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What does head covering in real life look like? Head covering for those who haven’t really had any exposure or experience with it can be mysterious. Photos online of those selling coverings are professional, beautiful but not real life.
I’ve asked some of the wonderful ladies in my head covering group to share their photos of everyday head covering in real life situations.
These women are mothers, grandmothers and single women that have decided head covering is biblical. Some practice it daily and some only part-time. The styles range from hijab, to tichel, to draping, to bandana-style.
Whatever head covering style appeals to you, there is a head covering in real life photo that will correspond.
I appreciate these ladies letting me use their photos. Pictures like the ones below are a constant encouragement to my head covering life.
Especially if you aren’t surrounded by a community of covers, I encourage you to be involved with other head covering ladies online to find support for your journey as a head covering Christian woman.
If you would like to submit pictures, please upload them to me on Facebook.
Head covering looks different for every woman. Some women choose to do it all the time, while others choose to do it only part-time.
Personally, I cover more than just at church, but less than all the time. I might cover while grocery shopping one day, and not the next. Some days I need an extra reminder of my God or I feel especially prayerful.
However and whenever you choose to cover, I pray that these photos make head covering in real life more attainable.
Head covering Christian woman who loves good coffee and stinky cheese. My favorite dessert is Peanut Butter Chocolate Cheesecake. I am a Christian author, blogger, and speaker. I fell in love with my husband because he had rain drops on his glasses (true story). In my spare time I homeschool my seven children (5 girls, 2 boys).
Stop accepting lackluster faith as normal. Press in with this new devotional and step out of a mediocre Christian experience.
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