This is collection on beautiful and latest printed suits collection, this is also know as shalwar kameez, As everyone know that shalwar kameez is common dress of pakistan and also india, Pakistani girls love wear pretty, printed shalwar kameez. This is collection of Gul ahmed, gul ahmed is wonderful and creative designer which may designed a lot of dresses with different color combination. Gul Ahmed dressing is presenting super models of pakistan. These models is really so beautiful and attractive. Indulge in the digital fetish with true to life designs in vibrant hues & luxurious fabric…. Digital brush strokes , Spring is born on a sweet-scented breeze , as luscious blooms and feathery florals scatter over sheer silks and charming cottons .
The following best beauties tips, from skin care experts, hair stylists and makeup artists, will make sure that you can avoid even one such day!
New Tips for Beauty 2011
Robert Jones, author of “Makeup Makeovers Expert Secrets for Stunning Transformation“, says that while choosing eye shadow, every woman should go for shades that go well with their eye’s natural color. For that, it is important to choose a shade that is melodramatically opposite to their eye color in a color wheel. For example, those with blue eyes should choose soft peaches and warm browns. Those who have grey eyes, one of the best beautytips for them is to use purples and cool browns while those with green eyes should make them prominent by using deep purples, deep peaches and golden browns.
One of the best beauties tips for those with thin lips, according to Jones, is using a light colored lipstick. For those with fuller lips, the lipstick can be both dark and light shades. To start with, first fill your lips with a natural toned lip pencil and then apply a small amount of concealer on the bottom and top lips. This will make the area look light after lipstick is applied on it giving it a fuller and pouty look. To complete the look, add a dash of shimmery, light lip gloss.
Shampooing every other day is an important step for keeping your hair looking good, according to Allure. The shine of your hair and its health depends on the natural oils of your hair. Before you put your shampoo on your hair, drench it thoroughly. Make sure to rub the shampoo on the scalp as that will make sure the ends are not drying up. The best beauties tips for hair care is using coldest water possible for rinsing the shampoo off as that closes the cuticle and produces shinier hair.
One a week, every woman should use a hydrating face mask, according to Mzia Shimon who is a professional facial’s. To draw moisture to the skin, use a face mask that has hyaluronic acid. Women who are over 40 should get facial done less often because the oil production of their skin slows down at this age which means blocked pores are not that much a problem as it was in their younger years. Instead, Allure magazine continues, the best beauties tip for them is using salicylic acid based cleanser for keeping their skin clear.
The myths regarding being beautiful have all become cliche phrases, such as “beauty sprouts from within”, or “those who are beautiful from inside are truly beautiful”. The aforesaid statements can’t be denied but still there is so much that can top up the true Pakistani beauty. Beauty and style go hand in hand. Beauty without style and style without beauty can’t ever stay. So they should co-ordinate and complement each other instead of being poles apart. To make it even more precise, Pakistani beauty needs Pakistani style, Western beauty asks for western style and so on.
Fashion Central focuses Style tips which are purely ofPakistani style and are meant to enhance Pakistani beauty. So lucky you Pakistani beauties who were seeking for their desiring style tips.
- Stop using fairness stuff: The style tip of the day is just stop applying fairness creams day long and at nights as the excessive use of such products can spoil the skin in the long run. Remember, that sun screens are NOT fairness cremes. Sunscreens are a must when you are directly exposed to sun. True Pakistani beauty icon is the tan complexion which luckily you must have if you are a Pakistani. The real Pakistani style is to wear your actual complexion without masking it with undue fairness which might look artificial.
- Wear a light and casual make up: Overdone make up can play havoc to your looks. Remember that Pakistani beauty asks for lighter and casual make up because of the usual summers, hot and humid weather. You can carry your Pakistani style with well merged and well blended foundation base along with lighter shades used for finishing.
- Carry your dress Properly: The next style tip is to carry whatever you are wearing with a due grace. If you are dressed up in pure Pakistani style, then you must know that the Pakistani beauty of your dress lies in its cuts and shape which would absolutely not look good if you don’t maintain your walk and physical postures. The dress is sure to look gorgeous if worn with a dignity.
- Accessorize: The Pakistani style is to fully accessorise what you wear from top to toe. To make it clear, Pakistani beauty can become many folds only with the use of matching eastern jewellery, shoes, hair accessories, coordinating nail colours and other details.
- Manage your hair so that they look healthy: hair cut and styling add a lot to Pakistani beauty. The true Pakistani style is to maintain silky, black straight and lengthy hair. Moreover, the special style tip for the curious Pakistani beauties is to go for messy buns as they are very much in these days.
- Take care of your hands and feet: Neglecting hands and feet care is a usual tendency. Another important style tip is to regularly manage a manicure and pedicure. Not only this, rather apply some moisture to your hands and feet every night before going to bed. Softer the hands, younger the looks. Pakistani beauty needs special care again because of the polluted environment all around.
