The actress, in the beginning who faced criticism for her appearances even after winning the Miss Teen tag in her career, says she’s not bothered by what people think about her. But she loves to charm with her own style all around.
Miss Teen Northeast Mahika Sharma, talks how we can look good in winter. She believes, “Winter is the coldest and yet the most beautiful season to look hot and be sexy. Winter is the time when the days are short and nights become very long and it is also the time when most of us enjoy a holiday travel with family and friends, enjoy weddings or just curling up in bed with a favorite book and a piping hot cuppa or with a bowl of noodles! Perhaps some people won’t agree with this, because winter is also the time that aggravates medical conditions like arthritis and the freezing winter wind can turn our skin and hair dry, and render the scalp itchy. Even young guys face their finals as per acadmic is concerned.”
The actress shares the mantra to adopt a healthy skin and look good in winter. She further adds, “Moisturizing our skin several times in a day using various body oils or lotion products containing avocado oil, primrose oil, almond oil, tea tree oil, mineral oil or glycerin daily to reduce the dryness on our skin gives us healthy skin during winters apart from it we should drink lots of water. Every one of us looks forward making ourself look beautiful even during the cold winter season. We should choose make up colors that are suitable for winter season like anything in dark shade and keep our eyes dark black shaded.”
“There should not be too much pressure on us to look good everytime, behaving good works. Even to indicate the faults of your looks now and then it is wrong. Even after facing negative feedback around, still not bothered by what people think about my looks. I believe my parents look great so I am. You have to take a stand for that nor change yourself. I am comfortable with it myself to know what people talk about me. I don’t exactly make myself fool anymore. I can’t be bothered about everybody’s opinion or no one should be,” Mahika concludes.