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Friday, 1 February 2013

Hijab Style For Round Face

Hijab Style Round Face
Hijab style for round face


Hijab Style For FAce Shape

Hijab tips for round face
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Women with round faces should not wear undercaps/underscarves/bonnets that are pulled down over their forehead as it shortens a round face incredibly. Round faces need length, so if you do wear an undercap you need have it hidden. I have a round face and I always make my hijab start at the very beginning of my hairline - try it, it will make use of the length you have. By doing this and by also framing the scarf close over the cheekbone area of your face, you can create the illusion of an oval shape.

Round faces should also avoid the Egyptian/Spanish hijab styles that expose the neck, especially if you have a double chin or chubby face in general (no matter what your face shape). It doesn't flatter at all and just makes you look like a fatty turtle head as it puts the focus straight on any chunkiness you have in that area. These styles only really look good on people who have a slender neck. Short necked people in general should stay away from this particular style as well.

Thursday, 10 May 2012

Hijab Fashion

Women can enjoy hijab fashion within the Islamic law. Hijab fashion may vary by fabric, seasonal styles and accessories. It is instructed in the Quran for muslim women, that they must cover their heads and chest. This way the Quran establishes hijab.

It is usually the scarf or veil that a woman adores on her head, neck and chest. Not only it identifies a woman as Muslim but also protects her from sexual harassment.

Traditionally, hijab style is similar to wearing a pashmina shawl. It usually consists of an under-scarf and a scarf. There are varieties of fabrics, colors and prints that are used to complement hijab fashion, and it is worn with different methods of wrapping. While looking for a hijab you can go for underscarves that complement the outer veil. It is your liking for colors and print that is reflected in the scarves. In hijab fashion, the colors of the scarves are also determined by seasons or the occasion.

Many hijabs are adorned with pins to hold fabric in place. In order to drape the fabric, you can use a plain scarf and fold it over in such a way that the scarf points downward on your back. It should not be folded in half; rather it should be folded in about one-third. Now it should be wrapped evenly over your head and pinned together under chin. Then pull it from one side over and across your opposite side. Pull it now gently over your back-head. Use a pin to hold it in place at the crown of your head. The front corner should be pulled up to your left shoulder and hold in place with the help of a pin.

For those who prefer patterned fabric, they should pin one front side to the shoulder when the scarf is draped over the head. Thereafter the other side of the scarf should be pulled up to your opposite cheek. Using a decorative pin, it should be clipped in place.

Different Muslim societies have different laws of hijab. Under Saudi Law that is rather rigid in following Islamic law, women are required to wear hijab, full black cloaks and face veils with two slits for eyes. In other less rigid countries, women are neither forced to nor banned from wearing hijab. Due to this reason, in Jordan this attire is used more as a hijab fashion than a religious obligation.

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Simple Hijab Tutorial

Hijabs can be elegant and beautiful. Although there are many ways to wear the hijab, the following instructions are for one of the most simple and widely used hijab styles.

1. Place a large scarf, shawl or pashmina (about 4 feet in length) over the top of your head. Leave one side hanging longer than the other.

2. Hold the front ends of the scarf level with your neck and pull them together behind your neck until they meet.

3. Without letting go of the two edges of the scarf, use a safety pin to connect them snugly yet comfortably behind your neck.

4. Taking hold of the end of the longer side of the scarf, wrap it under your chin and then over your head, flipping the rest of it to the other side of your head so that it hangs just past shoulder level.

5. Connect the part of the scarf that you have brought over the top of the head to the part of the scarf that is wrapped around the neck using a pin.

Friday, 16 March 2012

Modern Hijab Styles

Modern Hijab Styles
Modern Hijab Styles

Modern Hijab Styles
Modern Hijab Styles

Modern Muslim Clothing
Modern Muslim Hijab Styles

Modern Hijab Fashion
Modern Muslim Clothing

Modern Hijab Fashion
Modern Hijab Fashion

To the onlooker all head gear seems to look the same, in particular when you begin to generalize and stereotype all women wearing hijabs as one of a kind. However the truth cannot be farther than that. As with any other form of dressing patterns, the hijabs have many variations and styles that are based on many factors. These include geographical region, religious sect and social status of the wearer.

Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Hijab Styles For Summer


Blue dress with hijab

Hijab Styles For Summer
Hijab Styles For Summer

Hijab Styles For Summer
Hijab Styles For Summer

Hijab Styles For Summer
Hijab Styles For Summer

Hijab Styles For Summer
Hijab Styles For Summer

Hijab Styles For Summer

Wearing the hijab is a sign of modesty within Muslim culture. With this style of dress, only the face and hands are left visible. The hijab itself is a set of two scarves that is worn to cover the hair and neck. In the warmer months, women may achieve a more summery look by choosing light, colorful scarves and tying them in unique ways.

Loose & Light : Hijab Styles For Summer

You can create a loose, billowy feel while still remaining completely covered. Start by donning a full underscarf, ensuring that your neck is completely covered. Select a light shawl that has a lot of length. Place the shawl over your head so that one end is much longer than the other. Once you have arranged the lengths to your liking, pin the shawl in place even with both brow lines. Allowing the shorter end to remain hanging, draw the long end of the shawl loosely under the jaw so that it hangs down to the base of the neck (hence the need for a full undescarf). Bring it all the way around your head, then pin it in place with the same pin you previously used.

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