Duas for beauty: The contemporary culture exaggerates physical attractiveness and beauty standards, which often pushes young minds to struggle with self-worth and self-image. Undoubtedly, Islam is one religion that lays immense emphasis on beautifying not only the body but also the heart and soul.
Holy Prophet (PBUH) used to take good care of his hygiene and recommend people look after their hair and overall appearance.
Ibn Abbas said, “I love to beautify myself for my wife, in the same way, that I like to embellish myself for me, because Allah says: And they have rights equivalent to their duties, in accordance with propriety.” (Al-Mughni, 5, 220)
In this Hadith, it is evident that one must look after their appearance from time to time, given that the setting is lawful. For women, the Sunnah is using items like henna, musk, and kohl.
What are some Duas for Beauty?
Although physical appearance is important to many, as Muslims, we must not forget that:
“Nothing is heavier on the believer’s Scale on the Day of Judgement than good character.” (Jami at-Tirmidhi, Book 27, Hadith 108)
Humans are naturally inclined towards all things beautiful: be it people or objects. However, we must not forget that this beauty wouldn’t be possible without Our Creator – The Supreme and Most Powerful. Thus, beauty should not be limited to physical attractiveness, but rather should also comprise character and deeds.
You can achieve this by constantly steering towards the right direction and remembering that we are accountable to Allah (SWT). Instead of wasting our time on unnecessary matters, we should instead focus on the bigger purpose in life. Therefore, besides reciting dua for beauty and attraction, we must also pray to Almighty Allah to beautify our character and soul.
↓ 6. Effective dua for beauty
Allah (SWT) is the Most Beneficient and Generous, and He promises to reward His beings for their service and worship. This service has been compared to a standard trade bargain, where humans are investing their efforts in hopes of profit and rewards. However, the difference here is that our Lord promises to bless with much more from His Bounty. He overlooks and forgives the errors of His servants and appreciates all else. Therefore, we must render our services to Him and patiently wait for Allah (SWT) to reward us for our labor and service.
↓ 5. For Noor
Worldly stressors can do a lot to reduce the attractiveness of the face. However, reciting this dua for beauty and noor will surely promote a youthful and healthy glow! This supplication is a way of showing regret in one’s heart for misdeeds, seeking forgiveness with the tongue, and repenting with a sincere conscience, with the intent to never return to the particular sin. By purifying one’s heart and mind, there’s no doubt that Allah (SWT) will reward us with light and shine.
↓ 4. Al-Jameel
Among Allah’s (SWT) 99 names is Al-Jameel, which means The Most Beautiful. In linguistic terms, the word “Jameel” indicates someone who possesses attributes of beauty. Islamically, Allah (SWT) isn’t only beautiful in actions but is also seen as the source of all beauty, which can be seen in His creation. While the word “Jameel” may be used to describe humans and other beings, only our Lord is Al-Jameel, most beautiful.
Allah’s Messenger (SAW) said, “Allah is beautiful, and He loves beauty.” (Muslim)
The Almighty has blessed us with ample resources. As Allah (SWT) likes to see the external beauty, we must look after our appearances, although in moderation. Some ways of beautifying ourselves for the sake of our Lord include dressing well for prayers, observing cleanliness, and concealing our beauty with Hijab.
In this way, beautifying oneself can be seen as an act of worship if done for Allah’s sake (SWT). If you’re wondering which name of Allah to recite for beauty? Recite Ya Jameelu after every prayer to enhance your attractiveness.
↓ 3. For Inner Beauty
Beauty is not only limited to physical features and characteristics. Rather, it also encompasses one’s righteousness and moral traits. There is nothing wrong with wearing the finest clothes and paying attention to one’s facial features. However, we must also not forget to beautify our character. Some actions that can play a huge role in enhancing your inner beauty include building a close relationship with Allah (SWT) and maintaining good moral conduct.
Additionally, one must strive to fulfill all daily obligations and pray Salat Al-Layl, one of the highly recommended Night Prayers. The Salah is known to beautify one’s face and etiquette. It also increases sustenance and enhances the eyes’ strength.
In Surah Al-Hujurat, Ayah 7, Allah (SWT) talks about faith as beautification and adornment of the hearts. Moreover, in one Hadith, the Holy Prophet (PBUH) talks about patience, humility, eloquence, and justice as some of the virtues of inner beauty. The Holy Quran instructs people to strive to maintain a balance. While having a neat appearance is necessary, we must avoid indulging in extravagance.
Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is known as one of Allah’s (SWT) most beautiful Creations. Not only was he good looking, but he also possessed beauty in his character and manners. While making supplication to Allah (SWT), he praised the Lord for what he already had and asked Allah to beautify his character, as well.
↓ 2. For the Soul
An additional way of beautifying one’s self is through the remembrance of Allah (SWT). Taqwa is the consciousness, or shield, that protects one from Allah’s wrath. Therefore, we must avoid engaging in sins. The reward for the purification of souls is Jannah and is one way to achieve beauty.
↓ 1. Surah Yusuf for beauty
One of the unique tales in Islam is the story of Prophet Yusuf’s beauty, which is mentioned in the Holy Quran in Chapter 12. In addition to his noble character, Prophet Yusuf (AS) is widely known for his beauty. Allah’s Messenger (SAW) said, “Yusuf and his mother were given half of all the beauty in the world.” (Tabari)
This Ayah refers to when Aziz’s wife organized an elaborate feast and invited the women over. She handed out each person a knife to slice the fruits that they were served. She then ordered Prophet Yusuf (AS) to enter the hall. When the Egyptian women saw him, they were captivated by his beauty to the extent that they fell head over heels in love with him. Looking at his shining face and modesty, the group of women exclaimed him to be a heavenly angel.
Therefore, when it comes to beautifying the appearance, this is the surah to listen for beauty!
Assalamm Alaikum, I have started recited dua for noor Ya Jameel 313 times a day for 21 days wazifa. Can I shorten and read for less days and if I start my menses can I stop reading and continue when clean? Also are there any side effects. Jzk khair
Hi sadia hope you’re good,
noor on face maybe there is wazifa but the 3 dua in this pics when you see your self in the mirror recite it cuz its sunnah and the 4 one is for purification of soul it is also mention in hadeeth sahi muslim so the noor on the face comes when you get closer to Allah swt and also lomg prostrations/sajdah can gives you rosy cheeks pink lips and also luminosity/noor on face because when you do sajdah your face get lower than the heart and it increases blood flow to your face and brain and do prostration and maybe this wazifa you said about it maybe it works I dont knos and there is no side effects of wazifa etc.
Heyyy, can we not recite any of these during menstruation
And one more doubt-my mom told me not look in the mirror at night , it can make your face dull
Is this true❤️
Any surah can be read during menstruation, as per most scholars. As for not looking in the mirror at night, it is a superstition which are not a part of Islam.
I would also request that you check out our new forum for Islamic discussions.
You can’t read just any surah it has to be with the intention of it being a dua but I’m a hanifa so it might be a bit different if you’re not
Is it really true that if you postrate that your lips will become pink.
SubhanAllah. I would also request that you visit our Islamic forum to engage in Islamic discussions.
Asalamualaikum, is there any specific time in which we should recite these Duas?
Walaikumsalam, no, these duas can be recited any time of the day/night.
I would also request that you visit our Islamic forum to engage in Islamic discussions.