I would like to find out whether it's disallowed to use a hair regrowth product which contains alcohol to prevent hair loss.
Revered sheikhs, as-salamu `alaykum. I s it allowed for men to have long hair? Some people say that it is sunnah to have long hair. Is it really so? Are there some hadiths?
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. I know making and shaping of eyebrows is considered as haram in Islam..But am I allowed to remove small hairs above my eyebrows?These hairs are light in colour and are just above the dark and actual shape of the eyebrow?Removing them will not make my eyebrows thin neither would it change the shape of the eyebrow?The reason I want to remove them is that they give a dirty and untidy look to the face.. Jazakum Allah khayran.
Is it OK for men to have laser hair removal of their armpit and moustache? What if the dermatologist is a woman?
As-salamu alaikum dear brothers. I would like to ask you about ghusl in the case of woman with long hair. I know ahadith from Umm Salamah and Aishah, in which is said, that woman with plaited hair is allowed only to pour water over head three times. But what it exactly means??1. Does it means that water must reach the roots (skin)?2. Does it means, that water must reach every hair, whole lenght of everyhair? Reach inside braids?3. What is it "plaited hair"? Is it also a "bun" or any other type ofhairstyle?4. Does this rule about plaited hair concern also europenan type of hair, which is easy to undo? Because the main problem in our country is that wethair cause cold.Jazakum Allahu khairan for your answer.
Salaam,Could you tell me if it is permissible for women to dye their hair at an english salon?I am aware that the colour black is not permissible but are all the other colours permissible?
ASSALAM O ALAIKUM: RESPECTFUL SCHOLARS,I WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT REMOVAL OF PUBIC HAIRS.I AM VERY MUCH CONFUSED THAT FORM WHERE TO START REMOVAL OF HAIRS WHERE I SHOULD STOP. I M A MALE & DISCUSSED THIS QUESTION WITH MY FRIENDS BUT NO ONE KNOWS ISLAMIC POINT OF VIEW ABOUT THIS MATTER. KINDLY HELP ME IN THIS REGARD. I SHALL BE THANKFUL TO YOU. MAY ALLAH GIVE US MORE KNOWLEGE OF ISLAM.
Asalaamulakam brotherI am 30 year old, unmarried female.I have a question in regards to wearing false hair. I suffer from imbalanced hormones, which means I am have excess hair on face and acne. There was a time brother, where people would not sit next to me, including muslim sisters. This all lead to scars in my confidenceToday, my concern is my lost hair. My hair loss condition started ten years ago. As soon as, my hair loss condition became obvious to me, I seeked treatment for hair loss experts. In the last ten years, I have spent more then £10,000 in trying to gain (re-grow) my natural hair (using various treatments). I have tried really hard. After exhausting most remedies and treatments to gain my natural hair back, but I feel I have failed. In addition, I work in a laboratory, and the harsh chemical environment are also adding to my hair loss (I know this because most girls who I work with also are suffering from hair loss). So the combination of to hormonal imbalance and my work environment have together added to my hair loss problem.The only option left for me is to use false hair strands to volumize my thining hair on my scalp, using synthetic hair. My intension is not deceive anyone, but to increase my self-confidence, because I am suffering from great psychological effects.I have had a consultation for hair transplant (which is said to be permissible/Halal), but unfortunately my consultant told me that my condition might not be suitable for hair transplant. Please note, that I am female (hence my pain is much more then men, who suffer from hair loss). In addition, also note that I look after my elderly parents, but because I am suffering from depression, they are suffering also.I have been looking the net vigorously, the answer has been confusing. Please brother can you guide me. I love Allah and do want to upset him and to curse me. But I need to gain confidence, so that I can earn and fed my poor parents. I have no brother or sister or any family in this world and me not having confidence means I cannot function properly.And please note, my hair loss is permanent, I will not be able to gain my hair back. Unlike most hair loss in women, it is temporary for them. This is not the situation for me, because when I started my hair loss, I turned to a herbalist (who conned me of my money) and its treatment did not work, - but because of the time elapsed in the treatment, my pores had closed (which means most treatments will not grow my hair back).The treatment I want to undergo is thin transparent porous skin-like material is bonded to my scalp through your own hair. Extra hairs, artificial (I am going to use synthetic hair) will be added to my existing hair. Can you advise if this is permissible, considering the psychological effects hair loss is having on me? Please note before giving answer I want to mention that I am suffering psychological stress (I have started to get fits in stressful situation) and also being facing abuse by distant relatives. In addition, I want to mention that I have embarrassing scars on the side of my temples and the only way to camouflage them is having my hair open or behind a fringe. At the moment, because of not having much hair on my scalp, i cannot style my hair to hide my scars, which is further decreasing my confidence and affecting me.Please brother, if you cannot answer my question, can you help me get theanswer, because I am to embarrassed to speak to imam over the phone.Jazarkulla-khair Sister
Al Salam Alikum,I am expecting a new baby in the coming week or so in Shaa Allah. I want to make sure that I follow the proper Sunnah related to the birth of a baby. While I know all the rituals, I am hesitant to shave his head just because I am afraid that I will hurt him since I have no experience doing that. My wife is more afraid than I am and insisting on shaving the baby?s head might lead to a problem in the household amidst what is supposed to be a happy occasion. Is it possible to avoid shaving his head while remaining faithful to this Sunnah. For example, can we estimate the weight of the baby?s hair, find out how much it costs in terms of gold or silver and donate the equivalent in cash? If yes, did the scholars specify an agreed on estimation for the baby?s hair weight? Jazaka Allah Khairan..
