Another Pakistani Boutique had just opened, the TIMA FASHION GALERIA. It is located at Villa 28 Jumeirah Beach Road. This just proves that Pakistani women's dresses have been gaining popularity among Emirati women. Further, many Emirati women are adopting Pakistani patterns on their dresses, according to Ms. Shabnam Naz.
"Fashion is something that you adopt. Style is inborn. Style is the personal touch you give to whatever you adopt. Without a good sense of style - or when lacking personal touch - the best of fashion can come across as boring". -- Naz
“My beauty rule is to wear sunscreen every day and then, if I really want to blow the doors off a PTA meeting, I'll put on some Lancôme Hypnôse Precious Cells Mascara and curl my eyelashes. And some lip-gloss, of course.” – Julia Roberts
“I tend to use two different shades of foundation, because your face is never all one colour. The upper part is often slightly darker. I love Lancôme Teint Miracle foundation. It's unbelievable because you can use a really thin layer to begin with, and you can layer it up if you want to. It blends so easily; it's absolutely brilliant”. – Kate Winslet
“I do not wear a lot of make-up in the daytime. I use daytime skincare products such as creams and serums - my favorite is Lancôme's Visionnaire serum. I also put on a little bit of blush, lipstick and some mascara, but not a lot more. I wear make-up in the evening when I am going to a première or something like that. I like wearing strong eye shadow in brown or black”. – Penelope Cruz
“Lipstick is my lifesaver! I always keep a nude or brown shade - I like L'Oréal's Colour Riche. It instantly pulls my look together and adds a glamorous finishing touch during the day or night”.– Eva Longoria
“I always cleanse and tone, and put serum and moisturizer on, followed by sunscreen. I live in Los Angeles so I do it every single day. Then a spritz of Yves Saint Laurent's Opium. And then every night, no matter if I've been out with my friends, or if it's late, I always take my make-up off. I actually can't sleep if I've got make-up on; I feel really weird. So I cleanse, tone and moisturize again before I go to bed. It's something my mum taught me”. – Emily Blunt
“I love fragrance but day to day a perfume is not always necessary. If I'm wearing a strong body lotion or a nice hair oil, I won't kill it with tons of perfume. I always wear some kind of blusher or bronzer, without fail. I like Dolce & Gabbana's Glow Bronzing Powder in Desert. It gives me colour without having to sit in the sun and ruin my skin. I put it on my eyelids, too. ”. – Scarlett Johansson
Hey loveys! As promised, meet our first featured member...Chona Nocido! She is almost thirty (age is not important) J and works for a Real Estate company in Dubai.
Addicated to fashion like all of us! Chona is a fan of Anne Curtis (Filipino Artist) and Kim Kardashian (the highest paid reality star). She completely follows the two icons when it comes to matters related to fashion.
"Being a fashionista doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to invest in expensive branded clothes, bags, accessories and make-ups. It’s you who really brings out the best no matter what you're wearing as long as you’re comfortable and know how to carry yourself with confidence." - Chona
Here is what Chona was wearing yesterday...we will be uploading pictures of Chona for the next couple of days . Stay tuned!
Dubai-based designer Huda al Nuaimi founded Malaak, her high-fashion label, after recognising a need for abayas that uphold the values and purpose of the garment while also offering style.
She introduces embellishments to traditional design.
Abayas can be both stylish and conservative.
It is possible to design an Abaya with the latest fashion elements and still respect the garment’s tradition.
The Abaya design is modified with elements such as shoulder pads to make it more fashionable.
High-fashion designs will help to make the Abaya popular all over the world.
"It has gained interest from women who are not wearing the abaya for tradition or for religious reasons, but would like to wear the garments as evening attire". - Huda al Nuaimi, Fashion Designer
Step 1: Prime your eyelids. Use either a professional primer or cream eyeshadow to form a base for the liquid eyeliner to stick to. Dust translucent powder on top.
Step2: Apply eyeshadow if you will be wearing any. Don't worry about getting liquid eyeliner on the eyeshadow, it will easily come off.
Step 3: Steady your hand on a table. Tilt your head back slightly, and draw your eyelid taut with your non-dominant hand.
Step 4: Draw small dashes or dots of liquid eyeliner as close to your eyelashes as possible. It does not matter if these are even and steady or not, you will be going over them later.
Step 5: Go over the dashes in one continuous line. Try to apply it lightly along the inner corner, and gradually applying pressure for a thicker line as you work your way to the outer corner.
Step 6: Fix any mistakes. Use a cotton swab/bud barely dipped in eye makeup remover and gently press and twist the cotton swab/bud on spots. Wait a few moments for it to dry, and gently blend your eyeshadow back into place.
Step 7: Apply mascara.
Here's some nail arts to play with...
A new Dubai based fashion label.. Designed to STAND OUT! From Chains to Studs…Lace to Pearls...Monochrome to Color Blocking. Zanajeel is all about bold edgy designs!
Just yesterday (23 September 2012), one of our members, the so-pretty-lady "Marianne" celebrated her 24th birthday and FashionFunMe was there to join the FUN.
So...watch out loveys! You're party might be the next one we will be having FUN with!!!
Thank you Marianne for inviting FashionFunMe!!!
Congratulations CHAZA NEZHA!!!