社会结构迫使她将自己的角色归于传统的性别角色(Hamid et al. 2011)。如果她不遵守，她可能会面临任何贬低她的标签，这将损害她的社会地位。在外面的世界里，妇女有义务重新发挥其传统性别的作用，以符合社会道德。对外层世界内被禁止的行为所提到的公共机构，以自由的方式在妇女受害者的这种未知世界中进行探索。美容院提供了一个舒适的区域，强调女性的团结，以及从她们被认为是自卑的心理上的集体解放(Grami 2013)。它被认为是一个空间，在这个空间中，女性被自己定义在一个不那么受限制的环境中，同时在这个环境的过程中挑战女性的外在话语。焦糖女性被认为是现代的，因为她们没有被排除在公共空间之外，她们可以按照自己的意愿穿着和社交，但她们的行为方式仍然有限制。
The structure of society forces her to ascribe to a role of gender traditionally (Hamid et al. 2011). She might face any kind of derogatory label which will cost her societal status if she does not comply. In the charted world of outside, there is an obligation over women to reprise their role of traditional gender for living up to the societal morality. The prohibited conduct as referred to the public institutions within the outer world is explored in a free manner within such uncharted world of victims that are female. The beauty parlor provides with a zone of comfort with an emphasis on the solidarity of female along with collective liberation from their supposed inferiority that is psychological in nature (Grami 2013). It is considered to be a space wherein the women are defined by themselves within a locale that is less restrictive along with challenging the femininity outer discourses within its process. The Caramel women can be considered as modern as they have not been excluded among the public space and they are allowed to dress and socialize as per their will, still there are limitations on the manner in which they behave.
Labaki women are considered to be only possessions of psychological manner that are controlled through cultural, familial and/or patriarchal institutions. As national boundaries reproducers, these women are restricted to the codes of socio-cultural for maintaining national dignity that they are representing. The relationships of the women are challenged and require decision making on the part of their own. Rejection was faced by Layale from her married lover while Nisrine tried to find ways for faking virginity and an elegant lady is suggested to trim her hair that are beautifully characteristic by Rime (Garcia 2013). It is found to be evident that the concern of gender within Arab society places various and unrealistic limitations from the new born girls to older women that dictates the manner in which they should behave and the constant challenges that the family, society and other institutions place on the women drives their scope of personal choice short and seeks their alignment with the traditional feminine image.