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  • Rithika
    Rithika 5 years ago +728

    I'm a non-hijabi and not even a muslim but for some reason I'm binge watching hijab tutorials 😂

    • Hasiifa Ahlam
      Hasiifa Ahlam 2 years ago

      Mashallah

    • jasmine abdulla
      jasmine abdulla 2 years ago

      @Alexandra Breen There is more similarities between Christians and Muslims n hijab is one among it I have Christian friends who wear scarf to Church even Nuns wear veils .I don't know about eastern Indian religion

    • Mel Mosal
      Mel Mosal 3 years ago

      I feel this

    • kathy peralta
      kathy peralta 3 years ago

      Meeeeee

    • Linda Svens
      Linda Svens 3 years ago +1

      Same 🤣

  • Dalia Abushullaih
    Dalia Abushullaih 5 years ago +100

    To all those having contradictions regarding dinas hijab styles, we are a religion of 1.8 billion people! Of course many of us will have different interpretations of what a hijab should be and shouldn't be, at the end of the day you should RESPECT other views and NOT HATE on them. Just like how you might see what she's doing to be unacceptable others might see what you're doing to be unacceptable, so don't be too quick to judge and hate as different eyes give different points and views. We are all Muslims and Islam is all about peace at the end of the day. And when it comes to differences in Islamic technicalities remember that we do not all think the same and act the same, and at the end of the day as much as hijab represents modesty and purity, a Muslim woman that does not wear hijab could be a lot more pure on the inside than a woman that does wear hijab and Vice Versa! Leave the judgment on whether her hijab is appropriate or not to Allah, it's not your job to do so. PROUD OF U DI

    • CaffèLatte
      CaffèLatte Year ago +1

      She legit took the hijab off.

    • jama - jay
      jama - jay Year ago +2

      Exactly was thinking myself as new to islam, as some. Ignorant people. Can get Islam mixed up with sikh, so trying to be careful how to wear. My hijab, yet be respectful to my religion, but find adaptable. Ways to wear the hijab at the same time

    • Just Me
      Just Me 2 years ago +4

      I'm a Christian and I agree

    • Ambreen
      Ambreen 5 years ago +4

      So true💜

  • Lonnie Thomas
    Lonnie Thomas 3 years ago +26

    Dina, I am a new convert to Islam! You have helped me embrace wearing Hijabs! Thank you so much!

  • Scattered Petals
    Scattered Petals 2 years ago +3

    Ramadan kareem Dina! Hope you and your family are keeping well 🕋💐🕋
    These hijab styles never gets old-always checking this out when I need to freshen up my styles 💐💃🏻❤️

  • K C_x
    K C_x 6 years ago +573

    Dina is the only person who suits every hijab style she has that swag... Bet she never has a bad hijab day... Argh

    • CaffèLatte
      CaffèLatte Year ago

      Well, she doesn’t wear hijab now, so I guess she can only have bad hair days.

    • Kallum De
      Kallum De 3 years ago

      She probably does just re does it a hundred times till she gets it right maybe lmfao! Most of my friends and my sister can do it really good

    • Ammal Slays
      Ammal Slays 4 years ago +1

      K C_x I had a bad hijab day today and it sucked

    • Oummi 059
      Oummi 059 5 years ago +3

      +Som Ebody Machallah. .....

    • Abdulrahman Mire
      Abdulrahman Mire 5 years ago +6

      Mashallah

  • Pam Kaur
    Pam Kaur 6 years ago

    I LOVE these!!! It's so good how it's not just the traditional style of wearing the Hijab but also turbans for Sikh girls/women and just to cover your head in general. My mum was going through chemo last year and her hair was falling out so we started practicing loads of cool different scarf styles! This is amazing xx

  • Bekkah Baty
    Bekkah Baty 4 years ago

    Those ribbed scarves are beautiful, and I love that they add even more interest to however you choose to style it that day, while still staying elegant. Thanks, and great job (killer music too!), Dina!

