What Therapy hosted an early celebration of the festive season in the beautiful space of Pure Tincture. With organic champagne from Eiffel Markets and raw savouries and sweets from Rawlicious, it was all laughter and bubbles. A light-hearted affair.
Aditi Bakshi demo’d three different makeup looks, on three different skin tones, with a palette of natural products from Pure Tincture, thanks to our models Pinky, Katie, and Helen (the owner of Pure Tincture).
ADITI BAKSHI is an aesthetician trained at Woman’s World International run by the Indian herbal empress Shahnaz Husain. Her services include facials and makeup, artistry, and styling. A firm believer of natural products, Aditi uses recipes such as organic creams with a dose of fruit or vegetable pulp and aroma oil, remedies she shares with her clients. After her Masters in Comparative Literature, Aditi decided to follow her passion to help women understand their true beauty, both inner and outer. She feels “beauty is all about awareness” and nature has given us all the essential tools to enhance it.
SHARON of RAWLICIOUS is a raw chef who focuses on delicious raw, vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free living cuisine. With a goal to introduce delicious, nutritious, and easily prepared food, Sharon offers raw food private and public classes, restaurant consultation, and events for private functions, children, and corporate.
EIFFEL MARKETS is a boutique business started by a couple of French residents of Singapore who wanted to enjoy good wines that are well-priced. Hailing from the Rhone Valley, the founders knew the great winemakers personally and the result is a good working relationship. Eiffel Markets imports French organic, natural, and biodynamic wines from small artisanal, family wineries which work with principles that respect the environment. You can see the variety and order from the What Therapy MarketPlace.