Dear Scholar/s, My question is about artifical/synthetic hair that is stiched to the original hair to lengthen and give body to existing hair, which normally lasts for 1 to 2 years. Please advise if this is allowed. In my case I am considering it strongly for the purpose of making my relationship with my husband better and keeping him from straying (he is of weak character and always interested in other women & has cheated on me many times too). Since having kids I've become overweight and naturally i have thin hair, which has gotten worse since the children. I am trying to make myself attractive to my husband and hair is one of his weaknesses, hence I am contemplating the idea of artifical hair. Please note: I observe hijab strictly and Alhumdulliah, no man other than my husband will benefit from my change. Please advise.
Dear scholar s, As-Salamu `alaykum. I am a 26-year-old unmarried male. I suffer from hair loss and it is causing me psychological strain so that I won't even go to the front rows in the mosque as I think others are laughing at my bald patch. I have heard of hair replacement, in which a thin transparent porous skin-like material is bonded to your scalp through your own hair. Extra hairs, real or artificial can be added to your existing hair. Can you advise if this is permissible, considering the psychological effects hair loss is having on me? Jazakum Allah khayran.
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. My family believe that it is Islamically wrong to brush one’s hair or clip one’s nails at nighttime. Is this true, or is it a cultural construction? Jazakum Allah khayran.
Is it obligatory for the Muslim woman to wash her hair thoroughly while performing Ghusl, keeping in mind that there might be more than one relationship during the same day? Thanks in advance.
Respected scholars, as-Salamu `alaykum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatuh. I'd like to know how to dispose of fallen hair and nails. Shall I bury them? Jazakum Allah Khayran
As-Salamu `alaykum, I was thinking of having laser hair removal surgery. Before doing this procedure, I was wondering if this is allowed. Thank you very much for providing this service. I have learned a great deal through this site. May Allah bless you!
Is a woman permitted to cut her hair if it becomes too long? If yes, is she allowed to sell it?
As-Salamu `Alaykum. I have seen your site and it is very useful for the Muslim Ummah as well as for the others who like to understand this religion. May Allah bless you and me as well! My question is: I am 45 years old and my hair is almost gray compared to the other people of my age. Is it haram to dye my hair? If I can dye it black, can I use the artificial dye materials, which are available in the market? I hope to receive your reply soon. Jazakum Allah Khayran.
Respected scholars of Islam, As-Salaam `Alaykum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatuh. Is it permitted to cut nails and hair before taking bath, while I’m in a state of Janabah? Thanks for your help.
As-Salamu `alaykum, dear scholars. I would like to know if it is permissible for a woman to relax her hair, that is to put relaxer cream on her hair. Thank you and may Allah bless you.
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Is it halal for Muslim men to make corn rows? Corn rows are hair braided into rows and then pulled back. Jazakum Allah khayran.
Salam Alaikum, I have a question regarding the dyeing of hair with newer products used now days such as Loreal, which you can get from Walmart. I am not referring to Henna, as the Prophet (Peace be Upon him) used to use. My Question is, is it acceptable in Islam through Islamic rulings and Shariah to dye your hair, and will your Wudu be acceptable if you have dye in your hair? I would like to get an answer from Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qardawi, if possible, please, if not then any scholar may answer.Thank you very much, Wasalam