We always see muslim women who do not seem to have any problem with their head scarf. The scarf never seems to move or change on the head. The pins are the secret to keep hejab fixed on the head. Some styles to apply pins are as follows:
The first style is the ''BUN'' where I wear my scarf tied to the back as shown in the picture below.
Pick a colorful headscarf. They come in all colors and patterns, allowing for you to coordinate your hijab with your outfit. Also consider your face's shape and color to choose a scarf that best compliments you.
The first thing you need to do is tie your hair in a high bun and secure it with pins so your hair is in place then fold the scarf into a triangle, place the scarf onto your head, put the sides at the rear of your head, make a loose bun, and then place the left and right corner all around the bun, this style can be done with a square or long rectangular scarf depending on how big you want the actual bun.
The second style I wear it a bit more covered and volumised and many capetonians know this as an ''Arab Style'' or ''Egyptian Style'' of wearing a scarf/Hijab as shown in the picture below.
Like in the previous instructions make a huge bun with your hair to create volume underneath your scarf, if you don’t have much hair like I do, I wear and under scarf and make a bun with that before putting on my main scarf.
The next step with be using a single long, rectangular scarf then cover the entire head and pull the scarf so that the left end is shorter and your right hand holds the longer side. Bring the longer side to the front, over your right shoulder. Open it up so that the full width is visible. Pull the edge of the scarf under your chin, toward the left side of your face. With your right hand, lift the edge of the scarf over the top of your head. The open scarf should cover both the initial knot and your left shoulder. The right side should be covering your right shoulder and be should hang down to cover half your arm. Pin the scarf on the right side of your head using a clip or scarf pin.