The hijab is a religious and cultural practice that covers the full body of the woman.
It covers the hair, head and neck, as well as the face and body.
It’s the most popular form of head coverings in the Muslim world, and it’s also worn by many in Australia and the UK.
It also helps protect against sunburn, sunburn-related illness and sun-related accidents.
While some cultures consider the hijab to be too revealing, others find it liberating.
“It’s a pretty popular and very beautiful form of covering that people love to wear, and I think that people do tend to find a lot of pleasure in it,” Dr Zia Sohrab said.
“There’s definitely a lot more freedom to choose what to wear.”
Dr Sohram said she would recommend wearing a headscarf when you go to the beach, especially when you have a baby.
“I think a lot younger people will be more comfortable in a hijab, but it will be a little bit more restrictive in the summer time,” she said.
“It’s very important that you do not get caught in a situation where you have to wear a hijab.”
In Australia, a head scarf is still legal, and a woman who wears a head covering is also legally considered to be a woman, so a hijab is still permitted.
The hijab will become more popular as women become more aware of it, with more women wearing the garment.
Dr Sosh said it was important to make sure you are not wearing the hijab just to cover up.
“When you have children, you have got to have that balance of wanting to cover yourself up and wanting to make the family feel comfortable.”
Dr Zosha said it wasn’t too late to change your mind.
“If you are a parent and you are considering changing, you are really making the choice about what you are comfortable with,” she told ABC Radio.
“We need to make it easy to do that.”
If you are in a rush to change, you can use this guide to help you find the right hijab for you.