With EID almost around the corner, we thought this is the perfect time to step up our Hijab game. Although every woman has her own way of draping her Hijab daily, but occasions like EID definitely call for a stylish new way for that edgy look.
But before we get into the various style you can get your Hijab style bang-on, you must know the type of Hijab that’ll look best on your face. Let’s take a look.
Hijab Styling Ideas
When picking your Hijabs, you must always take care of the texture of the cloth. In case you are going for a transparent or translucent fabric, wear a cloth underneath to hold your hair in place, and then tie the actual Hijab. You can also accessorise your Hijab with Matha Patti and brooches, or simply go for pearls to add a royal touch. Here are Hijab styles that you must follow this season!
1. Ponytail styled Hijab:
Simply tie your Hijab like a scarf but on one side like a ponytail. The trick is to leave one end of the Hijab hanging loosely on your shoulder and making sure your jewellery – earrings and necklace get enough visibility.
2. Front tie Hijab:
This one gives an entirely different look to your Hijab. All you need to do is tie the Hijab in front instead of at the back of your head. The result is like a lovely rose on your forehead. It gives a very modern look and looks absolutely chic.
3. Braided Hijab:
This is another fantastic Hijab look. The braided Hijab lets you get creative. You can drape the Hijab in the front and then use the remaining piece to braid it out and then tuck it at the back. Not only does it look great, but it stays secure in its place.
4. Criss cross style Hijab:
If you have a small face, go for this Hijab style. First timers may find it a bit difficult to get it right, but once perfected, this style looks splendid. You can also add a little brooch or accessory to adorn the Hijab.
5. Crown style hijab:
This hijab draping style looks pretty much like a turban. To uplift the funky element, you can consider getting the fabric of different textures and colours. For those with a long neck, this is probably the best hijab style.
6. Scarf style hijab:
Here the idea is to wear your hijab in a manner as if you are wrapping a scarf around your hair and neck. Remember to leave one end open.
7. Accessories to add that bling:
Do not forget to accessorise your Hijab with Matha Patti and brooches. For that subtle royal touch, you can also go for pearls. Also, you must check out the latest women’s ethnic wear offers on Couponraja to find exclusive ethnic wear collection for this festive occasion.