Are you always running around in the morning, with not a minute to spare? Do you need a new hijab style that’s fast and easy? No need to look any further! We’ve got 7 quick hijab tutorials below that are perfect for all your busy mornings and moments, which end up looking chic and put-together. Take a look!
This is probably the shortest hijab style we’ve probably seen and it’s done with a square scarf. So if you wear square scarves, this style is for you!
You twist the two dangly ends and then tuck and pin one side away. You leave the other side dangling and that’s it! How much easier could it get?
This is a great style for showing off earrings, if you like to wear earrings with your hijab. You pin the hijab behind your ears bring both sides forward. You wrap the longer side around your head and pin to the other. The other end you could probably tuck under the folds in the front.
This style is great if you want to wear a necklace with your hijab AND want coverage in the front, because this does both! A thin, maxi hijab would probably be the best material to use since there’s a few different folds going on and you don’t want to end up looking like you have no neck.
It’s also a fairly loose style that isn’t very structured; you use the back of one side to fold over the top of your head and bring over your shoulder. Then it’s just a matter of adjusting the extra material where you like it.
This is a fairly basic style but one that has lots of folds, so if you like lots of volume, this is probably the style for you! It’s also pretty quick to do; all you need to do is tuck the shorter end under the longer end and pin to your underscarf. Then you just bring the long side around and pin to the side of your head. Again, you could easily adjust the drapes in the front to get more coverage.
Another very simple and quick hijab style. This one also begins with pinning both ends behind the head and then bringing them forward and then bringing over the head.
This is a style that would look great with a shirt or dress that has embellishments or a design close to the neck area that you don’t want to hide. And so you’d probably want to go with a smaller hijab, as you’ll be wrapping the fabric fairly close to your neck.
This one is also great if you want to wear a necklace! It’s all about wrapping one side of the hijab around your neck several times until you could tuck the end inside the fabric. Then you just leave one end dangling. It’s quick and chic!
And there you have it. 7 quick hijab tutorials that are sure to freshen up your hijab style and give you a boost on those busy mornings! Just because you’re in a rush doesn’t mean that you can’t be put-together and look nice.
Hope that helped!