Burqa, hijab, niqab: What's what?Updated 11:16 AM ET, Mon September 26, 2016 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Burqa, hijab, niqab: What's what?Do you know the difference between a hijab and a niqab? How about a burqa and a chador? Click through to read about the different types of headscarves some Muslim women wear.Hide Caption 1 of 6 Photos: Burqa, hijab, niqab: What's what?Hijab: The scarf worn tightly around the head and neck does not cover the face. It is the most common Islamic head covering. This Indonesian girl is shopping for a hijab in Yogyakarta.Hide Caption 2 of 6 Photos: Burqa, hijab, niqab: What's what?Burkini: The full-body swimsuit worn by Muslim women leaves only the face, hands and feet exposed. Here a woman in a burkini wades in the water with a child at Ghar El Melh beach in Tunisia.Hide Caption 3 of 6 Photos: Burqa, hijab, niqab: What's what?Burqa: This full-body garment has a mesh over the eyes. The burqa is widely used in Afghanistan and was required under the Taliban. These Afghan women are shopping in Herat.Hide Caption 4 of 6 Photos: Burqa, hijab, niqab: What's what?Niqab: The full-face veil exposes only the eyes. A Palestinian bride in Jericho wears this one.Hide Caption 5 of 6 Photos: Burqa, hijab, niqab: What's what?Chador: The full-body black garment leaves the face exposed. These Iranian women are wearing chadors at a political meeting in Tehran.Hide Caption 6 of 6Confused about which Islamic headscarf is which? Here are the different types some Muslim women wear.More from WorldExplosion rocks Damascus airportWatch: French workers boo Macron, cheer Le PenThirty years living and working as a modern-day slaveTurkish MP: 'Disrespectful' to disregard resultGay rights: Greatly expanded, 'impossibly fragile'