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Asalamualekum, I know shaving from sides of the face is not allowed and one can shave the cheeks. But is it allowed to trim some of the height “top and bottom” of the beard from sides. Meaning can I shave some parts below the cheeks from sides of the face. W/salam
I am not an expert on beauty things, as I considered men who looked after themselves as "gay" when I was a kid, now I have had a change of mind and would like to take care of myself better. However I do not know how to do this. I have searched the internet for different solutions, but couldn't find satisfying results. I also don't know anything about beauty products, so need you brothers and sisters to help. So please don't tell me to contact my marja. I live in the UK btw, this is relevant when it comes to products. I will start with hair: Recommend to me a good shampoo and conditioner to stick with. I also have grey hairs, my hair is losing its darkness, what can I do? Skin: parts of my skin such as the finger joints, neck and armpit and around the eyes are darker compared to the rest of my body's skin, how can I make these areas lighter and the same as the rest of my body? I have heard of this skin peeling thing, so please recommend to me a skin peeling product which you use. Beard: It is growing in a very annoying way, under my chin, and there grows very little hair on my cheeks. Making my beard look repulsive rather than attractive. Under Islamic Law how serious is it to shave your beard? I am thinking of shaving it a few times in order to make it grow on my cheek and grow thicker. Perfumes/cologne: I have a terrible sense of smell, I went to buy a cologne and they all smelt like spices to me, did not pick a difference between any of them. I prefer something which smells of roses, I like that smell it is very nice. Also could you recommend a cologne which is a little stronger as I don't get close to people, I keep my distance when around them but I still want the smell to reach those around me, without hurting their noses. I was also fat and short a few years ago, that left ripples on my skin because the skin is stretched, however I am not so fat now but the ripples are still there and they are not disappearing, help with this? Thank you
Hello brothers I am 20 today and I haven't grown a full beard, my beard looks like a wahabi beard when I let it grow. It hairy under my chin an cheek, so on my neck basically. this is what it looks like lol How can I make it grow on my cheek, hair grows everywhere but my cheeks, I want it to look like a real mans beard, like mokhtar in the movie, help! I am not the guy in the photo lol, its just a random google pic
(bismillah) (salam) Today we will be looking at why keeping a beard is incumbent on all men. Proper beard etiquette maintains an individual's 'manliness.' That is, if you do not keep a beard, you will end up like our friend, Mr. Amreeki, on the left [figure 1], resembling a naked mole rat (observed on the right), but with less masculine appeal (as is clearly demonstrated by the attractiveness of the mole rat's whiskers emerging from its chin, meeting the standard for a proper beard - Al Insaan wal Haywaan - Shaykh Al-Googlei) Shukran, (wasalam)
Salam alaykom! I read somewhere that it is wajib to have a beard, so now I´m trying to grow a beard, not very succesful right now, but I hope some day it´ll grow properly. Because I don´t have a massiv beard growth, my sister complains and tells me that I should shave it and wait til m beard is full. But I´ve heard that as soon as it starts to grow, you are suppose to grow a "beard". How can I convince my sister that I´m suppose to grow a beard, even though I don´t have a fully grown beard? Wassalam!
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