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4 EASY SIMPLE HIJAB TUTORIALS

wpid-photogrid_1441725337865.jpgAs promised in my previous blog post, here is my update on how you can create 4  eye-catching looks with your tassel hijabs in just few seconds. To turn heads in a party or at your workplace, watch these simple every day hijab tutorials and if you would like to learn how to make these cute tassel hijabs, check out DIY Tassel Hijabs

Statement Necklace have taken the center stage this season in the fashion industry, click here to watch how to use a tassel hijab to style it into an amazing neck piece for you.

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My all time favourite hijab tutorial, it gives a good amount of coverage both in front and back. Click here to see how I style this gorgeous pink hijab from Aldo.

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Click here to see this animal print hijab tutorial which was one of the most requested on my Instagram and Facebook page. All I did  in the end was bring both the tassels together and pinned them in the middle.

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All u need is a hijab with tassels on all the 4 sides for this style where I ended up setting one side over my head to create a crown-like style.

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DIY TASSEL HIJABS

The season’s most prominent fashion highlight are the gorgeous and elegant tassel hijabs. And, if you are anything like me with heaps of hijabs falling off your wardrobe or not ready to spend on one more expensive hijab. You are at the right place my lovely ladies, these DIY tassels can spike up an old hijab in just few minutes,

All you need to make Tassel HijabsItems Required

  • An old Hijab/Scarf
  • Embroidery floss/Yarn/Cords
  • Needle Threader
  • Clear Nail Polish
  • Big eye Needle
  • Scissors
  • Card Board/Fork
  • Measuring Tape

Optional: Beads and Chains

Based upon the length preference of your tassel you can either use a fork (for mini tassels) or a cardboard cutting (to create longer tassels)

To get started cut a 8 inch (Purple) and 15 inch (Yellow) embroidery floss each. The former which will be used to attach the tassel to your hijab while the latter will be wrapped around the tassel.

Method 1 Using Fork

Make tassels using a fork

Start wrapping the embroidery floss over the fork as shown in the picture. I ended up wrapping it 50 to 60 times for a fluffy thick tassel.

Remove the wrapped embroidery floss from the fork and with the help of scissors cut the middle. Next tie a knot in the middle of your tassel using the purple thread.

Create your tassel by folding it in half and wrapping the yellow thread around the tassel a few time about a half inch from the top. Apply a drop of clear nail polish on the knot tied with the yellow thread and trim off the excess.