Here’s Some of Our Fave #MuslimWomensDay Content From Our Partners

The 5th Annual #MuslimWomensDay global campaign explored the themes of healing, resilience and renewal. Alongside our Muslim Women’s Day summit and strong social media presence, we partnered with the likes of Allure, Byrdie, Vogue Arabia, and Teen Vogue (just to name a few!) to bring you more empowering and engaging content to celebrate Muslim women everywhere! Check out the articles from our partners listed below and keep the conversation going with the #MuslimGirlArmy hashtag.


The Muslim Beauty Bloggers Who Have Helped Me Use Makeup on My Own Terms | Allure


Bumble – 5 Lessons I’ve Learned from Being in an Interracial and Interfaith Relationship


9 Muslim Women In History You Didn’t Learn About In School (


3 Stunning Hijab-Makeup Pairings ft. Shahd Batal (

How My Faith as a Muslim Helps Me Cope With My Chronic Illness (

Halal Vitamins Can Help You Simplify Your Supplement Routine (

A Muslim Woman Shares How She Uses Her Hair as a Form of Resistance (

Why Beauty Has Become My Sacred Self-Care (


8 of Our Favorite Muslim Beauty Bloggers & Makeup Artists to Follow | Her Campus

How Being a Multicultural Muslim Woman Empowers Me | Her Campus

I’m a Muslim Woman & I Choose Not to Cover My Head | Her Campus

The History & Importance of Muslim Women’s Day | Her Campus

The Burden of Success as a Second-Generation Immigrant | Her Campus


Muslim Artist Alia Sharrief on Hip Hop & Modesty | HYPEBAE

Teen Vogue

Being Isolated With My Parents Helped Me Learn What Being a Muslim Woman Really Means | Teen Vogue

Queer Muslim Heroes to Celebrate This Muslim Women’s Day | Teen Vogue

The National

Muslim Women’s Day: 10 books on females of faith | The National (

Vogue Arabia

Why Muslim Women’s Day is Important to Iconic Female Trailblazers (

Yoga Journal

How My Restorative Yoga Practice Is Helping Me Heal | Yoga Journal

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Jessica Daqamsseh is a freelance writer, published poet and educator based in North Carolina.