This falls under the category of intention and as such you are free to have any hair colour you wish so long as the intention or motive for that isn't to imitate the styles of non-Muslims. Since hair styles are fairly universal, this pretty much removes the issue entirely since non-Muslims have their hair in all kinds of styles and colours.
Also, this along ...
I don't know from where people get that it is prohibited,as this has no backup unless in the local customs!
Here is a reference to the Fatwa @Abdel Rahman Shamel mentioned.
You find in Sahih Muslim
Abu Salama ibn 'Abd al−Rahman reported: I along with the foster brother
of 'A'isha went to her and he asked about the bath of the Naby
(Messenger of ...
Leaving it noticeably longer in some areas compared to others is what is known as qaz' (Arabic: قزع), which the Prophet ﷺ forbade us to do. Either shave it all or leave it all:
حَدَّثَنَا أَحْمَدُ بْنُ حَنْبَلٍ، حَدَّثَنَا عَبْدُ الرَّزَّاقِ، حَدَّثَنَا مَعْمَرٌ، عَنْ أَيُّوبَ، عَنْ نَافِعٍ، عَنِ ابْنِ عُمَرَ، أَنَّ النَّبِيَّ صلى الله عليه وسلم رَأَى ...
The General rule for hair colors
All hair colors are permissible except for the dark black, even the color between brown and black is OK.
It was narrated from Jabir that he said: “Abu Quhaifah was brought to
the Prophet (ﷺ) on the Day of the Conquest (of Makkah), and his head
was all white. The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: ‘Take him to some of
"people consider those girls are bad and not pious and have performed
any unethical deed(like haram or touching of non-mehram)that she
possess such hair, is it true in islam"
No. I am sorry brother, but such beliefs suggest major jahiliyyah (ignorance), no offense to you if your family members or friends have such beliefs.. but they need to change them ...
It is recommended or obligatory to not cut the hair and nails after the month of Dhul-Hijjah has begun, based on hadith:
إذا دخلت العشر وأراد أحدكم أن يضحى فلايمس من شعره وبشره شيئا
When the ten days (of Dhul-Hijjah) begin and one of you wants to offer a sacrifice, let him not touch anything of his hair or skin.
من كان له ذبح يذبحه ...
Cutting hair on the head is an obligatory ritual of Hajj:
ولا تحلقوا رءوسكم حتى يبلغ الهدي محله
And do not shave your heads until the sacrificial animal has
reached its place of slaughter.
— Quran 2:196
لتدخلن المسجد الحرام ان شاء الله امنين محلقين رءوسكم ومقصرين
You will surely enter al-Masjid al-Haram, if Allah wills, in safety,
with your ...
Generally it's considered acceptable. E.g. IslamWeb writes:
There is no an evidence in Shari'a that prohibits or commands shaving/removing the hair of a woman's/man's leg.
and its permissibility is confirmed in another IslamWeb fatwa:
It is permissible for women and girls to remove the hair of their arms, legs and the rest of the body, except that ...
As Nadeedm wrote, Shias agree that women must cover all their body parts except hands and face (provided they don't have make-up) but for some reasons Iran has failed to enforce this law uniformly on its citizens and Shia scholars seldom approve of harsh enforcement of Islamic code of conduct as they think it is counterproductive if not impossible. However ...
Al sheikh Ibn Baaz (may Allah have mercy on him) said that it is allowed for a woman to cut her hair as long as it isn't meant to imitate kafir women, and as long as it pleases her and her husband, but since you're not married then that isn't a problem. It was also narrated in Sahih Muslim that Abu Salamah Ibn Abdel Rahman said: "The wives of the Prophet ...
All perfect praise be to Allah
Imam Bukhari narrated from Ibn Abbas that the Prophet (Sallallahu
Alaihi wa Sallam) "Has cursed men who make themselves like women and
has cursed women who make themselves like men"
So, as long as you are not falling in this category, it is fine to cut your hair.
It was narrated in Saheeh Muslim “The wives of the ...
You just asked for hair extension but there are different kind of hair extensions. Some extensions comes from human hair but some comes from animal but doesn't matter either these are from human or animal, it is forbidden in Islam
Abd Allah said:
The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) cursed the woman who adds some false hair and the woman who asks for it, the ...
The answer is there is no answer. Your question is about the cause of the ruling ('illah, Arabic: عله). None of the multiple ahadith on the topic gave a reason why dying with black is forbidden. This is a matter of "We hear and we obey" rather than being a matter of logic. So, whatever you may hear or read on the matter will be speculation or personal ...
' if women having resembles like men's so she have to remove her hairs only because its disfiguring the women. She can remove her hairs from upper lips and down lips like you said beard a liking hairs she also remove her hair from her cheeks and calves.
This is not the same as plucking (eyebrows hair removing process) which is forbidden.
