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Posted at: Dec 6, 2018, 1:09 AM; last updated: Dec 6, 2018, 1:09 AM (IST)

Ready to be re-born?

Ten sittings of 10 minutes each and you come out as the brand new version of yourself, courtesy Korean stem cell therapy
Ready to be re-born?

Manpriya Singh

If there’s anything that beauty world welcomes with open arms, it’s a breakthrough anti-ageing technology. Never mind even if it breaks through the three layers of your skin. And just in case it’s non-invasive, it’s something you introduce to the city. 

That’s exactly what Chandigarh-based Shalu Swani did with her first brainchild Stylush. A unisex beauty and wellness salon that brings to the city, among other things, the Korean stem cell therapy. 

Elaborates Shalu Swani, “It’s what I personally got done last year during a holiday abroad and when I returned everyone’s reactions to queries were all very positive.” Needless to say the non- invasive technology obviated the need for even considering Botox and fillers. “I travelled to Korea and researched about the latest beauty technologies and natural products,” she adds before sharing what the stem cell therapy is actually about. “It requires minimum 10 sittings of ten minutes each wherein through a machine, in which you put basic regenerated stem cells, your lymphatic nodes are activated and that makes all the difference.” 

The beauty world is full of buzz words, latest fads, both good and bad.  If Korean masks like rice, bee pollen, collagen sound like a promising idea, go ahead and explore. Joining in is make-up artist Parveen, who having been associated with different salons in the city before, will look after the bridal make-up section. Not that a bride has only 15 minutes at hand, but if need be he promises to get a bride rolling with her make-up within that time frame. “It’s all about practice and experience and I have so much of it that it is actually possible,” he shares while telling us that there is no such thing as ‘bridal make-up trend’. “It’s about what would suit them, their facial structure and outfit.” 

Fortunately, we are far ahead of making the tacky mistake of too much going on with a bride in terms of costume, jewllery, hair and top of that make-up. As for what should a bride look like, “It’s no more about red or maroon lipsticks. Brides are just happy with sheer look. It’s about highlighting, neutral tones, nude make-up, glowing skin showing through.” 

Ask about the best bridal look of the volley of B-town brides the nation has witnessed lately and he quips, “Anushka Sharma’s D-day look. She was glowing, she was minimal and put together she looked outstanding.” Brides, are you listening? That’s your blueprint! 

manpriya@tribunemail.com

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