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In the Name of God بسم الله
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20 minutes ago, Heavenly_Silk said:

If you mean you got your eyebrows tinted then it’s fine, your wudhu will be valid.

I dyed them at home, so is it the same thing? Thanks so much you’re a life saver lol. 

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2 minutes ago, Nevsevug said:

I dyed them at home, so is it the same thing? Thanks so much you’re a life saver lol. 

Yeah it is, as long as the water touches the skin, it’s fine. Btw did you use a template or just  freehand put dye on them? I’m curious to know lol. 

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26 minutes ago, Heavenly_Silk said:

Yeah it is, as long as the water touches the skin, it’s fine. Btw did you use a template or just  freehand put dye on them? I’m curious to know lol. 

Thank you! Bless you!

I just did it freehand following the shape of my brows lol! They are medium-fulling but a few sparse areas here and there which looked off. It looks pretty natural after the tint, just more filled in. You could try outlining a shape with maybe an eyebrow pencil if you wanted to try?

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1 hour ago, Heavenly_Silk said:

Yeah it is, as long as the water touches the skin, it’s fine. Btw did you use a template or just  freehand put dye on them? I’m curious to know lol. 

l always knew cosmetics invalidated wuhdu, but the water-must-touch-the-skin part was never said  --around me, anyway.

Cosmetics is so, blaaah-yuck. Cosmetics never do any good and some of those Gulf-Gurls look absolutely terror-able.

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7 hours ago, hasanhh said:

l always knew cosmetics invalidated wuhdu, but the water-must-touch-the-skin part was never said  --around me, anyway.

Cosmetics such as mascara, eyeliner etc. would invalidate wudhu and one would need to wash them off before starting the ablution. The sister was talking about hair dye though and that is fine for wudhu.

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There is no "one size fits all" solution to any problem, but if we discuss with others, someone could possibly give us another option that we did not know was available.

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Qur'an says don't talk to men in a soft voice. I try to follow that and I only talk to men when I am in a bad mood to make sure that I remain completely serious. But it seems like my tone doesn't matter to them much. They are offended when I avoid talking to them and they get happy when I do talk to them. Am I focusing too much on gender and they just want to talk to me to feel a human to human connection? I don't feel any connection while making small talk, it feels like a chore and if I make small talk with too many people for too long, it gives me a headache. Why do people like to talk so much? Why don't they enjoy the peaceful silence? 

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