Choosing a Jasmine perfume for women is a reason to wear a sensual perfume produced with an exceptional and oriental flower. It is an iconic white flower synonym of pleasure and sensuality. Let’s focus on this fragrance with a unique essence that attracts the biggest perfumers’ names.
When we want to treat ourselves with a perfume, several types of fragrances are available: eau de toilette, asbolu de parfum, fresh water, eau de parfum, eau de Cologne ... But, do you really know the difference between an eau de toilette and an eau de parfum? A question asked by many women when they choose the fragrance they will wear on a daily basis. In this article, we are going to talk about the different types of fragrances and how to choose the right fragrance for you.
You are looking for an original gift to offer on Mothers’ Day? This year Mother's Day will be on the last weekend of May. Here are some ideas to please the one who holds a special place in your heart: the most important woman of your life, your mom.
The Woman Flower is the writing of an artist, a muse, a woman entrepreneur, a dreamer, an enchantress and finally a woman of many facets. Each month, we will share our online encounters via a Chinese portrait made in Kabeah of inspiring women to continue dreaming and believing in her dreams.
Kabeah is… an adventurer who quickly swapped her favorite handbag for a backpack. Her goal ? To go on an adventure and to share her magical and enchanting universe across the world. With her granny's scarf, her jeans and a pair of sneakers, Khedija, Kabeah founder, traveled the world and its magical scents.
Reducing Kenza Fourati to her plastic would be heresy, and for good reason. As a committed model, Kenza has made her silhouete a vehicle for ideas in order to emancipate herself from stereotypes and labels around the body, and a forori the female body. Thus, in 2011, the young woman made the front page of Tunisivisions magazine. By turning her plastic into a painting with strong messages, she gave a new symbolism to the body. Perceived as a contemplative object, an object of desire, she has made it active, expressive and militant.