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Nabila criticised for ridiculing local makeup artist’s work

“Great idea, executed badly, especially the Icchra looking hairpiece," Nabila shared in comments.

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Top stylist Nabila was seen criticising a local makeup artist’s work on social media and received flak over her remarks.

It all started when top model Eman Suleman shared a recent fashion campaign on her’s in an Instagram post which caught stylist Nabila’s attention.

However, the senior stylist was not kind towards young artist’s creativity.

Nabila on Eman Suleman’s post wrote: “Great idea, executed badly especially the Icchra looking hairpiece. When the subject is so beautiful it’s a sin to not up to our game.”

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Responding to Nabila’s comments Eman Suleman came forward to support her stylist.

“Nabila, I think it’s a job well done, better than any parlour could have done,” Eman replied.

The argument did not end just here, makeup maestro added more criticism by saying: “In my opinion, the hair finish looks too synthetic and takes away from the regal styling.”

“Obviously we can choose to be reactive or grow from criticism. I prefer the latter,” Nabila added.

 

Meanwhile,  during the online spat, the hairstylist, Fatima Nasir made her entry to speak for herself after the criticism over the hairstyle she made.

“Her hair is roughly 4-5 inches long, requires a lot of effort to even fake a hairdo like this, to be honest,” wrote the stylist.

Elaborating her approach, Fatima added, what she thought 9/10 artists would not have been able to achieve what she had with Eman Suleman in the photoshoot.

Nabila replied: “I see you choose to react and defend. All the best.”

Check out the whole conversation in the comments below.

Later, the two other models Farwa Kazmi and Rehmat Ajmal joined in the conversation calling out Senior stylist Nabila,  defending Fatima.

 

We must say, there could have been a much better approach to guide the juniors in the field, and using a bad choice of the word in a public space was not a decent thing to do.

the authorSaman Siddiqui
Saman Siddiqui, A freelance journalist with a Master’s Degree in Mass Communication and MS in Peace and Conflict Studies. Associated with the media industry since 2006. Experience in various capacities including Program Host, Researcher, News Producer, Documentary Making, Voice Over, Content Writing Copy Editing, and Blogging, and currently associated with OyeYeah since 2018, working as an Editor.