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  • aelmo
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    Originally posted by usernametaken View Post
    I truly feel like I will feel like my true self when I get into girly things but then I feel bad because it’s haram
    You can be girly without wearing makeup.

    It shouldn't be something you rely on or need to make you feel a certain kind of way. There are other things that you can do to make yourself more girly if that's how you want to be.



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  • usernametaken
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    Need to attend a family wedding but don’t have a makeup artist.
    so I had to buy some make up.

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  • usernametaken
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    I truly feel like I will feel like my true self when I get into girly things but then I feel bad because it’s haram

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  • usernametaken
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    Salah*

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  • usernametaken
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    I don’t know how other religious sisters find it but I’m sure not this bad lol

    plenty have sisters only parties and so on
    some just don’t get affected

    but there’s some that do

    I’m wanna be religious due to struggling with salary but I still try with make up

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  • usernametaken
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    I went to buy some make up and tell me why I felt like a tranny forcing themselves to buy make up lol

    let me explain

    like I once saw a man looking at lashes and thought he’s weird because he was

    and it’s like I related more to an imposter (not him obvs) than an average sister

    this is what happens when you follow the rules and don’t buy make up because spending money makes no sense, you lose touch with your girly self. (Ok it’s not that serious)

    but mentally this stuff really affects you

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  • usernametaken
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    Mentally it does affect me

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  • usernametaken
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    I need to find a balance without haram

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  • usernametaken
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    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post

    I don't bother wearing a new dress :/

    It's been like that for the majority of my life, I know it sounds awful but it's mainly the food prep and meal that makes the day Eid.

    I'm not saying we need to go crazy and party out or anything like that but I just keep it simple although I'd encourage people to put their best clothes on
    Being in the kitchen with a new dress doesn't appeal to me so I'd rather wear my normal clothes and do the chores

    if it was upto me, it would be nice to go to a restaurant (a nice clean one, I really those ugly decor ones, makes me gag and I'm fussy with how my meal is prepared etc) so that would actually make me a bit more enthusiastic and give a reason to get dressed up

    Dressing up requires effort me, when I dress up and it doesn't look good, that's my energy wasted


    I’ve worn old clothes for eid and often do this at weddings mostly. It’s a really bad look to everyone else.

    I actually think dressing up is fun, but there’s a lot of restrictions due to halal and haram

    so you have to sacrifice

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  • Umm Uthmaan
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    Originally posted by islamuslim View Post

    and a lot cheaper too!
    yup!

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  • islamuslim
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    Originally posted by Umm Uthmaan View Post

    It would be so much easier to go to a muslim country like turkey or dubai and shop, shop, shop..
    And a lot cheaper too!

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  • Umm Uthmaan
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    Originally posted by islamuslim View Post

    Hmm I'm not sure tbh but I read that it's soft, breathable and doesn't require ironing so that's good.
    It would be so much easier to go to a muslim country like turkey or dubai and shop, shop, shop..

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  • islamuslim
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    Originally posted by Umm Uthmaan View Post

    Some of them are really beautiful and simple Allahumma baarik Is crépe a good fabric?
    Hmm I'm not sure tbh but I read that it's soft, breathable and doesn't require ironing so that's good.

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  • Umm Uthmaan
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    Originally posted by islamuslim View Post

    https://khaleej-boutique.com/en
    They have really nice ones but they're a bit pricey with shipping + customs costs

    I found something similar on AliExpress. I was skeptical at first about the material but I just got it and alhamdulillah I love it, it's super soft, loose and flowy (without the belt). And it's half the price of the khaleeji abayas.

    https://a.aliexpress.com/_mqJyJon
    Some of them are really beautiful and simple Allahumma baarik Is crépe a good fabric?

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  • islamuslim
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    Originally posted by Umm Uthmaan View Post
    I want to buy abayas made out of soft material..kinda like the khaleeji style ones..can't seem to find them online. They are either too fancy looking or too expensive..just want a plain simple one..
    It would be nice if they had them in different colors..

    Hmm
    https://khaleej-boutique.com/en
    They have really nice ones but they're a bit pricey with shipping + customs costs

    I found something similar on AliExpress. I was skeptical at first about the material but I just got it and alhamdulillah I love it, it's super soft, loose and flowy (without the belt). And it's half the price of the khaleeji abayas.

    https://a.aliexpress.com/_mqJyJon

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