On Our Radar

A round-up of things on our radar this week!


January 22, 2018

Blush Crush by Luscious Cosmetics



Make-up lovers, time to update your stash with Luscious Cosmetics’ new line of blushes ‘Blush Crush’. Blush Crush is a weightless and ultra-blendable formula with a natural matte finish for that perfect natural glow on your face. Available in six shades: Infatuation, Obsession, Lust, Adoration, Romance and Passion – we are stoked to try these! Check out the shades on Instagram.com/lusciouscosmetics/ or visit www.iloveluscious.com

The Organic Shop



With the beginning of a new year, a lot of people are looking to straighten up their act when it comes to health and diet. The Organic Shop is offering many options to health-conscious people to incorporate all-organic and super healthy food products in their diet. From hormone-free milk to freshly plucked fruits and herbs, this shop has got all you need to start a healthy and organic diet. For more information, check out their page on Instagram.com/instaorganicshop/

Amavi Patisserie



If you are obsessed with bespoke baked goodies then Amavi Patisserie is one that is making us drool these days with its amazing desserts. From beautifully decorated cakes to irresistible cupcakes, cookies and breads – we can’t get enough of this patisserie and cake boutique. To check out their drool-worthy delicacies, visit Instagram.com/amavipatisserie/ or call 0324-1010222.

Spot Control Lotion by Dr. OBT



Get clear and spot-free skin with Spot Control Lotion by OBT, formulated to reduce inflammation and blemished skin because of acne. The lotion, priced at Rs5,000, also helps in drying out acne and purifying pores giving your skin a clear and improved appearance. To learn more about this product, you can log on to Facebook.com/Dr.OBT/ or call 0332-0146630.

Afkar-e-Taza #ThinkFest2018



Afkar-e-Taza #ThinkFest 2018 is the second edition of an academic literary festival being organised by the Centre for Governance and Policy at the Alhamra Art Council, Mall Road, Lahore from January 13-14. The festival brings together distinguished academicians, writers, poets, artists, analysts, and performers from all over the world. The Alhamra Art Council will be converted into an interactive space for panel discussions, theatre performances, art and historical exhibitions along with an enticing spread of food stalls. For more information on participation, visit Facebook.com/cgpitu/

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