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Salam brother and sisters,

Ramadan Mubarak to all of you

In the month of Ramadan how much make up are we allowed to put on?

What I mean is are we allowed to put on lipstick\lipgloss, eyeliner\kohl, foundation powder or cream and eye shadow?

Thanks for the responses

Edited by fahimah18

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Salam brother and sisters,

Ramadan Mubarak to all of you

In the month of Ramadan how much make up are we allowed to put on?

What I mean is are we allowed to put on lipstick\lipgloss, eyeliner\kohl, foundation powder or cream and eye shadow?

Thanks for the responses

As i have heard, is that it isnt allowed to use makeup during Ramadan.

Because it can break the fasting (my english is bad, i know) and it will make the girl more attractive in front of boys, and thats a no no espesially in this holy month.

But i dont have any sources from hadiths and the Quran, because this is told to me by a friend.

Maybe someone else will explain it further :)

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I saw on facebook someone posted a question about kohl and perfume in ramadhan and Ayatollah Sayed Sistani said it is permissible.

But I just found this online http://www.sistani.org/index.php?p=287042&id=99 and someone asked: Question 13– Is there a harm on the validity of the fast in applying cosmetics on the body, and also the powder?

Answer 13– there is no harm

Question2 – Is it permissible to put on facial creams while fasting?

Answer 2 – It does not affect fasting.

But the confusing part is that the person said "body." lol does that come in for face?

Salam brother and sisters,

Ramadan Mubarak to all of you

In the month of Ramadan how much make up are we allowed to put on?

What I mean is are we allowed to put on lipstick\lipgloss, eyeliner\kohl, foundation powder or cream and eye shadow?

Thanks for the responses

Please see my reply above. also I believe it is purely in your intention. but like for me if I knew a bunch of stupid guys were annoying me and bothering and trying to shake my hand for no reason then I would stop wearing it to the place that they are lol.

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Do you have any Hadith that is supporting your argument?

And say to the believing women that they cast down their looks and guard their private parts and do not display their ornaments except what appears thereof, and let them wear their head-coverings over their bosoms, and not display their ornaments except to their husbands or their fathers, or the fathers of their husbands, or their sons, or the sons of their husbands, or their brothers, or their brothers' sons, or their sisters' sons, or their women, or those whom their right hands possess, or the male servants not having need (of women), or the children who have not attained knowledge of what is hidden of women; and let them not strike their feet so that what they hide of their ornaments may be known; and turn to Allah all of you, O believers! so that you may be successful. [Qur'an 24:31, Shakir]

3 – And from him from Ahmad b. Muhammad b. `Isa from Muhammad b. Khalid and al-Husayn b. Sa`id from al-Qasim b. `Urwa from `Abdullah b. Bukayr from Zurara from Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام regarding the saying of Allah, `azza wa jalla “except what it apparent from it.” He said: the apparent adornment is the kohl and the ring.

4 – And from al-Husayn b. Muhammad from Ahmad b. Ishaq from Sa`dan b. Muslim from Abu Basir from Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام. He said: I asked him about the saying of Allah, `azza wa jalla, “And reveal not their adornement except what is apparent from it”? he said: The ring and the masaka, and it is the bracelet (al-qulb).

http://www.tashayyu....ies/chapter-109

Sayyid Sistani:

Question :

It is normal these days for a woman to put on mascara and make-up, wear rings, necklaces and bracelets for beauty and then go out in front of people in the markets and streets.

Answer :

This is not permissible for her except for mascara and rings provided that she is safe from falling into forbidden activities and does not intend by it to excite non-mahram men.

http://www.sistani.o...=616687&id=1265

Edited by Haydar Husayn

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3 – And from him from Ahmad b. Muhammad b. `Isa from Muhammad b. Khalid and al-Husayn b. Sa`id from al-Qasim b. `Urwa from `Abdullah b. Bukayr from Zurara from Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام regarding the saying of Allah, `azza wa jalla “except what it apparent from it.” He said: the apparent adornment is the kohl and the ring.

4 – And from al-Husayn b. Muhammad from Ahmad b. Ishaq from Sa`dan b. Muslim from Abu Basir from Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام. He said: I asked him about the saying of Allah, `azza wa jalla, “And reveal not their adornement except what is apparent from it”? he said: The ring and the masaka, and it is the bracelet (al-qulb).

http://www.tashayyu....ies/chapter-109

since this is a fiqh issue, can u obtain isnad gradings for these hadith?

thanks.

Edited by La fata illa Ali

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It is haram to wear makeup (other than kohl) in front of non-mahrams in any month, let alone during Ramadan.

