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Why do Jewish men have curly?
Payot are worn by some men and boys in the Orthodox Jewish community based on an interpretation of the Tenach injunction against shaving the “sides” of one’s head. Literally, pe’ah means “corner, side, edge”.
Do Jewish men wear deodorant?
Jewish laws dictate refraining from anything that’s considered work on Saturday/Shabbat, even putting on deodorants!
Can you shave in Judaism?
Judaism prohibits shaving with a razor on the basis of a rabbinic interpretation of Leviticus 19:27, which states, “You shall not round off the side-growth on your head, or destroy the side-growth of your beard.” The Mishnah interprets this as a prohibition on using a razor on the beard.
Do I have to put on deodorant after shower?
When it comes to deodorants, the best time to apply is after a shower or bath, when your skin is clean and dry. It’s worth remembering that if your deodorant doesn’t contain anti-perspirant, you might need to re-apply it every few hours to ensure you feel refreshed.
What do sidelocks mean?
: a lock of hair falling at the side of the face and often worn as a distinguishing mark especially by some Jews and by children in some cultures an old Jew … with a beard and sidelocks— Walter Sorell & Denver Lindley wearing the sidelock of youth.
Why are deodorants not supposed to be sprayed on clothes?
Do not put the perfume or deodorant on your clothes. They are meant to be put on your skin and will be effective only then. This ensures that the deodorant covers the full armpit area and that the droplets of the spray stay on your skin. Spraying it too close to your skin will not be as effective.
Why are Hasidic women’s head shaved?
While some women chose merely to cover their hair with a cloth or sheitel, or wig, the most zealous shave their heads beneath to ensure that their hair is never seen by others. “There is a certain energy to the hair, and after you get married it can hurt you instead of benefiting you,” said Ms.