I went to a wedding last night and wore a dress I bought for my cousins wedding last year (yes I wear A LOT of greens, teals & blues lol). I can't remember which shop I bought it from but it's a shop in Bethnal Green. The dress has an embroidered collar which you can't see because of the scarf. The silver scarf is from Hijab Fashion Shop, the sandle's from Unze London, the bag a random online store.
So you're trying to follow a hijab tutorial but your hijab just doesn't look like the person doing the tutorial, you get frustrated because you can't get it right. Well to be honest I don't think it's so much you getting it wrong, it may just be that the hijab style being demonstrated looks better on the person doing the tutorial due to the shape of that person's face. Just like when you need to get a haircut, when styling your hijab, you have to consider the shape of your face. I've had many people tell me that hijab doesn't 'suit' them because their face is too round, or their cheeks are too chubby, which is the reason why they don't wear hijab, in my opinion hijab suits everyone, you just have to figure out how to wear it to suit you. Contrary to what many think, hijab wasn't prescribed to make you look 'ugly' it is to make you look modest. In this post I have tried to look at some face shapes and find some hijab style i