NATIONAL BEAUTY TOUR

Raising funds to support displaced Rohingya refugee families inside Bangladesh.

Attend our Groundbreaking charity workshop tour and learn skills from the wedding industries finest Eye Make-up, Hair and Hijab Styling sessions in one amazing workshop. 

Each event will start with a short presentation on the current Rohingya humanitarian crisis by Dr Shameela Islam-Zulfiqar, senior artist at Asian Creations who will be hosting the National Tour.

This will be followed by three 40-60 minute demo tutorials by some of the UK's leading hair, makeup and hijab stylists in the fashion industry and ask them to showcase/ teach their skills for one hour each at one of three cities of their choice; (London, Birmingham, and Manchester). Click below for the campaign video. 


Select the Workshop you are interested in below

Each exclusive workshop has a strictly limited capacity. Registration is on a first come first served basis. To secure your place on the workshop, please request a ticket for the workshop you are interested in.

All proceeds raised from the National Beauty Tour will be supporting Rohingya refugee families inside Bangladesh.

So what are you waiting for? Bring a friend, have a great time and we look forward to welcoming everyone to a workshop near YOU!


Workshop Enquiry Form

The 2018 National Beauty Tour is currently in the planning stage, we are still in the process of finalising the dates/artists/venues.  The above workshops will take place before Ramadan (15 May 2018) and will begin around 6pm in the evening.

In the meantime, you can request a beauty enquiry ticket.


Manchester Workshop

Venue: British Muslim Heritage Centre
Date: TBC

HOST: Dr Shameela Islam-Zulfiqar  
MUA: TBC
HIJAB STYLING: TBC
HAIR: TBC


Birmingham Workshop

Venue: TBC
Date: TBC

HOST: Dr Shameela Islam-Zulfiqar  
MUA: TBC
HIJAB STYLING: TBC
HAIR: TBC


London Workshop

Venue: TBC
Date: TBC

HOST: Dr Shameela Islam-Zulfiqar  
MUA: TBC
HIJAB STYLING: TBC
HAIR: TBC


The 2017 NBT Tour raised around £22,000 over three cities and around 200 attendees plus stall holders. The aim for 2018 is to double this target at the very least.