Does garnishing or decorating food come under the heading of excess which is haram?Is garnishing or decorating food one of the objectives of sharia? Or does it come under the heading of excess which is haram?
Ruling on a man wearing a ring with a lapis lazuli stoneWhat is the ruling on wearing a ring with a lapis lazuli stone, because some people say that this stone has streaks of gold and copper, but they are very small?
Ruling on buying wigs to practice doing haircuts and new hairstyles, and the ruling on buying and selling human hairWhat is the ruling on buying wigs to train and practice doing haircuts and new hairstyles, but I will not put them on my head; I am only practising on them? Is it permissible to take pictures of them and put them on social media, as my work is doing haircuts and hairstyles, and I do not want to publish any pictures of women?
Ruling on using hyaluronic acid on the skinIs it permissible for me to use Hyaluronic acid on my skin which is a gooey substance produced by human body. The largest amounts of it are found in your skin, connective tissue and eyes. Now it is available in certain skin care products. Is it permissble for me to apply it on my skin. It has a lot of benefits like keeping the skin moisturized and radiant If it is not permissble to apply the above. Can I use the vegan hyaluronic acid which is fermented from bacteria, can I use this product on my face.
Ruling on selling planet bracelets to men and womenI have been selling these planet bracelets for three years, and I never had any intention of shirk (associating others with Allah). I thought that this was not shirk, and I wrote on my sales copy: “Show how much you love your loved ones by giving them this beautiful bracelet” and “You will have the whole world in your hand.” These were just words from songs that are appropriate for this beautiful gift. Whatever the case, 1. Is it permissible to sell a product like this? 2. Is it permissible to keep the profits I made from this product for the last three years, because I was only trying to sell this item for the purpose of adornment only, and I thought there was nothing wrong with selling this kind of adornment and wearing it, but I became really confused about this item after Ramadan this year?
What is the ruling on a man using mascara and the like to beautify his eyelashes?What is the ruling on a man grooming his eyelashes, and is that regarded as imitating women?
Doing Wudu and Ghusl While Wearing Fixed WigI am a twenty-seven-year-old woman. I am completely bald on my head as a result of sickness, may Allah grant us and you wellbeing. This causes me a great deal of embarrassment when I have to meet people, and in front of my colleagues at work. That has had a great impact on my psychology. It was suggested to me that I could replace my hair with a wig that is attached to the head and remains there, and can be taken off the head once a month. Is it permissible for me to wear this type of wig, and to do ghusl and wudu and pray whilst wearing it? This is the most appropriate for me, as the nature of my work and my life requires me to be with people all the time, and I find it very difficult and embarrassing to conceal this defect. Please advise me urgently, as I am in a great deal of emotional distress.
Ruling on using a dermaroller to cleanse the skinWhat is the ruling on using dermaroller treatment and applying creams afterwards to nourish the skin, whether they are natural or are manufactured halal creams, whilst avoiding creams that cause swelling of the skin, such as collagen, which trap water and cause swelling in the skin? Is it permissible to use the dermaroller whilst adhering to the guidelines mentioned above, or not?
Ruling on removing a birthmark from the bodyI am a man who has a birthmark, which is different in colour to the rest of my body, on my right shoulder. I want to remove this birthmark, so that I can look normal. I have read on your website a question and answer entitled Ruling on Cosmetic Surgery (no. 47694), from which I understood that removing defects is permissible, because any procedure that is done for the purpose of restoring things to their natural condition, with which Allah created most people, is not regarded as changing the creation of Allah; rather it is restoring something to how it should be naturally. Because Allah, may He be exalted, created man in the most beautiful form, restoring a feature to its natural appearance, which makes it look normal, should not be regarded as haraam, because looking normal results from restoring it to its natural form and its perfect creation. It is well-known that a normal appearance is better than an appearance in which there is a defect, because man was created in the best form, therefore removing a birthmark should be permissible. This is my question.
Ruling on using Elleebana technique to thicken and beautify the eyelashesWhat is the ruling on using Elleebana, which is something that is used to thicken the eyelashes, and it remains for quite some time (semi-permanent). The Internet is full of ads promoting it and teaching how it is done and what it is. Does using it come under the same ruling as adding hair extensions?
The colour of her lips darkened; is it permissible for her to colour them?I am a young woman, and I know that it is not permissible for a girl to adorn herself when she goes out of her house, but I have a problem, which is that I have begun to suffer from darkening of the lips. This has caused me to lose self-confidence, because there are a lot of comments: Do you smoke? Your lips are like men’s lips. I have tried a lot of natural treatments, to no avail. Is it permissible for me to use some light lipstick to hide this darkness?
Ruling on using vitamin C tablets to make the skin look bright and youthful?What is the ruling on using creams, or mixtures consisting of a number of creams, to lighten some areas of the body, noting that these areas were light, but with the passage of time their colour changed. Is it permissible for me to use vitamin C tablets to make the skin look bright and youthful?
Is Laser Hair Removal Haram?I am a nurse and I have been transferred to work in a laser hair removal clinic. This includes the entire body, including the private parts. Thus every day I am compelled to carry out a number of laser procedures and to work on removing hair from the private parts of some women. What is the Islamic ruling on this work of mine? Should I carry on in this job or not?
Is It Haram to Dye Your Eyebrows?I would like to know about using dyes, whether for the hair, eyebrows or eyelashes. What is the ruling on that, if the dye is permanent and will not fade? Is doing that regarded as changing the creation of Allah, may He be exalted?
Is it true that the Maalikis allow plucking the eyebrows for women other than those who are forbidden to do anything to beautify themselves?I read that the view of the Maalikis with regard to plucking the eyebrows is that it is permissible, and that the prohibition on plucking the eyebrows is interpreted as applying to women who are forbidden according to Islamic teachings to use anything to beautify themselves, such as one whose husband has recently died and one whose husband is missing. Is this true?
Ruling on “skin sewing” that can be removed at any timeI would like to know whether “skin sewing” comes under the heading of changing the creation of Allah, which is haraam and with which Iblees threatened the slaves of Allah. In brief, this refers to a form of adornment in which a needle with thread is passed beneath the transparent outer layers of dead skin on the hands and feet only. And we do not pass a needle any deeper than that, into the layers of the skin. This method means that the needle does not cause any sensation of pain or leave any marks in the skin at all after sewing with the needle. It is possible to remove the needle from the skin on the same day, and it is not permanent at all, hence I do not regard it as being like tattoos or plucking the eyebrows in any way like the haraam things mentioned above. I hope that you can clarify this matter.
Is Microblading Haram?What is the ruling on shaping the eyebrows with microblading?
Treating cracks in the feet with tattoosI have a problem with cracks in my feet. I do not know what causes them, but they do not look good and there is no remedy. They advised me to get tattoos to hide the problem in my feet. Is that permissible for me?
Plucking and dyeing the eyebrowsI understand that plucking the eybrows is prohibited in Islam. I have the following questions. 1) Can the eybrow hairs be trimmed? 2) Can the eybrow hairs be lightened in color (for example from brown to blond)? Please provided daleel.
Extending the hair with a piece of cloth.The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Allaah has cursed the one who makes hair extensions and the one who has this done.” Does this include the pieces of cloth or ribbon which young girls put in their hair and which may be made in the shape of a rose or whatever for decoration, or the necklace of white ribbon which some of them wear? I have young daughters, and I am afraid of them falling into sin.