Between the excitement of nail salons reopening and the promise of summer to come (hopefully), there has been a noticeable shift in the types of manicures that I’ve spotted on Instagram lately. Gone are the neutral colours and basic shades that all the chicest women were stepping out in earlier this year and in their place, a riot of cute nail art and pastel hues. As someone that always has a saved folder that’s bursting with nail designs, I have to say that I’m thrilled with this shift to embrace colour and pattern for the season ahead. That
The Spotify picture trend has taken over TikTok, and several users have already turned their photos into album cover!
Over the years, TikTok users have come up with several trends and the latest one to create a buzz in the platform is that of Spotify picture. This comes months after fas made the album cover trend famous on the platform. If you are wondering how to do this trend, we are here to help you out!
What is the Spotify picture trend?
The Spotify picture trend sees people editing
French manicures have been sitting comfortably in the No. 1 spot on the list of most popular nail-art designs for quite some time, and there doesn’t seem to be any real chance of a runner up overthrowing that top ranking any time soon. Still, just when you think you’ve seen every take on french tips, a new design pops up on Instagram and solidifies its position.
The latest to make its way to the feeds of nail-art enthusiasts everywhere: the double french manicure. This trend sees not one, but two french manicure lines carefully painted along the tip of your
Two months ago, if you had asked Joe Exotic—the star of the mega-popular Netflix series Tiger King that aired last year—what NFT stands for, he might have replied “no friggin’ tigers”, as he had lost his adventure park in Oklahoma and was sent to jail after being convicted of a murder-for-hire plot against his nemesis, the big cat rescuer Carol Baskin. But it seems Exotic has
By Puja Gupta
New Delhi– Chumbak’s products are loved for their design identity which is an eclectic mix of various art forms, colours and techniques. It doesn’t shy away from colours, and that what makes their product stand out.
A lot of their inspirations come from art forms and cultures from across the world. “Yes, a bunch of our products have a modern take on Indian art and we’ve been appreciated for that. We are always actively looking out for new and interesting techniques, fabrics, textures etc to add more value to our products,” says Shubhra Chadda, Director — Product
Line drawings and abstract art are having a serious moment in the world of interiors. Inspired by the likes of art greats Matisse and Picasso, an increasing number of brands are designing homewares and furnishings that deviate from standard (and rather staid) stripes and florals, instead making use of fluid lines, negative space and expressive forms.
The distinctive style is simple yet impactful, and best of all, easy to integrate into just about any style of décor – from vintage-inspired to clean and contemporary. Looking to elevate your interiors? Scroll on for five unique home additions that harness the line