W hen you’re in the business of helping
women look and feel good, you leam a
thing or two. Listen to our pros share their
BY ANKITA A TALWAR | PHOTOGRAPHS JEFF HARRIS
The experts we spoke to all agree—
beauty is as much about attitude as
it is about application. It is about
discovering yourself and your
environment rather than opting for
expensive treatments. Meet our panel:
HOW TO SAVE A BAD HAIR DAY
No time for shampoo? Put a little
eau de cologne on your brush and
brush your hair with it. It absorbs
oil and leaves your hair clean. If
rough hair is your bane, mix waterCx
with some creamy hair conditioner
and put it in a spray bottle. Spray the
mixture on your hair and comb the
hair out, so that it spreads evenly
through your hair.
For hair that is frizzy and out of
control, try spraying a comb with
some hair spray and comb through to
minimize the frizz. For greasy locks,
bend forward (hair over face) and
brush. Try a little volumizing hair
spray at the roots and comb lightly.
Keep clips, rubber bands, and scarves
handy as a last resort.
Shahnaz Husain, the face of the
Indian herbal and natural cosmetics
market. She is the Chairperson and
Managing Director of The Shahnaz
Husain Group of Companies.
Pragna Chakarvarti, Chief Scientific
Officer and Vice President Worldwide.
Research & Development at JAFRA
skincare and cosmetics.
Charvi Gupta, Vice President,
Natasha Shah, Founder, The