Tutorials hijab for summer 2018

Tutorials hijab for summer 2018

you want to change your style of hijab this summer our site offers three tutorials hijabs too simple to practice

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Hijab Styling for 4 Face Shapes

Finding a hijab style that flatters your face shape is easy. Dina Toki-O shows you how.

So, we’ll start off with naming the most common face shapes: oval, square, round, rectangular and heart-shaped. I know that all these different face shapes may sound ‘weird’, and you most likely would never have considered them before. If so, you’ll need to do a mirror analysis to determine your face shape after you’ve read this post!

The Oval Face
Considered by many to be the ‘perfect’ face shape, if you fall under this category, let your hijab fall naturally against your face shape when styling it around your face’s frame. You would want to keep that beautiful oval face, well, oval. Follow your face with the scarf as you’re wrapping it around your face, and remember: you don’t need any adjustments, because oval is ‘perfect’!

 

The Rectangular Face
If have a considerably short face (ie, your face width from side to side is longer than its length from top to chin), then what you want to do is try to lengthen your face as much as possible. By bringing the sides of your scarf a tad forward to the ends of your eyebrows and pulling your scarf back to your hairline, you’ll automatically lengthen your face. The best tip for this look is to avoid hiding your eyebrows and forehead!

The Round Face
So if you’re a little ‘chipmunk’ with nice, chubby cheeks and a rounder chin, you’ll likely want to disguise those cheeks and chin as much as possible. If you are tucking your cheeks into the side of your scarf, don’t. This will just end up making you look more like, indeed, a chipmunk! Instead, let the scarf fall against your cheeks and chin loosely, especially under the chin so as not to push it out too much. By doing this, you’ll create more folds and add texture to your hijab, which will disguise those rounder edges.

The Square Face
Now, if you have a square face with a strong, heavy jawline, cheekbones and forehead (ie, similar-looking to an ‘action-man’), then again you’re going to want to keep the scarf loose under the chin to create those feminine folds and flows in your scarf. By pinning the scarf tightly, you’re just going to accentuate that jaw even more. Framing the scarf around your forehead in a rounder shape (but still keeping the forehead in view) will ‘ovalise’ your face overall!

The Heart-shaped Face
You have a lovely wide forehead and a teeny tiny chin that gives off a ‘tweety bird’ face. The problem of a ‘disappearing’ chin at times can happen! Not to worry – for your hijab styles, try not to add too much volume at the back and sides of your head; you already have that width naturally. By framing your hijab right at the edges of your jaws, you’ll hopefully give off a bigger jawline/chin look. Another tip: make a point with your scarf at the top of your forehead.

I know, there are many more face shapes, and not everyone will fall under one specific category. The most important thing is to make sure you’re confident with your hijab style. When you’re confident, you can carry anything off!

 

A Old Man Asked This Young Man To Show Him The Body Of His Wife The sequel is a real shock !!!

This is the story of a recently married Muslim couple who sit in front of an elderly man in a public garden. The wife wears seductive clothes the reason why the old man does not look down on her. The husband gets angry and asks this old man to stop doing that. But the reaction of the latter leaves him without a word. He tells Him It’s your fault and not mine, you agree to get your wife dressed sexy. So, why are you angry, Personally, I’m sad I can not see his body clearly because I do not wear the glasses.

Simple Makeup Tutorial using Mermaid Brushes by Aisha Liyana

roducts used:
Laura Mercier foundation primer | hydrating
NARS Sheer Glow foundation in Ceylan
Catrice Cosmetics Prime and Fine eyeshadow base
Tarte limited edition travel palette
Benefit Roller Lash mascara
Tarte Tarteist lash paint mascara
Tarte clay pot liner in black
Tarte amazonian clay brow mousse in rich brown
Tarte Tarteist contour palette
Becca x Jaclyn Hill Champagne Collection face palette
Benefit Watt’s Up soft focus highlighter
NYX lip primer in deep nude
Maybelline Rosy Matte lipstick in MAT2 Salmon Pink
Revlon Colourburst Matte Balm in 225 Sultry
Topshop LIPS lipstick in Hazard

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Products Used:

