Friday, 16 October 2009

Smoky not Smudgy

Firstly, apologies for the lack of regular posting these past few days; I've been a lot busier than usual and getting ready for something exciting!


On Sunday 25th October, Imperial College London will be hosting a Charity Week event called Smoky Not Smudgy. This is a ladies' only pampering and beauty event in aid of Islamic Relief, and in it's second year running promises to be a fantastic day inshallah. And what's more I'll be giving a hijab styling workshop on the day! It's my first time doing something like this, so any feedback about what things you'd like to see would be much appreciated. I look forward to seeing lots of you there! Please join the SNS Facebook group for more information.

14 comments:

Berfin said...

Oh, the event sounds so great! Too bad I don't live in the UK... Otherwise I would've been there for sure! :)

Adventurous Ammena said...

woohoo, cant wait to see you here sis :) Im hopefully insha'allah going to be meeting up with some friends too.. Im trying to sort out times, would it be best to go as early as possible? or are we working on arab/pak/muslim time here? ;) cant wait to get my henna on :D hehe

Ashee said...

arghh im so jealous, wish i wasn't so far from london :(

Radeyah said...

Ohh Im definantly going to this Inshallah
It is free entry?

<3 Radeyah

susan said...

hey i was wondering if buying expensive clothes is haram? After you pay your zakat and you are not in debt is it haram to buy expensive clothes
thank you.

Amalia said...

this looks like a lot of fun! I wish I could go. Enjoy your time there :)

Sawsan said...

helo, could you raise a topic about whether or not its ok in islam to buy expensive clothes.After paying zakat ofcourse. And is it ok for a muslim designer to desgin modest and immodest clothes. Thank you i would really appreciate it.

Ruwayda Mustafah said...

Salam,

The timing is so horrible. I wish I could come. I'll try my best. (yey I get to see you).

I have a question, I am not a fan of wearing make up on a daily basis but, my cheeks go red and it looks like I have blusher on, I was wondering is there anything that I can wear to deal with that? What do you recommend?

Anonymous said...

Assalamu Alaikum Jana

Alhamdulillah that a gr8 event to be at.
Have lets of fun there. Darling if we could get to see a video of your workshop that would be awesome.Cant waint to watch it!!

Sister Ruwayda i have the same problem my face is always pink and my cheeks red lol. Non muslims often ask me if im on a wine diet or something LOL
Actually a doc told me is Rosacea,a skin condition.
Because my skin is oily and shines i usually blot my face with some compact powder , it absorbs the oil and conceal the redness too. It works for me !

Take Care girls
Wassalam
Mouna

Ruwayda Mustafah said...

Mine is not a skin condition because it only goes red when it's cold...

You've really scared me now lol. I highly doubt that just because my cheeks go red it's a skin condition. I just don't like red cheeks, pink is fine but not red.

migratingfishswim said...

i live too far from london, but wish the event very well.

Anonymous said...

I went yesterday with my sister and had a really good time! We ended up staying for a few hours.

We got some make-up tips from one of the make-up artists and had lovely henna designs put on our hands.

I hope a lot of money was raised for charity!

Jana said...

Alhamdulilah we raised over £2100 on the day! Glad you enjoyed it :)

Anonymous said...

I had a great time, learnt alot from the make-up artist, ate lovely cakes and met such lovely sisters. Thanks for organising such a fun event and helping us to help others, Alhamdulillah!

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