There are two reasons why we remember Main Tera Hero, the David Dhawan rom com that had ran to full houses even though it released when the World T20 was on in full swing. What made a lasting impression were the two beauties, Nargis Fakhri and Ileana D’Cruz—one more voluptuous than the other– who outshone each other in the film. Fairly new entrants to the Bollywood world Ileana has a loyal fan following in the south. As for Ms. Fakhri, this buxom lass has a larger than life persona, bee stung lips and an unmistakable American twang that make her stand apart from the rest of the pack. The two may have been pals in the film but rumor has it that the two are not bum chums in real life. Going by their appearances at promotional events, we believe all isn’t well between the two; perhaps Nargis’ growing closeness to her film co-star Varun has something to do with the cold vibes between the two girls.
Judging by the stills from the film it’s clear that beachy waves are back! Both lissome lasses sport windswept, tousled tresses and killer bikini bods as they vie for attention from lucky man Varun Dhawan. While Nargis is by nature a flamboyant, outspoken woman, Ileana is more demure though no less irresistible. The girls’ personalities may be poles apart but there no denying that they both have beautiful tresses in common. We’ve had countless Nykaa fans writing in for advice on how to choose the right shampoo to sport Nargis and Ileana’s beachy waves. So here goes.
Shampoos to get the hair of your dreams .
Walking down the shampoo aisle in a store can be a daunting task. There’s no dearth of shampoo variants. Some are designed for fine hair while others are formulated for color-treated hair. But what’s a girl to do if she has fine and color-treated strands? Then, are shampoos for curly hair one-size-fit-all? Or should those with thick hair be looking for something different than their fine-haired friends? If the seemingly endless shampoo options have you stumped, you can now breathe a sigh of relief because we’re here to better help you find the shampoo of your dreams.
If your hair is straight and thin, look for a gentle shampoo that’s not too thick or creamy. Choose volumizing formulas such as Sunsilk Straight Lock Shampoo over moisturizing ones to avoid weighing down your hair.
If you have straight, thick hair, choose a shampoo with hair-softening ingredients to smooth and relax rougher textures. Try Garnier Fructis Long & Strong Shampoo.
Frizzy, Wavy Hair.
If your hair is fine and wavy, you probably spend a lot of time dealing with frizz. Use a volumizing shampoo to give your waves a little extra lift or a product specifically designed for fighting kinks and curls such as Pantene Pro-V Silky Smooth Care Shampoo.
Damaged hair lacks the nutrients necessary for strength and shine. Nourish fine hair back to life with proteins and lightweight conditioners, like those found in Schwarzkopf Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo. Thick hair that is dry or damaged will benefit from a product with enhanced deep conditioning agents. Try Toni&Guy Cleanse Shampoo : For Damaged Hair.
Color-treated hair needs to be cleansed with a product that won’t strip strands of color. Schwarzkopf Bonacure Color Freeze Color Shine Shampoo is designed for fine, color-treated hair. The anti-fade complex fortifies hair, while gently removing volume-inhibiting build up and oil.
Thick, color-treated hair also needs to be strengthened and softened. Look for a shampoo that fights color fade and boosts shine. I recommend Herbal Essences Color Me Happy Shampoo.
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By makeup artist Arshis Javeri (www.arshisjaveri.com)