Seema Iqbal


Seema Iqbal is the beautician of Pakistan she had started her business in 2003 in Islamabad and now she is very famous not only in Pakistan but in the gulf countries also she have a passion of her field and she never stop learning till now she got much popularity even many brands are taking time for their cosmetics with her riwaaj and she is technical advisor of riwaaj company and technical advisor of the tempo hair brushes also she got much fame is her field media is also taking her as a role model and ask her to share her knowledge and now she is giving trainings to the girls those who are interested she is spreading her knowledge.

Her work is like a master piece so beautiful and she is world wide famous lady with her knowledge she is award holder too.

Massage for the body is a popular beauty treatment, with various techniques offering benefits to the skin (including the application of beauty products) and for increasing mental well-being. Hair removal is offered at some beauty salons through treatments such as waxing and threading. Some beauty salons style hair instead of going to a separate hair salon, and some also offer sun tanning. Other treatments of the face are known as facials. Specialized beauty salons known as nail salons offer treatments such as manicures and pedicures for the nails. A manicure is a treatment for the hands, incorporating the fingernails and cuticles and often involving the application of nail polish, while a pedicure involves treatment of the feet, incorporating the toenails and the softening or removal of calluses.

Her saloon name speaks everything about it self she is facial specialist no one can beat her in facials but now she is beautiful makeup artist too she never compromise in her quality products skin matters a lot for her she always use quality products in her saloon that’s why she got more popularity ladies have trust on her she have friendly environment in her saloon.

Products in her saloon her make up and hair cuttings are very famous she is known best hairdresser with beautiful hair stylist and wonderful hair cuts and hair treatments. She is also giving awareness regarding the products that is beat marketing skills she has and she never compromises in her products quality and professionalism.

It is important to remember that each location will have its own unique slant on the Salon format. While the Salons are meant to function generally as a way for people interested in to meet up and socialize, Salons can (and should) focus on a specific theme – the arts, computer programming, social networking, etc. This theme needn’t be static – it can change every Salon – but it helps to get speakers who will be able to speak on similar topics.

To ensure a strong turnout, it is important to understand how often your audience is willing to meet up. Similarly, think about how many presenters and projects you can rotate through on a continuous basis. These two factors could mean a Salon happening every month, every 6 months, or even every each locale is different. The better you can space the Salons according to your audience and presenters, the better turn out and dialogue you will have, making the Salon more successful as a whole.

Having the Salon in a consistent space will help ensure repeat attendance. Reach out to local art galleries, bars/pubs, and even universities to see if they can offer you a block of time to use their space for free. The space doesn’t need to be extravagant and it is good to remember that a small but full space is more conducive to discussion than a large but empty one.

It is important to allow presenters the ability to showcase media – be it video, audio, slideshow, or other. Speakers and a projector aren’t essential to the Salons but they will make them run much smoother. If your venue doesn’t have those things on hand, ask around to your friends and co-workers. More likely than not someone will have something that will work.

Seema Iqbal run Salons are free and open to the public and there is little to no money spent on additional resources. We encourage you to make do with the sparsest of budgets – in regards to promotion we are happy to blog any Salons happening.

Salons tend to be run in an open manner, allowing people to mingle and socialize as they see fit. Outside of this there are often two to three presenters who will speak to their own use of incenses, be it personal or for a larger organization they are part of. This is by no means a rigid guideline but rather a starting point – feel free to screen a film, hold a panel discussion, have a live music performance, or anything else that may be relevant. Most importantly, remember to have fun!

Contact info:

Seema Iqbal:
Creative Head: Seema Iqbal
Senior Vice President: Rawalpindi Women Chamber of Commerce & Industry (2019-2020-RWCCI)
Executive Member: Rawalpindi Women Chamber of Commerce & Industry (2018-2019-RWCCI)
Member: National Business Women Council (NBWC-2017)
Office: DD-72/2 ST# 6, Gulshan Dadan Khan Rawalpindi
Mob: +92 3319867678
Mob: +92 3115196096
Office: +92 514935037
E-mail: seemaiqbal0900@yahoo

E-mail: [email protected]
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RWCCI Office: +92 51 4920137

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Address: Shaheed Benazir Butto, Human Right Centre For women,Socail Welfare Complex II Shamsabad Rawalpindi.