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Doing These 6 Things Will Help Keep Your Hijabs Looking Like They’re Brand New

Well-dressed women will always command attention. And just as a fine looking hijab goes a long way in helping you look graceful, a shabby looking one can easily dent your overall look. And with many of us spending a substantial amount of money for good quality hijabs, not to mention the time that goes into picking the perfect choice, it makes even more sense to always ensure we are taking good care of our headscarves. Enter the hijab beauty protectorexperts at MODBEAUTYKEEPER, who have shared the secrets to long-lasting hijabs.
As well as helping you look your best, the following tips and tricks on how to keep your hijabsfor all seasons and occasions looking sparkling clean and brand new, will undoubtedly save you some dry cleaning bills.
 
1. Don’t forget that under scarf

Wearing your hijab directly on top of your hair allows whatever hair products you have appliedto easily transfer, rubor smear all over it. Plus, your hijab can causedamage toyour hair if the material isn’t soft or light. And one other reason to get hold of an under scarf is that it makesyour hijab look a lot smoother on your head.
 
2. Invest in some translucent powder

While make-up amps up any look, there’s a big possibility of staining the underside of your scarf while applying it. One trick to tryafter applying all your make-up, including your setting spray, is to  dab some translucent powder around your hairline with a slightly damp beauty blender. Once you’ve done that, get hold of a clean brush and get any excess powder off your face. Then, simply wrap your scarf how you normally would, and when it’s time totake it off, the process  should be effortless.
 
3. Add MODBEAUTYKEEPER to your shopping list

When you putmake-up on before your hijab, you run the risk of make-up staining the underside, and when you apply it after your hijab, the beauty products may make their way on to the top of your scarf. The secure, one size MODBEAUTYKEEPER is the beauty protector you need to ensure your make-up looks great and stays off your hijab. 
 
4. Keep your hijabsin a separate space
Keeping your headscarves in a clean and dry area is one of the best ways to keep them looking in tip-top shape.And give them some TLC by having a separate draw just for them. By folding them away from the rest of your clothes, you can rest assured zips or tags won’t get caught on them and pull away a loose thread.
 
5. Make room for some baby powder
From make-up to sun cream and lotions, there are so many oil-based products, which are a nightmare to remove. As soon as you notice an oily product has made it onto your hijab, rub some baby powder into the affected area. The powder absorbs the oil, helping lift most of the stain. After letting the baby powder sit for 30 minutes, remove the excess powder and gently handwash your scarf.

Summertime means sweat stains will inevitably end up on your hijab. especially if you love those lighter colours during the more carefree months. When this happens, mix baking soda and dishwashing soap in a bowl, dip a toothbrush in the mix and carefully rub at the affected areas. Once all stains have been covered, sprinkle some baking soda over each stain. After 10 minutes, gently handwash your hijab and hang it to dry on a clothes dryer or carefully place it on a flat surface. Air drying is the best way to let your hijabs dry as it helps retain theirshapes.
 
6. Remember this summertime hack 
Summertime means sweat stains will inevitably end up on your hijab. especially if you love those lighter colours during the more carefree months. When this happens, mix baking soda and dishwashing soap in a bowl, dip a toothbrush in the mix and carefully rub at the affected areas. Once all stains have been covered, sprinkle some baking soda over each stain. After 10 minutes, gently handwash your hijab and hang it to dry on a clothes dryer or carefully place it on a flat surface. Air drying is the best way to let your hijabs dry as it helps retain their shapes.  
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The Genius Tool Every Hijabi Makeup Lover Should Use

Raise your hand if you’re sick of getting foundation stains on your hijab whilst applying makeup. We thought so too, and we have a solution for it! We bring you, MODBEAUTYKEEPER, a breakthrough tool for as little as $25, that will keep your makeup from ruining your hijab. So makeup enthusiasts and vloggers, worry no more!

 
 

 

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Une publication partagée par ModbeautyKeeper® (@modbeautykeeper) le 12 Mars 2020 à 9 :02 PDT

The first of its kind, this protective cover hijabis is entirely handmade and cruelty-free to save you from the worst cream and powder stains. MODBEAUTYKEEPER is a one-size, secure adhesive-enhanced fabric protector, which comes with a cute pouch and can be used up to 5 times.

 

 
 

 

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Une publication partagée par ModbeautyKeeper® (@modbeautykeeper) le 13 Mars 2020 à 9 :03 PDT

MODBEAUTYKEEPER is the brainchild of Nandi K. Barker, a Dubai based New Yorker who got inspired from makeup tutorial and spotted the gap in the market.  After thorough market research in cosmetics stores, Barker came to the conclusion that she will face the stubborn issue of makeup transfer on clean hijabs. Designed in Dubai, MODBEAUTYKEEPER is the ultimate beauty tool to a mess free makeup application. 

 

 
 

 

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Une publication partagée par ModbeautyKeeper® (@modbeautykeeper) le 8 Mars 2020 à 9 :04 PDT

Adaptable to the many styles of wearing a hijab, this genius accessory is your new makeup hero. How does it work? The protector fastens securely to the hijab with a friendly adhesive to deter makeup from transferring onto a clean hijab and voilà! Shop it here.
Author: Amrita SinghSubtitle: It’s bound to become a staple part of all hijab beauty lovers.2 months agoFeature image: Pictures: 

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