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Hijab Styling | Princess Pearl [Hoojab]

This is a tutorial using a hoojab from pearl daisy (or something similar) and a hijab chain I designed with the help of sister Jhorna at unique hijab pins.



Firstly I'd like to apologise for these pictures not being very clear but I hope the step by step is easy to follow.

Step 1



Place the hoojab on your head, both sides equal and fold in slightly at the front.

Step 2 



take both sides around your face and pin it under your chin (this step is not essential for the hijab style to work but will keep it more secure)

Step 3 



Take one side of the hijab and wrap it around your head, keep it un-neat at the top of your head.

Step 4



Wrap that side round again, same as before and cross it over at the top and leave it hanging (you will fix this later.

Step 5



Add your hijab chain ( I know it's a lil wonky in these pics =S )

Step 6 



Take the other end of the hoojab from under the 1st side.

Step 7



Take it around your head loosely.

Step 8



Adjust the front of the scarf so it's covered and either leave it loose



Or pin it by taking it under all the layers and pinning it below your shoulder.

Also adjust it according to how much of the hijab chain you want to show.

Step 9 



Add straight hijab pins on both sides to keep the hoojab and the hijab chain in place.

TA DAA =D there you have it 'Princess Pearl'

Back

Front

Side
Top

This hijab chain is a unique piece I will only be getting 4 or 5 more of these made depending on interest. Here are some more pictures on the ways it can be worn.

Wear it as a bracelet

On top of the scarf rather than your forehead
You can even wear it in your hair if you are attending a sister/mahram only party (=

Hope you liked that tutorial, leave feedback below iA, and if you want the hijab chain e-mail ihijabi@gmail.com, I'm selling them at £12.50 each (exc p&p), paypal payments only please.

Much love sisters.

Jzk Wassalaam!

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