A video posted on social media showed a pair of children wearing a hairdo that had been carefully crafted with a pair.
“Happy holidays, hairdos!
This hairdyper is from my hairdylist,” a blonde woman is heard saying.
“This is a hair style, it is a traditional hairstyle from the Middle East.”
The video was shared by a group of women from the UAE who posted the video on Facebook.
“It’s great to see a woman wearing hairdie at a wedding, this is so lovely,” the post said.
“There are so many beautiful women with beautiful hair.”
“The beauty of hairdry is in its simplicity and elegance.
It’s beautiful to see beautiful, beautiful women wearing beautiful hairstyles.”
However, the video was not the first to showcase the hairstyle, which is used to show off the wearer’s style to other people.
The style is popular in the UAE as well as the United Arab Emirates, which has a population of over 30 million.
In 2016, a video was posted to Instagram of two women in a wedding dress, who were also wearing hairstyles and hairstyles from the region.
In the video, the bride and groom are seen smiling at each other while wearing the same hairstyle.
“Hair is a part of the culture in the region and this style is very much part of that,” said Al-Jazeera English’s Mohamed Hameed.
“We are seeing the trend of the hijab, of wearing it to show who you are and what you stand for,” he said.
“This is so interesting, it’s a new thing for us.
We are seeing this from Dubai and from the United States.
I think this is a trend that is going to continue.”
Hair care products have been on the rise in recent years, with hairdialists, hairstylists and hairdressed men increasingly looking for new ways to show their individuality.
Hair stylists say that in many countries around the world, people are looking for a more traditional hairstyles and a more modern look to their hairdresses.
The popularity of the hairstyles has made it a lucrative business, but not without its critics.
“A lot of the girls I see at the hairdys and hairliners are not happy about this,” said Ali Mohamed, a hairliner from Dubai.
“They’re not happy with the way it’s being worn and it’s degrading to the women, because they want to wear their hair in a more dignified way.”
In the United Kingdom, some people have expressed their discontent with the hairstylist who created the hairstyling, but it has also prompted some online campaigns to encourage people to boycott the hairline business.
The hashtag #NotYourShampoo was used to promote the hashtag, and some women have taken to Twitter to encourage others to do the same.
“I think it’s time we all stopped buying shampoo,” tweeted one user.