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1.Which part of Pakistan you hail from?

2. What’s your sign?

3. Where were you trained?
A True Blue Blooded grammarian, I was in Lahore Grammar School Montessori to A-Levels.

4. Were you involved in any sports during your school days?
I was very athletic back in school and was on the school basketball and baseball teams.


Anusheh Asad

Anusheh Asad


5. After selected from a population of 170 million people in the world’s largest beauty brand to represent, you feel a long way in your profession here?
I feel so blessed and lucky to be chosen. Achieving such a big milestone so early in my career is a very big problem for me.

6. Tell us a little about your work as a makeup artist / stylist?
I’ve always been inspired and fascinated by the beauty and culture and I believe in experimenting with make-up and developing a personal style. I have my makeup studio, Studio 51, in what is easily recognizable because most beauty conscious of Pakistan city of Lahore. I do, and am interested in all types of makeup, bridal, engagement and the party / evening makeup makeup for fashion shows, shoots and theatrical makeup. I give personal makeup lessons by the name of DIY 51 which are a big hit. I was writing the most popular article “beauty” for a reputable magazine, more than one year, with fast, stylish and effective beauty tips and solutions for our Pakistani women. I’m also regularly invited to the various channels as an expert on topics related to my field to discuss. I have hair, makeup and styling for the famous musical Chicago, have worked with designers from Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad have made and brides from Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar.

7. How difficult is it in your report to your personal life with your professional and personal life, as is sometimes difficult for a working woman?
I am a strong supporter of positivity and mind power. If you convince yourself you can do, nothing seems difficult. I’ve also been blessed with a very supportive husband Masha’Allah, so we manage.

8. Today 51% of the population of our country are women, how do you feel they can move forward and a more active role in the country?
We need to realize the full potential of all individuals, male or female, who can contribute to our economy, no matter to realize the scale of magnitude. No nation can rise to the height of glory unless your women are side by side with you. Women must be educated and liberated. More political representation should be given. One must consider the considerable improvement, but I feel there is still room for change in perception.

9. Ten years from now, where do you go to the progressive women of Pakistan to see?
A decade of the job, I would like to see women take on roles in all walks of life, exuding confidence and self-reliance.

10. What makes a woman beautiful?
Inner beauty is what makes a woman beautiful in the true sense of the word.

11. What defines beauty and glamor in your opinion?
Individuality and confidence

12. How do you feel a part of L’Oreal?
I know that is chosen by L’Oreal Paris is a lifelong experience as a brand known by the crème-da-la-cream to choose from all over the world. It is an honor and I feel great prestige.

13. Do you have a personal goals you hope to achieve by the brand spokesperson for L’Oreal, how do you want to use this platform?
One of my personal goals is to be recognized as an exceptional makeup artist / stylist in the region and is a spokesman for L’Oreal Paris will add a considerable difference between me and the rest of the match.

14. What is the most exciting and challenging aspect of the part of the largest cosmetic and beauty brand in the world?
Deputies represent a mark accomplished an enormous responsibility on individuals. One has to maintain the aura of excellence in the brand form.

15. To what extent do you think you can Pakistani culture and beauty, which a spokesman for L’Oreal Paris brand?
Pakistan has a distinct culture and extraordinary beauty. Preserving our cultural values, I am confident in introducing Pakistani beauty in a prestigious platform of elegance.

16. Given the problems of the country is facing today, you think you can use this platform to a positive message about international?
I am a true patriot and I lose no opportunity to project a positive image of Pakistan. I will definitely take this platform to further the cause.

17. If you meet a good cause, which would you choose to pick?
Education, hands down.

18. You have amassed so much success and praise in your field, what would your message to the young women of our country?
The youth of today is the custodian of tomorrow. There is so much talent in Pakistan. Not allow anyone to submit your ability and talent. Stay focused, pragmatic and convince yourself you can do.

19. What is your favorite L’Oréal Paris product?
Diamond Glam Shine Lip Gloss by L’Oreal Paris.

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