I had written an answer to a similar question on another site, which I am copying (with slight modification) below:
Plucking of the eyebrows goes against the sunnah of the prophet and should not be done; much like getting a tattoo or lengthening the hair, it is considered a form of changing what Allah has created. There are a number of ahadith wherein the ...
AFAIK, we don't have any hadith that says directly it's wrong to have long hairs, BUT we have hadith that says to men, don't make yourself like woman (don't shave your beard) and also don't make yourself like Kufaars (the reason some Muslim don't grow moustache, because at the time, Persian Empire men used to grow moustache).
If growing long hair is OK ...
I have read extensively about hair for men in Islam.
Imam Ahmad may Allah have mercy on him, clearly stated long hair is a sunnah for which you'll be rewarded. He was honest enough not to declare it "just a custom" (as one influential Saudi scholar claimed, without evidence of course). Instead imam ahmad confessed that he finds that sunnah to ...
All Praise to Allah Subhan o Taala and blessings on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His Family and Companions
From some narrations we get to know that blessed hairs of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him were distributed among his companions and later on it is transferred among the generations and preserved.
Anas (May Allah be pleased with him) ...
Muslim women must wear the full veil curtain for all body when they are outside her home (in Public) or attend a foreign man,
As stated in the Qur'an:
And tell the believing women to reduce [some] of their vision and
guard their private parts and not expose their adornment except that
which [necessarily] appears thereof and to wrap [a portion of] ...
Wearing wigs are haram for another reason:
An Ansari girl was married and she became sick and all her hair fell out. Intending to provide her with false hair, they asked the Prophet (saws) who said:
"Allah has cursed the lady who artificially lengthens (her or someone else's) hair, and also the one who gets her hair lengthened."
Sahih Al-Bukhari ...
As the islamqa article mentions: Dying hair pure black is Makruh(disliked) and not haram(forbidden) according to the Hanafis, Malikis and Hanbalis. The Shafis differ about it, with Nawawi considering it haram and Gazali considering it makruh.
The part about it being allowed in war is explained here. Its permissible as a stratagem of war, in order to give ...
اَلسَّلاَمُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ اللهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ
Islam admonishes Muslim women to dress modestly and cover their 'Awrah and forbid the use of false hair.
Allah says in the Quran in Surah an-Nur verse number 31:
وَقُل لِّلْمُؤْمِنَاتِ يَغْضُضْنَ مِنْ أَبْصَارِهِنَّ وَيَحْفَظْنَ فُرُوجَهُنَّ وَلَا يُبْدِينَ زِينَتَهُنَّ إِلَّا مَا ...
All Praise to Allah Subhanahu wa Taala and blessings of Him be on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His family and companions.
Yes your mother is suggesting you a Sunnah.
"The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) had the 'Aqiqah for Al-Hasan with one
sheep, and said: 'O Fatimah! (peace be upon her) Shave his head and
give the weight of his hair in silver as charity....
The underlying reason dying one's hair black is forbidden is because of ahadith:
"Some people will dye their hair black like the breasts of pigeons at the end of time, but they will not even smell the fragrance of Paradise."
Sunan an-Nasa'i 5075 [grade: sahih]
Jabir b. 'Abdullah reported that Abu Qubafa was led (to the andience of the Holy Prophet)...
I don't know how Muslim women had their hair cut (if they did) in our Prophet's time or if there's any hadith about this subject, but I will provide some options that come to my mind for women who don't want to show their hair to men other than their family.
1. Cut it yourself. This has the risk of cutting your skin and you may not achieve the shape that ...
The answer is yes if these persons are married or mahrams there's no harm in doing so for the hair of the head. (The matter for married people is discussed in this fatwa in Arabic islamweb #176041)
Else it is not permissible.
The mahrams are basically quoted in (24:31):
... not expose their adornment except to their husbands, their fathers, their ...
There are two opinions in this matter. Common thing in them is that they do not consider it part of eyebrows. Where they differ is that if a woman is allowed to pluck any hair from her face, some consider only eyebrows etc which are prohibited to pluck. While other consider all facial hair in the ruling of not allowed to pluck.
Now, if you satisfy your-self ...
I assume you are a girl.
No there is no mention of it being as Haraam. If a girl likes to look great it's totally OK and natural. The only thing is that the this beautifying should only been seen by those who are Mahram.
I know that Many Muslim parents tell their young daughters that you can't put on makeup and stuff. It's correct if she's going out to ...
According to the ruling of Grand Ayatollah Khamenei as a Shia Marja' al Taqlid:
Shaving (thread) and decoration is not considered as a haram act by
itself, but it would be haram if it is counted as the cause of
concupiscence stimulation or the man makes himself as a women.
Therefore in accordance with the mentioned ruling we can say that perhaps it ...