Mehndi, Fashion and Cooking for womens

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Mehndi, Fashion and Cooking for womens

Postby ayeshas » Tue Aug 07, 2007 11:08 am

Wajood-e-zun se hai tasveer-e-kainat mein rung. Beauty, care, compassion, love, strength, confidence and independence that is what the modern Pakistani woman is all about. so, if you are looking beauty tips, fashion, pakistan and indian mehndi design and cooking tips, so, be first and check Women Corner Pakistan Bridal Fashion , Pakistan and Indian Mehndi Design and Cooking Tips
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Postby mariya123 » Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:47 am

BEAYTY+COOK+MEHANDI= WOMEN..........
yes, womens are incompete without this things......
hey gayus..........
it is a spacility of womens, so please dont disturb them ........... do not intefear in it..... ok........

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Postby bab09 » Wed Dec 03, 2008 7:42 am

Mehandi,fashion and cooking are the creativity of the women,She can use this qualities of her as a medium of earning and also as a hobbies activities.

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Fashion designing

Postby chimpu123 » Wed May 06, 2009 3:51 pm

Designing is one of the most important aspects of the fashion world. In fact, everything revolves around designs. But it's no easy cakewalk. It's a hard grind and you need a lot of stamina to sustain in the long run. Do you feel it's right up your street? Then read on.

You need to have a feel for textures and a flair for styles. Colours and combinations should fascinate you. Your mind's eye should be able to put it all together before you start on a project.

An ability to sketch and draw is of immense help. You need a keen eye for detail. So sharpen your powers of observation.

Unless you have terrific talent and the right contacts, don't venture out by yourself. You're always better off working as a trainee under some designer for a while. You'll pick up valuable pointers. Be willing to learn from them.

Don't expect to hit gold with your first few designs. Your enthusiasm shouldn't wane with rejects. Keep yourself motivated and continue to work hard.

Don't be afraid to experiment with colours and designs. Give your creativity free rein.

Learn to handle people. Customers, tailors, suppliers may each have their own idiosyncrasies. It's important you cope without losing your cool.

Scout around for textiles. Don't go in for the run of the mill stuff. You'll find some priceless stuff in little towns and villages that have a heritage of weaving. Get them to cater to your requirements.

Find a real good tailor. Don't compromise on this issue. Only a good karigar can make your dreams come true. Build up a rapport with him/her. It's important you understand each other. You should be able to discuss the requirements and the possibilities of each design.

Always have a variety of designs. Especially if you are going to hold an exhibition for your potential customers, you need to show off your varied styles. The styles should be market friendly.

Start off with affordable styles. It's almost impossible for a newcomer to succeed with extravagant price tags.

Get to know the nitty-gritties of merchandising. There is a lot more to it than meets the eye.

Learn to enjoy your job. If you have an eye only on the rewards, it will be a relentless grind for you.
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Postby Dhaval » Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:16 pm

Hey thanks for the valuable information
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Postby priti130389 » Tue Sep 08, 2009 11:18 am

hi thank to share for few more quality of women.women are surely proud for that.
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