TOP 7 HIJABI’S TO FOLLOW

In the absence of appropriate influential power, the initial journey of a hijabi can oftentimes become challenging and controversial. Ultimately their self-esteem drops down and they judge themselves based on how others perceive them.

Constantly remind yourself neither everyone is supportive nor all are criticizing and negative. At the very start of my transformation, I was not only inspired by the people surrounding me in my personal life, my inner circle but also by the hijabi community’s most eminent social media influencers. Here are some of my favorites YouTubers and bloggers who have motivated and strengthened my beliefs over the years.

Top 7 Hijabi's to Follow

1# Amenakin

Presently based in London with Indian origins, she is the founder of the store Pearl Daisy and the creative mind behind the revolutionary Hoojab. She has inspired thousands of girls not only by her hijab and makeup tutorials but also by showcasing her entrepreneurial skills. Do look forward to her videos featuring her husband Osama which are endearing and displays the immense support and encouragement offered by her spouse.

Top 7 Hijabi's to Follow

2# Ruba Zai

She embarked her expedition on you-tube as a teenager under the name Hijabi-Hills. Today Ruba Zai has taken the whole modest fashion game to the next level by representing the country Holland internationally. Within one year of her career, being featured in magazines, TV shows and Radio like Elle America, Hoda magazine and MBC2 is a huge accomplishment. She collaborates with the owner of SADOQ Muslimah Fashion Wear for emphasizing and promoting modesty in her fashion style.

Top 7 Hijabi's to Follow

3# Nabiila Bee

The superb Algerian/Russian multi-talented Nabila is a Youtube Guru, inspiring blogger, fashion designer, stylist, and model. She makes the perfect youtube hijabi fashionista offering a wide range of videos from turban tutorial, beauty hauls to lookbooks  Her hijab tutorials with statement necklaces is one of the most popular videos she ever posted whereas the most anticipated videos are the ones with her little baby sister Amena

Top 7 Hijabi's to Follow

4# Yaz the Spaz

Yasemin Kanaris is an American vlogger who helps Muslimahs learn new hijabi styles. Her videos and Instagram pictures display not only her hijab style but also stars her adorable friends and family especially the ever so charming Momma Spaz. Her channel also focuses on healthy meal ideas, work out regimes and fitness advice.

Top 7 Hijabi's to Follow

5# Saman Munir

In my opinion, the cult hijab styles today were pioneered by the gorgeous artist Saman Munir. Her Hijab and, beauty tutorials are eternally promising and simple to follow. She lately launched her own online website MakeUpHijabs selling stunning hijabs, under scarves and accessories.

Top 7 Hijabi's to Follow

6# Maryam Abdullah

Maryam and her sister Jaserah are huge sensations on Instagram for their distinctive fashion style. Recently the girls launched their own hijab online store Cover33 which has the widest range of quality hijabs. Maryam being an IT professional takes out a few hours every week to inspire women to blend fashion and faith in the best possible ratio whereas Jaserah is the creative designer of Cover33. In addition, my everyday hijab style was inspired by none other than the gorgeous Maryam.

Top 7 Hijabi's to Follow

7# Hijab Fashion

An incredibly coordinated platform launched by two remarkable Muslimah fashionistas Safiyah and  Lina.Their blogging and posts on Hijab are so inspirational that it pulls every observer to follow their style and own their manners. Something that needs to be informed to all of our readers is that their blog also serves the Instagram hijabians to get featured by simply putting a hashtag along with their picture. Follow this amazing profile on Instagram covering more than 1 million followers.

Every girl has a unique style of her own. Get the inspirations from these stunning ladies and blend the mixture of fashion and faith in the right ratio today!!

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