Dress right for Valentines Day date

first_imgOpt for a little red dress or go for a flirty mini skirt and pair it with classic winged eyes and pink blush to woo your date for Valentine’s Day, say experts. 4Little red dress (LRD): A red short sew dress teamed up with metallic stilettos or black boots finished with a red clutch and a black jacket and you are ready to rock the date night.Make-up tip: Keep it simple and elegant with make-up. A classic winged eyeliner and a matte red lip will do wonders. If you not a fan of red lips then team the eyeliner with a nude shade that suits the skin colour. Keep the skin fresh and dewy by adding a little highlighter on the higher planes of the face such as cheekbones. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf4Be flirty with pink: Layer of a flirty mini skirt (denim) with different shades of pink off-shoulder top. Complete the look with clear sunglasses, pink glitter sketchers or flats.Make-up tip: Opt for a highlighted dewy skin. Add some soft pink blush and choose a pink lip colour. Make sure the lips are matte if you keep the skin dewy and glossy. Don’t forget to layer a lot of mascara to open up those eyes.4Opt for nude coloured garments: Nude coloured ensembles have become a rage because of reality TV star Kim Kardashian sisters. A nude coloured short skirt with a white crop top or sweatshirt. Throw a lot of rose gold accessories. Keep it classy by adding up nude ballerinas and to cut the monotony a brown sling bag and you are ready for the date.Make-up tip: Keep it super simple with this look. Soft pink lips, groomed brows. Don’t forget to add blush, it gives beautiful dimensions to the face without doing much.last_img read more

Tribute to Tagore on his birth anniversary

first_imgAn evening of songs and poems highlighting different moods and moments of Tagore’s life, marked the birth anniversary celebrations of this philosopher-poet at Muktadhara auditorium here. The cultural programme, organised by West Bengal Information and Cultural Centre, New Delhi, under the Office of the Resident Commissioner, Government of West Bengal, payed a tribute to Kabiguru.City-based choir Swarchhanda’s presentation titled ‘Tagore meets Bhanu Singha’ focussed on the versatility of the writer. Renowned singer Sahana Bakshi and her mentor Soumi Bhattacharya also paid a glorious tribute to the rich poetic tradition of Bengal through their programme ‘Kabipronam’. Following that, noted Rabindrasangeet artiste Debadrito Chattopadhyay earned plaudits from the audience for his rendition of some of the bard’s best creations.The event was graced by the presence of Bhaskar Khulbe, Secretary to the Prime Minister, Jayashree Mukherjee, Additional Secretary, Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, and Dr Krishna Gupta, Principal Resident Commissioner, Government of West Bengal.last_img read more