Ahead of the second anniversary of its grabbing power in Afghanistan, the Taliban has banned women’s beauty salons in the country.
Beauty salons were where Afghan women — who were forced out of schools and colleges and out of their jobs since the Taliban returned to rule the country in August 2021 — gathered to have a chat while getting their faces or nails done.
The Taliban stated that services provided in beauty salons were forbidden in Islam and can cause economic hardships for grooms’ families.
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