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New Hairdo? Make The Most Of It With These Makeup Tweaks!

Whether chopping off your locks, going for a bold new hair color, or simply adding bangs, a new hairstyle isn’t complete until you update your makeup …

Wedding Day Beauty Don'ts!

There's a lot to consider for your wedding day, or really, any big life happening that's going to be documented through hundreds of photos that …

Weddings

Get Whiter, Brighter Teeth At Home

White teeth. Everybody wants them. A sign of health and beauty for centuries, a dazzling smile has always been either up to genetics or an eccentric …

Fridge or Vanity? Does it Matter Where You Store Your Beauty Products?

The word “perfume” is the coldest word I know. That’s because when I was growing up, my mom kept all her perfume in the fridge, behind the milk. It …

Skin Care

How To Donate Hair and Hair Donation Organizations

Have you ever wondered <b>how to donate hair</b>? So did we and it all started around the New Year!<p>Just before midnight this past New Year’s Eve, one of my …

Are You Applying Makeup in the Right Order?

There is a natural order to accomplishing most anything in life: Lather, rinse, repeat. Love, marriage, baby in a carriage. High school, college, job …

Makeup

Three Common Hair Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

For a lot of us, hair is the most intimidating part of an at-home beauty routine. And Umberto Savone, famed stylist and founder of Umberto Beverly …

Chicken Pakora!! Ingredients : 1. Chicken(skinless and boneless) -1lb 2. Salt - to taste 3. All purpose flour - 1 cup 4. Rice flour - 2 tablespoons 5. Corn flour - 2 tablespoons 6. Food color - a pinch (optional) 7. chillipowder - 1 teaspoon /per taste 8. Egg - 1 To grind: 1. Ginger garlic paste - 1 tablespoon 2. Onion - 1/2 chopped roughly 3. Green chillies - 2 4. Cilantro - 1/2 cup 5. Dhania seeds - 2 teaspoons Method: 1. Clean the chicken and cut them into bite size pieces and set it aside. 2. Grind the ingredients under the "to grind" section into a coarse mixture. 3. Add this ground mixture to the chicken and give it a quick mix. 4. Then add salt, chilli powder and food color. add the flours little by little. Spray water if needed and mix it with the rest of the ingredients. 5. Make sure the batter coats the chicken pieces evenly. The batter should not be too thick or very thin. 6. Whisk an egg and add it to the battered chicken. Set it aside for 30 mins. 7. Deep fry till it turns reddish brown. Serve it with tea.

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