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Shailja Mittal, Creative Head at Zapyle.com, an online marketplace for luxury and premium fashion, listed few trends:

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Electric orange lips and magenta stains are rocking this season contrasting with neutral colour outfits and even prints. Pixabay
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Ditch safe colours and experiment with your lipshade palette. Stock your vanity with metallic, electric orange and bold red shades, suggest experts.

Shailja Mittal, Creative Head at Zapyle.com, an online marketplace for luxury and premium fashion, listed few trends:

* As fall is around the corner, the major lipstick trend would be metallics. The trick is to downplay with one out of eyes and lips. If going for bold berry lips, a stroke of silver eyeliner would complete the look and keep up with the international trends.

* For a sultry look go for taupes and greys.

* The 1990s are not yet to take a backseat, so go will with good gold glittery lips and good amount of highlighter.

* With the colour red making it to list of one if the major colour trends of Autumn/Winter 2017, flaunt red lips with bold black eyeliner.

* Red, gold and taupe metallic, nude gloss and berry shades are a must in a vanity.

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Red, gold and taupe metallic, nude gloss and berry shades are a must in a vanity. Pixabay

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Inputs by Aakriti Kochar, make-up and hair expert at Oriflame, a leading Swedish skincare and cosmetic brand:

* Electric orange lips and magenta stains are rocking this season contrasting with neutral colour outfits and even prints.

* Frosty lip glosses is silver, bronze on neutral lips to add a hint of glamour to the simple summer look.

Also Read: Lipstick Guide for Dusky Beauties

On social media and ramps, glitter lips have made the biggest statement this season. No one would relate glitter to summers but this year has definitely proven that wrong.

* Metallic lip shades take us back to the rock and roll era and has become a hot favourite this spring season. Wear it wisely. Keep the look minimalistic for this one. (Bollywood Country)

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An Orange a Day can Keep You Away From Age-related Vision Loss

Age is the strongest known risk factor and the disease is more likely to occur after the age of 50. There is currently no cure for the disease

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The effect may be due to flavonoids present in oranges that help prevent vision loss.
The effect may be due to flavonoids present in oranges that help prevent vision loss. Pixabay

If you want to prevent losing your vision as you age and keep your eyes healthy, eat oranges daily, says a study led by an Indian origin researcher.

Macular degeneration is a condition associated with old age that causes vision loss at the centre of the field of vision.

The results showed that people who ate at least one serving of oranges every day had more than 60 per cent reduced risk of developing late macular degeneration 15 years later.

The effect may be due to flavonoids present in oranges that help prevent vision loss.

Flavonoids are powerful antioxidants found in almost all fruits and vegetables, and they have important anti-inflammatory benefits for the immune system.

Having an orange once in a week may also  prevent age-related vision loss.
Having an orange once in a week may also prevent age-related vision loss. Pixabay

“Essentially we found that people who eat at least one serve of orange every day have a reduced risk of developing macular degeneration compared with people who never eat oranges,” said lead researcher Bamini Gopinath from the University of Sydney.

“Even eating an orange once a week seems to offer significant benefits,” she added.

For the study, published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the team interviewed more than 2,000 people aged over 50 and followed them over a period of 15 years.

Also Read: An Orange a Day May Ward off Stroke Risk

Gopinath explained that previously most of the researches had focused on the effects of common nutrients such as Vitamins C, E and A on the eyes.

The team also looked at other flavonoid containing foods like tea, apple, red wine. However they did not find any relation between other sources and protection of eyes against the disease.

Age is the strongest known risk factor and the disease is more likely to occur after the age of 50. There is currently no cure for the disease. (IANS)