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Dagmar Koczelańska, is the founder and co-director of "Wet" magazine, a publication for the global vivastreet pakistani beauty and beauty-related industries. Dagmar started her career in publishing and public relations as an editor at the magazine magazine "Wet", but soon realized that the opportunities in this industry were not the same as in her previous career in publishing. She was eventually able to found and run "Wet" magazine, which has since published more than 60 articles on beauty, beauty-related topics and media. Dagmar is active in the Polish media as well, as she is the founder of "Sława" newspaper, a weekly magazine about Polish cultural and creative products. She is also the co-founder of Polish beauty blog "Wet Polish Beauty" and is a writer for a Polish magazine. For the last two years, Dagmar has been living in Toronto, Canada where she runs "Beauty and Biz" salon, which is dedicated to giving clients all the beauty tips they want and providing the tools they need to do that. Dagmar loves to share her beauty knowledge and stories with others, and she sex dating bristol also enjoys helping others learn about their own beauty journeys. Dagmar is also the co-owner of a successful online beauty blog and business, "Wet Polish Beauty." In her spare time, Dagmar enjoys running her beauty business and doing her best to provide her clients with great experiences, advice and inspiration.


Nina was born in Poland in 1988 and was raised in Berlin, Germany. When she was 18 years old, she moved to the United sweedish men States to attend college. After graduating from college, she spent five years living in Paris, France. Since then, she has returned to Poland to pursue her studies, but is not yet ready to return to her hometown. Currently, she lives in San Francisco, CA with her husband, son, and dog, and is trying her best to finish her graduate studies.

How did you get into beauty?

I have always loved makeup. My father gave me a big makeup bag when I was 5 years old. He told me that I was lucky to have something like it in the world. I went to my first beauty school when I was 10 years old. I was fascinated with the concept of the beauty industry, and loved the way they looked at women and their appearances. I was also a bit intimidated by what I could see on the television. I was the same way in terms of what I wanted to look like. I think I was quite the tomboy back then. I remember being very scared of girls. If I saw a girl I liked, I had a pretty good idea of what to expect, because I would know they had good grades and a nice figure. I had no problems meeting girls, although I did often take them to see their fathers. I was lucky. I knew that girls were very attracted to me. I didn't get the usual creepy, dirty old man. I just met beautiful girls. So when I met a girl I liked and was really impressed with, I would leave the bar and go home with her. A few times I did, and it worked out. We started dating and I was always surprised by the amount of sexual energy we had. We would go to the beach, and she would show me her panties. She would make me do a dance. It was fun to see her do this. We would hang out for hours on end. After we had been together a while, we decided we wanted to go on a trip together. We planned to do a few dates but after a few dates we ended up dating more. She started showing me her pakistan bikini. After a month or so of dating we started to date again. Her pakistan bikini would make me blush every time I saw it. It was the perfect bikini.

We were married and went to Indonesia in April 2013. My son was born in September. At the time I was very stressed about my husband's job and his work ethic. But in the end I still love him. His work ethic, dedication and dedication to me is what makes our family so happy. His attitude and energy are what I am very grateful for and what makes my husband happy. Our Indonesian honeymoon in September 2013 in the jungle was the best trip I have ever had and one of the best moments of my life. It was beautiful, relaxing, exciting muslims marriage and a life changing experience. I would do it all over again in a heartbeat if I were to be able indian matrimonial sites in canada to do it again.

As I mentioned before, one of the hardest things about dating Muslim men in pakistan is finding a way to explain to edmonton muslim them that my religion, our faith, our way of living, our culture and customs don't mean to harm them. I can be very sensitive to being mistaken as a Muslim by many, especially in pakistan where there is a large number of women with Muslim backgrounds and a very strong sense of Muslim identity. A lot of my female friends in Pakistan have had to explain to me how they felt being in pakistan as a Muslim women and how to describe themselves. My husband doesn't really get this, he's just as offended as I am and thinks I'm just crazy. However, he is not entirely wrong. So I've been explaining to him that he should respect the customs uae girls of my faith and not make assumptions about what it means to be a Muslim and how to do it. I tell him about how I was at a khateeb restaurant in Pakistan where we had the khateeb feast and they took the traditional Islamic head dress for a day and then put a hijab on me.