Barbara Tfank designs the kind of clothes that women dream of wearing; elegant and timeless in wonderful, richly textured fabrics sourced from Italy and France.
Fashion has become an intrinsically hot talking point for people in the Middle East thanks to their desire to look better.
It seems like everyday brings with it a new must-try makeup trend and as soon as you start mastering this new trend, something else pops in and it becomes old news.
Saudi women spend a huge amount of money on creams, scrubs, concealers, and a drawer-full of other cosmetics that claim to keep their skin spotless, smooth and youthful.
The Asian influence on jewelry has been a big time winner on the international stage for decades.
Does Hijab become an obstacle for a Muslim woman to express herself through fashion?
When going on a vacation, many women focus on packing and making plans for the perfect holiday but tend to neglect protection for their hair, skin and nails during this period.
Humidity and heat are a recipe for disaster for both your hair and skin. With moisture overload in the hair, one can have a bad hair day only by being exposed to humid air.
Young Saudi jewelry designer Lillian Ismail built a label that represents a fantastic traditional jewelry collection, which comprises richly-textured pieces, mostly handcrafted.
It’s not just wrinkles that can make you look older: Your smile can age you, too.
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