MONDAY SERIES: Discovering New Businesses & Women Entrepreneurs

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Few weeks ago when I was having my evening tea (well, just a sip from my husband's tea-cup), the idea struck my mind. The idea of promoting the talented women! The women who because of ten thousand reasons cannot go out and work or those who cannot have a formal business set-up because of another hundred thousand reasons. 


"The Monday Series: Discovering New Businesses & Women Entrepreneurs," is therefore dedicated to the extremely talented women who have everything to be THE women entrepreneurs but are tied with lots of household responsibilities. 


This is the second post of the series and I have chosen 3 women entrepreneurs from London, United Kingdom. The idea is to promote their businesses and create brand awareness of their products brands. (A small CSR activity and a gift to them by BLOGS BY FA). So, the first one is ...


Anni Arain Hair & Make-up Artist

Anni is a qualified make up artist and hair stylist in London. She has been trained by the renowned Lubna Rafiq Academy and is LRA certified. She specialises in all styles of make-up whether it is bridal, party, registry or prom. 

When asked about her mission statement, Anni said: "My aim is to enhance your own beauty with the LRA touch. I think every girl is beautiful but sometimes you just want to be glamorised and enhance your natural beauty. I listen to my clients and work with them to achieve the look they desire." 

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Check out her Facebook page for more details, click here


I was just going through her work and I really liked it. Definitely worth trying, you London ladies!   



Humy's Fashion

Humy's Fashion is UK based and was launched in 2014 to sell Indian wedding and party designer clothing for both men and women. They also provide custom order services and are launching lots of designs for customers to choose from and order for the desired occasion. 


Check out their Facebook page for more designs, click here.


If you are looking for traditional wear, make sure to check out their page. I always dress up in traditional clothes on special occasions and their dresses seem to be reasonably priced. 

Ethnic Trends

Based in London, Ethnic Trends was launched in 2011 and they sell the following. 

  - Indian Fashion Fabrics & Designer Women's Suits
  - Jewellery and Accessories
  - Beautiful hand painted henna candles


When asked about the inception of the brand, the owner said, "I have always had some fondness for bangles and therefore, I keep experimenting with different colours, styles and mix and match combinations. At every occasion my matching bangles have been lovingly worn, earning me compliments galore along with enquiries as to where they could get similar bangle sets. Thus, the idea of Ethnic Trends was born and what we started, was an online experiment by my husband and I. Gradually, we have built up a sizeable collection of eye-catching, unique, ethnic as well as glamorous Indian fashion designer jewellery along with the latest couture collection to suit every occasion and mood."

Further, she added, "Our wide rage of imitation bangles and Indian women's wear will bring to you truly Indian enchanting beauty in all its splendour, making you the centre of attention and winning you compliments wherever you go!"


ethnic trends london

Check out their collection on their Facebook page, click here.


The products look very nice especially the hand-made Henna candles, so unique and beautiful!

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So which of these businesses you liked the most and would recommend to your friends? If you or anyone else you know would like to be featured in the Monday Series, feel free to email us.

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The pictures in this post have been used on the consent of the business owners mentioned. 
I have not personally tried their products or services and my comments are based only on the judgement after viewing them online, the idea is provide them free exposure through my website.

48 comments:

  1. Very nice postπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    1. Thank you for the appreciation. Hope to see you on my blog soon again. Cheers!

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  2. Humys Fashion is so beautiful, mashaAllah.

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  3. I love the jewellery it's very pretty, great pick. :)

    Aaliyah | www.thelifeofaaliyah.com

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    1. You can check out their collection on their FB page. :-)

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  4. Very good idea. Sisters supporting sisters.

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  5. Always great to know about these ladies doing something with their lives. Inspiring!
    http://www.ThatGrlInHighHeels.blogspot.com

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    1. Totally agree with you! Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. What a fantastic idea. Wonen empowering each other is a beautiful thing. I love the pictured from the make up artist - a true artist! :)

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  7. wow, what great picks! i loved all three, especially the make up artist!

    www.footnotesandfinds.com

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  8. Great post! Its so important to support each other!!
    http://www.footnotesandfinds.com/

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    1. Thank you! :-)
      There are many talented women I come across and I really want to bring their work in front of the world.

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  9. ooh thanks so much for sharing the makeup artist... I've been looking for one and I know that Lubna Rafiq academy is really goood! :)

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  10. Thumbs up for all the three, Real artistry.

    Eat Healthy Stay Healthy :)

    Myda Tahir
    mydatahir2025@gmail.com
    http://ummeummah.blogspot.com/

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  11. Wow, what a fascinating post! I particularly liked the imagery you used, it makes me want to go make beautiful things.

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  12. This is very nice and thoughtful! I love this idea!!!

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  13. all the best to all the 3 women
    ...n keep.up the effort fatima in trying to make a difference...:)

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    1. Hey Hena! Thank you for passing by. Hope to see you on my blog soon again.

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  14. Learning about new entrepreneurs is great. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Ma sha Allah. Those girls and their makeup look great. <3 the saris also look so beautiful. <3

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  16. Wonderful article. No amount of praise is sufficient for this article.

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    1. Thank you for your comment Manojit. Much appreciated! :-)

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  17. This is such a good idea! Anni Arain looks like an extremely talented makeup artist!

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    1. Thank you Cara! I am sure Anni would be pleased to read your comment.

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  18. Always look forward to the Monday serious, jazakillah khair for highlighting some awesome businesses πŸ˜‰

    www.themuslimahguide.com/muslimahpreneur

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  19. Lovely idea! Liking the jewellery, will check out their page

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      Hope to see you around soon again.

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    1. Hey Zara! Thank you dear. Glad you liked it.

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  21. MASHA ALLAH. Very inspirational... what a great way to promote creativity and entrepreneurship.

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  22. What a lovely idea to help promote female entrepreneurs. As an entrepreneur myself I can totally relate to the first part of your post. I do have so many things to do in my roles as mother, wife, daughter etc. It can be hard to fit the business in! I have developed a live of jewellery lately so will be checking out the ethnic jewellery.

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    1. Glad to read your comment and to know about your new business venture. Wishing you all the success. Email me your details if you would like your business to be featured in the upcoming posts.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by. I have been on holiday but I will definitely resume publishing posts real soon. :-) xx

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