Akhi Alamgir has very sensitive skin and due to the nature of her work she needs to take extra care of her skin to keep it healthy and blemish free. After a day of shoot, she comes back home and removes all the makeup using Johnson's Baby Oil. Then she uses the Clinique Liquid Facial Soap to cleanse her skin further and uses the toner and moisturizing gel from the same range. In the morning, before going out she follows the same routine however, she adds one more product to her regime which is a sun block cream. Although, she tries to avoid direct sunlight as much as possible, she makes sure to use a sun block whenever she goes out during the day. Akhi likes to experiment with her hair a lot and often colors it and tries out new haircuts. And this is why she needs to take very good care of it as well. She makes sure to apply coconut oil to her hair every night to keep her hair soft and shiny and help it regain the lost moisture due to all the styling and coloring. She also washes her hair with shampoo every night and then conditions it after coming back home as it keeps her hair clean and healthy. When going out to run errands, Akhi tries to use very minimal makeup.
Akhi Alamgir is a Bangladeshi singer and actor. Alamgir debuted singing playback in Alamgir emceed a reality television show Power Voice. Alamgir returned to acting as an adult through a television drama serial in mid From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Akhi Alamgir. Alamgir father. The Daily Star. Retrieved Government of Bangladesh in Bengali.
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