When we first started this blog we knew that maybe one day we would be able to do important things. Things that regular people would never be able to do. Scoops that other blogs would only dream of getting. I just had no idea this day would come so soon.
Earlier this decade a new “beauty” salon opened for ladies somewhere in Al-Rig3y Area. Soon after this salon became one of the most succesful beauty salons in, not only Kuwait, but the region. Thank you Kuwaiti ladies. It didn’t stop there, petitions were written on forums asking for more ‘Lamsat’ in their area. One woman from Khobar wrote on a popular forum post pleading to the owners “احنا ما عرفنا الجمال الى من بعدكم”.
There is no denying it anymore, the place is massively successful. The people continued to defend it. Some again were quoted talking about the salon’s shear minimalist style and how it struck a cord with many of the elegant ladies of the region. The word “simple” was then used to describe the place and haters will continue to hate. This is when I was sure that the women who went there were clearly on PCP.
It’s shear minimalist style struck a cord with many of the elegant ladies of the region
I knew that before I could take on a project like this I needed to do some researcH. It was clear that the salon was popular, but what kind of economical and sociological effects, if any did the establishment have on Kuwait? Was it all heresy? did the place actually produce these changes? I started looking at specific dates that correlated to Lamsat fan events and what I found left me speechless.
Soon after this advertisement aired on national TV a large number of Kuwaiti men had decided to become gay. Is this a coincidence? The evidence seems to support no coincidences regarding this massive conversion. The number was also consistant with reruns of the ad through out, as the graph spikes at the very exact days the ad was shown. Later, the effects seem to resurface, after some research, I found out that that was when the advertisement was published to youtube.
But lets put science aside and lets look at even more incriminating hard evidence. Feast your eyes on exhibit ‘A’ below.
If we were to take exhibit ‘a’ and ‘b’ as examples of where lamsat fan looks are going, we can safely assume that the image below could easily fit in their 2012 collection.
I looked and I looked many of their models seem to lose their very humanity, aside from their souls, as soon as the “artist” adds their touch to their face. Everything seemed overly exaggerated and just offensive to the eyes. But one of them was just too special. She was … horrifying.
The stylists in Lamsat fan also strive on introducing “timely” and “fashionable” … ok I’ll stop otherwise I’ll have to put quotation marks on every word in this post. Anyway, it seems one of the stylists had seen Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan and soon after I had come to a new realization about their movie and theme based styles.
There is no denying it anymore. Lamsat fan, regardless of whether or not you agree with their style, is a menace to society. Not only is this place an offensive disgrace to sensibility and mildness as a whole, it is without a doubt the worst thing to happen to Kuwait since the 1990 invasion.
But in the end maybe Lamesat fan isn’t to blame. If someone setup a shop where they sold smelly socks and succeeded, then maybe we shouldn’t blame the person who sold the smelly socks. Maybe we should lay the blame squarely at the people who made this person successful. So successful he/she/it now sells smelly socks in 12 different shops in Kuwait and 5 others abroad.
For shame Kuwaiti women. For shame.