Mangaluru: Mangalore Ladies Beauty Association members visited Mother Theresa Ashram-Falnir recently and did free service- hair cuts to the Ashram people. Inmates of the Ashram got a surprise gift -not sweets, not clothes, not food, instead a unique gift, nice sexy hairdos from a bevy of local hairstylists. From a perfect hairdo, polished nail care and gorgeous “make-up”, the women of the Ashram had a extreme makeover, and they all looked gorgeous in their new hairdo.
The dozen of ladies of MLBA really did put a smile on these less fortunate women, who were anticipating to look pretty in their new hair-style. President of MLBA, Sonia D’Leema said, ” We wanted to give these women something special, and we thought that transforming their present hairstyle into something trendy would bring some joy and smile in them- and they all did like their new hairdos. We are glad that we made them happy”
President Sonia D’Lima, ,Treasurer Mercy Veena D’Souza, Committee Members Priya, Meena Mamatha, along with other association members were part of this unique project. This project is one of the many projects that the association has done since their inception- the main objective of forming their association with like minded beauty parlour owners was to fulfill their motto and showcase their unity, by establishing this Association with an objective to unite the beauty parlour owners in and around Mangalore to achieve their motto and solve our problems.
The main objective of MLBA is to provide better quality of life, and create awareness about health and hygiene in girls and thereby improve their beauty. The members of the Association firmly believe and think that after couple of years of hard work, they have fulfilled fulfill their objectives and motto. Speaking more on their association, D’Leema said, ” The Salient features of our objectives/motto are :To unite the girls and providing them with opportunities to exhibit their skills; Providing a platform for the girls to showcase their abilities; To strive for the up-liftment of those involved in the trade without any monetary benefits; To organise training programmes and workshops to beauticians to develop their skills; and striving for the well being of women and girls”.