Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

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A Muslim blogger has made a splash on social networks with her extraordinarily creative approach to cosplay: she manages to transform into characters without taking off her hijab.

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Amalina Hamza from Malaysia is creative online under the nickname Misa. She manages to transform into cartoon characters such as Sailor Moon, the sinister bat and "scarface", reports This is Insider. By bringing an Islamic women's headscarf to cosplay, Miisa set an example and inspired many Muslim girls.

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

The style icon from Kuala Perlis, Malaysia, is registered on Instagram under the nickname Miisa MHC, and in Facebook under the nickname Kawaii Miisa, became known all over the world.

According to her, the idea to combine cosplay with Muslim clothing came to her a year ago. Then she was literally fascinated by the outfits worn by anime characters.

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

A 24-year-old girl posts her experiments on social networks and invites her peers to communicate according to their interests in the field of cosplay, without sacrificing religious duties.

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

At the same time, it is not without criticism — in particular, Miisa is often scolded on social networks for excessive use of makeup.

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networksCosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Cosplay without removing the hijab: Miisa from Malaysia blows up social networks

Keywords: Girls | Cosplay | Malaysia | Hijab

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