Tuesday, 27 May 2008

Turkish Hijab Tutorial

Still having trouble with the Turkish style hijab? Uzman TV has several videos showing exactly how to do it! Some of the styles would be perfect for a wedding or engagement. Here's one to get you started:


video

21 comments:

muslimah said...

i likey :)

Alixianna said...

Hayah: someone sweetly left the link for this on Beautiful Muslimah and I had no idea how to post videos---how do you?---and thanks for doing it for me!!!!!: D

lale said...

i always wanted to know how they did the big head thing :-)

eyes serene said...

Assalamu alaikom,
I don't like the "big head" thing, myself... reminds me of the hadith about women with camel humps on their heads! Anyway, I love the Turkish scarves but I hate working with small scarves.

I said...

Selamsaleykum, I am Turkish and I wear this style myself. Most women don't have long hair and if they do they may still add another scarf around their ponytail for extra volume. Myself, I put my hair in a very high ponytail then wrap another scarf around it in a bun.

Alixianna said...

Camel heads doesn't have anything to do with hijab dear sisters: D

In classical arabic (hard to get through interpetations) it is talking about the punishment for women who wear see-through or tight clothes. These vain women will appear as ugly as having undsightly humps on their head in Jahanum.

Amal said...

I like the fancy video where she uses pins to make a neat design with the scarf and then adds glitter as a finishing touch. Could some translate it? I would be so grateful.

Anonymous said...

Just found this blog and I love it. I plan to start wearing the headscarf soon Inshallah so this has provided me with alot of information and inspiration.
JK
Aaliyah

Hani said...

Mashallah. I just realise how these beautiful turkish women scarfs stands like an arc and not like an inverted V straight at the forehead. They use a film to support it and then hairspray it. Wow. Gotta try! ^_^

awa said...

I love the way it looks but there are wayyyy too many pins involved for my liking...ill be too scared to hug anyone!!!ouch...

farrahh said...

thanks so much for putting this up :D
you saved me from doing the research myself ;) hehe
i tried the look today... i love it even more when wearing it!!! :D thank youuuuuu!!!

Anonymous said...

ahhh now i know how you get that lump look at the back of the head, I've always wanted to know how girls do that!

Anonymous said...

Mashallah the hijab style looks really nice..

I wanted to view the link to see other ways of doing the turkish hijabs, but the link dosent work. Any tips on how i could get the link to work plz ??..

Hayah said...

Anon, the link's working fine for me, but try copying and pasting it:

http://www.tesetturmoda.com/tesettur/turban-baglama-sekilleri

lale said...

sometimes it doesnt work cos it didnt work for me at first, just keep trying.

A Happy Hijaabi said...

cute cute cute, I'll have to try this one out

Zedral Z said...

I am living in Turkey right now, but I am neither Turkish nor Muslim. Would you recommend a headscarf for a foreign woman traveling through the country? I was told that it might help thwart unwanted attention.

Amina said...

i bumped into this really beautiful site that sells turkish hijabs and they have videos on how to wear it turkish style http://www.thecanadianmuslim.ca/turkish_wedding_hijab.html

Anonymous said...

Salaams Sisters,

I am selling Turkish Hijabs via my facebook group, Hijab Elegance - Turkish Fashion. I also sell satin, cotton bonnets, Hijab pins, and clothes from Turkey including Setrms.

W'asalaam

Elhaam said...

I absolutely love this style but i am a little confused where she pinned the second pin on the side, can someone please tell me how to do it!

thank you so much

sumera said...

thank you soooooooooo muchh..........i was searching a lot for this BIGHEAD thing.finally know it now.

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