The COVID-19 pandemic, which has been going on for almost two years, has changed people’s habits and lifestyles. Various products were issued to meet the needs of Muslim women, in order to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.

Including the Indonesian hijab online shop that adapts and innovates to make useful products during the pandemic. This hijab product that was released also became a trend during the pandemic.

Like the hijab that has a cover on the mouth, instant Hijab that is used while at home and many more. At the end of last year the Hijab trend during the pandemic. Here’s the review

1. Khimar Mask

A cloth mask is one of the personal protective equipment to cover the nose and mouth, in order to comply with health protocols. To make it look simple, online stores also make hijabs that are already integrated with masks.

This hijab makes the wearer feel safe and protected, even though the initial layer should use a medical mask This hijab mask has become a hit since the COVID-19 pandemic. Generally, hijab masks are made with a khimar model and use cotton or jersey material that falls and absorbs sweat when worn. The sizes also vary which are sold by local online shops.

2 Hijab Holes Wear Earloop Mask

For those of you who like to wear earloop masks or masks that are attached to the ears, local online stores answer that need. There are various catalogs that sell hijabs that have holes in the ears, so you can wear hijab earloop without using a hijab connector.

This instant hijab with a hole in the ear is available in the form of bergo and pashmina with a wide choice of colors and sizes. Unisma You don’t have to bother opening the hijab to wear an earloop mask, because there is already a hole in the ear.

3. Sports Hijab

During the COVID-19 pandemic, exercise was carried out to increase immunity and maintain endurance. Especially cycling and jogging are carried out by Muslim women in the country. In order to stay comfortable with sports, online shops are also competing to make sports hijabs in various forms.

There is one that blends with a comfortable top and hijab and doesn’t make you limp when sweating during exercise. Prices and color options offered vary.

4. Hijab Bergo Nonpet

Furthermore, the hijab that is trending during the pandemic is the hijab with non-pet. This hijab is practical, making it easy for users to form a hijab or take pins.

Generally, women wear hijabs with non-pets when picking up packages or buying daily necessities. In addition, hijab bergo nonpet is also stylish and simple when going out of the house.

5. Hijab with straps

In addition to hijab with non-pet, hijab with rope is also a mainstay of hijabers. Because the shape can make the cheeks thinner. Hijab with non-pets usually uses ceruty baby doll or diamond premium materials.

The strap on the bergo serves to adjust the level of comfort when worn. And you can shape the rope to be inserted into the hijab, so the rope is not visible from the outside.

6. Hijab Bergo Plisket

The plisket hijab is favored by hijabers because of its unique shape, does not need to be ironed and is easy to shape. During the pandemic, local online shops also made innovations with woven ropes made of plisket.

You can look feminine and beautiful by wearing a hijab with plisket straps. But you need to be careful in buying, because usually this hijab uses a thinner material and is dreamy when worn.

7. Instant Pashmina Hijab

Pashmina hijab is also back in hits during the pandemic. In order to make it easier to use, local online shops make pashmina hijabs that already have ciput together with the hijab.

This instant Pashima hijab is available in various sizes, using ceruty baby doll material and the inner part is cotton or soft jersey. In addition, there are instant pashmina hijabs that use a rope so that it can be measured according to your comfort

There are also instant pashmina hijabs that are sold using rubber instead of pins. However, this hijab is not much in demand because it is difficult to shape and the hair can be seen because it is too loose

Those are 7 hijab trends during the pandemic, which is your favorite hijab?