Hijab is an identity of Muslim women, a piece of clothing to cover our hair and look decent at the same time. Although it appears quite simple to style a Hijab, it really does enclose some big yes and no moments. This is because, just like every other fashion trend, there are some do’s and don’ts of styling a Hijab as well.

The MiddleEast is known to be the hub of Hijab fashion, Right in a way! As we have witnessed some of the sassiest trends in the United Arab Emirates. Rising the experience bar to Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Kuwait, The Nevermind Team surely knows how to style a hijab.




Hijab styling is all about slaying that hijab yet appearing modest at the same time, If you find yourself complaining about how you can’t pull off a hijab, it’s about time you learn the basic do’s and don’t of wearing a hijab.

Some of the Famous Hijab Styles

There is not a certain code or way to wear a hijab, it’s completely up to you to experiment with looks and see what turns out good.Here are few of the popular hijab styles from around the world.

The Turkish Hijab : 

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This is my personal favorite Hijab style and my all time go-to hijab.What I love the most about Turkish Hijab fashion is its elegance and simplicity.

The Simple Hijab 

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A simple Hijab is an ideal representation of Hijab worldwide, It is easy to style and beautiful at the same time

The Malaysian Hijab

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We like to call this “The Malaysian Hijab” mainly because it’s quite popular among Malaysian Ladies, I love how it is sophisticated and beautifully modest.

The “Dupatta” Hijab

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This hijab style is quite common and popular in Pakistan, whether you are wearing an abaya or traditional Pakistani clothing, this style fits in quite gracefully

The ” Multiple Folds” Hijab

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The Multiple Fold hijab is the one which consists of 2-3 folds and looks utterly gorgeous when styled with accessories.

The “Wedding day” Hijab

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Not all Muslim brides wear this sort of hijab, this style is common in the Middle East and in Europe. It’s simple, graceful and likewise, modest.

The “Accessories” Hijab

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This Hijab style is common among Hijabi Bloggers and Makeup Artists, It’s a lovely combination of hijab with jewels and accessories.

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Do’s :

  • Pick a right hijab for your skin tone, some colors may appeal to your taste but it’s not obvious they may get along with your skin tone.
  • Style your hijab according to your face-shape
  • Wear a hijab cap underneath your hijab to avoid it from slipping
  • Use a Flower Hijab clip to create balance
  • Wear Chiffon, Linen or Silk Hijabs
  • Make sure your hijab covers your hair and breast in a graceful manner
  • Secure your hijab with 5-6  hijab pins

Don’t :

  • Try to conceal or hide your face shape with a hijab
  • Use oversized flower  Hijab clips
  • Wear hijab not meant for your face shape
  • Use a net or see-through hijab cloth
  • Let your hijab cap see through your hijab
  • Use excessive pins to secure your hijab
  • Create excessive folds
  • Wear accessories not meant for your hijab

The key to a perfect hijab style is letting it be as simple as possible, there is beauty in simplicity and remember, less is always more.






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