All hijabis need a strong hijab, great for your skin tone – the hijabs you take when you have no time to round. Your hijab range should be packed in all fabrics you need that allow the most out of your skin tone and no-fail solids. Various prints also have multiple skin colors, but here we concentrate mainly on the solids. Read and watch for tips based on your gorgeous skin tone, and don’t forget to store your colors on our chiffon hijab for you!
For Dark-colored Skin (Hijab Special)
I want to say that dark Skin is the most flexible of all skin tones, based on what dark skin color you have. Carefully mix camels or mocha in the natural skin tone and select ivory and gold over white and silver.
Two distinct shades, one of our lovely ladies in HH Spotted Club – she’s in the Daily Chiffon Hijab in Dark Olive to the links; and the Luxury Jersey Hijab in Light Mink to the correct.
Almost all solid colors complement dark Skin with ease, whether light, silent, neutrals, or pastel. See how chic Jet-Black luxury jersey looks at the amazing lady to the left, while the Sunset Boulevard prints to the right lighten the profile with a bold, jelly rose hue.
Stocking colors: white, blackened, golden, rich chocolate, dark blue, pink, cranberry, purple, hunter green, white, blush, rose, mauve, aqua.
For Medium colored Skin
In the case of women with average skin tones (like me), neutrals are your best choice for healthy skin solids that still look fantastic. Both fabrics are neutral shades like ivory, beige, taupe, camel, blush, and mink. Opt for ivory over white (the coolness of white may be enough to wash out when warm ivory brings out the best of your Skin). Black may look pretty good on much of the medium Skin.
The autumn hues – these colors are right in your sweet spot – are more no miss colors for medium skin shades: sienna, amber, olive green, teal, and indigo.
For light color skin
When the Skin is light, it depends on whether you have pink or yellow shades, the intense hue that best looks at you. White & black look good on the Skin (black can be rough on the Skin if you already have light) and beiges, camels, and dulls (especially with rose tints) if you don’t like them. They look good on the Skin, but black and black look good on the Skin.
Don’t be scared about going brave! Recreate the right look with our Sapphire daily Chiffon Hijab! Or try our Jet-Black Luxury Sweater Hijab like the glamorous left lady. Bold shades of jewels like cobalt, emerald, ruby red, royal violet, and vivid hues like water, canary yellow, and light pink look beautiful on transparent Skin, and pastels will make you wonder if you have pink tones. Still, you should have yellow-ish undertones. Try them first.
Above is an excellent example of how yellow and pink undertones distinguish. On the left, Leena is at the Light Mink Luxury Sweater Hijab. She wears this rose pastel quickly because of her pink undertones (I would say that she ought to go-to signature!). On the right is the Rose Quartz Luxury Sweater Hijab, which cheeks a soft rosy tone. Don’t know if the undertones are rose or yellow? Look better with gold or silver gems? Pink signifies silver, and yellow undertones suggest gold. Look great in both? Fortunately, you do! In almost every strong you’ll look fantastic!
Stock colors on white, black, grey charcoal, grey dove, silver, sapphire, purple royal, emerald, pink pastel, baby blue, lavender, canary yellow, hot rose, turquoise. Coloring on: white, black.