Between our blog and our YouTube channel, we've put out more hijab tutorials then we can even remember. (And we still continue to do so as our hijabs and style evolve!). We compiled them all here in one place, with links below each video so you can easily shop the corresponding collection.
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Cascade Pleats Tutorial
Add sophistication to your everyday style with our versatile Cascade Pleat Hijabs. The Cascade Pleats offer more tapered pleat that shifts from a tighter pleat to a very relaxed, flowy pleat at the ends of the hijab. Secure with our No-Snag Hijab Magnets as Melanie demonstrates in this tutorial, and let the ends of this beautiful hijab flutter out over your shoulder! This style is expertly crafted with elevated detail that's made to last.
Fine Pleat Tutorial
One of our newest hijab categories are our Pleated Hijabs, featuring our Fine Pleats. Our Fine Pleat hijabs are a bit heavier and more luxe then Cascade Pleats, however both are beautiful choices for different hijab styles you will want to rock at work, your next event or walking across campus at college or in the hallways at school! The more buttoned-up Fine Pleat Hijab comes with a luxe metal HH label and can be styled with or without an underscarf!
Bamboo Wovens Tutorial
The wovens you know and love, but better. We've upgraded them with a sustainably-processed bamboo woven fabric that feels like soft cotton. Read more about this amazing fabric here. Underscarves aren't necessary.
No-Snag Hijab Magnets Tutorial
Our No-Snag Hijab Magnets have been best sellers since they debut, and there's a good reason why — they are crazy strong and are the solution to help protect your hijab from snags and pin holes.
3 Ways to Style Hijab With a Turtleneck
Whether our Everyday Chiffons, our Perfect Satin, Premium Jersey or even our Bamboo Wovens, wearing hijab with a turtleneck sweater is as easy as one-two-three. Depending on the type of turtleneck, certain hijab fabrics lend themselves better to being tucked into your turtleneck, while others work better with one end brought over the shoulder or both ends tied behind the neck, as demonstrated by Melanie in this tutorial!