Hijab Pictorial |Sponsored|


Maxi Hijab Sponsored by : @stylescarfbymira (Instashop)
Picture Credit to : Huda Johari



Firstly, you may use any rectangular shawl of you choice. Personally, I prefer maxi shawls as they give me the full coverage I need. Have one side short and the other long and pin it with a brooch or any pins that you're most comfortable with.


Next, take the end fabric from the back and bring it up as shown. I did this step as I normally wear the viscose plain shawls. The shawls can get quite sheer. This step helps to layer up a little more. 


Take the shorter side and place it across your chest hiding it below the longer side. This will help to cover your neck area if your shawls get quite sheer but you may skip this step and leave it as it is if your shawl isn't sheer.


Have the longer side and start wrapping it around your head. 


While wrapping, I love to give it more pleads to have a drape effect once finish.


Pin it at the side to secure the wraps and to have more stability.


Voila! Here's my daily hijab style and all you need are 2 pins! For extra steps, I actually pin the shawls on both my shoulders so that the shawls will stay in place! 

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Hope this hijab pictorial is useful for you and comment here should you need any more clarifications alright! I'm sorry for not having a video for the hijab tutorial as I'm still quite shy! Probably in the future, insya'allah! Tell me how it goes for you when you try this hijab style! 

Much Love,
Zahra J. 


12 comments

  1. Mashaa Allah. This is really helpful :) thank you!

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    1. Alhamdulillah! Mention me on Instagram if you've tried the style out!

      Much Love,
      Zahra J.

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  2. Salam

    where did u get ur inner tudung at?

    Best Regards
    Hidayah

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    1. Salam Hidayah!

      I always wears my mum's inner! Not sure where she buys them tho! She says, mostly from Malaysia!

      Much Love,
      Zahra J.

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  3. Do you have any other hijab pictorials? Any tags cos its pretty hard to find them, looking at the number of posts you have! :/ youre a great blogger though. :)

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    1. Hi Dear,

      I have another hijab pictorial on Scarlet_love_shawl (instagram) page. I hope to make another one soon. The next one, Insya'allah will be posted here on my blog. Do keep a look out yeah? Thank you for reading my blog. Appreciate it!

      Much Love,
      Zahra J.

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  4. Salam Thank you so much for the hijab pictorial! Ive been looking this style for months tho. Will try it out soon!

    Aisyah-

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    1. Wa'alaikumsalam!

      Alhamdulillah. Hope its beneficial to you! Do let me know if you have any difficulties yeah? =)

      Much Love,
      Zahra J.

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    2. I've tried it out already! Hehehe thank you this is really helpful and I really really love reading your blogger! :D

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  5. Alhamdulillah!

    Thank you for your support! =)

    Much Love,
    Zahra J.

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  6. Salam dear. What type of inner do you use? Those hard ones at the tips or soft fabric ones? Hope im making sense.. Thanks :)

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    1. Wassalam!

      I use the normal inner. Its neither flat nor too hard. It gets quite flimsy if I were to pull my hijab too hard so I need to keep adjusting it. Hope I make sense too! =D

      Much Love,
      Zahra J.

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