Hijab wig or hair hijab

This photo is making its rounds all across the internet and has people talking up a storm.


hijab wig or hair hijab


My thoughts… it’s pretty clever and unique.

Reminds me of wearing a towel or flowing scarf as a kid and pretending to have long hair.

I’m very tempted to order this just for fun and see how it would look on me.

Although not sure I’d go out in public like this… 🙂


What do you think?

This article has 8 comments

  1. Mary

    Looks awkward…. What is the use of the hijab if it is tight fitting.

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  3. Mariam Sobh

    I do want to try this though just for fun. Maybe it doesn’t really look like a wig.. I do find it quite hilarious that someone was creative enough to come up with this concept lol.

  4. Lina

    I totally agree with AyseBlogosphere …missing the point of hijab!

  5. Jodi

    Now this is different! WOW! Crazy WOW! I would like to try it only. I think it’s a fun thing to try but I can’t say I would be brave enough to wear it in public. It seems more like a party thing. It would be great fun at a women’s party. Otherwise I don’t think hijab would be taken seriously. You’d definitely get lots of attention! Then I wouldn’t call it being modest at all. Considering how I’ve seen young women on campus wearing ‘hijab’ on their heads but tight fitting jeans and pants otherwise, I could clearly see them wearing this in public as well.

  6. LK

    Its weird. Regardless of whether or not it fulfills hijab it just looks odd. Like an anime character. I love me a crazy colored wig, but if someone was going to do this they’d be better off with an actual colored wig.

  7. Zeynub

    I think it’s pretty funny. But I’d prefer they not use the word “hijab” in describing it. Else it’d be a pretty vain attempt. I mean, hijab’s meaning is to cover or hide.
    It looks like something I’d wear to feel what it feels like to have dyed orange or dyed purple hair. Basically for fun, not for actually using as a covering.

    No offence intended, though.

  8. AyseBlogosphere

    no . Just no. Nothing to add to it. This is obviously missing the point of hijab.

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