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Published on May 16, 2014
Around the World Beauty Traveler Stephanie Flor travels to Little India in NYC. She learns about Indian beauty secrets like threading, henna, and cultural beauty traditions. To learn more visit www.aroundtheworldbeauty.com
Little India- Gramercy is known for its East-Side vibe and is home to one of the biggest Yogi gems in all of New York. Ever wonder how Indian women create that sultry eye appeal? It's the magical effect of Kajal and its sold in mini stores starting from 23rd to about 29th street up Lexington, You'll find henna, bindis and all things Indian Beauty. Kajal (known as eye kohl) is the blackest eyeliner on the market. Be sure to find a natural formula; it's the safest to try and FDA approved. Also grab a handful of bindis ( a decorative mark worn in the middle of the forehead by Indian women) . They come in all sizes, colors and are perfect for a night when you want to tap into your inner goddess.