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INNER CIRCLE There's nothing quite like a gang of girls
INNER CIRCLE There's nothing quite like a gang of girls

Now, a website exclusively for girls

Pining together for that perfect pair of shoes, collective knees going weak over hot football heroes, stifling those sniffles in the middle of Casablanca... Or to get away from all stereotypes, may be even a heated debate on what really is women's empowerment. That's what girl bonding is all about. It's as much about posing together with purple face packs as it is about lending a shoulder in an hour of need. There's something special about the time a girl spends with her girlfriends. Sunsilk is giving Indian girls space to do just that. In a move to enable girls across the world to connect with one another, Sunsilk has launched India's first online all-girl community called Sunsilk Gang Of Girls, http//www.sunsilkgangofgirls.com. Interesting features include the Makeover Machine that lets girls upload their photographs and give themselves an online makeover. The Gang Blogs section lends the girls space to express themselves, share gyaan with their gang members. Gang Wars is a girls-versus-girls zone where girls chuck their dolls and sharpen their claws to engage in battles of spunk and wit. The site also features useful segments like Hot Jobs that offer info on the coolest jobs in the market for young women, and Parade Ground, the ideal platform for girls to showcase their latent talent. A peek at the activities lined up by Sunsilk in the coming months reveals holidays abroad, camping trips across the country, treasure hunts, makeovers with Jawed Habib and contests with big prizes.

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