nenasa beauty salon and beauty box salon in a shopping mall in a remote village in eastern Nepal.
Photo: Nenasa, Courtesy of Nenas Beauty Salon and Beauty Box Salon in a Shopping Mall in a Remote Village in Eastern Nepal.
Nenasa has been operating for more than 25 years.
It was founded by an Indonesian man, who is now the country’s ambassador to the United States, as a way to make money through the art of beauty.
The salon is the second-oldest salon in Nepal, following the famous Shambhala.
Its first store opened in 1988, and now it’s operated by five people, including a manager, two stylists and an assistant.
The shop, which opened with about 300 customers, sells nail art, beauty supplies, nail polish and cosmetics, and is open 24 hours a day.
The decor at the salon.
Photo courtesy of Neneas Beauty Parlour in a Shambhal Market in a Small Town in Eastern Nepalese.
The two-story salon offers a full range of products and services including nail art and nail polishes, manicures, pedicures, and more.
It is located at a shopping center in a small village in Eastern Kathmandu.
The shop also sells handmade goods such as hand-crafted china and glassware, hand-painted ceramic bowls, and jewelry.
Neneas is owned by the Shambhuas, a Buddhist clan that lives in the area.
The Shambhis own a small community and are not afraid to make their presence felt, said Nenaskar Lal, the president of NENas.
They have a special interest in their community, Lal said.
Lal said he was told about the salon by a local who was looking for a salon to help him open a new salon.
“They said, ‘Look, you have a place where we can get a few nails, so come and look.
You can work here.’
And he did,” Lal said, adding that Neneaas opened on March 4, with a limited number of customers.
The staff at Nenasu, a nail salon in the small village of Hapak, which is home to the Shambo tribe.
Photo by Neneasy, Neneasa.
Lala said the salon has two main offices.
One, which offers manicures and pedicure services, is located in the main building.
The other, a one-story shop, sells cosmetics and nail products.
Lalam said the Shamba community in Nepal has a large population and the Shams are very good at dealing with the community.
“We have people from all walks of life,” he said.
He added that there are also a lot of young people coming to the area to earn money.
He said Neneasu offers a wide range of services including pedicurys, manicure services and manicure treatments, as well as nail art lessons and manicures.
The Neneasi’s main shop, located at the main entrance to the shop, is one of the shops that the shop manager, Nenashu, has been working on for more years.
The salon manager says he was inspired to start the salon after seeing a video of a woman in Nepal who had been working at a beauty salon in her village.
“I was inspired by that video.
So I decided to start a salon in this area,” Lal told The Wall St. Journal.
He said he started the salon as a hobby and has since worked at it full-time.
Lam said the beauty salon at Neneashu’s shop.
Photo and Neneashi, Courtesy Neneaskar, NENAS.
The owner of NENEAS, Neniashu Nenay, says that there is a need for more salon owners in the country.
“It is the main reason for opening this salon.
Because of the beauty industry in Nepal.
The women are in desperate straits,” he told The WSJ.”
It is an issue of affordability.
So many women in Nepal have no place to go to work,” he added.
Nenawas salon, located in a shambhal market in the village of Pahwa.
Photo Courtesy of Hepa, Courtesy the Nenai Shambhi Village.
According to Nenanna, the beauty market is a key source of income for the Shamas.
Neneam says the salon is working to provide a better living environment for the community, as it is the only place where they can get basic necessities such as food.
He also said that they will be hiring more staff, as they are struggling to pay their bills.
NENAWAS salon has been able to hire around 20 workers, he said, and will also be looking for additional staff to help the shop.
The owner said he is also looking to expand the salon to serve tourists.
The manager of Nena