May 22, 2013
I've opened up my purse for this popular "What's in her Bag" blog standard. Read on for my must-have's!
1) Under-eye circles have long been my biggest problem due to my Lebanese roots so I always carry around something that helps with the unsightly darkness. This Bobbi Brown corrector is to be used under concealer, but I also use it for touch-ups throughout the day.
2) YSL Touche Éclat - I carry this highlighting pen with me when I know I'll be out the entire day. It's the perfect multi-use pen to give your face a quick pick-me-up!
3) I always carry hand lotion and use it after washing my hands. This L'occitane mini version in Pivoine Flora is my current obsession, but my all-time favorite hand lotion is Lollia in Breathe.
May 22, 2013
This week's guest blog comes from Alya Khan, who is a physician and mom from sunny California with a passion for writing. She has always taken an interest in how we as Muslims can build a stronger ummah, specifically amongst our sisters. Read below for her thoughts on how we can all get a little bit closer.
We (women) are our worst enemies. Not chauvinistic men, the media, and not even obsolete cultural “norms,” but rather, us. Take for example the reality TV show, “The Real Housewives.” These women seemingly have it all; wealth, husbands, children, some have careers, but they are reduced to middle school drama due to their innate jealousy. All of us at some point in our lives have been jealous of other women. It’s nothing to be proud of and it should...
May 21, 2013
Give your bright prints a rest and embrace the neutral print of our new collection featuring floral, lace and leopard! Available in scarves and wraps!
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May 19, 2013
Our May Hijabi of the Month is 21 year-old Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, the editor-in-chief of Muslimgirl.net. She's starting her senior year at Rutgers University in New Jersey and double majoring in political science and Middle Eastern Studies in addition to minoring in Women's and Gender studies. Amani says, "Hi, I'm Amani. My name will be in your child's history textbook one day. And so will yours. The work we do together now will get us both there soon." You can follow her on facebook and twitter!
1) When did you start wearing hijab?
I started wearing hijab when I was in junior high. After 9/11, I was bullied a lot throughout elementary and middle school, often because of my race or religion. I...
May 14, 2013
Indulge in our Spring must-have prints featuring houndstooth, retro, and satin floral! Available in scarves and wraps!