince whose shoes could make him fly, the man who knew all secrets, and the hermit’s daughter who could talk to animals. Have you heard of the greedy saint, and the wise king who taught him a great lesson? Are you ready to dive into this wonderful world of stories? You must have read fairy tales about the glass slipper and the genie of the lamp.

But Popular Indian Fairy Tales are different; they are refreshingly Indian. You will find in these stories. Wisdom of ancient Indian books retold in contemporary English. Events that make you understand essential life lessons. Interactive questions at the end of each section to stimulate the mind and heart. Self-discovery for the reader by way of narration. Stories within stories for a raised emotional quotient. Worksheets and coloring pages.


Sunday, 13 September 2020

The Unplugged Summer by George Horner | Book Review


This book is a non-fiction memoir from George, an English twenty-three-year-old, who is in pursuit of working at an American summer camp. Join him on his journey through the recruitment process. This includes job interviews with summer camp directors via Skype and the process of getting a working visa for America. This occurs while he manages all his commitments in England.

When his journey proceeds at the chosen summer camp, it becomes a fascinating account, from George, with a focus on certain characters and the antics that the campers got up to. You will be taken through the multiple emotions that every member of a summer camp experiences each summer.

This book will drive interest in people that want to travel and who want to work at an American summer camp. There is also an emphasis on the positives and negatives of technology and social media that is constantly developing and is used by the majority, everywhere in society, but has less of existence at a summer camp.


Wednesday, 9 September 2020

The Godchild 3 by Jymi Cliche' | Book Review

In the final book of The Godchild trilogy, Jimi Freedom gives birth to a whole new life as an artist, rapper, and writer. He faces his fears and starts performing at Open Mics and art shows around Boston, and to his surprise, he is well-loved by many.

Unfortunately, too many changes too fast cause him some instability for a while, and he goes back to questioning his role as The Godchild and all his visions from his first two breakdowns come back as an urgent reminder that he still has work to do.


Tuesday, 8 September 2020

The Godchild 2 by Jymi Cliche' | Book Review

In the second book of this exciting trilogy, the reader learns more about Jimi's complicated interpersonal relationships with people he met on the street or in therapy.

His first challenge is attending his parents' 60th birthday party where he has to face his God family, including old friends and family he has not seen since he transitioned to male. With all the chaos going on, Jimi lets several old friends back into his life who cause him all kinds of unnecessary stress.

While his life and friendships are falling apart and he loses four more close friends to suicide, Jimi gets his ass to work on self-improvement and makes some huge and necessary changes to his own life.


Monday, 7 September 2020

The Godchild by Jymi Cliche' | Book Review

The author Jymi Cliche is an artist, a writer, a rapper, and a photographer. He feels like he was targeted at birth and that he is in the center of a giant conspiracy. Those beliefs got even stronger on 9/11 which was his 23rd birthday and a day he predicted would be bad ten years in advance.

This is a look inside his mind and how he came to believe in himself and the idea that he may really be "The Godchild." It is part memoir/part psychological thriller.


Sunday, 6 September 2020

Pomegranate Foaming Face Wash

 Joy's Foaming face wash enriched with Pomegranate extracts, helps in brightening complexion and removing impurities. It gently exfoliates and removes dirt, makeup and daily impurities while maintaining your skin’s natural moisture balance and nourishing the skin from within. It stimulates circulation, polishes and tightens pores, refines skin texture and leaves skin feeling soft and smooth.

Pomegranate has high amounts of antioxidants that prevent blocking of pores and gives you a clean skin. It is available on @amazondotin and @flipkart for INR 195.

It is free from alcohol, paraben, petrolatum, glycols and phthalates. @joy_beautifulbynature

Saturday, 5 September 2020

Marigold - the golden memories by Manali Debroy | Book Review

Marilyn Monroe once said, "I'm selfish, impatient, and a little insecure. I make mistakes. I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best," and I couldn't agree more.

Life is like a paradox of love and pain that may never leave each other, but in the end, the coexistence is worth the journey. Striving for the best is human nature, but are you really prepared for the roller-coaster rides or do you give up?

In the book Marigold - the Golden Memories, the author Manali Debroy has crafted 18 short stories. Each story is unique in its own way. There are stories of love, relationships, dreams, hope, and ambitions. The author has penned all of them very beautifully.