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Minggu, 24 November 2013

When Green Meets Brown And One Selfie Is Never Enough

Assalamu'alaikum dear reader,
how's life? Hopefully fine like mine or even better :)
In this post I wanna give my thank to Annida Magazine for giving me such a fabulous hijab from HIKARI Hijab. Love this two-tone hijab so much. Oh, my mom likes it too :)
So sorry for the bad quality of the photo. It was taken with my smartphone :P

Selasa, 19 November 2013

My Kind of Transformation

Assalamu'alaikum dear reader,
just 3 weeks to UAS and I've been busy to prepare it. I had make schedule with Ana for our study plan. It's gonna be a tough 3 weeks I think. How about your day? Hopefully good :)
Fyi, now I'm writing and posting this post using my smartphone. It's my firstie and I'm not used to it but at least I'm trying, right?
By the way the first photo below is my kind of "transformation". The upper left is me when I was still on 9th grade. The upper right is when I was still on 10th grade. The photo below them are when I was on 12th grade (grey hijab) and my present look. I miss my chubby cheek *sob sob* Oh ya, now I'm using Wardah as my facial treatment, especially the acne series. I should treat my face and body nicely for my own satisfy and my FH hehe
The second photo is my current favorite cam style :P
I think that's all for now.


Sabtu, 16 November 2013

Tutorial And A Little Sharing From Me

Assalamu'alaikum dear reader,
my life so far so good. How 'bout you? By the way I'm gonna share you a hijab tutorial. It's a chest-covering hijab style using pashmina (thick, so it's not transparent). It's very simple. It can be your college or daily-look style. By the way it's my college and daily look style actually (whispering) hehe. I was taught by Ipeh, my classmate at college.
1. Use your pashmina with one side longer.
2. Pin it under your chin.
3-4. Take the long side, bring to the front and then the back of your neck back to its side.
5. Pin it with your favorite pin or brooch.
6. Done! It's a chest covering hijab style :)
I still confused about the definition of tabarrujj. I... yeah, tabarrujj means "too much". Wear so much accessories on your hijab or layering too much... I was told to wear it simply--triangle hijab, pin it under chin and pin it a lil under shoulder. But I've also ever heard that we can follow the fashion thing but don't break the rule (keep syar'i, please). The style above is simple but up-to-date. So... is it tabarujj or not?
Yeah, nowadays there are so much muslimah playing with styling-hijab thing (turban, aliqa, and bla bla bla). For turban, it is not recommended because it shows our neck shape and doesn't cover our chest. As for layering, layering too much can make our head looks bigger than it should be. It also can make the camel's-back shape and it is forbidden in Islam. And for wears too much accessories, I have no doubt it is tabarujj or not.
I know my hijab is still far from perfect. For tutorials in this blog, since two months ago I've never use the not-covering-chest hijab style anymore. The style on the last 2nd post is half-covering. Just realized it after write this post *sob sob* That style is my friend's style. Actually to play save, I often wears pashmina as my hijab because it is thick and long enough (covering my chest). I never blame every muslimah who doesn't wear syar'i hijab because, like me, we change step by step, slowly but sure, insyaAllah, to be better.
As for outfits, please don't wear tight outfits (tight top or skinny jeans). It can show the shape of our body. Top + skirt or long dress can make us looks more girly and elegant. No trouser because it's boyish. Sounds impossible??? Naaah. How could I say that? Because alhamdulillah I've left my trousers and just wear skirt or long dress :) Amazing thing is when we can do the impossible thing, right?
W-o-w such a long write from me O_o Bismillah, insyaAllah it'll useful for you dear reader, especially for you dear ladies :) Hope we can be better and better every each day, one step at a time. InsyaAllah.
See you on the next post.

Minggu, 03 November 2013

Chest-covering Hijab Style (^_^)

Assalamu'alaikum dear reader,
how are you? Hopefully fine like me :)
Today, I heard about Muhammad Al-Fatih (Muhammed Al-Fateh) from Ka'Indri. Heard about how he conquered Constantine. And I realized, I adore him already.
Today also I want to clarify what is the definition of Syar'i outfit for woman to Ka'Indri. She said Syar'i outfit is not transparent, not tight (show your body shape), use chest-covering hijab style (no turban style), and not look like a boy (something like using trouser). Alhamdulillah, it's been +-2 months of tight-skinnies-free. No trouser for outside activities except for physical exercise.
We can up-dated the fashion nowadays but we shouldn't ignore the Syariah.
By the way, I wanna share a chest-covering hijab style to you.

1. Use your pashmina with one side longer.
2-3. Take the longer side of your pashmina under the short side and bring it over your head.
4. Pin it in front of your ear.
5-6. Take the middle part of the short side and pin it upper-behind your ear.
7. Pin your pashmina in front of your ear with your favorite brooch.
And it's done!
Happy trying!
Please feel free to ask about the step or leave comments or even critics :)


Love You Forever, Dad

Just wanna share my heart's voice :)

Allah SWT had answered my pray. My Dad visited me in my dream last night. I couldn't help my self to not cry. I really miss him ;( But my Mom asked me not to cry because my Dad doesn't want her daughter to be sad because of him. So I erased my tears and stopped crying. I'm still happy I could meet him again although just in dream. And you know what? My Dad was really handsome in my dream. He smiled at me. And I know he has already been happy in Allah SWT's side :) InsyaAllah.
Love your forever, Dad.

your daughter, Reni

Sabtu, 02 November 2013

Red and Blue

Assalamu'alaikum dear reader,
today I attend Ka'fajri's wedding with Farah. Ka'Fajri was an UNJ college student who taught in my Vocational High School. Pity, I didn't take photo with Farah or Ka'Fajri *sob sob*
I really like this blue pashmina my cousin, Nas, bought for me in Pasar Tanah Abang. Really comfortable and easy to be styled :) Thank you, cousin. By the way, you are my "wali" now (talk to my cousin).