  • hfshzhr
    hfshzhr Year ago +1

    this is honestly the most varied, simple but amazing hijab tutorials Ive ever seen and Ive watched a lot. Thanks so much

  • Fatma Seif
    Fatma Seif 5 years ago

    wow , this is actually the first Hijab tutorial I love and I could make a lot from it , thanks Dina sooooooooo much

  • Leyla W
    Leyla W 6 years ago +2793

    Basically Dina looks good in every hijab style and color, when I wear half of those things I look like a potato with garlic sauce

    • Dont be a secret wife!!!
      Dont be a secret wife!!! Year ago

      Secret marriages are forbidden in Islam
      In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful
      It is a condition of a sound marriage that it be announced and attested to publicly. A secret marriage, which is only witnessed by a few people in private, is disapproved (makruh) at best and unlawful (haram) according to some scholars. It is potentially harmful to those affected by it, as it almost always involves deception or at least gross omission, especially if a man marries an additional wife in secret and without her consent.
      Allah said:
      فَانكِحُوهُنَّ بِإِذْنِ أَهْلِهِنَّ وَآتُوهُنَّ أُجُورَهُنَّ بِالْمَعْرُوفِ مُحْصَنَاتٍ غَيْرَ مُسَافِحَاتٍ وَلَا مُتَّخِذَاتِ أَخْدَانٍ
      Marry them with the permission of their families and give them their due as is good, chaste women, neither fornicators nor secret mistresses.
      Surat al-Nisa 4:25
      Scholars have said that this verse prohibits secret marriages without witnesses, by drawing an analogy between a ‘secret mistress’ and a secret marriage.
      Ibn Taymiyyah writes:
      وَمَالِكٌ يُوجِبُ إعْلَانَ النِّكَاحِ وَنِكَاحُ السِّرِّ هُوَ مِنْ جِنْسِ نِكَاحِ الْبَغَايَا وَقَدْ قَالَ اللَّهُ تَعَالَى مُحْصَنَاتٍ غَيْرَ مُسَافِحَاتٍ وَلَا مُتَّخِذَاتِ أَخْدَانٍ فَنِكَاحُ السِّرِّ مِنْ جِنْسِ ذَوَاتِ الْأَخْدَانِ
      Malik obligated announcing the marriage in public. A secret marriage is a type of prostitution. Allah Almighty said: Chaste women, neither fornicators nor secret mistresses. (4:25) Thus, a secret marriage is a type of secret mistress.
      Source: Majmū’ al-Fatāwá 32/102
      Scholars also refer to the statements of the Prophet (s) commanding the announcement of marriages in public.
      Aisha reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
      أَعْلِنُوا هَذَا النِّكَاحَ وَاجْعَلُوهُ فِي الْمَسَاجِدِ وَاضْرِبُوا عَلَيْهِ بِالدُّفُوفِ
      Announce this marriage publicly, conduct it in the mosque, and strike the drums for it.
      Source: Sunan al-Tirmidhī 1089, Grade: Hasan
      Muhammad ibn Hatib reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
      فَصْلُ مَا بَيْنَ الْحَرَامِ وَالْحَلَالِ الدُّفُّ وَالصَّوْتُ
      The difference between an unlawful and lawful marriage is the beating of drums and the raising of voices.
      Source: Sunan al-Tirmidhī 1088, Grade: Hasan
      Abdullah ibn al-Zubayr reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
      أَعْلِنُوا النِّكَاحَ
      Announce the marriage.
      Source: Ṣaḥīḥ Ibn Ḥibbān 4066, Grade: Hasan
      Based upon this evidence, it is said that a marriage conducted in secret is invalid and annulled, even if it has two credible witnesses and permission from a guardian.
      Abu Bakr Abdul Aziz said:
      نِكَاحُ السِّرِّ بَاطِلٌ؛ لِأَنَّ أَحْمَدَ قَالَ إذَا تَزَوَّجَ بِوَلِيٍّ وَشَاهِدَيْنِ لَا حَتَّى يُعْلِنَهُ