- Wear Pakistani designers: Pakistani beauty and Pakistani style is at its peak when we talk of Pakistanidesigners, so try to follow the new trends and designer wears as they are sure to add up to your Pakistani style.
One evening in late July, a fashion model in very short shorts was walking down Lafayette Street when a middle-aged guy in a baseball cap, pudgy and plodding, stopped dead in his tracks.
“Hey! Hey, you!” he called out in a thick Brooklyn accent, sidling up. “Are you a model?”
The model peered down at him and gamely grinned. “I am.”
“You’re gorgeous.” The man whistled through his teeth. “Shoot! Where are you, you know, illustrated in?”
“Oh, different places,” the model demurred.
“Well, you got my vote,” the guy said. “Man!” He shook his head in amazement and reluctantly continued down the street, completely unaware that the woman he had just encountered was not a woman at all but was in factAndrej Pejic, a male model who has garnered much attention in the fashion world for his recent success modeling women’s clothing. That day, in addition to the shorts, Pejic was sporting a lacy black blouse over a black tank top, long blond hair, and smoky eyes. He had just come from a shoot for a Spanish magazine where he had shown to good effect a number of items generally considered to be in women’s domain: a floor-length wrap dress, a fur coat, a wide-brimmed felt hat, and, toward the end of the day, a rosy lip stain.
“What color did you use on his lips?” one of the women milling about the studio had asked the makeup artist.
“It’s sort of a berry,” he’d answered, at which point she ducked into the changing room and began dabbing the same shade on her own pout.
And so in moments like the one on Lafayette Street, when Pejic is the object of a clearly heterosexual advance, he does not usually choose to disabuse the potential suitor of his confusion, in part because he knows that the mistake is a fair one. When he first showed up at the Chadwick agency in Melbourne, Australia, the town where he grew up, he was quickly signed and just as quickly told he would be unlikely to find much work in the relatively macho Australian market: He was too beautiful to be an obvious choice for men’s campaigns, but he was not actually a woman. The next year, after Pejic graduated from high school and moved to London, his extreme androgyny made it difficult for him even to secure a British agent. “I remember it was raining and horrible,” he tells me. “I was walking in a street without an umbrella—it was a really dramatic, kind of movie moment—and I was just like, ‘Oh my God, I came to London, I spent my mom’s money, I’m not even gonna get an agency.’ ” He giggles in a low register and continues, “It was like Madonna going to Hollywood.” At Storm, the fifth agency he visited, owner Sarah Doukas—known for discovering Kate Moss—decided to take a chance on him. “When I first met Andrej, I didn’t think, What a beautiful boy or girl,” Doukas says. “I certainly didn’t want to put him in one particular box.” The agency posted him not just on the men’s board but also on the women’s.
In Europe’s fashion world, where the masculine ideal is a good deal less masculine, Pejic found some work, but he didn’t become one of the industry’s coveted items—the modeling world’s version of the Birkin or the Spy Bag or the Muse—until Carine Roitfeld, then editor-in-chief of French Vogue, decided to dress him as a woman for an editorial shoot. “Carine Roitfeld was just like, ‘Put him in Fendi!’ ” Pejic explains before adding, “My agency did ask me if I was comfortable with it, but I’ve been dressing in skirts since I was very little, so for me it was, ‘Of course.’ ”
Since then, “I guess professionally I’ve left my gender open to artistic interpretation,” he says. This past year, he walked in both men’s and women’s shows for Jean Paul Gaultier (who describes Pejic as an “otherworldly beauty”), and was cast as Gaultier’s bride—traditionally a line’s pièce de résistance—in his Spring 2011 couture show. For New York’s Fashion Week in February, he modeled in five shows for men and four for women. Even at men’s shows, Galliano put him in “a skimpy little singlet” and Gaultier dressed him as Betty Catroux, Yves Saint Laurent’s androgynous female muse. He’s been photographed by Steven Meisel and Juergen Teller. His mother has been on Australian television to talk about her son. He is now famous enough in that country that he wears sunglasses to go outside.
On a recent Saturday afternoon, Pejic invites me along to a shoot he’s doing on the 32nd floor of a sleek apartment building in Tribeca. When we enter the main room, light is beaming in from a huge wraparound veranda with a view of Manhattan’s southern tip. The shoot’s creative director, Rushka Bergman—who for three years was also the stylist for that bygone pinnacle of androgyny, Michael Jackson—is wearing sunglasses the size of saucers and conferring with the makeup artist while another male model lounges about in an open leather shirt, occasionally flexing his pectorals. Music blares. Assistants flutter. Pejic is hustled into hair and makeup.