Khaleejia said: To have long shining and strong hair is old Gulf tradition for women.
since Girls are born they having their oils and henna treatment . One friend of mine has got a newborn baby girl and she is very worried for her daughter’s hair as it is very 7afeef( light and thin). I tried to make her worries down by explaining that hair will be changed as this is still infant hair. But she tends to keep her worries. And i understand her as this is mentality and society’s standards as It is very important to have strong and healthy hair.We started looking for the treatments and decided to use coconut oil treatment applying for the whole night during one month to make them thicker and heavier. The rest is by Allah‘s Will.
The other side of hair problems is how to have long hair and the same time nice haircut. Nowadays we all are looking at Hollywood celebs trying to repeat their styles,makeup and haircuts as well. Then we go to beauty salon and asking hairdresser give us a Hally Berry look without trimming the length. But there is one more thing that make you recognize gulf girl among others. It is fringes, something that sadly appearing out of sheylah of some guls but i’m not about it. who forbid have it ?! nobody ! we just should care more about our religion and going outside cover hair properly . Anyway back to fringes- it is part of hair that got a lot of creativity and attention for the last years. It has to be very cute, glam and give a beautiful shades to the face.
and as additional i love Aryam’s new look by Joelle. It’s so traditional and same time modern fresh look.
and here is her look before:
With love by khaleejia