      A secret marriage is invalid, as Ahmad said: If he is married with a guardian’s permission and two witnesses, it is not so until it is announced publicly.
      Source: al-Mughnī 7/83
      This was also the opinion of Imam Malik. However, most scholars said that a secret marriage is valid if it meets the condition of two credible witnesses and a guardian. It is in legal effect and will not be annulled, although it is disapproved to do so.
      Ibn Qudamah writes:
      فَإِنْ عَقَدَهُ بِوَلِيٍّ وَشَاهِدَيْن فَأَسَرُّوه أَوْ تَوَاصَوْا بِكِتْمَانِه كُرِهَ ذَلِك وَصَحَّ النِّكَاحُ
      If the marriage is contracted with a guardian and two witnesses, but he keeps it secret or conceals its attestation, that is disapproved but the marriage is valid.
      Source: al-Mughnī 7/83
      And Ibn al-Qayyim writes:
      أَنَّ الشَّارِعَ اشْتَرَطَ لِلنِّكَاحِ شُرُوطًا زَائِدَةً عَلَى الْعَقْدِ تَقْطَعُ عَنْهُ شُبَهَ السِّفَاحِ كَالْإِعْلَامِ وَالْوَلِيِّ وَمَنْعِ امْرَأَةٍ أَنْ تَلِيَهُ بِنَفْسِهَا وَنَدَبَ إلَى إظْهَارِهِ حَتَّى اُسْتُحِبَّ فِيهِ الدُّفُّ وَالصَّوْتُ وَالْوَلِيمَةُ
      The Lawgiver has set conditions for marriage, in addition to the contract, in order to cut off any suspicion of promiscuity, such as announcing it, the guardian, and preventing a woman from conducting it by herself. It is encouraged to publicize it, even recommended to beat the drums, raise voices, and hold a banquet.
      Source: I’lām al-Muwaqqi’īn 3/113
      This disapproval should not be taken lightly. The important point here is that the legal ‘validity’ of an act does not mean it is ethical or morally sound. If some scholars accept the validity of a secret marriage, that in no way implies they are endorsing or encouraging the act.
      Nevertheless, many scholars said that such a secret marriage resembles adultery despite being legally valid. Umar ibn al-Khattab was particularly strict about this matter.
      Abu al-Zubayr reported: Umar ibn al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, was presented with a marriage which no one had witnessed except one man and one woman. Umar said:
      هَذَا نِكَاحُ السِّرِّ وَلَا أُجِيزُهُ وَلَوْ كُنْتُ تَقَدَّمْتُ فِيهِ لَرَجَمْتُ
      This is a secret marriage and I do not permit it. If I had known of it beforehand, I would have stoned them.
      Source: al-Muwaṭṭa’ 1136
      This was a rhetorical threat to indicate the seriousness with which the matter should be taken. If there were no witnesses at all, the consensus of the scholars is that it is an act of adultery.
      Ibn Taymiyyah writes:
      وَأَمَّا نِكَاحُ السِّرِّ الَّذِي يَتَوَاصَوْنَ بِكِتْمَانِهِ وَلَا يُشْهِدُونَ عَلَيْهِ أَحَدًا فَهُوَ بَاطِلٌ عِنْدَ عَامَّةِ الْعُلَمَاءِ وَهُوَ مِنْ جِنْسِ السِّفَاحِ
      As for a secret marriage, the attestation of which is concealed and witnessed by no one, it is invalid according to the prevalent opinion of scholars. It is a type of illicit intercourse.
      Source: Majmū’ al-Fatāwá 33/158
      In sum, secret marriages without witnesses are unconditionally forbidden in Islam as they resemble adultery. If a secret marriage meets the minimum legal requirements of two credible witnesses and permission of a guardian, then at the very least it is morally disapproved if not unlawful. Believing men who fear Allah would be wise to avoid contracting a secret marriage, especially if they are marrying a second wife behind the back of their first wife, her family, and her children. ru-clip.com/video/mkJF6G-I-Cg/video.html

