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al-Waashimah wal-Waashim - Tattoos

Contents > Clothing and Grooming > Tattoos

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim to have tattoos. The Prophet (saw) said,

“Allah has cursed the one who is tattooed and the one who tattoos others.” Saheeh al-Bukhari and Saheeh al-Muslim and al-Nasaa’ee

Ibn Mas’ood (ra) said,

“Allah cursed the one tattooed women and the women who tattoo others and the women who change their eyebrows and the women who change the eyebrows of others and those women who artificially make gaps in their teeth, the women who change the creation of Allah.” Saheeh al-Bukhari and Saheeh al-Muslim








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2. Hair Extensions

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim to have hair extensions.

3. Putting hair extensions on others

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4. Tattoos

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim to have tattoos.

5. Tattooing others

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6. Plucking eyebrows

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim to change the shape of his/her eyebrows.

7. Plucking other's eyebrows

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim to change the shape of the eyebrows of others.

8. Using gold utensils

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9. Using silver utensils

You must know not to use silver utensils.

10. Men wearing silk

You must know it is forbidden for a Muslim man to wear silk.

11. Men wearing gold

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