In less than a year, 1.1 million MINAZ Hijab headscarves were sold… Amyra Rosli feels lucky

In less than a year, 1.1 million MINAZ Hijab headscarves were sold… Amyra Rosli feels lucky

MINAZ BRAND Hijab which was introduced in August last year has sold more than 1.1 million pieces.

Even through the campaign introduced by highlighting a series of local artists such as Kilafairy, Nora Danish, Nelydia Senrose and the latest Amyra Rosli, the brand continues to captivate many fans of cotton pom -poms.

Looking at the current sales figures, the target to sell two million lids is not something that is impossible.

The founder and CEO of MINAZ Hijab, Hafiza Abd Hamid or better known as Pija MINAZ said they continue to be optimistic in providing a variety of affordable hijab options with premium quality to women.

“We never give up giving the best to the fans and lovers of this brand’s legacy.

“This collection of ‘cotton’ pom -poms priced at RM29 only is still of high quality with packaging comparable to premium brands.

“At the same time, we are still determined to continue our efforts to achieve the mission of helping more housewives and families generate additional income and get up to live better,” he said, who has helped more than 4,000 agents and stockists throughout Malaysia.

Ahead of the Hari Raya Aidiladha celebration which will be celebrated on July 10, the brand continues to strengthen its influence and legacy by highlighting the MINAZ Blooming Adha 2022 collection, Kembara Cinta.

The beautiful actress and host, Amyra was chosen to be the face of the campaign representative.

“It will be launched on June 25 at 8pm (tonight) at and can be purchased from stockists and registered agents nationwide.

“Inspiration was taken from Middle Eastern countries through my travels to countries such as Turkey, Mecca and Medina.

“The special thing about this collection is that it is equipped with the main details taken from the form of structures and monuments in the country that are combined with flowers – flowers through the environment and atmosphere there.

“The color selection was also chosen in line with the environment in the Middle East which is more ‘earthy’ and natural. The collection this time is also present in a sedondon edition for mothers and children at the request of many, “she said.

Choosing Amyra, the brand is optimistic with the direction and concept presented.

“Now, Amyra’s face and personality are seen to coincide with the concept of Kembara Cinta.

“Her sweet eastern face adds to the charm of the politeness and politeness side.

“The collection featured this time is also more natural concept and sketches of floral motifs outside the box than usual,” she said.

Meanwhile, Amyra considers the brand’s edited sustenance as a meaningful gift.

After her own health was tested due to a mysterious illness, Amar Baharin’s wife’s emotions were disturbed when her second child, Ayra Aryssa, was tested for a blood vessel inflammatory disease known as Kawasaki.

“Despite all the bitterness and struggle, I have sweetness. In the hustle and bustle of hosting Nona and focusing on the family, I who was a corn year as a lawyer was recognized at the Reader’s Digest Trusted Brands and People Awards.

“Then, luck came when MINAZ offered cooperation for this campaign,” said Amyra.

The owner of the full name, Nur Amira Izzati Rosli is interested in the theme highlighted by the hijab brand.

“Kembara Cinta, which was chosen for this Hajj campaign, seems to accurately translate what I have gone through for more than 13 years in the art league.

“Even when tested, I realized a lot of love and self -love,” said Amyra.

source – wilayahku

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