Deepali

Chugh

Kulsum

Malik

Ritu

Deswal

Dushyant

Singh

Deepali Chugh, director and owner of Sizzlin Scizzors, says, "We are commemorating 'she empowers week' from March 1 to 10, in which we will have a plethora of services for the women. In addition to totally free examination for hair issues, women can also obtain flat 50 % discount rate on any hair or beauty treatment like body wrap, manicure, pedicure, and so on".

Kulsum Malik, beauty expert and owner of Kaya Kalp, says, "We desire women to feel unique not simply for a day or a week, but for the entire month. We are celebrating women's month at all our outlets with special pack ages, special presents obstruct and 25 % discount on all beauty and hair treatments. The expense of the packages begins with simply Rs500.".

Ritu Deswal, owner of Style N Scissors, states, "All of our outlets in the city have actually come up with a' get rewarded ' offer. This will have discounts on beauty services for women till March 11. We'll have complimentary grooming sessions, makeup workshops and complimentary assessment by skin doctors and skin experts. There will be a flat 25 % .

Owner of food joint On the House at CScheme, Dushyant Singh, says, "All our women visitors will be offered complimentary desserts." Chef Arjun Singh of Restaurant LazyMojo, says, "We will provide 20 % discount with complimentary mock tails for women. The outlet will be specifically decorated to offer a great feel to the female guests." Vaishali Nagar will offer a 30 %.

Artist challenges beauty stigmas that women face for Women`s History Month celebration

Cal State Fullerton graduate Juliana Rico provided a presentation Wednesday in the WoMen`s Center titled, What is Social Stigma Attached to a Lady Who Never Breaks a Sweat? Where she addressed her art series facing issues women deal with for Women s History Month.

Rico, who made her Master of Fine Arts in creative photography at CSUF, discussed her use of mixed media to produce art that confronts taboo topics for women in modern-day society such as sweat, stretch marks and loss of hair.

I make work that`s about identity and about myself mostly because I feel like that`s among the things that I can type of sit with and check out the most, Rico stated.

Rico uses photography, very first or third-person video, photograms and watercolor paper hand-stitched with thread to create her art.

Among her collections is a series of close-up photos of different parts of her own body covered in sweat after a long term.

The images express a sense of vulnerability, but are also a defiant forecast of something that society so often attempts to conceal, Rico said.

Among the things that I attempt to do is to let myself be susceptible, which is truly difficult but in order for my artwork to be effective, that`s among the things that needs to happen, Rico stated.

She likewise records the runs and the rituals she carries out before and after exercise. 30-day series of film clips play on a loop to demonstrate the laborious, repeated nature of the regimen that tends to be disregarded, regardless of the huge amount of time it takes up in the life of an average individual, Rico stated.

It`s vital not to be embarrassed by something natural and something everybody experiences, stated Rosalina Camacho, organizer of the Women’s Center. The number of us has stretch marks? How many of us look like that after we run?

Rico`s series also focuses on insomnia and hair loss that she suffered as an outcome of the six-month period where she discovered herself not able to rest through the night.

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