Want a glowing skin like Lizaa Malik? Try these tips


It’s easy to become stubborn about personal care during the lockdown, but Lizaa Malik has not let it come in the way of her glowing skin and lustrous hair. And now, she has shared her beauty secrets with us.
The actress, who will be seen in 'Torbaaz', says, “The most important thing for good skin and hair is a healthy lifestyle and positive mindset. Practise meditation and yoga in the morning. Drink a lot of water and most importantly, have six-eight hours’ sound sleep at night. I make a lot of peels and masks at home. You should know your skin type — oily, dry, or balanced — and use the ones that are suitable for you. You can use aloe vera and evion capsule mask 365 days a year. Apply that paste on your face for 15-20 minutes and wash it off. If you feel any puffiness under your eyes or on your cheeks, use a coffee and honey mask. For dark circles, I use a potato and honey peel. I am using a sunscreen lotion, too. Most people don’t know that we can get a tan staying at home. So, moisturize your skin regularly and stay positive.”

Well, now that Lizaa has given her beauty secrets, what’s stopping you from trying them out?

- Source: timesofindia
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Here's what Tara Sutaria says about her twin sister Pia

Tara Sutaria made her Bollywood debut with Student Of The Year 2 (2019) and quickly followed it up with the romantic action drama, Marjaavaan (2019). While the actress has displayed her dancing skills on screen, she has also expressed a desire to lend her voice to songs. During the lockdown, Tara has been listening to music on the good old record player, which she prefers over MP3 players or music apps. “I enjoy listening to music on my record player while sipping on a cup of tea. I am currently obsessed with American singer Barbra Streisand’s collection,” she says.

Talking about spending her lockdown days with her family, she shares, “I am a bit of a stay-at-home kind of a person and fairly reserved and introvert. I like spending time with my family. Work has kept me busy, but now that I am at home, I am appreciating every bit of the time that I am getting to spend with them.”
Tara admits that she is a foodie and is also using this time to pick up some cooking skills. “Food is of utmost importance in my house,” she reveals, adding, “My twin sister (Pia) and I are absolute foodies. These days, I am learning to cook Parsi dishes. My mom and my Nani are fantastic cooks, so I am trying to learn some quintessential Parsi dishes like Salli Boti from them. I am also cooking Punjabi food. I recently made Jungli Mutton and Chole.”

The actress, who will next be seen in Tadap opposite Suniel Shetty’s son Ahan Shetty, hopes that work resumes soon. “For me, to not work is tough and seems out of the ordinary. I am eager to get back to work now. Though I am not a social animal, I am looking forward to the day when I can spend some time outdoors with my sister or enjoy a meal with my friends.”

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