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^ Here are some sites with illustrations of different techniques
http://www.2hijab.com/wearhijab.asp
http://www.thehijabshop.com/information/how_to_wear.php

I personally prefer the traditional pinned forehead

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depends on which Hijab you are talking about. Some are one piece, while others are about 2 meters and wrapped.

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You mean the ones that cover the body? Some are OK, but I def. like the plain head scarves best. What do you think about the niqab? It really creeps me out!

And oh yeah, hijab can refer to the entire "modest dress" right?

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not the Burqa or the chador. That's not what I'm talking about.

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^ I know, I meant the really long scarves that go down to the waist. I'm assuming that's what you're referring to. It must suck to have to hold the chador all day.

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Al-Niqaab is a bit too repressive for my tastes.

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I thought this picture was so beautiful, had to post.
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funny enough, I just had made a presentation in my textiles class and I chose Hijabs as my final product... I had a bunch of little heads and wrapped them with the 7 diffrent fabrics I chose.
It went over really well and I learned quite a lot of about it al since my friend from saudi arabia helped me a bit. She was saying how if you go to the middle eat you would be suprised by how many deisgner name brands create outifts and scarves, and how crazy evpensive the are

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European Designers?

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^ Yeah, Yves St. Laurent, Louis Vuitton and others make designer hujabs.

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Wow, I think this look is so amazing! Just gorgeous


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Louis Vuitton! wow.

I think that is an interesting look a would like to see more colorful fabric for the scarf. Perfect is like Eva Green in Kingdom of Heaven, that's just gorgeous. I'll try and find a pic of her from that movie.

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Yeah, I know the 2nd one isn't really a Hijab, but bear with me.

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I'm personally a fan of muted colors, so I really like outfits like this:

the minneapoline

I like that you can still play with accessories.

EDIT: I really like the first one! They're very ornate and beautiful, I just can't imagine wearing so much stuff on your head lol

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