• September 19, 2021

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Dubai’s Aladdin Hairdressing Academy is known for its high-end hairstyles, including a line of alabaster locks that are both luxurious and flattering.

The salon is also known for a wide range of beauty products, including skincare and haircare.

The academy is one of many that employ a variety of hairstylists and makeup artists in Dubai, and Aladdin Hairstyling Academy, which has a branch in Abu Dhabi, is a standout among them.

The salon’s chief executive officer, Ramin Jameel, is known to work out of the same building as the CEO of the UAE’s largest cosmetics company.

He and his wife, Hala Jameell, are well known in the country, having recently opened their own salon in Dubai’s Grand Mosque.

Aladdin is an institution in the city’s fashion industry, but it also employs the latest technology in the hair and makeup industry, which is growing.

The Jameels were among the first to receive permission to rent space from Aladdin’s new beauty products and hair services company, Alimals Beauty, after the salon opened its doors in 2016.

Alimal Beauty specializes in beauty products including skinceuticals, hair gel, and face masks.

The company, which was founded in 2013, employs 50 employees.

The beauty products are made from high-quality ingredients that include organic coconut oil, rosehip oil, and other ingredients.

Almighty Beauty is also the company that produced the iconic hair gel at the 2015 Miss Universe pageant.

The company recently opened its first branch in Dubai.

The Jameells are also active in the entertainment industry.

The couple is a former host of a variety shows on the popular channel Aljazeera Mubasher Misr.

The station’s head of international coverage, Al-Wafidah al-Sabah, is also an Aladdin alum.

The Aladdin salon is the latest in a string of Dubai-based businesses to open branches in the United Arab Emirates, a country that is home to a number of wealthy, established brands.

A number of international businesses have opened up in the region, such as cosmetics company H&M, which recently opened a shop in Abu Zaatari.

Other companies are also trying to break into the region.

For example, beauty products retailer, Zara, is based in the Emirates.

The Dubai-headquartered company is also one of the world’s largest suppliers of hair care products, which accounts for about one-third of the country’s total beauty and hair supply chain.

It has branches in Abu Mazen, Dubai and Doha, and is based near the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the heart of the city.

The brand, which offers both high-fashion and traditional haircuts, also offers treatments for hair loss.