"Having your own brand requires a lot of guts. I would love to do it someday...launch my own accessories or clothes brand," Alia said in a telephonic interview from Mumbai. She said that her own brand value has to be that accessible for her fashion label to work.

"I will work on it every time I get an opportunity," she added. Bright colours being in vogue during winter, Alia says that these shades have entered every sphere of fashion, not just clothes.

"Right now the play of colours is in. It is happening everywhere, clothes and even umbrellas. The easiest way to play with colours is on your nails," said Alia, who recently launched a new range of nail paints, Color Show, by Maybelline.

"Being a youngster basically means not limiting yourself to a particular colour or range. Just go all out," she added. Fashion also means glowing skin. Spending time in front of the camera and applying heavy make-ups do take a toll on actors' skin.

"We use a lot of make-up and products, which does tire the skin. On a non-shooting day, I don't wear any base or make-up," she said. "Also, I just wash my face thrice a day. And do the usual things. I love drinking a lot of water, which always helps. Then I eat vitamins for my skin, hair and nails," added the actress whose upcoming films are "Highway" and "2 States".


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