By Tania JanssenThe salon interior designer at the center of the controversy over the haircut is Shani Al-Naimi, who has worked with many of the industry’s most recognizable faces for decades.
Al-Niaimi’s style has become synonymous with the new and cutting edge, she said.
It’s a style that is at once modern and timeless, with a sharp edge that is a direct challenge to the old, Al-niaimi said.
The hair style that has dominated the past 20 years is the cut that Al-naimi started to popularize in the 1980s, she added.
In her book, Hair, she describes her first haircut as a “pile of hair.”
“My first haircut was a pile of hair,” she said in an interview with Salon.com.
“I cut a lot of hair.
That’s the haircut I’m most proud of.”
In the book, Al the author also describes her favorite haircut of the past 10 years, the “Crispy Cut.”
The haircut is called the “cut of the year,” in part because of its popularity.
Al-nazzi, of course, has made the cut for many decades.
She’s worked with some of the most well-known names in the industry, including Karl Lagerfeld, Karl Lutz, Michael Kors, Jil Sander, Dior and many others.
Al Nazzi has a deep understanding of the cut of the future and its implications for women and men, she told Salon.
Al’s book also describes the new look, which is called “Boulevard Hair.”
Al Nazzis style is considered timeless and cutting, and its influence is felt by both men and women, she explained.
Al says it is about “toughness” and “a feeling of being strong, independent and powerful.”
Al also described her new haircut as “one of the greatest haircuts of all time.”
Al-Nazzi is one of the few people who has been able to break the mold of the classic cut and to have it become a cultural phenomenon.
She says that the cut is becoming more and more popular, especially among younger generations.
Al Naimi has helped shape the current style, and she says that’s the reason why she is still doing it today.
Al said that the new haircut has become a big trend, and that it has changed the way people look at themselves.
Al- Naimis style has influenced many other people in the past.
She said that she has seen other women who had the same haircut change their look.
Al also has an idea for what the cut should look like, and what her new style should look as well.
Al has a strong sense of style, but she also is pragmatic.
She is not a “style queen,” she told the Associated Press.
She said that in order to have a haircut she has to work hard on the details, and make sure everything looks good.
She has always had a soft spot for the classic haircut, which she has said has been her favorite style.
She told Salon, “It’s always been my favorite haircut.”
Al Nazaire has said she does not regret her original style, which has influenced generations of men and beautiful women for generations.
She has said that her style is “an example of what can be achieved with hard work and determination.”
Al said that this style is now the most popular haircut in the world.
She thinks that its influence on women and girls is huge.
Al has spoken about how she wanted her children to look like her old hairstyle.
Al told the AP, “They have all grown up looking at the hair of their parents.”
She also said that women should look up to the classic look of her mother, who was a great stylist.
Al said she is “more proud of the haircut than anything,” and that she hopes her style can be “an inspiration to anyone who is going through a tough time.”
A similar trend exists among men, Al said.
Al described it as a style in which “there is a level of self-respect.”
Al said the trend was born in the late 1980s and early 1990s, but it has since become a very big thing.
She also told the New York Post, “I think the haircuts that are now going on, are a big part of our society.
I don’t think that they have been influenced by women.”
Al believes that it is important to understand the history of the hair, especially the history behind the style.
In the book Al describes how she was told by a man that the first haircut she ever did was in the ’60s, and he said, “We had this haircut in a barber shop in the Bronx.”
Al says that her haircut is rooted in the history and traditions of the country, and is not influenced by a woman. In fact,