Zayn Maliks sister Waliyha asks for help with eyebrow emergency in lockdown – Mirror Online

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Zayn Malik’s sister asked her Instagram followers if anyone could help ‘do her eyebrows’ – despite the UK being in lockdown.

Walihya, 22, took to social media to ask for help with her beauty ’emergency’.

Sharing a snap of her silver puffer jacket resting on a car seat, Walihya wrote alongside it: “Does anyone know anyone who can do my eyebrows today? It’s an emergency.”

Beauticians have been forced to close their doors as part of the regulations for England’s third lockdown.

(Image: Instagram)
(Image: Instagram)

Government guidelines state: “Personal care facilities such as hair, beauty, tanning and nail salons. Tattoo parlours, spas, massage parlours, body and skin piercing services must also close. These services should not be provided in other people’s homes.”

Waliyha’s post comes after she made headlines in December over reports her wedding to ex convict Junaid Khan had to be broken up by police as more than 40 guests were in attendance.

According to the Mail Online, the wedding took place at the home of another of Zayn’s sisters, Saffa, in Bradford.

Bradford was in Tier 3 at the time, meaning wedding ceremonies could take place with up to 15 people but wedding receptions were banned.

Waliyha looked stunning in her wedding dress
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Singer Zayn did not attend the ceremony, choosing to remain in the US with partner Gigi Hadid and their newborn daughter.

Instead Gigi sent a message to Waliyha, telling the bride: “Wish I could be there so happy for u. Big love x.”

According to reports, police officers arrived at the house at around 6pm after being called by the neighbours.

The sister of One Direction star Zayn Malik tied the knot with Junaid Khan
(Image: waliyha.azad/Instagram)
The pair married in December – when Bradford was in Tier 3 restrictions
(Image: waliyha.azad/Instagram)

West Yorkshire police confirmed that a number of people were issued with fixed penalty notices.

A spokesman told MailOnline: “Police attended an address just after 6pm on Saturday evening following a report of a large party.

“A group of people were fined inside the address and fixed penalty notices were issued as a breach of coronavirus restrictions had been committed.”

 

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