Recently, many of you have requested tips on how to wear hijab, what scarves to use, and how to style them. And so to answer your questions, I’ve compiled a collection everyday hijab tutorials for you in one place, hijab styles that are easy, fuss free, and perfect for everyday.
There is no right or wrong way to wear hijab. As Muslim women, we have been commanded by Allah to be modest, but there is no tutorial or step-by-step process on how exactly to wear hijab in the Quran. And so many Muslim women have created their own styles to suit their own needs and their own style. That’s not to say that you have to follow one of these styles if you are a hijab-wearer; they are merely guides should you want to change up your hijab look or just learn a little more how to wear hijab.
The video tutorials in this post have been chosen for their simplicity and versatility. In order to be worn everyday, a style must be easy to replicate and be completed in a short amount of time, especially because so many of us are pressed for time in the mornings!
Many of you might already know about the Youtubers below, and many of them have several hijab tutorials, and so I picked the ones that are perfect for everyday. If you’re interested in learning more about a particular style or Youtuber, please click on their name to go to their channel.
Amena or Amenakin on Youtube is a British Youtuber who is most famous for inventing the hoojab (a hijab with a hood) and her online hijab store Pearl Daisy. All of the scarves in her videos come from her own store; you can check out my review of her scarves here.
What I love about this style is its simplicity. Depending on the scarf, this look can be adapted in so many ways to give you a completely different look. It’s short, it’s quick, and requires very few pins. It drapes low in the front to give maximum coverage, and even has a bit of Amena’s signature folds at the top to create volume.
Dina Tokio is another famous British Youtuber and Muslim fashionista who is quite famous for her Youtube videos and fun, eclectic style. She also designs her own scarves under the label of Lazy Doll, and mostly uses her own designs in her videos. For more information on Lazy Doll scarves, check out my review here.
This is another tutorial that is very quick and easy. Dina herself completes the look in under 4 minutes, and so it’s perfect for days when you don’t have a lot of time to fuss with pins and brooches. Clean, easy to throw on, and effortless. It’s shorter in the front so it’s perfect for shirts that are loose or have high necks or when you want to wear statement necklaces. It’s also easily changeable to have more coverage up front, as Dina demonstrates in the video. Now that’s a versatile look!
Shea’s tutorial is another one that is multiple style options. You can drape the material on the side in the front for more coverage, or you can twist it on the side for a cool effect. This is a tutorial that features a more volumised look, but doesn’t take hours to achieve! It’s simple and looks so chic. Depending on how much fabric you have, you may not get as many folds on top as Shea, but it’ll still looks lovely.
Nabiilabee is another popular Youtuber who is also a fashion guru and posts tutorials, lookbooks, and other styling videos on her Youtube channel.
Her everyday hijab style is fun and a little more feminine with a twist on the side, but is still easy to create. It adds a little bit more fun to an everyday look, but you could easily keep the ruffled bit on the side flat or change it up to switch your look. This is another style that works well with statement necklaces, and does not take long to create. Simple and cute!
Basma K is not a Youtuber, but instead a fashion guru known for her eclectic and fun fashion sense. She also designs her own hijabs under Basma K Collection and mainly showcases her outfits on her Facebook page.
This tutorial is different because of the way Basma uses the rectangular scarf; instead of laying it flat on her head, she folds one side over to create a triangle which then creates a peaked top at the forehead. It isn’t a difficult style, but it is a little bit different, so if you’re looking to change up your everyday hijab style, this might be the one for you! Basma leaves one side hanging long on the side, which looks very pretty, but you could also easily drape it across the front for more coverage.
And there you have it girls! 5 different everyday hijab tutorials that can change up your look or give you more information on how to wear hijab. What I love about all of these styles is how easy and simple they are; with a few simple folds or changes, you can play around with your everyday look without spending too much time.
Remember, there is no right or wrong way to wear hijab. It’s all about modesty.
Hope you beautiful girls found this useful. Keep smiling,