Glowy Primer: https://rstyle.me/n/c45dv3bxdcf
Stick Foundation: https://rstyle.me/n/c45dvtbxdcf
Nars Concealer: (I got shade Canelle) https://rstyle.me/n/c435g9bxdcf
Setting Powder: https://rstyle.me/n/c45dx4bxdcf
Brow Wiz: https://rstyle.me/n/c46cdgbxdcf
Clear Brow Gel: https://rstyle.me/n/c46cczbxdcf
Bronzer/blush: https://rstyle.me/n/c45dwsbxdcf
Blush:https://rstyle.me/n/c45dw8bxdcf
Highlight: (Moonstone) https://rstyle.me/n/c45dynbxdcf
Huda Beauty Desert Dusk Palette: https://rstyle.me/n/c435gzbxdcf
Marc Jacobs Eyeliner:https://rstyle.me/n/c435h8bxdcf
Mascara: https://rstyle.me/n/c45ebzbxdcf
Lipsticks: (wearing shade “Brunch Date”, also picked up “Tan Lines” and “Spring Break”) https://rstyle.me/n/c435imbxdcf
Facial Spray: https://rstyle.me/n/c45dzrbxdcf

why hijab? why the muslim women wear it ??

why hijab? why the muslim women wear it ??

Hijab is referred to by various names, some of the most common of which are a veil or a headscarf. Most Muslims who wear the covering call it a hijab (حجاب), an Arabic word meaning “cover.” However, there are various forms of hijab that are referred to by different names. While hijab is commonly associated with women, Muslim men also sometimes wear a head covering as a means of showing modesty. Additionally, Christian and Jewish women in some traditions wear a headscarf as a cultural practice or commitment to modesty or piety.

Find out more about the History of the Hijab.

What are the various kind of hijab?

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Hijab ( حجاب): The first type of hijab that is most commonly worn by women in the West is a square scarf that covers the head and neck, but leaves the face clear. This form of hijab is most commonly referred to as hijab.

Shayla: The shayla is a long, rectangular scarf that is wrapped loosely around the head and tucked or pinned at the shoulders. Like the hijab and al-amira, this form of hijab covers the head but often leaves the neck and face clear.

Khimar ( خمار): The khimar is a long, cape-like scarf that is wrapped around the head and hangs to the middle of the back. This type of hijab covers the head, neck, and shoulders, but leaves the face clear.

Chador ( تشادر): The chador is a long cloak that covers a woman’s entire body. Like the khimar, the chador wraps around the head, but instead of hanging just to the middle of back, the chador drapes to a woman’s feet.

Niqāb ( نقاب): The niqab is a face-covering that covers the mouth and nose, but leaves the eyes clear. It is worn with an accompanying khimar or other form of head scarf.

Burqa ( برقع ): The burqa covers the entire face and body, leaving a small mesh screen through which the woman can see through.

Why do women wear hijab?
Muslim women choose to wear the hijab or other coverings for a variety of reasons. Some women wear the hijab because they believe that God has instructed women to wear it as a means of fulfilling His commandment for modesty. For these women, wearing hijab is a personal choice that is made after puberty and is intended to reflect one’s personal devotion to God. In many cases, the wearing of a headscarf is often accompanied by the wearing of loose-fitting, non-revealing clothing, also referred to as hijab.

While some Muslim women do not perceive the hijab to be obligatory to their faith, other Muslim women wear the hijab as a means of visibly expressing their Muslim identity (Haddad, et al, 2006). In the United States, particularly since 9/11, the hijab is perceived to be synonymous with Islam. Some Muslim women choose to appropriate this stereotype and wear the hijab to declare their Islamic identity and provide witness of their faith. Unfortunately this association has also occasionally resulted in the violent assaults of Muslim women wearing hijab.

While most Muslim women wear the hijab for religious reasons, there are other Arab or Muslim women who choose to wear the hijab as an expression of their cultural identity. By wearing the hijab, Muslim women hope to communicate their political and social alliance with their country of origin and challenge the prejudice of Western discourses towards the Arabic-speaking world (Zayzafoon, 2005). In many cases, the wearing of the hijab is also used to challenge Western feminist discourses which present hijab-wearing women as oppressed or silenced.

Why do some Muslim women not wear the hijab?
Like the women who choose to wear the hijab, those who choose not to wear the hijab do so for a variety of reasons. Some Muslim women believe that although the principles of modesty are clearly outlined in the Qu’ran, they perceive the wearing of the headscarf as a cultural interpretation of these scriptures. These women sometimes believe that the values espoused by the wearing of the headscarf can be achieved in other ways. Some women believe that while the hijab allowed women in the past to engage in public society without garnering attention, the headscarf in contemporary Western society brings more attention to women and is thus contradictory to its original purpose. Others believe that the hijab and other external practices have become inappropriately central to the practice of Islam, and instead choose to focus on their internal and spiritual relationship with God.

While some women might choose not to wear the hijab, most Muslim women agree that it is a woman’s choice whether or not she wears the hijab. Many Muslim and Arab women who have chosen not to wear the hijab are often staunch advocates of a woman’s right to choose to veil.