Published: June 2, 2020 9:40:11 pm
A look at Kubbra Sait’s Instagram and you would instantly realise that the actor’s profile reflects her true self. From selfies of her right after waking up to her all dressed up in majestic gowns along with fitness videos, her social media profile is a treat for her fans. But that’s not all. While scrolling, we also noticed some of her style and beauty secrets, which we thought of sharing with you. Want to know more? Just scroll down and check out for yourself.
A wide waist belt is a must-have in your wardrobe. It is the perfect accessory for days you want to style your bright, shapeless dress while giving it some structure. Here, the Sacred Games actor opts for a light beige dress with a black waist belt which takes the outfit to a whole new level.
Let’s be honest, there’s nothing as therapeutic as painting your toe-nails in bright shades. Wondering how they would look? Take a look at Kubbra’s post. But, before you get on with it, take a look at all the things you need to keep in mind (click here) before you go ahead with a pedicure.
Shower yourself with some ‘me time’ over the weekend (read: opt for a sheet mask). These luxurious sheet masks make you feel on top of the world after a long tiring week, while leaving your skin feeling plump, energised and brightened. But if you have run out of your sheet masks, here’s how you can make one at home (click here). The best part about these? While you give your skin the much needed TLC, you are also doing your own part for the environment since they can be used multiple times.
Of course, we love our hairbands and pearl-encrusted clips. After all, they allow us to make a fashion statement and look trendy. But there’s no harm in keeping things chilled out and bohemian once a while. Kubbra’s cutesy floral headband gives you the perfect cues. Style it with a basic cotton white dress and you’ll be all set.
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On the 19th of April 2009: I wrote my list of Strengths and weaknesses. In fact recently in an interview I told @lekhamenon31 about the same. I had forgotten what I had written in them. This list has made me smile and also a bit sad… thought I’ll share why I felt so about my weaknesses with you: Fear 💀 I’m happy that I don’t have the fear anymore, the fear of moving to a new city, setting up base and meeting people who will be a part of my new life. This was the fear for a 27 year old wanting to move to Mumbai. It was a big bad city, cited to be filled with monsters and all the seven sins. Short Tempered 🤬I believe I have a better control over my mind now, than I had in 2009. I dont think I would’ve been able to say the same, maybe less than 6 months ago, but I’m learning to absorb. I’m learning to breathe through a situation. I’m learning. Distracted 🦋 I am still distracted, but acting has thought me to “be in the moment” even if it is a for a few minutes during the shots. Ask and you’ll know what a crack job I was on The sets of #GoingViral or #SacredGames Foodie 🍕I still am a foodie, in fact I’ve added some other things to this list that I didn’t do in 2009, I enjoy wine and that changes the diet a whole lot. But thankfully my last one and half year has been a blessing with @coach.urmi . Principles 🥋 I’m actually disappointed that I wrote this under weaknesses. This is strength that got me through these 9 years in Mumbai. It allowed me to not negotiate with my conscience and I imagined it to be a concern in 2009. Outspoken 🎙This is interestingly in both columns. I feel I’ve learnt an art of negotiation & diplomacy. Looking at this list, I have a lot more fuel to plan the next 10 years. If you are still reading Thank You 🙏🏽 I’m fortunate to be able to visit and decode the younger self. I plan to write a new list today, which I think would be good to review 🔟 years later. . . . Remember, things will change around you, but only if you have the courage to change with them too. #ByeNow Thank You @yasusait for writing this list with me 😘
With so much happening around, it is pretty evident for all of us to feel overwhelmed. One of the best ways to deal with it is by either practising journaling or simply making a list of your strengths and weaknesses. This helps you put together your thoughts and help plan ahead. Try your hands at it, we are sure you will feel positive!
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