'I thought it was a really great way of trying out the range of products available,' she said.
'Although you don’t get the chance to feel how the products work on your skin and how they apply as you would in a shop, you certainly get a good idea of the looks you can achieve with them.' ‘While it was definitely a bit of fun trying out the different looks, the app seemed to put the make-up over my left eye a lot for some reason, despite trying to “calibrate” a number of times,' Karishma said.
A few rules usually hold true in fiction: If a woman cheats, her paramour just scored a victory over her cuckolded husband, who is now permanently dishonored.
Bisexuals are portrayed as incapable of faithfulness or have merely informed sexuality, and men are more prone to having affairs than women (and often portrayed as The Unfair Sex too when it comes to cheating).Most of us recognize this type of plot: Bob is married to Alice.