I read the op and I'm like "whaaaat?!"

Thought I was crazy for a second. I can always count on you to make sure I'm sane. ^_^

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I read the op and I'm like "whaaaat?!"

Thought I was crazy for a second. I can always count on you to make sure I'm sane. ^_^

I don't mean like full make up, basically I have an outdoor job and usually the weather is sunny and I don't like to put sun cream on, so I put foundation and in non Ramadan times lipgloss and mascara...so I wasn't sure if could put foundation on or not

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I don't mean like full make up, basically I have an outdoor job and usually the weather is sunny and I don't like to put sun cream on, so I put foundation and in non Ramadan times lipgloss and mascara...so I wasn't sure if could put foundation on or not

If the foundation isn't noticeable, then I wouldn't imagine there would be a problem with it. Basically, you should just avoid wearing anything that enhances your appearance.

Any particular reason you don't like to put sun cream on though?

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3 – And from him from Ahmad b. Muhammad b. `Isa from Muhammad b. Khalid and al-Husayn b. Sa`id from al-Qasim b. `Urwa from `Abdullah b. Bukayr from Zurara from Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام regarding the saying of Allah, `azza wa jalla “except what it apparent from it.” He said: the apparent adornment is the kohl and the ring.

4 – And from al-Husayn b. Muhammad from Ahmad b. Ishaq from Sa`dan b. Muslim from Abu Basir from Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام. He said: I asked him about the saying of Allah, `azza wa jalla, “And reveal not their adornement except what is apparent from it”? he said: The ring and the masaka, and it is the bracelet (al-qulb).

http://www.tashayyu....ies/chapter-109

since this is a fiqh issue, can u obtain isnad gradings for these hadith?

thanks.

1. The first Hadith has all Rijal Thiqat except for al-Qasim bin Urwa who is Majhul, so the Isnad is technically Dhaif.

2. The second Hadith has all Rijal Thiqat except for Sa'dan bin Muslim who is Majhul, so the Isnad is technically Dhaif.

Both Hadith are Dhaif based on their respective Isnad.

Edited by Islamic Salvation

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foundation and eyeliner are fine as far as I know, lip gloss is a no no coz it goes in ur mouth

just put some vasline before u go to bed so ur lips won't be dry

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Why is kohl allowed? Is it not similar to eye liner? If this the case, does it not make the eyes more attractive?

It is allowed because the ahadith say it is. Obviously, as Sayyid Sistani says, if the intention is to attract the attention of non-mahram men, then you shouldn't wear that either.

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If the foundation isn't noticeable, then I wouldn't imagine there would be a problem with it. Basically, you should just avoid wearing anything that enhances your appearance.

Any particular reason you don't like to put sun cream on though?

The smell of the sun cream annoys me a lot and the foundation i use is a powder one and one cant see a difference really

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It is allowed because the ahadith say it is. Obviously, as Sayyid Sistani says, if the intention is to attract the attention of non-mahram men, then you shouldn't wear that either.

The intention of most people who wear makeup is to "enhance" their appearance and look more attractive, and men WILL be more attracted to a woman when she is wearing makeup as she would obviously look prettier with it..Shouldn't it be haram because it will attract men?

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The intention of most people who wear makeup is to "enhance" their appearance and look more attractive, and men WILL be more attracted to a woman when she is wearing makeup as she would obviously look prettier with it..Shouldn't it be haram because it will attract men?

To be honest Kohl hardly does anything to enhance one's appearance, and most girls put it on out of habit instead of any real intention to look good as such----and in my opinion same goes for mascara, though I have never tried to apply it----

Read thegiven links again---if I am not mistaken---in one of them Kohl/ mascara were used simaltaneously----so maybe same ruling applies to mascara as well----

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To be honest Kohl hardly does anything to enhance one's appearance, and most girls put it on out of habit instead of any real intention to look good as such----and in my opinion same goes for mascara, though I have never tried to apply it----

Read thegiven links again---if I am not mistaken---in one of them Kohl/ mascara were used simaltaneously----so maybe same ruling applies to mascara as well----

Kohl does make a massive difference, and it can be used as an eyeshadow as well as an eyeliner, compare a girl without any makeup to a girl with kohl as eyeshadow and eyeliner, she will certainly look much more attractive with it on, and it shouldn't matter why they are doing it, whether it is out of habit or to impress, it will still attract more male attention.

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i think makeup isn't allowed at all, but i guess it shouldn't be a problem if you apply very little so it's not really noticable

Oky. I do apply a little only. And plus I wear specs, so it is not thaaaaaaaaat noticable.

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