Vitamin C is my magical ingredient: Sapna Pabbi

Updated on Apr 11, 2019 03:54 PM IST

Sapna Pabbi spoke to us about fashion, food and more.

Sapna Pabbi ha done TV shows, movies and now a web series.(Sapna Pabbi Instagram)
Sapna Pabbi ha done TV shows, movies and now a web series.(Sapna Pabbi Instagram)
Hindustan Times, Delhi | By

Actor Sapna Pabbi was studying finance in London when she first started modelling. However, acting came to her by luck. Paving her way through, the actor did TV shows, movies and now a web series – not afraid to act in any. As we spoke to her, she was enthusiastic, chirpy and humble. Here’s what she had to say about fashion, food and more.

What’s your favourite fashion piece?

I love ripped washed-out denims. They are casual and look, effortlessly, chic. I love the ones in which the knee falls out, it makes space for one to move and is comfortable. Usually, I like teaming it with a checkered shirt and boots.

A fashion trend you are obsessed with

Ripped denims! One can team it with anything and everything – a printed T-shirt, a vest or even a shirt.

Your fashion icon…

Kate Moss. I love the way she keeps her looks simple but adds an element of edginess. She carries everything very effortlessly and doesn’t go overboard ever.

Is following a diet a crucial part of your fitness?

I’m a foodie but I believe in organic and homegrown food. We had a garden where we grew fresh vegetables. My father is a chef, and I get it from him. If not acting, I would start something in food which would be all homegrown. I make mayonnaise, dough and everything. The taste of fresh food is very different from packaged food. Everyone should opt for this. Also, as a part of my daily chores, I start my day with black coffee, ghee or coconut oil. This flushes out toxins from your body and detoxifies it. Ghee is a very important ingredient that our body needs. I love a bowl of fruits a day. Talking about workout, I do Pilates and can’t live without it.

I would suggest not to pressurise your body when it comes to working out. It’s not about looking great but about feeling good, nothing can make you look good other than the twinkle in your eyes. I also recommend stretching for a flexible body.

How do you take care of your skin?

The toughest part for me is acne. Stress affects your skin the most and acne is a result of it. So, to control acne, I apply vitamin C. I go for vitamin C facials or use cleansers with them. Moisturising and cleansing are two steps to glowing skin.

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    Prerna Gauba writes on fashion and food, for the daily Entertainment & Lifestyle supplement, HT City.

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