Helwi El Hayet’s episode 1

We are finally back on LBCI and LBCEurope…You can get back to your daily ritual and tune in from Monday till Friday at 15h00 till 16h30 to find Carla Haddad, Carla Younes, Afaf Damaa and Elise Farah.

Our first episode kicked in with a special Easter episode with the head of the Saint-Rafqa choir Sister Marana Saad who brought with her the angelic voices of the children in her choir and shared with us her feelings and way of teaching religious canticles to these children.

We kept on the show on a music note with the organizer of the Ertijal festival Sherif Sahnaoui that gathers the best composers and singers from Lebanon and the Middle-East.

Our next guest was the member of the BETA organisation Mona Khoury who talked about the “colored chick” that invade the roads during the Easter season. We talked about the poor state of these chicks that suffer from the toxins of paint as well as being separated from their mothers. However, these chicks can be very unhealthy and it is medically proved that they can transfer many virus that can harm your life.

As usual we hosted fashion and image consultant Maya el-Tal who talked about the trendy summer fashion. She gave 11 ideas to spice up our closet:

1- Neon colors

2- High waist (70’s and 80’s trends)

3- Short and cropped tops

4- Plisse skirts and dresses

5- Prints inspired from nature, geometric forms and ethnic prints.

6- Ruffles

7- Floral

8- Lace

9- Pastel colors

10- Glossy and metallic

11- Sporty look

Our next guests were Vincent Fayad and Nathalie Tamer that talked about the upcoming LAU Rally paper under the name “Value Life’ to shed the light on the importance of life and the dangers of living life in a reckless way.

Hope you enjoyed our episode today.

Love,

Helwi El Hayet

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About helwielhayet

Helwi el-Hayet discusses your favorite topics every week day at 4:30 p.m. Beirut time. From fashion to psychology to books to art to nutrition to cooking and coaching (and much, much more), Helwi el-Hayet is here to shed light on the latest trends and to share with you reports, interviews and recipes from Lebanon and the region!
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