All Tied Up?

Hijab is referred to by various names, some of the most common are a veil or a headscarf. Most Muslim women who wear the covering call it a hijab (حجاب), an Arabic word meaning “cover.” Majority of the time muslim women wear head coverings as a means of showing modesty or simply as a form of dress code. Some women claim that it helps others to focus mainly on their intelligence and personality rather than the beauty they withhold.


As a Muslim woman when visiting a religious building it is imperative that their hijab is on and undoubtedly, it is also a good idea that she shows up looking her best with the way she chooses to tie such hijab. It is a struggle to always want to tie a hijab in the best way possible whether it be to stay original and funky in the mosque, at school, or out and about. With my own experience at hand it is true that any woman would prefer the easiest way possible to look effortless and original.  With that said, this article will develop five different ways to easily wrap a hijab that will at the end give you a new “updo” without having to show your hair. This article can soon benefit women who are simply searching for easier ways to tie their hijab or women who are new believers in the monotheistic religion.

There are a good amount of female students in Thomas A. Edison CTE High School like Maira Jamil and Badiallo Diawara that wear a hijab and still need some help when it comes to maintaining or keeping it original when tying their hijab to attend school. This article can soon be used to spread this wisdom to other family members or women who are new to Islam and are struggling with the regime of having to tie a hijab in the morning before they leave the house.