I’ve been using So by Samira Olfat makeup brushes kit for a while, and the more I use it, the more I’m addicted to it. It is made of 19 makeup brushes that are designed by celebrity makeup artist, Samira Olfat, who’s always on the search for the most practical makeup brushes. The kit has a mixture of 3 types of brushes. Nylon brushes for cream products (orange shade brushes), Fiber brushes for perfect blending (white tip brushes), Horse Hair brushes for polishing the look (the rest of the brushes). It … Read more...
Did ALDO just give me High Street Fashion at its best?
I was STUNNED when I saw this gorgeous backpack from ALDO Shoes and Bags Not only did it come in my favorite pastel tones, but it also embraced the trends that a lot of Couturiers, such as Chanel, have been setting for years.
It looks beautiful and functions even more beautifully where the zippers are so smooth, the tweed picks up on some metallic tones that will work mostly with gold accessories and the faux leather is of a perfect blush tone.
Actress Paula Patton arrived at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards in style and pure elegance wearing a white couture gown by my own label Aiisha.
The actress who was on hand to present an award for the night stunned in the hand embroidered gown with opaque white crystals and antique gold leaves. Patton completed her ensemble with green earrings and a gold clutch.
Thank you Paula and Style PR for the lovely placement
While our brand AIISHA undergoes a more defining process, its essence is shifting towards cleaner silhouettes. I’m happy to see that our designs are appealing to a larger scope of age groups extending from teenagers all the way to the 50’s.
This isn’t an easy mission, but its being accomplished beautifully with the support of an enormous team from my family, to my managing team, to my PR firm.
Disney’s darling actress and singer Olivia Holt stepped into Teen Vogue party wearing an AIISHA black & gold 3D Couture hand-beaded cocktail dress.
The final challenge for the Faces “Wojooh Jamalek” competition on MBC TV was all about passion. The contestants were given the freedom to create anything, even draw on the body.
The results didn’t do it for me and were in fact slightly disappointing.
Lina gave me the perfect face makeup emphasizing on simplicity and practiced her calligraphy skills by writing a poem verse by Nizar Kabbani about Baghdad – her hometown. I just wondered where did all the great work that I’ve seen from her across the weeks go?