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@byrdiebeauty - Henna    “Henna was a big deal at home,” Bhatty says. “We know that henna is still used to this day all over South Asia, the Middle East, and Africa to adorn the hands and feet of brides and wedding guests, but we used it all the time for hair enhancement, too.” She remembers how her mom would color and treat her hair with henna (“It left her black hair tinged with natural auburn highlights—so beautiful!”), but recommends following with a coconut oil hair mask after washing…

@byrdiebeauty - Henna “Henna was a big deal at home,” Bhatty says. “We know that henna is still used to this day all over South Asia, the Middle East, and Africa to adorn the hands and feet of brides and wedding guests, but we used it all the time for hair enhancement, too.” She remembers how her mom would color and treat her hair with henna (“It left her black hair tinged with natural auburn highlights—so beautiful!”), but recommends following with a coconut oil hair mask after washing…

7 AMAZING and unexpected beauty secrets to steal from South Asia and beyond // #Makeup #Skincare #Beauty

7 AMAZING and unexpected beauty secrets to steal from South Asia and beyond // #Makeup #Skincare #Beauty

Water means EDUCATION: Girls make up most of the 115 million children currently out of school and 80% of children not attending primary school in West/Central Africa, South Asia and Middle East/North Africa had mothers with no formal education. Reasons for this include the need for girls and women to walk long distances to bring water to the home and/or lack of sanitation facilities in schools.

Water means EDUCATION: Girls make up most of the 115 million children currently out of school and 80% of children not attending primary school in West/Central Africa, South Asia and Middle East/North Africa had mothers with no formal education. Reasons for this include the need for girls and women to walk long distances to bring water to the home and/or lack of sanitation facilities in schools.

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