God never ordered the women to cover their heads or hairs. FIRST RULES: THE BEST DRESS
[7:26] "O children of Adam, we have provided you with clothing to cover your bodies as well as to be graceful, but the best clothes are appropriate clothing. These are signs of God, that they may learn May pull. "
This is the BASIS of the CLOTHING RULES in the Quran. This is the first of the CLOTHING WORKS FOR WOMEN in Islam (Subject).
SECOND RULE: COVER THE BOEZEM
The second line can be found in verse 24:31. Here God recommends the women to cover their bosoms as they dress. However, before we quote verse 24:31, let's first look at some very important words that are always mentioned in this topic, namely "Hijab" and "Khimar"
THE WORD "HIJAB" in the KORAN
"Hijab" is the term used by many Muslims to describe their headscarf, sometimes covering the whole face, except the eyes, and sometimes even an eye. The Arabic word "Hijab" can be translated into veil or yashmak. Other meanings of the word "Hijab" are: screen, cover, cloak, curtain, partition, divide.
Can we find the word "Hijab" in the Quran ??
The word "Hijab" appears 7 times in the Quran, 5 times as "Hijab" and 2 times as "Hijaban", in verses 7:46, 33:53, 38:32, 41: 5, 42:51, 17:45 and 19:17.
None of these "Hijab" words are used as they are (Hijab) today used by traditional Muslims to designate the Moslim clothing requirements.
God knows that generations after Mohammed's death, Muslims would abuse the word "Hijab" to find clothing rules that He never approved. God has consciously used the word "Hijab" rather than them, just as He used the word "Hadith" rather than them.
Hijab in the Quran is completely separate from Moslim's clothing prescription.
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND:

While many Muslims claim that the "Hijab" is an Islamic clothing rule, they completely ignore that Hijab as a clothing prescription has nothing to do with Islam and has nothing to do with the Qur'an. The "Hijab" or headscarf can be traced back to the earliest civilizations. It is encountered in early and late Roman and Greek art. These are archaeological discoveries, both on pots, paintings and in writings. In Greek-Roman culture, both men and women covered their heads in a religious context. The tradition of wearing sleeves (for women) and headscarf (for men) was then taken over by the Jews who recorded in their Talmoed (the idiot is comparable to the hadith and sunna, neither are the words of God) and the Christians also took over. A well-respected Rabbi once told this group of Jewish women: "We do not find a direct command in the Torah that says women should cover their heads, but we know that this has been a tradition for thousands of years." After the death of the Prophet Muhammad, the Hadith writers took over the head cover and encouraged this ancient tradition. Hadith's writers did the same as the Jews, as they did with so many traditions, and they wrote them to the Prophet, considering that the Qur'an does not recommend them.

Anyone studying the ancient Jewish traditions or religious texts will see that the cover of the head for Jewish men and women was encouraged by the Rabbins and religious leaders. Strict religious Jewish women usually still cover their heads, especially in the synagogues, at weddings and religious festivals.
Some Christian women cover their heads on many religious occasions while nuns always cover their heads.

As we can expect, the traditional Arabs of all the people, both Jews, Christians and Muslims, used to bear something to cover their heads, not because of Islam but tradition. In Saudi Arabia, many men still have a headcover, not because of Islam but from tradition.

North Africa is known for the tribe (Tuareg) where the Muslim men carry "Hijab" instead of the women. Here the traditions of the Hijab are reversed. If wearing a Hijab is the sign of the pious and righteous Muslim, Mother Theresa would be considered a leading Muslim.

In short, hijab is a traditional costume that has nothing to do with Islam or religion. In certain parts of the world, men are those who have to wear the hijab while others are women.

Blending religion with tradition is a form of affliction, given that those who follow them follow other laws than God's writings and claim that it comes from God. Destruction is the only unforgiveness if one perseveres to death.

Ignore what God asks you in his book, or follow innovations that do not find a basis in the Qur'an, is a clear sign of rejecting God and His message.

When tradition overshadows God's commandments, true religion takes second place. God accepts no second place. God always comes first and next to Him there is no second. THE WORD "KHIMAR" in the KORAN

"Khimar" is an Arabic word that can be found in verse 24: 31 of the Quran. While the first basic rule of Moslim's clothing rules can be found in 7:26, the second line of CLOTHING WORKS FOR WOMEN can be found in 24:31. Some Muslims quote verse 31 of Sura 24 as being the Hijab, or headdress, by referring to the word Khomoorehenna (of Khimar), in that they forget that God has used the word Hijab several times. Those blessed by God can see that the word "Khimar" in this verse does not represent "Hajib" or headdress. Those who quote this verse usually put (headcloth) or (veil) behind the word Khomoorehenna, and usually in brackets, because it is their own complement to the verse, not that of God. Here is verse 24:31:

"And tell the believing women to throw down their eyes and hold their passions. They will hide nothing from their bodies except what is needed. They will cover their bosom (with their Khimar) except in the company of their Spouses, fathers, father-in-law, sons, step-sons, brother-in-law, sons of their brothers and sisters, other women, male servants or workers whose sexual motivation has taken off, or the young children who have not yet reached puberty. Hit the feet to the ground so that she reveals certain parts of her body. You will turn all to God, O believers, that you may succeed. " 24:31 (translated from English version of Rashad Khalifa) "Khimar" is an Arabic word that means roughly "cover": anything that covers something is a Khimar, a dress is a Khimar, a tablecloth that covers the table of a table is a Khimar, a blanket can be used as a blanket Khimar, etc. The word KHAMRA used for narcotic drugs in Arabic has the same origin as Khimar because they both cover something. The Khimar covers (a window, a body, a table, etc.) while KHAMRA the Mind ". Most translators, who have been influenced by hadith (fabrications), translate the word SLUIER OR MAIN DOCUMENT, thus misleading most people to believe that this verse is intended to cover the head. evening dresses with sleeves

In verse 24:31, God asks the women to use their cover (Khimar) (this can be a dress, a jacket, a shirt, a blouse, a tie, a scarf, etc.) to use their booze DO NOT cover their heads or hares. If God had wanted that, nothing could stop him from hitting it. God has no lack of words. God does not forget anything. God never ordered the women to cover their heads or hairs.
Sometimes it was recommended. Because there were public toilet in the past. So they became less bothered But never word of God.