I believe that everybody knows what instagram is, a free photo sharing program that most happening nowadays. We can see some of friends on facebook posting their photo with instagram. It allows users to snap a picture then apply a digital filters and transform it look and feel then post it into a variety of social program such as Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. It’s fast and beautiful. Unfortunately, instagram now still only support iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android users. It is can be taken from iTunes App Store for Apple’s product and Google Play for Android. So, how about people doesn’t have iOS or Android? By having a little touch up with Adobe Photoshop, we can transform photos look like instagram photos.
One of the famous filter in instagram is Nashville, here I have tutorials for editing photo by using Adobe Photoshop to have similar result such Nashville effect in Instagram.
1. Open the original photo which is going to be edited:
2. Click New Layer at the right corner of Layers pallet or press (Shift + Ctrl + N)
Nowadays, pashmina and hijab styles are growing up more and more. Many hijabers created their own creative style in using hijab, but most of them haven’t sharing the tutorials. Some of my friends asked me to post again the tutorials I’ve collected from the internet so they could have some adding inspiration beside collecting hijab tutorial books. While being beautiful hijabers come easier, don’t forget to get the essence of being hijabers that is being closer to Allah Swt.
Here I’ve collected more originally comes from Malaysian blogs;
At this part, I want to share some tutorials from personal blogs that may also become our inspiration in hijab stylish. When I collected the tutorials from the internet, I realize that using hijab in more creative ways made us being more confidence when we go out with our families or friends.
Here are the tips from moslem stylish:
easy but cool…
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Have you tried one of the previous hijab tutorials? Hopefully it may help you to improve your creativity and ideas of wearing hijab. The next tutorials I loved came from one of famous hijab online shops in Malaysia, scarfsweethoney, the hijab were so adorable and beautiful. It looks comfortable to wear and I thought many ideas could be found there to help you in creating your own style. Let’s check the tutorials below:
Today, I want to share tutorial pictures about how to wear beautiful hijab which all of them I’ve got by browsing on the internet. They come from some moslem fashion websites and some from personal websites. Hopefully these tutorials collected could help us to improve our creativity in using hijab as a moslem girl or hijabers. There are so many tutorials I found on the internet that we can try them one by one at home and find the best style fit to our personality.
Nowadays, many moslem are difficult to decide wearing hijab, this is certainly true for reverts, but may also be true for them whose families or even whose cultures are not particularly observant. However, I hope Insya Allah will be helpful to us who are considering wearing hijab but find that something is holding them back. Start to ask our deepest heart inside, about what is true and what is wrong by ignoring much information which are conflicting, find something you are really trust on it, and that’s what we called it “a believe”.
Okay, now let’s get started to see what I’ve been collected from the internet. These first tutorials come from facebook page of Moshaicht Fashion District, one of the hijabstore that located near my office. I have been there for several times and really enjoy the hijab fashion they were offered. Here are some of the tutorials of wearing hijab from them:
For the next one month ahead I will join a JFA training outside my office from February 13th until March 9th 2012, and will not available at my desk. That’s why, I think that I should organize and tidy up my files in the computer. So when my friends need some data from my desktop, the files will be easier to find.
First step, I look inside my documents and data, Oh My God… so messy… you can check it out below: