WATCH: Young engineer Muhammad gets a stylish makeover by Glam Squad

WATCH: Young engineer Muhammad gets a stylish makeover by Glam Squad

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

The Glam Squad is back with its fourth episode featuring 30-year-old Muhammad Najir, an engineer by profession who also happens to be a fashion blogger.

Muhammad approached the dynamic duo, Gigi and Jorge, seeking to add a fresh touch to his modish looks.

As a fashion enthusiast, Muhammad is eager to receive wardrobe and grooming advice from Gigi and Jorge, who invite him to Armani Exchange to kick-start the exciting transformation journey!

With an already athletic and well-maintained frame, Muhammad is the perfect candidate for this edition that highlights how changes in attire, accessories, and hair can boost one’s overall appearance.

Armani Exchange serves as the perfect place for Muhammad’s makeover as the brand offers a wide selection of trendy clothing and accessories infused in elegance and style. Each item comes with highly impressive attention to detail, which adds to the brand’s charm.

Based on Muhammad’s personality and his lifestyle, the fashion duo recommend a range of styles for Muhammad to experiment with before finalizing an uber cool outfit that is uplifted with the grooming service he receives at the Dromedary Club in Al Sadd.

For a super stylish and classy new look, Jorge decides to take Muhammad for his hair, beard, and nail grooming to the Dromedary Club before meeting Gigi for the final reveal.

Follow Muhammad’s transformation with your own eyes and let us know what you think! You could have the chance to be next!

Keep track of the Glam Squad's journey ahead as it connects you to the world of glamor.

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