the mischa diaries

Beauty & Lifestyle Blogger Based in England.

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Juvia's Place Magic Palette Review and Swatches


Monday, 16 October 2017

The Matte Bronzer You Need To Try | Laura Gellar Beach Matte Baked Hydrating Bronzer Review

First of all, if you're a reader I'd like to apologize for the long break from blogging.  This is a post I wrote up over the summer over my go-to bronzer that I conveniently forgot to publish.


Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Holiday Skincare Packing List

If you've read my previous posts, you'd know that I've been traveling in India for a while now, and I've abandoned the trains for air travel this time to make the most of our time  in India (and also because Indian trains take up 12x the time taken by an airplane).So I've had to travel for two in a suitcase and stick to the 100 ml limit wherever I can (we do get luggage by the way for domestic flights, but I try to pack my bags with shoes and clothes for 3 weeks in there). I thought I'd list out everything that I packed for our travel, which includes a few holy grails and a few new purchases.

Monday, 7 August 2017

Restaurant Review | Thai Pavillion *

During my stay at the Taj Vivanta in Gurgaon, I was invited to have a complimentary meal at their Thai restaurant, Thai Pavillion. We had a very packed schedule as we wanted to explore everything we could in Delhi, but took up this opportunity since having Thai Food would be a good break from all of the Indian food we've been having.


Sunday, 6 August 2017

New Delhi City Guide

After 25 years on this earth, I finally took the time out to explore my beautiful home country. My parents hail from the South, so while I have explored some bits of South India, I have ignored the Capital of the country until now, and have completely fallen in love with North India and its historic architecture. A lot of people are clueless about how to travel in India, and since I took upon the duty to research everything for my boyfriend who was visiting India for the first time I have learned a lot which I think I could be useful for others.


Being an Indian passport holder I could skip visas, but did a lot of planning for my boyfriend while he was working (all written up on Microsoft One Note, which has been an excellent planning tool for travel) and looked up on everything possible which I hope will be useful to you peeps!

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