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Hijabi Hair Care

Hijabi hair care is just not talked about enough and despite our hair not being on display, the precious hair still requires our tender loving, care and attention. Why can't we take care of our hair for our own benefit and not for the benefit of others? It is easy to spend hours and hours finessing our makeup and perfecting our outfits, as these are obviously exterior things, so we show this to the world. While our hair strands hold on to dear life as it yearns for the care that we deprive of it. Sounds a little exaggerated but it’s true, are we wrong?

Hair care is a form of self-care that should be included in our daily life. It means not to constantly ignore your hair’s needs and feed your hair the things it requires. Taking this step of caring for your hair will do wonders for boosting your self-esteem. Who doesn't want to feel beautiful that every time they pass by the mirror, they think to themselves, "Wow, is that really me?" Make an impression on yourself; it's the only way you'll feel good. Please accept my apologies, but this is a painful reality that you must hear. We have been through this and it is not the one.

And of course, we are aware that taking care of your hair as a Hijabi, is not easy at all we have been there too. Once you leave the mindset ‘I don’t care about my hair, it’s not like anyone will see it’ out the door, put together a routine, and maintain consistency, you will eventually fall in love with your hair and achieve those goals in no time!

Ultimately, Covered’N’Curly is here to help. You can find Covered’N’Curly on two main social media platforms which are Instagram and TikTok - we will soon be on YouTube. We always aim to keep our platforms as interactive and engaging as possible. This is where you can tune into endless eye-catching infographics, all Muna’s wash day routines and all her current favourite products. We currently have a series where we share tips you should consider to help maintain healthy hair whilst wearing the Hijab.

We know that Hair care isn’t obligatory in Islam, but it has been mentioned a few times in Hadiths of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) hair routine and how it is something that we should practice.​

In Islam it is important to keep up with your appearance, to look clean and appear well presented. The Prophet (PBUH) has even shown through the hadith the ways in which he had taken care of his hair and Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) is the perfect role model for us.

The Prophet (PBUH) said: ‘Whoever has hair, let him take care of it’ [Abu Dawud]

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