Anas R.A. reported: "The hair of Rasulullah (SAW) reached till half of his ears".
Ayesha R.A. reported: Rasulullah (SAW) and I bathed in one utensil, and the mubarak hair of Rasulullah (SAW) was longer than those that reached the ear lobes, and were less than those that reached the shoulders". (It means that they were not very long nor were they short, but of a medium length).Commentary.It is not … Continue reading Shama-il Tirmidhi Chapter 3, Hadith Number 2 (24).
Baraa bin Aazib R.A. reports: "Rasulullah (SAW) was of average hight, and the portion between the two shoulders was wide. His hair was till his ear lobes".Commentary.This hadith has been explained in the chapter on the mubarak features of Sayidina Rasulullah (SAW). Because of the hair is briefly mentioned here again.
Qataadah bin Da'aamah As-Sadusi relates: "I asked Anas R.A., 'How was the hair of Rasulullah (SAW)?'. He replied: 'It was not very twisted, nor very straight. It had a slight twist and was a bit curled, and reached till his ear-lobes'".
Umme Haani bint Abi Taalib R.A. says: "Rasulullah (SAW) came to Makkah once after the hijrah. His mubarak hair had four plaits".Commentary.According to well-known sources Sayyidina Rasulullah (SAW) came to Makkah Mukarramah four times after the hijrah. The first, at the time of Umratul Qadhaa in the 7th year hijri, then at the time of … Continue reading Shama-il Tirmidhi Chapter 3, Hadith Number 5 (27).
It is reported from Anas R.A. that the hair of Sayyidina Rasulullah (SAW) reached till the middle of the ears.
Ibne Abbas R.A. says: "Rasulullah (SAW) used to leave his hair the way it naturally was, without making a path in the hair (parting hair). The reason being that the mushrikeen (polytheists) used to make a path in their hair, and the Ahlul Kitaab (People of the Book) did not do so. In the early … Continue reading Shama-il Tirmidhi Chapter 3, Hadith Number 7 (29).
Umme Haani R.A. reports: "I saw Rasulullah (SAW) with four side locks (on his hair)".Commentary.Apparently this is the same hadith as has been quoted earlier.