If you missed this gorgeous outfit from @cashmerebyizza on the blog yesterday, it's right there in the post on the main page called 'monthly favorites'. All fabric, price and order details are also patiently sitting there waiting for you 💆 My lipcolor is Medora Blue Rose 238 and my height is 5'2 (????? 😛 ????) for all who were asking.
Currently accepting volunteers to come take down the independence day jhandis 👀 (....fridays post is on the blog, the link is on my profile). #dwwathome #dwwintheoffice
Me in 2016: Who the hell are these losers who change their profile pics to their babies' pictures?!? So lame, lolz. 2017: ......*changing WhatsApp profile picture to baby niece* #dwwfamilystuff
Test driving a new series on the blog today which will have my monthly favorites. Sharing two of them today on the blog, one of which are these beautiful kohatis by @chaptr13 and the other one is a gorgeous white outfit by @cashmerebyizza (you gots to see it). Come tell me if you want to see me do this kind of post again or say bubye. I'm open to either so please look at this ball, it's in your court. Thankyoo. THE POST LINK IS DANCING ON MY PROFILE. #dwwmonthlyfavorites #dwwstyle #dubaiblogger #pakistanibloggers #lifestylebloggers
Some of my favorite rides from our trip to @imgworlds a couple of weeks ago. The first one is the rollercoaster in the Lost World section inside the park that has a 90 degree drop. The second one is the psychotic Thor ride that feels like someone threw you inside a laundromat and goes upside down just about a trillion times. The third and the best, best one is the rollercoaster that's outdoors. Its called the Velociraptor and is such crazy fun I actually went on it twice (was totally ready to go a third time but was too wiped out at the end). It seems slowsl in the video somehow but is super fast. The other two rides I loved but have no photo evidence of: the Spiderman rollercoaster that's absolutely INSANE and the 3D Hulk ride that's the best immersive experience I've had ever. Totally the BEST park in Dubai. So good.
This is my picture from a few years ago when my hair was at its worst - fried, damaged, thinning, with industrial level oil deposits, despite being uber dry. I get a ton of questions about my hair all the time now so you can trust me when I say this, damaged hair can be fixed. Today I've posted about EVERYTHING related to my own hair routine, that bad phase I had with my hair and how I repaired it, some real hair talk and then a few tips that I’d love to offer if anyone’s listening. At no point am I imagining I have the sexy mane of a stallion that can obliterate militaries spanning multiple geographies, but I did see a change in my hair, so here we are. The link is in the profile, please to enjoy. #dwwbeauty
I've been holding this secret fascination for glitter eyeliner in my heart since some time now and have been wanting to experiment with it, without looking like a reject from the 90s. I figured out the simplest two ways of doing them which I can do without feeling overdressed (personal nightmare) while also feeling like I did a tiny bit extra. Come to the blog, I posted both ways. The link is on the underside of your left arm, just kidding it's on my profile (only checking if you read the full caption, yasss, woohoo) #dwwbeautylulz #dubaiblogger #pakistanibloggers #lifestylebloggers #urbandecayheavymetal
Goofy pictures in the corridor and some reflections. Over the last few years, I've experienced a rollercoaster of emotions for the place that is Pakistan. I've loved it unconditionally, then struggled some. Have wondered if I'm foolish or maybe just privileged for not having experienced any of the ugly bits. I've questioned if patriotism was a manufactured emotion for the common man; just to fuel the economics of the not-so-common ones. Have tried to use logic to see what makes this love trump all the negative confusion every single time. And I've realized this: it's all true. I love my country and then I also struggle with it. I'm stupid with this love at times and also privileged to experience it, because me and my family are safe and thriving. I celebrate the good times and then whine about how things are so terrible so many times. I've realized all of that. But then I've also realized that for me, Pakistan is not just the country I happened to be born in. It's entirely, completely who *I* am. I'm a Pakistani, not because of some accidental geographic placement but everything else that I simply cannot exclude from my personal self. It's the language I love to read and speak. It's my beautiful clothes, the delicious food, the kickass music, the fire of sports. Our gorgeous skins from the brown to the light. Biryani, ludo, paratha, chai. The streets I played in, where I had a family, the home of my dearest friends, and where I found the love of my life. Being born in a place stops being about the geography at some point and becomes entirely who you are. I'm such a proud Pakistani for everything that I am because of this rich, colorful life I've lived and all that Pakistan - this experience - has given me. Happy independence day to you and me and a gloriously happy 70th to our dear motherland. #dwwstyle #dwwathome
Important lessons from Shehla's birthday: 1) A last minute birthday plan (due to other life emergencies) where you get to wear police hats for no reason may turn out to be better than an unplanned, well-thoughtout one. 2) Before you buy a police ka danda for the birthday girl, carefully consider repercussions. 3) There is no reason to have anyone missing from a group birthday picture if one of you is traveling, you can always add them in via a picture on your phone. 4) If you're short of police hats and/or want to add the color yellow to the situation, you can pretend that a pilot hat is also a police hat. 5) When you order on Zomato from your friend's place, don't forget to change your saved home address and save your garlic mayo rolls from doing dandiya on the other side of town. That is all. #happybirthdayshehla #dwwfriendsetc