Beauty Regimes of Supermodels
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Beauty Regimes of Supermodels

Beauty has always attracted attention this is why some models became world renowned. For models, looking beautiful is a full-time job, so who better to get beauty advice from? Here they share some of their best tips to look gorgeous. Find out which are the most famous supermodels of the world so you can admired and inspire yourself from their beauty and style.


Miranda Kerr


Miranda Kerr – a Victoria’s Secret Angel and the smoldering face of December issue – is Esquire‘s sexiest woman alive.


Miranda reveals that after applying a coat of mascara she pinches her eyelashes between her thumb and the piece of cutlery to achieve the desired look. Miranda, who has previously extolled the benefits of coconut oil and Tahitian Noni Juice, also revealed that rosehip oil helps give her skin a natural glow. And to keep her body feeling silky smooth, she uses a body brush to get rid of dead skin after showering. 'It’s a dry brush, you can get it from the health food store and you brush your body with it. It makes your skin super smooth.


Cindy Crawford


Cynthia Ann "Cindy" Crawford is an American model. Crawford is known for her trademark mole just above her lip, and has adorned hundreds of magazine covers throughout her career.


She reveals that she uses a day cream with antioxidants and sunscreen, a night cream, and an eye cream. She does masks once a week, and gets microdermabrasion once a month. She is pretty diligent with microdermabrasion because she has noticed a big difference in the texture of her skin from it. Basically, she takes care of herself, but she doesn’t want to be obsessive.


Gisele Bundchen


Gisele Caroline Bundchen is a Brazilian fashion model and occasional film actress. She is the goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme.


Gisele Bunchen reveals that she uses mascara on top and bottom lashes both to make her eyes look bigger. She also likes to line the inner eye with pencil in a dark beige or gold color to make them look more dramatic. To remove makeup, she uses Lancome’s pink foaming cleanser and Victoria Secret total remover, both gentle on the skin. Gisele uses an eco-friendly skin care line called Sejaa Pure. The ingredients are all natural with green packaging. She also markets the day cream, night cream and mud mask.


Theresa Moore


Theresa Moore is a fashion model based between New York and London. She has Italian, French, Scottish and Native American ancestry.


Theresa Moore reveals that she uses Estee Lauder's Night rejuvenating serum. This potion in the iconic brown bottle delivers cleaner, fresher skin while you rest overnight. Great for beating jetlag or antioxidants from a stressful lifestyle.


Theresa Moore's favorite hair tip is applying oil such as olive oil or jojoba oil to your hair when you work out. A small cupped handful of oil from root to tip will nourish your hair while you work out and comes out afterwards with an easy shampoo.


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The Evolution of Haute Couture: The Real Deal

Whether it’s been the famous crinoline – a hoop skirt that women wore under their skirts in the 19th century or the corset - a garment worn by women to hold and shape the torso into a desired shape, or even the foot binding – aka lotus feet which was predominantly popular among women in China around the 8th century; ‘fashion’ has constantly evolved and gone through tremendous changes to reflect the ideologies of the era and age.


Fashion was never isolated to a woman’s domain but was quite popular among men as well.


The Crinoline


Compressing her organs as only a queen can




The sense of fashion has evolved throughout time and various eras existed depicting Fashion; The Golden Age of French Fashion- the period between the two World Wars. Various fashion trends and fads came and went; the crinoline, foot binding in China, corsets, short Bobs, chemise dresses, zoot (zazou) suits, famous kilts worn in Scotland to Duffel Coats, high-necked blouses, Pill box hats, Pill box hats to even Bell-bottoms have been a number of trends that have existed in our society and these trends have strongly resonated or reflected different eras- the silent era, or the Great Depression era, etc.

In today’s fast paced and evolving times, fashion leaves no stone un turned; undergoing tremendous changes- improvising fashion trends from the past.
With movies like ‘The Artist’ being released in 2011 in an attempt to revive the past, entertainment has been closely associated with Fashion and has also influenced the way that people dress. It was a colourful revival of ‘The Silent Film’ as well as the 1920’s fashion.


Be it clothes, shoes, hand bags or purses, or hats various brands are constantly competing with one another to create and sell the most fashionable item in the market.


Well-known brands like Nordstrom, Versace, Timberland, Donna Karan, Foot loose, Puma, Foot locker, MAC, Clinique, Jack and Only, Banana Republic, Vero Moda, Zara, Nike, Reebok, Adidas, Calvin Klein, Guess have repeatedly remained in the forefront for the quality of clothing and good will of the brand name. These brands constantly undergo phases where they try to re-invent themselves so as to entice the potential and exiting customer s to buy apparel items from their brand; a process known as brand building. But, what makes a brand stand out and retain its stand in society? Personal preference or experience with the brand could be a reason behind the success of a brand. Brands compete continuously with one another- trying to find ways in which they can stand out. A country may look at international brands to compete with for their national brands improvising the strategies used behind. Indian brands like Biba, FabIndia, Metro Shoes, Baata, and Cotton World, etc. are some of the well-known brands in India


Metro Shoes( is a household brand name in India with an aim to deliver an extensive collection of fashion footwear and accessories for both men and women. With the 'Kurbaan' Jodi of Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan as the brand ambassadors of Metro Shoes, Metro also has a digital presence.


People can view different shoe designs, their prices and place an online order for the shoe of their choice; which is delivered to one’s residence. These are different categories- kids, women or men which can be selected as per one’s preference. Besides this, information about foot care tips, shoe care tips and current footwear trends are also available online.


Inkfruit is an e-commerce web portal that sells T-shirts, Flip-flops, Sling bags, Laptop skins, etc. You can place an order online and pay on delivery. With various options in clothing available for both men and women shopping is made far easier. Men can choose from a variety of clothing items like casual t-shirts, plain tees, polo’s, shorts, casual shoes, sandals, wallets, etc. Women can choose from different designed tops, casual t-shirts, flats & sandals, clutches, jewellery, etc.


Like any other brand, both try to improvise and deliver designs that are in sync with current times and trends. If you could choose which brand would you opt for?



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