How to Wear a Hijab with Glasses

How to Wear a Hijab with Glasses

Hijabs have become a symbol of modesty, elegance, and self-expression for Muslim women worldwide. However, for women who wear glasses, finding the right balance between style and practicality can be a challenge. In this article, we will discuss some tips on how to wear a hijab with glasses to ensure a seamless and fashionable look.

1. Choose the Right Hijab Style

The first step in wearing a hijab with glasses is selecting the right hijab style. Certain hijab styles, such as square hijabs or hijabs with longer edges, can conflict with the frame of your glasses. Instead, opt for hijabs with softer and longer edges, such as triangle hijabs or pashmina hijabs, that can drape effortlessly over your glasses. Experiment with different styles to find the one that best suits your face shape and glasses.

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2. Consider Your Frame Size and Shape

When it comes to glasses, the frame size and shape play a crucial role in how they pair with a hijab. Consider the size of your glasses frame and the overall balance it creates with your hijab. Oversized glasses can make your face look smaller, while small frames can overwhelm your hijab. Ultimately, aim for a balance that suits your facial features and hijab style.

3. Choose the Right Hijab Fabric

The fabric of your hijab can also impact how it sits with your glasses. Opt for hijab fabrics that are lightweight, breathable, and smooth. This will help ensure that your hijab doesn’t bunch or crease around your glasses, creating a polished and professional look. Avoid wearing hijabs that are too heavy or textured, as this can create unflattering creases and wrinkles.

4. Tuck and Secure

Once you have selected your hijab style and fabric, it’s time to learn how to wear it with glasses. Start by tucking the hijab under your chin and secure it with a hijab pin or clip. Ensure that the hijab is securely fastened, so it doesn’t slip out of place as you move or adjust your glasses. This will create a neat and structured look.

5. Adjust and Style

Don’t be afraid to play with different hijab styles and adjust the placement and drape accordingly. Experiment with tying your hijab higher or lower, adjusting the length, or incorporating a twist or bow to add interest to your outfit. Remember, your hijab should be comfortable and look effortlessly styled, even if it requires a few adjustments.

6. Embrace Accessories

Accessories can elevate your hijab and glasses ensemble. Consider pairing your outfit with a statement necklace or earrings to draw attention to your face. Adding a pop of color or pattern to your hijab or glasses can add a touch of personality and style to your look. Remember, less is more when it comes to accessorizing, as it can sometimes distract from your overall appearance.

7. Practice and Experiment

Wearing a hijab with glasses takes practice and experimentation. Don’t be afraid to try different styles, colors, and fabrics until you find what works best for you. Remember, confidence is key, and embracing your unique hijab and glasses combination will exude elegance and style.

In conclusion, wearing a hijab with glasses can be a stylish and fashionable choice. By selecting the right hijab style, considering your frame size and shape, choosing the right hijab fabric, tucking and securing your hijab, adjusting and styling it, and incorporating accessories, you can create a polished and professional look. Remember to practice and experiment, and your confidence will shine through.

When wearing a hijab, what material of glasses is most comfortable?

Regardless of how tightly or loosely you wear your hijab, you will be more comfortable wearing a slim, lightweight frame. The glasses should not feel too heavy on your face, so if you choose a metal frame, choose one that has adjustable nose pads. Additionally, if you choose an acetate frame, be careful not to choose one that is either too tight or too large. If you have sensitive skin, you may want to choose hypoallergenic glasses. The temples should be smooth and should fit comfortably around your ears, otherwise they may rub. Acetate frames, titanium frames and stainless steel frames are usually the best choices for avoiding irritation to your skin.

Varifocal glasses are crucial for individuals who wear them because the frame size plays a significant role. In order to ensure a comfortable viewing experience, it should have a lens height of at least 30 millimeters. You can find more information about choosing the best frames for varifocal lenses in our recent blog post. Considering our various lens options and packages that will help ensure your lenses are durable and not too thick if you have a high prescription might also be of interest to you if you have a high prescription.

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You should consider the shape of your face

The shape of your face is also important when choosing new glasses to wear with a hijab.

Ideally, a retro square frame or rectangular frame will add length to your features if you wear glasses and have a round or oval face. Square-shaped faces can also be contrasted with trendy ovals or stylish rounds, which soften your features. For oblong faces, wide glasses like the boxy square or large wayfarer glasses work best. For diamond or triangular faces, large clubmaster or oversized cat-eyes work best. If you have a heart-shaped face, try a pilot aviator frame or a pair of retro wayfarer frame. These designs have a prominent browline which adds width to your forehead while balancing your features. Your chin will be less noticeable when you wear flat aviator glasses with round lenses, while your face will be balanced by winged corners on Wayfarer glasses.

Choose a colour that suits you

The right colour glasses for your hijab should be tailored to your skin tone. To determine if your skin tone is warm or cool, look in the mirror. A warm complexion has yellow or gold undertones, while a cool complexion has a pink or blue cast. Warm-toned people are naturally attracted to lighter colors like pink and peach, as well as gold frames. Darker colors, such as black, blue, and silver, are best for cooler complexions. It is generally a good idea to choose shades that follow your natural color if you are unsure what to go for. Generally, ombre and tortoiseshell are great choices because they have a mix of tones.

It’s up to you to express your style in a way that is comfortable for you. There are no rules to follow when selecting glasses. Choose ones that complement your skin tone, if that suits you.