It appears that even running a beauty shop can be an offense to the faith, according to leading Islamic experts. The latest such move came from the Islamic seminary Darul Ulum Deoband in India has issued a fatwa against women running beauty parlors as unIslamic and a violation of Sharia law. This follows a fatwa last November against birthday parties as unIslamic.
The Darul Ulum Deoband is a highly influential Islamic seminary both inside and outside of India. The clerics at the seminary issued the fatwa last week — barring women from operating such businesses as “against the norms of parda.” Parda refers to the Islamic veil for women
Yet, we have also seen that in other area there is a recent ban on men working in such businesses under Sharia law.
There is an obvious effort to prevent Muslim women from adopting habits or styles of “Kaafir” women, as shown in this flier that was recently placed on Reddit.
Source: One India as first seen on Reddit.