Sunday, 6 July 2008

Bridal Hijab Tutorial

This video from Uzman TV shows a beautiful way of styling a Turkish bridal hijab:


15 comments:

Malandi said...

Did she like, hairspray that hijab?

pink_marshmallow said...

aslam alaikum sis

if only i saw this when i done my nikkah the other week, i would have loved that hijab mashallah. and yes i think its more of a starch spray, or i hope it was lol.

jazakallah khairun for showing, can take some ideas for eid though inshallah.

Sis said...

I always did wonder how they managed to make the hijab look like that. So the mysterium is now solved ;o) interesting.

Alixianna said...

LOL I love the spray: D

I like to create more volume at the top of the hijab for brides---and have the veil off the crown of the head, not the neck, but the style is pretty. Tough time stitching it up all by one's self of course..... D

Basbousa said...

Hi, I love your blog, it's actually my favourite! The only thing I don't like is that many of the clothes are unavailable outside the UK :( But keep up the good work and make sure to check out my blog, I added you to my favourite blogs (:

Anonymous said...

yes! the hairspray strikes again.

Aalya said...

The hairspray always gets me...lol but what an elaborate way of decorating hijab...my only question is what if you have to take it off at some point in the day...(in private ofcourse) you're kind of sewn into it! Eek!
The sparkles are an interesting touch!

srikandi said...

It looks very stuffy...not a very practical way to me... I definitely cant carry off such a style here in my humid country.. ;)

Nabbe said...

I dont really understand the point in that video. Whats the deal with hijab and weding-dress anyway? Because in front of non-mahram men, we can not wear wedding-dresses, only in front of women, and then there is no point with hijab anyway... so what is the deal?

And the hump again, its HARAM!

Jana said...

Nabila - please provide evidence that we cannot wear wedding dresses in front of non-mahram men. A long as they fulfil requirements of hijab, there is no problem. Regards the 'hump'. I don't see why you had to make that same point on three different posts. But anyway, that hadith actually has nothing to do with the way you tie your hair. Some women have really long hair and they need to tie it up high to avoid it hanging out of their hijab! This may well create a 'hump' effect, (as does tying my hair in a normal pony tail anyway). Please go and do your research before you make these claims.

Dia said...

alsalamo alaykom there...i always wondered how the turkish ladies manage to creat such cool effect with their hijabs and to be honest i tried so many websites to find out but all in vain...your blog is very interesting, helps learning wonderful hijab styles....thanks buddy!!

Anonymous said...

Assalamalikum. I loved it loved it loved it. Need more turkish hijab styles video ;). And there is no mention of how you tie your hair under ur hijab in the hadith.And please dont use a false or weak hadith.

arabesquee said...

Is that hairspray?! And I always did wonder how they got such a perfect arch in the front. ;)

Shahad said...

It's so pretty but how do you get out of it?

Anonymous said...

did you see how happy the model looked?!

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