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Is Praying With Nail Polish Halal?

Written by Tara

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.

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.

Generally Why can’t Muslims pray with nail polish? Some Muslim women avoid nail polish because it creates a waterproof barrier over nails, making it impossible to sufficiently perform the pre-prayer washing ritual without repainting five times a day.

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What is wudhu friendly nail polish?

Wudhu-friendly: Nail polishes labelled as ‘wudhu-friendly’ are usually breathable or permeable, meaning water/oxygen is able to permeate through 1-2 layers of the polish. Another way to look at them as wudhu-friendly is that they’re fast-drying so you can easily reapply them after taking wudhu.

Is 786 nail polish actually halal?

This nail polish from 786 Cosmetics is certified halal and water permeable. The breathable aspect of this nail polish allows air and water to go through the nail polish, making the nail polish healthier for your nails than standard nail polish.

Can I pray with long nails?

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. We fully agree with the fatwa. In addition to this, the fatwa also said that keeping long nails was un-Islamic– for both men and women.

What nail polish is halal?

VIVRE Cosmetics Certified Breathable – Water Permeable – Oxygen Permeable – Halal Nail Polish: Soft Serve For Two.

Is breathable nail polish really 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 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.

Can you pray namaz with breathable nail polish?

Halal nail polish is breathable and allows oxygen and water to pass through. The technology is similar to what is used in contact lenses. When water is able to penetrate the polish and reach the nail, practicing Muslims can wear it during prayer rituals.

Can you pray with acrylic nails?

Still, it is not recommended as when one has artificial nails; they cannot perform wudhu, which inhibits them from praying. But if you can manage it between prayer timings, there’s no issue doing what you like the best!

Can I fast with nail polish?

Applying lipstick, nail polish and perfumes for women As for nail polish, it doesn’t break the fast but it must be removed before ablution because it does not allow water to touch the nails and the ablution then would not be deemed valid.

Is Gel nail polish halal?

Like any cosmetic, nail polish can be made with halal or haram products and ingredients. Most traditional nail polishes are automatically haram, thanks to their inclusion of certain animal products or alcohol, and it can be difficult to find a nail polish that forgoes these ingredients.

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.

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Tara

I am Tara, and I am addicted to nail polishes and other beauty related things!:) Join me on my ride to paradise!