Hijab styles for different face shapes
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The hijab seeks to conceal certain physical charms, but today’s muhajabat sees no need to exaggerate the weaker features. With new hijab styles arriving from Dubai, Istanbul, Cairo and Los Angeles, Muslim women have more choices than before, and are looking for a different style of hijab. Choosing these styles that complement your face shape is the key to developing a sense of style hijab.
The shape of your face
Determining your face shape is useful to choose lenses and hijab styles and makes eye or measured. If your hair is long or full, put it back. Look in the mirror. Those with high foreheads have rectangular face and heart-shaped faces have fronts wider than your cheekbones and chin. If your cheekbones are the widest part of your face, you have an oval face. The square faces are as wide as long, with a square jaw feature. The round faces are short and wide, with round cheeks. Measure the length of your face and the width of your forehead, your cheekbones and your jaw line if you have difficulty deciding.
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More prominent, fronts
Trying to hide a high forehead bearing the lowest hijab is a failure because it only accentuates what you’re trying to hide. A hijab scarf under it look a little further down the hair line breaks with the size of your forehead. The Egyptian styles layered tissues placed at a diagonal angle instead of straight, which emphasizes the height of your forehead. Avoid style “camel”, or West African style with high bends.
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If you have a round or square face, hijab styles complement vertical indicating the width of your face. Place a pashmina dupatta or loose around your face, leaving several inches between your chin and the edge of your hijab. The style “camel hump” with a hijab high hair draping over vertices also appearance. Avoid styles that have decorations on the cheeks or to stretch up to them.
If your forehead is higher than your chin, balances the width of the forehead with the volume around the neck and chest. Test Ruffle hijabs or flowers at the ends and carries the ornaments in front. The cute style hijabs are draped on the front to soften the appearance of a sharp chin. A square hijab, turns a corner down five or seven inches (12 to 17 cm). Fold the folded corner over your head and put a pin in your chin. A corner of the hijab is back and two corners on your shoulders. Fold the corners of one side to the opposite ear. Place a pin behind your ear. The hijab falls on your neck and chest, balancing your sharp chin.