Credit: Habiba Da Silva
Youtube still remains one of the best social network where one can always go for inspiration regardless of the topic at hand. Meanwhile lifestyle videos by hijabis have become a very popular trend which some say it is to prove to the world that Muslims women are not oppressed. Ehmm. The way women are treated in Islam is way better than what is seen in cases whereby some women / hijabis are forced to act and behave in a particular way in some countries, Well that is a topic for another day.
However, it is a known fact that muslim women have to cover all intimate parts but the understanding of that which should be covered varies from person to person. Back to the topic, these beautiful hijabis share makeup tips, trending fashion ideas and so many more including religious topics like modest outfit ideas, Ramadan and its meal ideas.
In addition, the estimate of the rapidly growing muslim fashion industry is about $96 billion. All thanks to the generation of confident, young and tech-savvy muslims that have embraced confidence with their faith. Increase in young entrepreneurs catering for this. Entrepreneurship especially of Women has always been the heart of Islamic heritage. Various designers like Valentino, Elie Saab among many others have all been inspired especially by Middle Eastern culture and religion.
Some of my most loved muslim youtubers are Eslimah, Dina Tokio, Habiba da Silva, SaimaSmileLike, Amenakin who are full of humor, fashion styles, makeup tips.
Some interesting facts about them:
1. Eslimah, atheist from Estonia in North Europe. She reverted to Islam in May 2011. She is a well-known social icon for fashion (1)
2. Dina Tokio is half English and half Egyptian fashion blogger and youtuber. She design elegant and youthful modest outfits from time to time (2)
3. Habiba da Silva is a beauty blogger and youtuber. She has been writing stories and poetry from a tender age (3)
4. Saima Chowdury as always let us know about her passion for vlogging and photography (4)
5. Amenakin, widely known as the UK fashion blogger and youtuber that invented hoojab (hijab with hoodie) (5)
After searching high and low, these are my favorite 25 modest styles from youtubers which you can rock whenever; wherever; however.
Credit: Habiba da Silva
Credit: Saima Chowdury
Credit: Saima Chowdury
Credit: Dina Tokio
Masha Allah, Very Beautiful. Which do you like best? I am thinking of featuring more muslimahs in my upcoming posts soon, are you interested? Do leave comments.