The common mistakes about hair among Muslim women during holy pilgrimages

Some women have worries if their hair falls out during the Ihram. So worried that they did not take off their hijab and did not want to take off their “hat” while performing ablution. This is the temptation of the devil. Think about it. If you do not perform ablution properly, will your prayer be lawful? Is your Thawaf valid? Do you think God will punish humans for something out of control? No, of course not. Meanwhile, you may visit www.hajjandumrah.com/hajj-packages if you’re looking for a reliable Hajj and Umrah travel agency.

He is the Most Merciful. He is the Forgiver. Then, why would He cancel your Ihram just because of some falling (unintentional) hair? Hair ban applies only to hairs that are intentionally cut, removed, or shaved.

In addition, Many women think that only people who finish Ihram can cut their hair. And they refuse to cut their own hair for Tahalul. This is the wrong opinion. Actually, you are expected to cut your own hair when Tahalul.

The Prophet ordered his companions, during the Hajj Wada: “Let him cut (that is, his own hair then Ihram out.” (Al-Bukhari, Muslim)