Apps, apps, apps… these days there are apps for everything. Well, almost everything.

So, you should try this app. Why? Read on.

Roger is a voice-messaging tool to send an audio message. Yes, only audio.

And why only audio?

According to Ricardo Vice Santos, founder of Roger, sending voice messages is also more intimate than texting. Text messages seemed impersonal. Roger bridges the gap, allowing for messages that still convey real warmth.

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These past few weeks saw me testing L’Oréal Paris’s new ‘Revitalift Volume Filler’ Range. All I can now say is that I already look twenty years younger. People initially believed that I had suddenly transformed into a health freak and that that was the secret to my glowing, youthful appearance. So, when I finally did reveal my secret, they were speechless and already running to their nearest L’Oréal store.

Something about this Revitalift Filler Range made me want to test it out. Was it the promises this product made, or the beautiful packaging, or the advanced use of ingredients ? I have no idea, but I am truly glad that I gave it a chance.

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They say that in India only two things sells – Bollywood and Cricket. And the love affair between them is eternal. So when Bollywood celebrities started launching their own line of  lifestyle brands, it was only a matter of time for the cricketers to do the same.

And boy, they followed their starry compatriots in earnest. A slew of  different brand launches by different cricketers. And our ‘captain cool’ MS Dhoni too decided to join the band wagon.

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O.K. You finally confess that you are an avid pet lover. Many of us have different ways of treating and indulging our pets – buying them fancy dresses, treating them with foods of every available flavors, taking them for grooming and spa sessions, buying them toys and even attend pet social gatherings.

But have you given any thought about your pet house or do you even own one for your pet?

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India is a country that is rich in its History, Art , Culture and Tradition.

It is a land of religions, with diverse culture and languages, where religion keeps changing after every few kilometers.

In the same manner, we also come across a large number and different kinds of superstitions. They are in no way, related to any religion, yet they are directly or indirectly influenced by these factors.

Being an Indian, superstitions are myths that we grew up with, that have continuously or subconsciously over powered our mind in such a manner that we get carried away by them where our mind tends to follow it as a daily deed, without giving it any different behavior.

These norms take place in our day to day life where we face different situations regularly.

As a part of our daily chore, they don’t affect us, but for the people who observe us do feel a change in our behavior when we are being influenced by these factors that have come over generations from our forefathers..

Lets take a look at some of the belifes that we follow:

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They are the newest celebrity power couple of bollywood.

Ranveer Singh officially announced his relationship with Deepika Padukone at Filmfare Awards 2016.

Their on-screen chemistry is adorable and their off screen PDA break all records of cuteness. And if rumors are to be believed, the couples are all set to exchange rings very soon.

We surely can’t wait for the big day.

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Congratulations on your new healthy diet. You have cut carbs and you believe that everyone should know how important it is to eat fruits and vegetables, but we really wish you would stop talking about it all the time.

Food rules, the way to enter a man’s heart is through his stomach only, little rivals the pleasure of tearing into that mouth watering lasagna. Conversely, nothing murders the moment faster that watching some dude dismantle their own lasagna, peel off the melted cheese, blow off the ketchup explaining loudly to ll gathered that today he needs to go for the protein style diet since today is not his ” cheat day “.
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We always talk about Women’s fashion, The new colors for this season or that sexy pair of Louboutin’s complimenting that glamorous black dress.

Gentlemen, it’s time to have a talk about your shoes.

There is nothing that will make you look more stylish and give you a confidence boost like a nice pair of shoes.

What you have on your feet can make or break any look. It doesn’t matter if you have the most amazing suit in the world, if you have bad shoes, it definately does matter, you don’t want women rejecting you because of that hideous pair of shoes.

Shoes are staple for business or for that hot date,or even when you go to the gym, nothing will make you look more successful or sexy.

Get yourself a pair of high-quality shoes and you will get all the compliments from those stunning women.

Different types of men’s shoe soles:

They are a classic version of lace-ups, with a shiny or matte finish.
They are oxfords with an added layer of leather on the cap.
Reminiscent of oxfords, but with performed design detail. Also known as medallions when the perforations are located on just the toe.
They are essentially brogues with perforations that extend from the toe backwards along the sides of the shoe, making the shape of wings.
Chukka Boots
Slim, ankle- length boots, usually in calfskin or suede, with a slight heel and no more than 2-3 eyelets for lacing.
Chelsea Boots
Ankle-length boots with a roundish toecap and flat heel. They are malleable on either side is one of their distinguishing feature.
Slip-ons bereft of laces or buckles, with wide and flat heels. Loafers with tassels or a strap across the upper portion of the shoe are called penny loafers.
Also without laces, monkstraps have a metallic buckle and a leather strap on the upper section of the shoe.
Soft- loafers with the sole and sides made of one piece of leather, stitched together at the top. They don't have a distinct heel.
Buck Shoes
Casual oxford shoes with a pronounced round toe, usually crafted in buckskin or suede.

So, What’s your Shoe Style? Leave your comments in the box below.

Written by : Hina Mehra