HRH Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco is the wife of King Mohammed VI of Morocco. She’s the first wife of a Moroccan king to take a public role. She has her own foundations, makes visits to various hospitals, schools, etc. and is the perfect hostess when foreign leaders visit our country. She also addresses many… Read More Moroccan Style Icon: Princess Lalla Salma
This product is no stranger to beauty blogs, so I’ll keep it short. What? A “magic” Moroccan lipstick that enhances and compliments your natural lip colour. The green one is the most popular one. The product is originally Chinese but, nowadays, it’s made in Morocco. How? Ok, I need to confess Morocco’s national secret. The lipsticks are … not… Read More Green Moroccan Lipstick: Call It Magic?
It is impossible to imagine the Moroccans souks without imagining the colourful shoe shops. Remember the shoes Carrie Bradshaw bought in SATC The Movie? Well, those were in fact 100% Moroccan! Moroccan leather shoes are called belghat or idoukane (Berber). They are handmade and you can get them in tons of different colours, prints and… Read More Moroccan Fashion: 3 Tips for Buying Leather Shoes!
1. Argan oil and banana mask Benefit: Hydrates and protects damaged hair. Ingredients: – 1 banana (ripe) – 1 egg – 2 tablespoons of honey – 2 tablespoons of milk – 5 tablespoons of pure argan oil (white) How to: Mix the banana (chopped), egg, honey and milk in a bowl and then in a… Read More Moroccan Beauty: 3 DIY Hair Masks
Hi all! I wanted to share with you my favourite song. The song is not Moroccan but Algerian. The Arabic that is spoken in Morocco is (roughly) the same as in Algeria. This song is sooo beautiful! You will love it even if you don’t understand it. Enjoy!
You know how most Western people have a set of couches in their home? Well, most Moroccans don’t. We have something else: the sedari! The biggest difference between a couch and a sedari is probably that a sedari is custom-made in Morocco. We go to a sedari shop (there are many in the – you… Read More Moroccan Furniture Essentials: Sedari
If you have ever been to Morocco, then chances are you have seen one of the many colourful Caftans on display in the souk (market place). The caftan is a traditional Moroccan piece of clothing that is worn for special occasions: holidays, weddings, etc. Most Moroccan women have their caftan(s) made to measure. They go to a… Read More Moroccan Caftan Couture: Meriem Belkhayat