Author: Muhammad Bin Abd Alazeez Almusnad
Publisher: Message Of Islam (UK)
Pages: 75 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
From the book's back cover --
In the era of weight training, diet centers, cosmetic surgeries, permanent eye make-ups, collagen injections, and other latest wonders of beauty arts, many would find it hard to belive that a fourteen hundred years old religion can possibly provide guidelines regarding such modern inventions.
Mohammad Bin Abd Alazeez Almusnad, the author of Adornment of Women in Forensic and Medical Perspective, assures that it does. By quoting the finding of concerned physicians and the verdicts of Muslim scholars regarding the effects the westren style of adornment can have on the physical appearance, religion, and psychological well-being of Muslim women, the author invites his readers for a critical evaluation of the contemporary fashions and urges them to consider alternative and more natural ways of beautification, which would agree with the tenets of Islam.