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7 low priced but good quality beauty products you need to try

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On a low budget? Here are 7 low priced but good quality beauty products you need to try
WRITTEN BY: AFIFA IRFAN SHEIKH
I tried all of these and absolutely loved the results. Few of personal favorite makeup products:

1 – Bourjois velvet rouge edition matte lipsticks

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  • Beautiful high intensity colors. Dries quickly and lasts all day!
  • USD 13.00 | PKR 1300

 

2 – Bourjois d’or blush

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  • I used rose d’or blush and I have to say I LOVED it. The shade is extremely pretty with a hint of shimmer in it. It gives kind of a pink natural glow. A must try.
  • USD 12.00 | PKR 1200

 

3 – Essence Rock’n’doll Crazy XXXL volume

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  • Mascara. This ones for you if you love crazy spider lash look!
  • USD 4.75 | PKR 475

 

4 – Junaid Jamshad Note Luminous Moisturising Foundation13528891_1062422997184752_5870680770915833619_n

  • To be honest, Initially I wasn’t really certain about Junaid Jamshad’s makeup products but then I tried them and they were actually pretty good. Matte Foundation. Amazing coverage. Suitable for all types of skin.
  • USD 14.85 | PKR 1485

5 – E.L.F Studio Baked Highlighter

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  • I used moonlight pearls. Gives you a natural beautiful glow. Perfect for everyday use.
  • USD 8.00 | PKR 795

 

6 – Junaid Jamshad ultra volume mascara

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  • One of my favourite mascaras. Clump-free mascara. Contains almond oil and vitamin E that nourishes the eyelashes and ensures eyelash growth.
  • USD 11.00 | PKR 1085

 

7 – NYX soft matte lip cream

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  • Variety of gorgeous shades available. Rich, creamy texture. Lasts long. I’d say, you should definitely own one of these.
  • USD 10 | PKR 1000

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Karachi ranked among world’s least livable cities

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU,) the research and analysis division division of the Economist Group, has ranked Karachi among the least livable cities in the world.

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KARACHI, Pakistan: The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU,) the research and analysis division of the Economist Group, has ranked Karachi among the least livable cities in the world.

140 cities were ranked in the annual EIU survey on a range of factors, including political and social stability, education, crime, and access to healthcare.

Provincial capital Karachi was only able to top three cities, namely Damascus in Syria, Dhaka in Bangladesh, and Lagos in Nigeria, this year around, taking the 137th slot.

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DATA: ECONOMIST INTELLIGENCE UNIT

According to the EIU report, civil war and terrorism played a “strong role” in determining the worst performing cities.

The cities held the lowest ranks, 11 occupied the very bottom tier of livability, where ratings fell below 50 per cent and most aspects of living were severely restricted.

This is not only because stability indicators had the highest single scores but also because factors defining stability could spread to have an adverse effect on other categories, the EIU observed.

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The [low] rankings of these cities like Damascus, Karachi and Tripoli saw conflict responsible for many of the lowest scores.

Moreover, the survey found Middle East, Africa and Asia scoring the lowest ranks; due to the factors determining stability had adverse effects on other categories too.

The EIU stated that the only cities that had seen a decline in their stability indicators over the past six months were Abu Dhabi (71st) and Dubai (69th) in the United Arab Emirates, Colombo (130th) in Sri Lanka and Warsaw (65th) in Poland.

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Buses showcasing Pakistan’s beauty hit roads of Berlin on Independence Day

The iconic yellow buses of Berlin are carrying Pakistan as a brand on the streets of the city and to commemorate the country’s 71st independence, these vehicles are running under the theme titled ‘Emerging Pakistan’.

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BERLIN, Germany: As Pakistanis celebrate the country’s 71st independence day all over the world, the iconic busses of Berlin got a makeover as well – the busses were see carrying Pakistan as a brand on the streets of the German capital.

“We are endeavouring to showcase beautiful Pakistan, [which is] perhaps the best-kept secret in the world of tourism,” Pakistan’s ambassador to Germany, Jauhar Saleem, told Pakistani media outlet Geo News.

The initiative is part of celebrations planned by the Embassy of Pakistan in Berlin for the 71st Independence Anniversary of Pakistan this year.

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Bus in Berlin. Photo: Irfan Aftab

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The buses have photos of Pakistan’s highest peaks, majestic landscapes, football that was made in Pakistan and played with in the FIFA World Cup 2018 and monuments representing the country’s magnificent architecture and diverse culture.

Berlin is full of tourists, especially during summer, who will get to see the buses daily.

The banners on the buses in Berlin aim to attract foreign tourists to Pakistan which remains unexplored by many.

For many Europeans, the northern areas of Pakistan offer a promising adventure, but the ancient civilisation of Moen-jo-Daro (mound of the dead) has also fascinated German archaeologists and researchers.

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Indus Motor to introduce Toyota Rush in Pakistan soon

Indus Motor Company (IMC) will import completely built units (CBU) of Toyota Rush from next month as it aims to capture the price segment between its Corolla and Fortuner vehicles amid increasing competition from green- and brown-field beneficiaries.

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KARACHI, Pakistan: The Indus Motor Company (IMC) has announced that it will start importing completely built units of Toyota Rush from next month.

Toyota dealers in Karachi confirmed that the company will launch the model next month. They expect the price to be between Rs3.8 million and Rs4.8 million.

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Mohammad Aziz, a dealer of used imported cars, told Pakistani media outlet Express Tribune that Toyota previously tested the market with the Hybrid Prius but the experiment failed.

“The new imported Prius was priced at Rs4.5 million while a couple of years old imported Prius was selling at half the price in the markey. One could literally have bought two cars in the price of new Prius,” he said.

Another dealer, Syed Anjum, said it would be plain stupidity of a person to buy a new Rush when they can buy 2013 Rush model for half the price.

However, he added that the market reaction would only be known once the car is officially launched next month.

Research analyst Farheen Irfan believes that the company has taken the initiative in order to maintain its market share when several new OEMs like Kia, Hyundai and Changan have prepared to tap Pakistan’s auto industry.

“Moreover, there’s a big gap between Toyota’s main brands. The company could have also thought to increase its presence at a segment in between them to cater to a larger market amid increasing competition,” she said.

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However, she believes that under the present macroeconomic variables, no existing auto manufacturing company would think of starting another assembly plant in the country.

“This cannot be considered as a precursor that Toyota might establish an assembly plant for Rush in the future even if this experiment of selling CBUs is successful.”

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