Transferring discrete “kippah clips” between domains on Shabbat, if the clips are NOT sewn to the kippah
A) Imagine the following: It is Shabbat, and I am using spring-loaded hair clips or bobby pins to attach a kippah to my hair. The clips or pins are NOT sewn to the kippah: instead, they are discrete ...
A) Imagine the following: It is Shabbat, and I am using a kippah with sewn-in spring-loaded hair clips. The clips are clipped to my hair. I don't live inside an eruv. May I walk from a private domain ...
Whatever the reasons for covering hair (e.g. fear of heaven), they seem to equally apply to men and women. So why don't unmarried women have to cover their hair?
How do bald men keep kippah srugas from falling off? (not l'maaseh yet, b"h) I got a short haircut and am having serious issues, especially in the wind!
According to this answer, wearing a toupee without a kippa on top may pose a problem of maris ayin. My question is: Suppose the toupee-wearer has no distinctive Jewish features other than wearing a ...
If one wears a toupee that covers about what a normal kippa would cover, does he also need to wear a kippa? Does it depend on whether or not people know is a toupee and not just his normal hair?