Happy Diwali everyone <3
Diwali rings bells in our ears. Right? No, not due to all those crackers. In fact, I don’t promote crackers due to the sound and air pollution they create.
When I was in school, say max 8th standard, I once participated in a normal school rally ‘SAY NO TO CRACKERS’. Since that day, I haven’t used or bought any cracker. My son is now 5 yrs old and I haven’t got him any cracker myself. But, sometimes, when some close relatives and elders give them crackers out of love, you can’t always say no. Just that, I keep on teaching my son, about the harmful effects crackers cause. And now that we are on a spree of banning chinese crackers, it becomes all the more important. Yes. I am following that ban!!
Diwali is a festival of lights, sweets and traditional wear. I am not a supporter of fireworks, as I don’t want to contribute to pollution. But I welcome sweets with open mouth 😉 and traditional dresses add that special charm to a festival. Meeting relatives and friends on pretext of exchanging sweets and gifts is what adds flavour to this festival and thats the reason I wait for Diwali whole year.
Today I am here with a special Diwali Look done on Ritcha. Here, Ritcha is wearing a silk kurti with a silk skirt, which originally belongs to our mum. It was somewhere in her wardrobe and she was more than happy to see her daughter wearing this. Hope you all like the pictures 🙂
MAC Studio Fix Fluid foundation
Morphe Eyeshadow palette 35N and 35C
MAC Cosmo and Call the hairdresser
Wish you all a very Happy Diwali and Halloween. Stay happy and blessed and enjoy to the fullest.
AND SAY NO TO CRACKERS.