Our Ana Bedouin hijabs are exclusively designed by our founder, Nurjan. The collection was inspired by her recent travels to Hajj and the women she met during her journey.
If you love our casual/urban take on hijab styling, then you're in the right place!
The great thing about this hijab collection is that it is massively versatile. You can select any hijab, which can then be paired with one of our Ana Bedouin bandanas. Our growing range of choices, allows you to create different looks consistently without breaking the bank! ...Phew - we hear it.
We're here with a visual tutorial to show you how to style our Ana Bedouin Collection.
1. CHOOSE A HIJAB
If you would like equal lengths to fall down the front when worn, position the hijab on your head in the centre.
You could also position the hijab with one side long, and the other side short. This will allow you to throw the longer side over the shoulder and create more coverage around the neck and chest area.
However you decide, once the hijab has been positioned, step 1 is now complete.
2. POSITION THE BANDANA IN PLACE
You want to keep the bandana central and in equal lengths as you position it around the forehead and on top of the hijab.
3. GET READY TO TIE IT
Once you have chosen the position of the bandana, slowly bring it to the back of your head (in equal lengths) getting ready to tie it.
4. TIE THE BANDANA IN PLACE
Depending on how tight you prefer the bandana, tie it in place accordingly. We would recommend that thinner/silky fabrics are tied more tightly to ensure it stays in place.
5. YOUR LOOK IS NOW COMPLETE!
It's that simple, no pins required! You can continue to style the hijab by bringing one side forward and over the shoulder or simply leave the hijab to hang forward, back, to the side or wrapped over the head - the choice of styles are endless!
You can also check out our Youtube channel for tutorials on all our collections and Ana Bedouin styles.
If you have any questions or suggestions, leave your comments below.
You can also read our blog: 3 simple Ana Bedouin hijab styles