Bridal Hijab Lookbook By Hijab Stylist Shamma
One popular request from our Muslim Bride sisters has been to share with them the latest bridal hijab styles and ideas on how to wear hijab on the wedding day. Well since this art is a rarity in our nation at the moment and we do not like sad sisters, we traveled virtually all the way to Male’ the capital of Maldives to find you some help and inspiration. Bridal hijab stylist, Shamma of Shumsie’s Bridal Hijabs has put together a very pretty Lookbook of few of the kind of bridal hijabs styles that she put together for brides for the current wedding season. Her hijabs are usually styled on the spot. All the accessories shown in the Lookbook are handmade and fabrics such as organza, satin, tulle, chiffon or silk have been used to create the following beautiful and elegant styles.
Bridal hijabs and styling by Shumsie’s Bridal Hijabs, Makeup by Leykoka Looks and Photography by Portrait Album
The talented hijab stylist, Shamma is from Male’, the capital of Maldives. She has always had an interest in hijab styling and has been styling hijabs as a profession for about ten months now. All her work has been self-taught and each hijab has been styled to perfection after hours of practice. For Shamma, modesty is important and she makes it a point to cover up the ears and neck in all her hijab styles. Her designs are usually a mix of Turkish, Egyptian and Indonesian Looks. She has a special interest in the intricate Turkish styles and her looks are also inspired by vintage and whimsical designs and pastel colors.
Now at this point, you are most probably wondering if this talented hijab stylist caters to the international audience? Well unfortunately, this service is mainly an on the spot hijab styling service and none of the hijabs have been made/sewn. The ruffles and folds that you see in the hijab styles have been created using pins and therefore sadly this service is only available to people in Male’ the capital of Maldives which is where Shamma is located.
Not all is lost though, you can sill learn and apply her style in the comfort of your own home. Since lots of people around the world have sent Shamma emails and messages requesting for her hijabs, she has decided to make some easy tutorials (Yay!) that anyone interested can follow. Following is one of her tutorials that shows two ways one could wear a simple bridal hijab.
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