Minimalism in essence means to focus on things that truly matter and let go of everything else.
The minimal makeup look first came to limelight about 5 years ago and has slowly but surely changed the whole makeup game ever since. Layers of heavy base makeup followed by over-the-top eye makeup and lipstick are a thing of the past now and boy, are we glad! With the summer heat reaching record highs, the barely-there makeup of 2023 is saving us from risking patchy and textured skin while eliminating the need for touch-ups every few hours.
A home's dining room is where family and friends gather to enjoy good times and warm spirits over a meal prepared with care. A dining room decorated in a minimalist style makes for an uncluttered setting in which it is more fun to share meals with loved ones. When family mealtimes at home increase, everyone will appreciate the sleek, understated pieces of dining furniture.
A Hollywood legend, Monroe passed away at the age of 36 in 1962. Sixty years on, our interest and fascination with her life is at an all-time high. In the age of viral TikToks and Instagram stories that disappear in 24 hours, we are constantly bombarded with endless content, Marilyn Monroe has held her own like the superstar she will always be. Glamorous and sensuous, her on-screen persona is iconic in its own right.
Minimalism is a trend that has persisted through many changing years and yet, and one that is rarely seen in kitchens, especially Bangladeshi kitchens. And while yes, having all those spice bottles, oils, plates and bowls might be useful to a certain degree, it does make the kitchen look cluttered and hinder the flow of cooking. So, how does one start on the minimalistic kitchen of their dreams?
A lot of us women love to be adorned in jewellery, but wearing too many and too big pieces can make an outfit perplexing. People who love simple and clean style, believe in dainty, versatile, and effortless jewellery, which enhances a woman’s overall look by adding subtle details. In short, you can never go wrong with minimalist jewellery, where the design focus is on the concept of “less is more.”