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  • Trimming women's eyebrows for weddings Date: 20-5-2004

    I decided to set up an Islamic Centre for Ladies, Al-Hamdu Lillah. As a first step, I started to make a wedding preparation for brides. So ladies demand to trim their eye brows. I know this is Haram and also it is banned from my activities. But I was told that for weddings this is okay. I am not sure about this. Please can inform me how.. More

  • Use of permanent hair dyes Date: 26-4-2004

    Some women dye their hair using semi-permanent hair colours which wash out after several washings similar to coloring with henna. However, permanent hair colour solutions do not wash out but grow out as the hair grows longer. What is the ruling on using permanent hair dyes?.. More

  • Women wearing hair weaves to cover baldness Date: 18-4-2004

    I needknow if sisters can wear hair weaves ifthey arecompletely bald? The answer to this question isgreat needed... More

  • Treatment for baldness Date: 13-3-2004

    I'm 27 years old and I suffer from baldness on the side of my head. Can I wear a wig or transplant from the back of my head to the front side? Please give advise with the Islamic view... More

  • Wearing coloured contact lens Date: 1-1-2004

    In Islam can a Muslimah wear contact lenses of colour other than her own eye colour?.. More

  • Do not dye hair with black colour Date: 10-12-2003

    I wonder about eyebrow can a woman color them black? My eyebrow is blond and I color them black and I have done it for now 10 years if I quit I look sick when I color them it looks normal... More

  • Yes, shaving eyebrows is strictly forbidden Date: 13-11-2003

    I have read in this Fatwa that; Shaving eyebrows is strictly forbidden since the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) curse those who shave them. However, if the hair of eyebrows grow in an abnormal condition that deforms normal position of them then one may shave them only to remove the deformation. 1) Where has this information been taken from? Which.. More

  • Curling hair and shortening it Date: 13-11-2003

    Are Muslim women is allowed to curl her hair?.. More

  • Wife cutting her hair Date: 5-11-2003

    Is it Halal for my wife to cut her hair (at her shoulders)? She has a Hijab for outside the house... More

  • Wearing contact lenses for adornment Date: 7-10-2003

    Can we wear coloured contact lenses if we don't need to wear them for our eyesight?.. More

  • Woman Removing Hair from the Body Date: 17-9-2003

    I first thank you very much for this wonderful website. May Allah bless you and reward you for every thing you have done in this great website. I just have some question I hope you would help me answer them. - Is dreaming of the future a bad thing. Left me explain like I would set by my self and start imagining how my future Gonna be like how I would.. More

  • Are pedicure and manicure permitted in Islam? Date: 13-9-2003

    Is pedicure and manicure permitted in Islam? All done to beautify women and these things help her to look beautiful!.. More

  • Removing hair on the legs Date: 15-7-2003

    Is removing part of the eyebrows forbidden in Islam? What about hair on my legs? If a woman has very hairy legs and the husband does not like it, can she remove them? If so please give me the proper references... More

  • Plucking Eyebrows Date: 16-9-2002

    I know that it is Haram for a female to pluck her eyebrows, although there is 1 Hadith which states that she can do so for her husband.However, I have heard that if a female suffers from poor self-esteem, low self-confidence, and hates her appearance, due to the way her unplucked eyebrows change her appearance, it may be permissible for her to pluck.. More

  • Plucking Eyebrows Date: 12-9-2002

    I know that my question was already asked and I read the reply that plucking eyebrows is not permissible. I stopped doing that and I feel depressed because it really looks horrible. The only think, I want to know is do some scholars authorize it because I regularly watch Iqra' and Religious programs and I saw TV program guests who are Head of Sharia.. More