Makeup with Hijab. Wearing a Hijab in Islam is a sign of modesty and simplicity. Along with the covering of the head, you can also use makeup, which will add more charm and beauty to the look. Accessorizing your hijab with the right jewelry and adding the right makeup will change your look dramatically. Today we will give you ideas on how to do makeup with hijab to help you achieve the best of your great features.
If you put on too much makeup, it will be of no use. Keep very minimal makeup. Your focus should be eyes and cheeks. The most important step when you start with the eye makeup is to choose a headscarf that goes well with your eye color. You can choose a light eyeshadow and wear dark shades of the scarf.
How to Wear Makeup With Hijab
Follow these simple and basic makeup tips below:
Eye Makeup Tips With Hijab
Eyes are the most prominent part, and you can add glamour to it by picking the right shade. For a simple c, ange you can apply eye pencil, eyeshadow, and mascara.
For a different type of eye make tutorials check here, and you can put on any makeup as per your choice.
Choose colors which match your headscarf. You should avoid putting glitter and rather go for light gold shades. For a natural look you can use nude shades, and for heavy wedding makeup, you may use shiny shades.
Choose your blush type that suits your skin. Powder blushes are perfect for oily skin. Do a fish face before applying the blush. Then bring your cheeks up, and move the brush towards the apples of your cheeks. This will give a natural tone to your face.
You are always incomplete without a nice bright lipstick shade. Good shade on your lips enhances the look and makes you stand out among everyone. The bright red color and pink shades are perfect for the lips. Try to match the lip shade with the color of hijab. And with this look don’t overdo rest of the makeup.Keep it very light so that it doesn’t give a overdo makeup look. Let your hijab and lips make the prominence.
Beauty items every hijabi should keep in the purse when heading out.
– Eye Pencil
– Face Powder
– Blush on
– Face Wipes
Other than makeup, a few points that are to be considered important are that you should also choose a style of hijab that suits your face shape the most. Persian style hijab and Turkish style hijab are very modern and trendy. Dress up well so that your style doesn’t diminish. Buy yourself a cool pair of sandals or high heels. Match your shoes with the outfit you choose to wear. Long dresses look amazing with a high tied hijab and high heels. Once you are done selecting the outfit, then you can choose a similar shade of eyeshadow and emphasize your features well. Keep the look very soft and subtle.
Don’t go overboard with your makeup. Natural makeup looks much better than a heavy one. For a wedding look, you can use glittery Arabic eye makeup and wear hair accessories. Check out the pictures below to see the hijab makeup ideas and styles.
↓ 15 – Simple Makeup with Hijab
For a simple makeup look, simply wear eyeliner and mascara. You can add a nice lip colour to freshen up your look further. This is one of the simplest makeup routines, and it’s especially recommended for young girls who’re on the go and don’t have time for the whole foundation and contouring routine. You can also check out these 30 Cute Hijab Styles For University Girls.
↓ 14 – Gorgeous Makeup with turban hijab
↓ 13 – Smokey Eye Makeup
For formal occasions, nothing beats the smokey eye makeup. Here we see that the model added a touch of gold to her smokey eye to match it with her hijab, and it surely was a great idea. Check out these 25 Easy and Dramatic Smokey Eye Tutorials this Season.
↓ 13 – Bold Lipsticks with Neutral Colored Hijabs
Neutral colored hijabs like black, white, grey or ivory look amazing when worn with a bold and beautiful lip colour, so do give this style a try.
↓ 12 – Dark Eye Shadow with hijab
↓ 11 – Bridal Makeup with hijab
↓ 10 – Natural Makeup with Colorful Hijabs
↓ 9 – Red Lipstick with Black Hijab
↓ 8 – College girls makeup Look with Hijab
↓ 7 – Makeup with Grey Hijab
↓ 6 – Step by Step Video Tutorial for Wearing Makeup with Hijab
↓ 5 – Makeup with Hijab for Mature Woman
For women above the age of 50, choosing a good base is extremely important. As for the lipstick, simply choose a light pinkish color, and it’s best if it goes well with your hijab. We love the natural makeup of this woman here as it looks great without being overdone. You can also have a look at this awesome collection of Dressing Styles for Women Over 50.
↓ 4 – Makeup with Pink Hijab
Every girl loves wearing a pink hijab. Following the latest makeup trends, you can see here for yourself that silver glittery tear ducts look amazing with any pink hijab so do give them a try but with a nice and soft lip color.
↓ 3 – Makeup Idea with White Hijab
We love this natural and light makeup look with a white hijab. Both models chose white silk hijabs with light pink lip colors, and one of them went for a silver eyeliner for the lower eyelid while the other one went for gold. Both of them look equally beautiful, though. Also, have a look at these 20 Ideas How to Wear a Silk Hijab in Style.
↓ 2 – Dewy Makeup with Hijab
The difference between matte and dewy makeup is that dewy makeup will bring a radiant glow to your face making it look radiant and fresh. However, this is a look that girls with oily skin should avoid.
↓ 1 – Peachy Makeup with Formal Hijabs
When you’re wearing colours like gold or orange, peachy makeup is the look to go for. Peach blush on can really help enhance your cheekbones while making it all look natural and glowy.
Caz, aka Vixen, has been freelance creative writing for several years. She has a lot of experience in different fields including high street fashion, tattooing art, and even the gothic and historical costumes. Caz has a Diploma in Fashion and Textiles and also a Bachelors Degree in Historical Costume and Corsetry. Her passion lies with gothic design, corsetry and any other styles considered to be taboo or unusual. Style-wise Caz has a love for Vivienne Westwood and her take on the punk era. Although Caz loves the weird and wonderful, she has a deep love for all fashion and allows this to show through her work.