These gracious and mysterious women with dark hair, soft skin and mysterious eyes pass their beauty secrets from one generation to the next. How do these modest women look so gorgeous? What are their secret beauty tricks? Before washing their hair they apply kefir or sour milk to their scalp. Sour milk products quickly regenerate the hair and make it smooth and shiny. Would you like to try it?
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Middle Eastern and African women have taken to social media using the hashtag TheHabibatiTag to defend their beauty in order to combat what is considered restrictive beauty norms. The aim of the social campaign was to break away from what is considered a beauty norm — blonde hair and blue eyes — and draw attention to the beauty found within other ethnicities. Growing up I never saw a woman who looked like me on TV. So far over 20, people have used the hashtag alongside selfies pictures — proving that real beauty is much more than what is portrayed in Hollywood. Sara, who calls herself a feminist and radical liberal, and is based in Florida, started the campaign with a group of friends in order to give more recognition to Middle Eastern and African girls in American pop culture and media. We need to come together to break stereotypes.
Anyone who have been there know that middle-east is completely different than what our media makes it look like. No matter what kind of look you prefer, you would certainly find a women of your choice. But still, we tried hard to ensure that the list tuns out to be as satisfactory as possible.
Impossibly glossy, long, lustrous, and unequivocally healthy-looking… We've yearned to know the deepest, juiciest secrets behind the gorgeous strands of Indian and Middle Eastern women for some time now. And really, what better time than March when we're diving deep into global beauty to explore the subject? True, we've already spent time delving into other aspects of their highly covetable beauty routines and secrets for happiness , but we felt an ode to Indian and Middle Eastern manes, specifically, was in order.