Hijab is an everyday use clothing item for Muslim women that covers their head. Tying a hijab can be a bit intimidating and might look like a complex procedure. Also, if you are a regular hijab wearer, you would like to know about new ways you can easily tie your hijab while looking chic. In today’s article, I will share some ways about How to Tie a Hijab in Easy and Stylish Way. These stylish ways of wearing a hijab are not only very trendy, but will also be perfect for students, working women, for a casual stroll, functions and events. Don’t forget to mention down below in the comments whether you prefer a hijab made of silk material or viscose?
What is Hijab?
Hijab is derived from an Arabic word, which means barrier or partition. Hijab is a piece of cloth that Muslim women wear around their head to cover their hair while going outside. Hundreds and thousands of Muslim women around the world practice wearing the Hijab or the headscarf to follow the Islamic principle of covering their heads. A hijab is supposed to be a long and wide enough fabric to cover your hair, ears, neck, as well as chest.
Hijab is not only a necessity, but also a fashion statement for Muslim women. For special occasions, women like wearing hijab in vibrant hues, made from satin or silk materials. These hijabs are also adorned with headpieces, brooches, and other stylish accessories to make them festive appropriate. There are countless ways you can tie a hijab and it all comes down to your preference. A hijab can be tied as loose or as tight around your head as you like. Hijabs are worn with all types of outfits, including trousers, shalwar suits, saris, skirts, formal wear, abayas, and even bridal gowns.
Why do Muslim Women Wear Hijab?
In Islam, Muslims are ordered by Allah to guard their chastity and lower their graze when they come across the other gender. Among other religious obligations in Islam, it is important to always dress modestly. Along with the decent clothing that doesn’t showcase their curves, Muslim women are ordered to observe a veil when they go out. As to protect themselves from the gaze of others. A veil should be a piece of clothing that covers the head, ears, and neck, like the hijab. Hijab is considered as one of the best ways of covering the head while leaving the house.
Why do Muslim Women Cover their Hair?
Other than the Islamic religion, there are many religions out there, where women practice covering of their heads. Especially, while performing religious practices and prayers. These religions include Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and others. However, it is common for a non-believer to ponder as to why do Muslim women cover their hair? The answer to that is simple. In the Islamic religion and even in the Quran, it is mentioned multiple times for Muslim women to dress modestly. Along with the covering of their heads with a veil when they go out. The veil is a piece of fabric that should cover your hair, ears, neck, and chest. Hence, the reason that Muslim women cover their hair.
Different Ways to Tie a Scarf
In this part of the article, how to tie a hijab in easy and stylish way. I will be sharing 15 different hijab styles that you can try out, which will make you look very fashionable. They will be suitable for casual wear, as well as to be styled for formal occasions. To try out these hijab styles, all you need are some hijab pins, safety pins, an under cap, a hijab of your liking, and any hijab accessory you want to style with it.
This is one of the easiest hijab styles that will only require 2 to 3 minutes. Pin the hijab in the back, take one side of the hijab and overlay it over your head. Now you will be left with two almost equal length sides of hijab. Tie them in a knot in the back to give a finished look.
Easy and fashionable hijab wearing ideas
For this hijab style, pin up the hijab under your neck with one side longer than the other. Take the longer side and wrap it around your neck. Adjust to give layers to the hijab around the neck area.
Have a look at this hijab style, it can be achieved in a few easy steps. Start by pining the two sides of the hijab under your neck. Take one side and wrap it around your head to the other side. Take the other end around your neck and pin it on the side of your head. Pleat the hijab to give a more chic look.
This easy hijab style is summer-friendly. Put the hijab on your head in a way where one side is shorter than the other. Take the shorter end and bring it under your head to the other side. Take the longer end and wrap it once around the shorter end. Then, wrap the longer end around the head, bring it to the front, and tie it with the shorter end on the side.
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Wrap the hijab around your head in a way where one side is shorter. Hold the shorter side and pin it on the opposite side of the head. Take the longer end and loosely wrap it around the head while pinning it to the side.
For this hijab style, take one side of the hijab and pin it over the head. Take the other side of the hijab and pin it around the neck. Now twist the hijab and set it over your head. Pin the hijab accordingly.
For this comprehensive hijab look, take a plain colored hijab and pin it under your neck. Now take a floral print headscarf and tie it around your head in a bow. Take one side of the hijab and wrap it around your neck while wrapping the other end around your head.
For this princess style hijab, pin both ends of the hijab under your neck. Take one end of the hijab and pin it at the back of your neck. Take the other end of the hijab and pin both sides of it on the top of your head.
Here is the summer-friendly hijab style which can be achieved in 2 easy steps, by pinning the hijab on the back of your neck. Take one side and loosely wrap it around your neck. You can now pin it accordingly.
How to Tie a Hijab in Easy and Stylish Way
For this hijab style, take the hijab and lay it flat over your head, with one side longer than the other. Give a twist to both ends at the back of your neck. Take one end and pin it at the top of your head by adding pleats to it. Take the other end by wrapping it around your neck and pin it on the side of your head.
Wear a head cap that covers your neck as well. Take a hijab and pin it near your ear. Loosely wrap it around your head. Now bring the other loose end forward by twisting it through the wrapped area.
This hijab look can be achieved by pinning the hijab on the sides of your neck. Take one side and pin it on the other side while covering your chest area. Take the other end and wrap it around your neck. Compliment this hijab look by pairing it with a statement necklace.
This hijab style will be perfect to create with hijabs made from viscose material. Pin the hijab under your neck. Take one side of the hijab and overlap it on your head to the other side. Bring the other end to the other side by wrapping it around your neck and pinning it on the side of your head.
For this no pin hijab look, overlap the two sides of the hijab in the front and bring the ends towards the opposite side in the back. Now bring the two sides of the hijab and knot them in the front and hide it under the layered front of the hijab.
How to Tie a Hijab
For this turban style hijab, twist the hijab once on the back of your head and twice on the side of your head. Now knot the hijab on the back of your head and adjust the ruffles to give a polished look.
Note: Most of these images are sourced from Google and other similar platforms. It was impossible to find their original sources. All the due credits go to the ladies who created these wonderful hijab looks. Let us know if any of the image belongs to you :)
If you want to check out more easy and stylish ways to pin up a hijab, I have a few other informative articles on the blog as well. Check my article on 21+ Beautiful Hijabi Girl Styles and Scarf Wearing Ideas for stylish hijab styles. Also, give a read to 23+ Hijab Styling Tutorials for Students and Working Ladies.
I hope you all enjoyed going through the article on how to tie a hijab in easy and stylish way. Let me know in the comments, which of these hijab looks were your favorite?
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