Hijabers of Indonesia have consumer power



 The 37-year-old, who in her 20s would save up for the latest Guess clothes and Revlon make-up, now strictly buys products that show she is a proud Indonesian Muslim – and she hopes to persuade others to do the same.

Although this article came out a few months ago, it highlights the increasing trend of Muslim women to push for their own products and brands.

We love the idea of supporting one another and that’s part of our goal here at Hijabtrendz: to highlight and showcase various companies by and for Muslim women.

Part of our mission this year is to support more Muslim businesses and buy from them whenever possible so they can grow their businesses and provide us with more quality products.