I'm just a girl from Montreal who had a dream to bring beauty, passion and wellness to every person through a simple henna plant back in 2005. Finding out who I am through Henna Sooq, has been the very eye opening. It has been ups and downs. But I'm here and I won't stop regardless of what they might say about me. She's too light. She wears a hijab. How could she possibly know anything about the culture and community? So I want to share my story.
I took $150 and bought 50 boxes of henna to resell off a flimsy website filled with PayPal payment buttons.
I saw how henna could change someone's life for the better and to take henna to create beautiful henna body art and color hair naturally, chemical-free. Not only could henna do all of this but it also was deeply rooted in self care that promoted better health and wellness. Through henna it was a total mind, body and soul experience.
Henna Sooq has grown into a 6-figure company that started right from my own kitchen and garage, literally. I'm a triple minority in the natural hair industry who through my classes and workshops teaches others about henna hair color and ayurvedic healthy hair care worldwide. Through education I'm able to give people the tools they need to live a healthy lifestyle.
Through the good times and the bad times, I've never quit, even though I definitely wanted to. I love what I do and absolutely love that I've become known as someone who can build bridges amongst people and communities.
I'm so grateful for the journey who've allowed me to be on with you and I want to thank you for also being apart of my journey.
I want to also give a special thank you to everyone who made this possible.
Steve and Erin from SOK Vision, Erika Layne Photography, MumuFresh aka Maimouna Youssef, Nida from Nidali Beauty, Ayeshia, Khadija (yes she spelled her name the same way I do!), Miss Windy, Brandi and of course my husband, Jamal. Love you guys!
Want to know more and love our products? Please head to https://www.hennasooq.com
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