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Fake Eyelashes And Wudhoo?

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Salaam Alaykum Dear Sisters, 

Thanks for reading this post.

I was wondering how to wear fake eyelashes and be able to do wudhoo. Is there any fatwa regarding this? Does the water have to touch my eyelashes, or the part of the skin where the eyelash grows? 

Is it possible to wear fake eyelashes above your eyelashes and do wudhoo or does it have to be below my natural lashes [ I don't even know if thats an option] ? 

Kindly share your knowledge regarding this! 

Have a beautiful day ladiessss! 

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W'salam sister,

As far as I know, the water for wudhu should reach your skin,and since the glue for fake lashes would prevent water from touching the skin in that area, your wudhu would be void!

But you can always put on the lashes after doing wudhu :-)

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Issue 243: * The length of the face should be washed from the upper part of the forehead, where hair grow, up to the farthest end of the chin, and its breadth should be washed to the part covered between the thumb and the middle finger. If even a small part of this area is left out, Wudhu will be void. Thus, in order to ensure that the prescribed part has been fully washed, one should also wash a bit of the adjacent parts

Issue 245: If a person suspects that there is dirt or something else in the eyebrows, and corners of his eyes, and on his lips, which does not permit water to reach them, and if that suspicion is reasonable, he should examine it before performing Wudhu, and re move any such thing if it is there.
 
these are what I found related to your question from "Islamic Laws" of Ayat ul-Allah Sistani
 
the glue of fake eyelashes permit water to reach some parts of the eyelids !
 
hope this helps! 
 
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I doubt that the lashes could go below the lash line, plus the chemichals from the glue could get in your eye. According to Syed Seestani, it is not permissible because during wudhu the water has to go on every lart of your face, including the upper lashline. :)

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On 1/26/2014 at 10:47 AM, knowledgeseeker said:

Is it possible to wear fake eyelashes above your eyelashes and do wudhoo or does it have to be below my natural lashes

Eye lash extension which is natural and planted inside the skin and does not prevent water from reaching the skin, is allowed and there would be no problem in it but if it is planted in such a way that it is glued permanently to the eye lid or the eye lashes, it is not permissible.

As for the lash extension of the second type in which the eyelash extension is glued to the eye lashes and which remain there for two or three weeks, it definitely forms a barrier and it should be removed. It is not permissible to keep it during wudhu and ghusl. And if a woman has glued such eyelashes, she must remove it as soon as and when she wants to perform wudhu or ghusl. And if it is not possible to remove it, she must perform wudhu and ghusl by way of jabira until it is possible to remove it. And if she does not remove it intentionally, wudhu and ghuls performed by way jabira would also be void.

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