Many women in the Middle East countries wear hijab to cover their hairstyles. Young women are becoming more prone to different hair cuts and are experimenting their hairs by applying hair dye. Youth and students sport short hairs and hairstyles .Many middle-aged women wear a head scarf or hijab. Women do not wear head scarfs as implemented in college campus or at business oriented places, they wear it as a sense of modesty to their religious belief. In secular countries a head scarf is worn with some of the hairs at the crown of the head to give a stylish look.
Young men out there in Middle East choose not to have facial hairs to change their appearance. In few secular countries such as Turkey hairs are left open casually.
Many women with short hairs often elaborate coiffs underneath accompanied with glittering jeweled hair clips. Women with long hairs tend to style buns or a braid, depending on the type of hijab or scarf to be worn. Many women with very long hairs even opt for two mini buns at the base of their head.
Women with short hair very often tie a pony tail to give a stylish appearance to their scarf or hijab. Many college girls have stylish haircuts underneath their scarves. Girls with fluffy hairs tie a light weight silk scarf, as the thick scarf can give a barred look. Few women adopt curling their hair, shaped coifs or leave it plain.