This is the name of a beauty salon in the Bay Ridge, Brooklyn area. In Arabic it means “for your beauty” and has already become a sanctuary for Muslim women in New York. The establishment offers a broad range of aesthetic services from hairdressing to personal care. Since its opening, Le’Jemalik has already attracted different clients, both Muslim and Jewish, but it is in fact a “space for all women”, the owner stresses. “I have had clients of other religions who have been enthusiastic about the parlour” says the young 37-year-old whose dream has come true at last.
St. Peter’s Square
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