Top trendy styles of 2020 to wear the hijab

Hijab! When we hear this word, we think of beautiful Muslim girls with their heads covered with a cloth. Hijab is a symbol of decency. It has gained much popularity for the past few years. Many Muslimah’s prefer to wear hijab now. Seeing this revolving trend, fashion divas have introduced different styles for wearing hijab by considering the facial structure, scarf material, occasion, and outfits. Let’s have a look at some of the hijab styles that are trending in 2020 and the techniques to set them up.

Note: Most of the hijab styles here are made using the rectangular-shaped scarves.

No-pin hijab.

It is a perfect style for the day when you are late for your work/class and need a quick fix. Take your rectangular scarf, fold it a little from the front, wrap it around your face, leave one end of the scarf on your shoulder, and the other end on the front. Tada! You are good to go! It is also a non-mess style as you do not need any pins to fix it.

Side-pinned hijab style.

It is the most common hijab style, as it is the easiest to do. You can make this part of your daily routine. All you need to do is to wrap the scarf around your face and tuck one end of the scarf on the side of your face with a scarf pin. That’s it. It will not budge throughout the day.

Wearing a hijab with accessories.

The latest trend is to add some sparkle to the scarves by accentuating it with a piece of jewelry. Try adding your rings to the loose end of your scarf or wear a headdress on the top of your hijab. Pick plain and single-colored scarves when you accessorize them so that your accessories look prominent.

Hijab with earings

Do you have a thing for dangly earrings? Do not worry. Your hijab cannot stop you from wearing your ear accessories. While wrapping your scarf around your face, take sides behind your earlobe. Let the earrings complete your look.

You can also go with the turban style to show off your earings. Turban style hijab is done by covering the hairline with the scarf and tying the sides at the nape of the neck. You can either roll the ends into a bun or leave one side on your shoulder.

Arabic hijab style

Arab women are fond of adding volume to their hijabs. They prefer to tie their hair into high buns ( they even use wigs for the purpose) for the volumizing effect. Another tack which they do is they wrap the bigger scarves on their head. The bigger scarves add layers and volume to the hijab.

Which hijab style goes with which outfit?

In this section, we will discuss the trending hijab styles that you can wear with different outfits.

  • With gowns: Turban hijab style looks well with the gown and adds a royal touch to your appearance.
  • With saree: It is a common practice to wear an under scarf and a hijab in side-pinned style with saree.
  • With jeans.

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