During the interview she revealed that though she never knew she’d go into hair and makeup professionally, she “would cut my own hair and at the age of 11. I actually started cutting other people’s hair because I’d do a damn good job.”
Nabila recalls an incident when she wore men’s boots in defiance under her satin dress and calls her childhood self a “namoona“.
“I remember my sister got married and my mother made me an expensive satin maxi dress and I wore men’s boots under it saying, ‘No, I don’t want to be a girl.'”
If someone complimented her hair, she’d cut it.
Makeup and hair guru Nabila criticized the hairstyling done for the shoot calling the hairpiece and the idea executed badly, on which Eman Suleman totally refused her claim saying ” Nabila, I think it’s a job well done, better than any parlor could have done. Lol”. Later on the hairstylist of the shoot Fatima Nasir, fashion model Rehmat Jamal and Farwa Ali also expressed in the comments, that how disgusted they felt after Nabila’s remarks. Let’s check out how exactly the feud arose between the celebrities.
Nabila shared that when she travelled to Los Angeles to branch out her makeup’s retail business, her brother gave her some advice: Don’t fear the gora.
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Sharing how she let go of the inferiority complex that plagues Pakistan, she said, “My brother said to me, ‘You need to be self-confident. And do the right thing: invest in your skillset, your knowledge base, work on your product’s research and development, spend time in the lab. There’s no need to fear anyone.’
“So geography doesn’t even figure in my thoughts. I don’t consider where I am in the world or who I’m talking to. I have a lot of confidence in myself. I look inward rather than outward and it seems to be working.”