Local Beirut news, Lebanon
Hani Makhour has exceptional craftsmanship in the aesthetic environment
He is the owner of magic touches, his exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail have made him a star in his field. Hani Makhour, the most famous hair stylist in the artistic and aesthetic community, has established himself as one of the first hairdressers in the region, challenging the traditional perceptions of hair salons present in Lebanon.
Hani Makhour introduces new hair colors
Lebanese hairdresser Hani Makhour created new colors of hair dyes, far from the colors we are used to in beauty salons. These colors were a mixture of brown, gold and chestnut.
Makhour published a group of pictures of these colors, through his official account on the Instagram application, and quickly became widely popular and widely accepted, as followers expressed their great admiration for these colors due to their simplicity and distinctive mix.
Half of Lebanese population faces hunger after explosion in Beirut
Half of the Lebanese population faces starvation by the end of this year after an explosion in Beirut over food shortages. This was reported on the website of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.
The mission called for urgent action to avoid a food crisis. The port of Beirut, much of which was destroyed by explosions, is the main point through which Lebanon imported food. Therefore, the commission calls on urgently to restore the destroyed grain storage facilities in the port.
Thousands of wounded, 150 dead and tens of billions of dollars in damages
Beirut is recovering from the powerful explosions that blew up almost half the capital. The tragedy took the lives of 135 people, five thousand were injured.
The authorities have asked for international support. Dozens of countries have pledged to send humanitarian aid to Lebanon.
Residents of Beirut are recovering from a terrible disaster and people are coming together to help each other. This has never happened in Lebanon. In minutes, an explosion blew up almost half of Beirut. The blast wave reached Cyprus, 250 kilometres from the site of the blast. The tragedy took the lives of at least 135 people, five thousand wounded. Rescue workers say the death toll could still rise.