Simply Indian Collections Adelaide
Simply Indian Collections Adelaide
- Handicrafts and Home decorations from different parts of India.
- Cotton Skirts, Pants, Wraparounds,Scarf etc..
- Fashion Jewelery.
- Brass/Aluminium items.
- Traditional make-up items like Bindi, Maang-tikka, Bangles, Silver Nose pins, Armlets, Anklets etc.
- Camel leather footwear.
- Copper Utensils.
- Tradition Indian dress like Kurta Pyjama(2 pc costume for Men), Lehanga Choli(3 pc costume for Women), Saree etc.
- Henna tattoo :$5 onwards(Depending on design and size)
- Henna therapy for hair :$30
- Indian Facial :$30 (Includes Cleansing,Scrubbing,Steaming,Face pack,Face-Massage)
- Eyebrow threading :$10 + $5(upper lips), Full face- $25
- Party Make-up :$25
Bollywood Theme Party
Throw the Hottest Bollywood Theme Party in Town
Planning a party and want it to stand out (for all the right reasons) in the minds of all who attend it? Look no further! A Bollywood theme party is the way to go. Serious fun in an unusual sort of way, your guests will be talking about it for months after you’ve thrown this bash! To make the party really fun, ask friends to come dressed as their favorite Bollywood star! If they don’t have a favorite, ask them to come dressed in Indian costume anyway..
What is Bollywood?
For the uninitiated, Bollywood is India’s equivalent of Hollywood. The only difference is it churns out lots more movies than Hollywood every year and they’re all in Hindi! The ‘B’ in Bollywood is for Bombay (which is what Mumbai used to be called), the home of Bollywood!
Cotton Skirts, Traditional Handmade bags, Traditional Bangles, Cotton Kurta
Eyebrow Threading (Epilation)
Threading is an ancient method of hair removal originating in the Eastern world. In more recent times it has gained popularity in Western countries.
Eyebrow threading involves twisting a piece of thread, usually cotton, into a double strand. This double stranded thread is used to pick up a line of hair and then remove it at the follicle level. creating a very clean, precise hairline. Unlike tweezing, where single hairs are pulled out one at a time, threading can remove an entire row of hair, resulting in a straighter line. Eyebrow threading is the technique preferred by Indian movie stars, who are often distinguished by their crisp brow lines.
Henna tattoos, also known as Mehndi, is another form of temporary tattoo. Coming from a south Asian tradition, henna uses a paste made from the powdered leaves of the Henna plant, Lawsonia inermis. Its active dye, Lawsone, binds with the keratin in skin, fingernails, and hair. Traditional henna is drawn in delicate patterns on the hands and feet, but modern henna is applied in all sorts of designs anywhere on the body. Unlike other forms of temporary tattoos, henna does not allow for a full range of colors but only shades of reds, browns, and near-blacks. The paste is applied and left on the skin for several hours to stain. The stain will gradually fade away as the skin sheds. Henna tattoos can last days to over a month depending on application and aftercare.However, caution should be taken as many products labeled black henna are misleading. Fast-staining “black henna” can contain para-phenylenediamine (PPD) which can cause allergic reactions and scarring.
One of the joys of womanhood is taking the time to pamper ourselves so we can face each new day looking and feeling our best. Our skin is our largest organ, performing several functions, including protecting us from invasion by foreign substances and serving as the transfer point for the release of toxins from our bodies. The skin provides an honest mirror of our inner health and well-being. It is thus especially important to use only natural, gentle ingredients on our skin whenever possible. Application to the skin of fresh, natural products such as essential oils, plant waters (also called “hydrosols”) and cold pressed unscented oils helps maintain a youthful, glowing complexion. Essential oils and hydrosols are the fragrant liquids that are distilled from different plant parts, such as flower petals; herbs leaves and tree barks, and are fundamental components of any solid, natural skin care regime. Cold pressed unscented oils are extracted from various fruits, nuts and seeds, and include olive oil, sweet almond oil, avocado oil and jojoba oil. Used in tandem, essential oils, hydrosols and cold pressed unscented oils work together to soothe and nourish the skin, encouraging a healthful, radiant complexion. Facials are deep skin treatments that cleanse, rehydrate and rejuvenate the skin, apart from minimizing skin blemishes, acne, dry skin and, of course, wrinkles. Facials vary depending on your skin type, the kind of treatment you’ve chosen, the products used and the person’s age. However, it is advisable to start having facials in your late 20’s.
Henna Therapy for Hair
Whether your are using henna for hair or skin it is a powerful dye with conditioning properties. In addition to being used to dye hair, henna is a hair growth remedy; it has many properties that benefit natural hair. When henna is applied it puts a protective coating on the hair. Most people find that their strands are thicker and stronger. Here I am referring to pure henna, many products that are labeled “henna hair color” are actually full of chemicals that can damage the hair.We use only the original(purely herbal) Henna paste which will give you red, brown and near black colour. We don’t use “Black Henna” as it contains chemicals and can be harmful for your hair and skin.
About Simply Indian Collections Adelaide
Simply Indian Collections is a place that imbibes the richness and beauty of Indian products and gives you an opportunity to own the same or send someone a memorable gift.Our dictum is to deliver you the finest Indian merchandise without compromising on quality. Your satisfaction is important to us and we are aware that you have other choices to shop. We recognize the need to give you a world-class service with top-notch standards that meet your expectations. We realized that Indian handicrafts across the world drew lot of attention and appreciation for their traditionality, aestheticity and authenticity. However, there was a gap in the supply of the genuine, traditional Indian handicraft products in the Australian market. We took up the project “Simply Indian Collections” to provide the appreciators of Indian art an outlet from where they could purchase ethnic Indian handicraft products executed in traditional techniques, designs and colors. The idea was to make ethnic Indian products accessible across the globe with a simple click on a mouse. Besides commercial interest, the genuine desire to promote Indian handicrafts, and create sustainable environment for the craftsmen and artists, guided us in our endeavor. Today, we have emerged as one of the credible names in providing exquisite Indian handicraft products in Australia. Most of craft products displayed on our site are directly procured from the craftsmen. The idea is to improve their compensation by doing away with the middlemen and also ensure that you receive the product at a reasonable price.
Mesmerizing Handicrafts Direct from Artisans Located in Rural India
Simply Indian Collections, with a distinctive motive of promoting Indian arts of handcrafting, brings the incredible handicrafts from different Indian villages at one place. The company enjoys the status of being an importer of handicrafts from India. The handicraft categories with the company include products made using eco-friendly materials and some of the most astonishing techniques. The launch of the company’s official website has helped it to maintain a stronger foothold at the international level.
Mind behind the Company
Simply Indian Collections is not less than a dream come true for its owners Sanjay & Simmy. After being in the corporate sector for more than two decades, Sanjay & Simmy decided to devote time to their love for the Indian handicrafts. A travel enthusiast, Sanjay and a creative mind Simmy got some wonderful opportunities to closely explore the amazing arts and traditions of handicraft making in rural India. Simply Indian Collections was born in Adelaide, South Australia in Jan 2010 and is serving the South Australian community since then..
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