Understanding the Hijab
A hijab is the fabric that covers the head with the exception of the face for Muslim women. Hijabs are available in different sizes through the traditional ones are 45, 48 and 52 inches. They also come in different shapes such as triangular, square and rectangular. The different hijabs will be suited for different occasions. When looking for a hijab you also need to be aware that they are made of different fabrics.
The different fabrics include cotton, rayon, chiffon, silk and polyester, and different women have a preference for certain fabrics for reasons of comfort among reasons. There are hijabs that will come with a combination of fabrics. The most traditional colors for hijabs are white and black although you will find other colors as well as patterns that are quite eye-catching. So it all makes sense that you will have to look at the size, color, style and the fabric of the hijab before you buy one.
Having the right hijab is one thing, you need to know the right way to dress one. One such tip will be wearing a scarf under your hijab, the purpose of this is to ensure that your hair is not slipping out under the hijab.If you are going for the scarf , look for one that matches hijab with patterns or color so that you can look even better. A hijab that is falling out of place will mess up your style, to secure it in place get yourself some pins but make sure that they will not be damaging the fabric. There are many types of pins out there, some are very stylish and will add beauty to the hijab and are not just pieces of metal. Some pins are actually very easy to conceal under the hijab such that they cannot be seen but will hold the hijab in place all day.With the hijab you can enhance the look of your face as well.
If your face is the round type, you can let the hijab loose on the sides of the face to make it appear flattered. You can also wear your hijab in a manner that you show more of the forehead so that the face appears narrower. You should also wear the scarf a little loose. For the ladies with the oval faces a tight Turkish style will work great. If you are looking to reduce the round appearance of the face avoid wearing a hijab that has multiple layers on the side. To dress a hijab properly seek to understand your face type first so that you can make purchases that are more fitting of your face type. Being the internet age, you can easily find a variety of ideal hijabs from the many shops online.