Here at ORLY, we aim for our products to be used and loved by everyone and are therefore proud that our revolutionary Breathable nail polish is now certified Halal.
[The nail polish] allows oxygen and hydration to pass through, the brand shared in a press release. Since water is able to penetrate the polish and reach the nail bed, Muslim people can wear it and still perform ablution. Orly is also working toward obtaining halal-certification in Europe.
Generally What kind of nail polish is halal? Inglot is another household name when it comes to halal nail polish, with dozens of gorgeous colours to fit every style. Though not all of their nail products are halal, their O2M range consists of oxygen and water-permeable nail polishes that have a long-lasting shine while still keeping your nails healthy.
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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
Can we pray with halal nail polish?
When Muslim women attempt to do wudhu with traditional nail polish, it’s commonly accepted among scholars that it isn’t a valid ablution. Therefore, under Islamic principles, prayer with regular forms of nail polish isn’t permissible.
Are breathable nail polish halal?
Also referred to as breathable nail polish, Halal nail polish is permeable, allowing water and air molecules to pass through. Nail experts argue this is better for the health of the nails.
Is Orly breathable really halal?
If the water cannot reach the nail bed because of a non-porous layer like polish, then the wudu is not halal, or permissible. With ORLY’s Breathable technology, hydration and oxygen can pass through the nail polish, making #HalalPaint a great beauty solution for Muslims.
Is Orly actually breathable?
They allow air and moisture to pass through to your nails so that they remain healthy. Our Breathable Treatment + Color range has taken the beauty scene by storm and promises to keep your nails healthy without the need for taking breaks from nail polish.
How do you know if nail polish is halal?
As such, for nail polish to be halal, it has to fulfil two major requirements: it must be free of impermissible ingredients and must allow water to reach the nail beds for proper wudu.
Is nail polish allowed in Islam?
Contrary to popular belief, nail polish is not haram (impermissible) in Islam. It is, however, oftentimes difficult to get halal nail polish for practicing Muslim women because most regular nail polishes create a water impermeable layer when applied.
Is henna nail polish halal?
There is nothing in the sacred texts that says that people are forbidden from coloring their nails. In fact, people have used henna for 9000 years, and scholars established that it is not haram, as there is no evidence that it damages the health of those who use it.
Is peel off nail polish halal?
Even peel-off nail polish does not comply. Cosmetics can be halal but they might invalidate your solat. That is why certain countries take the approach that if their ingredients and packaging are halal, then the product is halal. They are not concerned about the implication of a product, said Mahellah.
Can I read namaz with nail polish?
Explaining further, a cleric, Asad Kazmi, said: It is mandatory to conduct ‘vazu’ (washing of hands and feet) before offering the namaz. Since the chemical-laced polish covers the nail, the water is not able to reach where it should. So the ‘vazu’ is not done, and it leads to incomplete prayer.
Why can’t Muslims pray with nail polish?
As stated, since the wudu process involves passing water over one’s hands, many Islamic scholars have argued that the use of nail polish does not allow water to come into contact with the nail, which therefore invalidates the wudu process.
Is vegan nail polish halal?
If a product is halal, it must also be considered vegan. This is true because halal products do not contain any animal-derived ingredients. However, if a beauty product is vegan, that does not necessarily mean that it is halal.
What ingredients make nail polish Haram?
What Makes Nail Polish Prohibited In Islam? Typical nail polish made by mainstream brands often contains animal byproducts and/or prohibited ingredients such as alcohol. This isn’t the only reason they are often avoided by Muslim women.