My Complicated Relationship With Makeup As An Indian Woman — Discover

Dipsika Thakur writes about makeup, the myth of “empowerment,” and tradition: “The daily ritual of Lacto Calamine, Pond’s powder, and sindoor was my introduction to makeup—makeup as obeisance, as conjugal duty, and as habit.”

via My Complicated Relationship With Makeup As An Indian Woman — Discover

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