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What is considered beautiful in the Middle East?
Striking eyes, well-defined cheekbones and full lips have been identified as the most sought-after facial features among Middle Eastern women. The findings form part of new research by a team of cosmetic surgeons who set out to establish what is considered attractive in the region.
Why do Middle Easterners have beards?
Beards consequently became symbolic for allegiance with banned Islamist and militant movements that the government suppressed. For some, choosing to beard also became seen as an expression of political opposition. (It’s not only a Muslim issue: Egyptian Christians priests and monks also typically have long beards.
What do bags under eyes mean?
Bags under eyes are caused when the tissue structures and muscles supporting your eyelids weaken. The skin may start to sag, and fat that’s usually around the eye can move into the area below your eyes. Also, the space below your eyes can gather fluid, making the area look puffy or swollen.
What does purple under eyes mean?
It’s more common in people with darker skin. Sun exposure, which stimulates the production of this pigment, can make the circles appear darker. In people with fairer, thinner skin, blood vessels may be more visible, especially under the eye, and they can give the area a blue or purple hue.
What does Islam say about beards?
Followers of Shia Islam generally prefer closely cropped beards, which are mostly “like two, or three days’ growth”. Most Islamic scholars or other figures of religious authority, whether Shia or Sunni, sport beards in emulation of the Prophet. However Egypt, Jordan and Turkey are an exception, says Imam Abduljalil.
Why do Arabs grow so much facial hair?
Originally Answered: Why do Muslims grow beards? Muslim men grow beards because the Prophet of the faith (Muhammad) instructed them to. In a hadith (narration from the Prophet) in one of the most authentic books of narration (Bukhari Book 77 Hadith 110) , he said: Cut the moustache short and leave the beard [to grow].