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Rabbi Gideon Weitzman

Av 3, 5775
although hair covering is daat moshe, where does it say how much has to be covered? is there an opinion that if more than 51% of the hair is covered it is enough to be considered covered according to daat moshe?
Shalom, Daat Moshe is only relevant to whether a couple should get divorced but according to the practice of halachah there is no difference between Daat Moshe and Daat Yehudit and we have to keep both, meaning that a woman should cover her hair and may leave a small amount uncovered. The exact amount is dependent on the custom in each place. Kol Tuv
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