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  • TCKMuslima
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by Sky Lark View Post
    Here's a helpful tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UC7nb8mmDRw
    [MENTION=102525]TCKMuslima[/MENTION]

    The second vid shows what looks like the scarf you described. :)
    :jkk: sister
    The next video of hers actually was even more similar. It's a bit like an infinity scarf I guess :S

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  • Sky Lark
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    i think itrs my headshape lool, when i wear a bonnet too it doesnt stay put
    Ok lol, but in the vid you will see several ways of wearing the scarf, some styles are worn loosely by the neck so no choking

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  • aynina
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by Sky Lark View Post
    Here's a helpful tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UC7nb8mmDRw
    [MENTION=102525]TCKMuslima[/MENTION]

    The second vid shows what looks like the scarf you described. :)
    i think itrs my headshape lool, when i wear a bonnet too it doesnt stay put

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  • Sky Lark
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    Its always like tugging under my chin and it like comes off :cower:
    Here's a helpful tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UC7nb8mmDRw
    [MENTION=102525]TCKMuslima[/MENTION]

    The second vid shows what looks like the scarf you described. :)

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  • Miss Foxxy
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by TCKMuslima View Post
    I've tried doing that! It just doesn't look right! I didn't even know what this kibd of scarf was called or anything so I was really excited when i stumbled across that link in OP. I was hoping someone might also have it and know how to get it to look like that.
    I think you shouldn't have to use a pin because even in the description they didn't say anything abt a pin.
    Ahh...anyway sis appreciate the help you've given.
    :jkk:
    I wish I knew - am so sorry, keep trying different styles, pins and no pins, and you should come around a style that you like....

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  • iRepIslam
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    Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    [MENTION=110507]aynina[/MENTION]

    Nah but quite a few bloggers/bloggers have recommended them :up:

    I buy my ones from here

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  • aynina
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by iRepIslam View Post
    [MENTION=110507]aynina[/MENTION]

    Buy it from online

    Hur al iyn

    Instagram
    Did u order from them? :jkk:

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  • iRepIslam
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    Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    [MENTION=110507]aynina[/MENTION]

    Buy it from online

    Hur al iyn

    Instagram

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  • aynina
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by Sky Lark View Post
    Lol, you're probably not wearing them correctly, and you dont have to throttle your neck when wearing a scarf. :D

    Wear it loosely, secured with pins. A headband prevents it from slipping. It helps to get comfortable material as well.
    Its always like tugging under my chin and it like comes off :cower:

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  • aynina
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by iRepIslam View Post
    [MENTION=110507]aynina[/MENTION]

    Pin under chin once
    Wrap around once

    Fabric shouldn't gather

    Wear viscose or this silky type of hijab material, maximised
    Yea i should get some vicsoce hijab though but i have too go all the way to brussels pfffffft

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  • iRepIslam
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    Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    [MENTION=110507]aynina[/MENTION]

    Pin under chin once
    Wrap around once

    Fabric shouldn't gather

    Wear viscose or this silky type of hijab material, maximised

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  • Sky Lark
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    I hate headscarves so much, so much fabric under the chin i sweat so bad and en plus it makes my face look like a hamster
    Lol, you're probably not wearing them correctly, and you dont have to throttle your neck when wearing a scarf. :D

    Wear it loosely, secured with pins. A headband prevents it from slipping. It helps to get comfortable material as well.

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  • aynina
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    I hate headscarves so much, so much fabric under the chin i sweat so bad and en plus it makes my face look like a hamster

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  • Sky Lark
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Or just criss-cross either side and throw over the head.

    I think thats how you suppose to wear it.

    First time seen this kind one, btw.

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  • TCKMuslima
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    Re: Sisters some help with this kind of hijab

    Originally posted by Miss Foxxy View Post
    I think you would have to put it on, then twist the looped material (left piece in right hand and right piece in left hand) and throw it right over your head (it should look kinda twisted now) then bring back to the front and pin in on the head?
    I've tried doing that! It just doesn't look right! I didn't even know what this kibd of scarf was called or anything so I was really excited when i stumbled across that link in OP. I was hoping someone might also have it and know how to get it to look like that.
    I think you shouldn't have to use a pin because even in the description they didn't say anything abt a pin.
    Ahh...anyway sis appreciate the help you've given.
    :jkk:

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