    • Dont be a secret wife!!!
      Dont be a secret wife!!! Year ago

      Praise be to Allah.
      There is nothing wrong with a Muslim woman making use of the internet and entering the Paltalk website for that purpose, so long as that does not lead to anything that is forbidden in Islam, such as talking privately with men. That is because talking to men may turn into chat which usually leads temptation. Hence it is essential to be strict and avoid that, seeking the pleasure of Allaah and fearing His punishment.
      How often have these conversations lead to bad results, and even caused people to fall in love, and have led some to do things that are even more serious than that. The Shaytaan makes each of them imagine attractive qualities in other, which leads them to develop an attachment that detrimental to their spiritual welfare and worldly affairs.
      Sharee’ah blocks all the ways that may lead to fitnah (temptation, trial), hence it forbids softness of speech and does not allow a man to be alone with a non-mahram woman. Undoubtedly these private chats are not regarded as khulwah in the sense that he people involved cannot see one another, but they are one of the greatest causes of fitnah as is well known.
      What has happened to you is the best testimonial to the truth of what we are saying, because it is difficult for a man to ask these personal questions of a believing woman, unless he uses these means that are being used in a bad way.
      Fear Allaah, and do not speak to non-mahram men. This is safer for your religious commitment and purer for your heart. You should note that marriage to a righteous man is a blessing from Allaah, and a blessing cannot be acquired by means of sin.
      Shaykh Ibn Jibreen (may Allaah preserve him) was asked: What is the ruling on correspondence between young men and women, if this correspondence is free from immorality and love?
      He replied:
      It is not permissible for any man to correspond with a woman who is not his mahram, because of the fitnah (temptation) involved in that. A person may think that there is no fitnah, but the Shaytaan will keep trying until he tempts him. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) commanded those who heard of the Dajjaal to keep away from him, and said that a man may approach him as a believer, but the Dajjaal will keep trying until he leads him astray.
      Correspondence between young men and women involves a great deal of fitnah and danger, so we must avoid it, even though the questioner says that this correspondence is free from immorality and love.
      From Fataawa al-Mar’ah, compiled by Muhammad al-Musnad, p. 96.
      Undoubtedly correspondence via chat rooms is more dangerous than correspondence by mail, but both are bad. ru-clip.com/video/kbRKfJK8ZNU/video.html

    • Eaj38
      Eaj38 2 years ago

      😂😂😂

    • wooyoung supremacy
      wooyoung supremacy 2 years ago

      Sameee

    • sarah. sarah
      sarah. sarah 3 years ago

      Leyla F lo potatoes and garlic sauce 😂

  • Kira Castillo
    Kira Castillo 5 years ago +1

    It was honestly so hard to choose a favorite. They were all SO beautiful I did not want this video to end.

  • wanda H
    wanda H 10 months ago

    This is perfect! I'm learning to wrap hijab, and I love your energy!

  • Scattered Petals
    Scattered Petals 2 years ago

    Dina, you're my hijab style inspiration, your creativity in styling the hijab is just amazing. I miss your hijab style tutorials :x

  • Kaylin Starlin
    Kaylin Starlin 5 years ago

    Thank you so much Dina ... that was greatly awesome

  • Ambreen K
    Ambreen K 6 years ago +133

    I wish I had the confidence to wear half of these hijab styles but every morning I try something new, I swiftly give up thinking my hijabs going to fly off, so I go back to my usual style. I saw some of the olden day styles I used to rock in school. Nostalgia!

    • mary magdalene
      mary magdalene 3 years ago +1

      You need to wear the under hijab. Under hijab keep the hijab in place.

    • khateeja Bibi
      khateeja Bibi 5 years ago

      Ye I also think my head scarf will fly off and I want able to catch it in the wind in U.K.

    • Marzia_Audrey
      Marzia_Audrey 5 years ago +4

      oh my gosh same here sista. I too don't have the confidence to try out new styles every often. and there's also the pressure for chest coverage. so not all styles are a go to for me.

    • CalifGirl09
      CalifGirl09 5 years ago +1

      Agreed. These styles are for fashion-model faces.

    • Umarah Abid
      Umarah Abid 5 years ago +1

      I feel exactly the same so I always end up in the same style!

  • sun Shyne53
    sun Shyne53 2 years ago +1

    These are amazing. Love the styles and the fact that you showed many headwrap style vs hijab styles😍

  • Ina
    Ina 5 years ago

    Dina looks beautiful with every style and Colour thank you for sharing. I learn so much from this tutorial ❤️❤️

  • mara.iara
    mara.iara 5 years ago

    My favorites are 8, 9, 11, and 21 (the style _and_ the actual scarf are gorgeous)

  • Bryanna Sanabria
    Bryanna Sanabria 5 years ago +97

    I am Hispanic and catholic but I would like to start wearing hijabs because of the beautiful meaning behind them. If anyone has any tips feel free to respond!

    • Aisha Khan
      Aisha Khan 2 years ago

      @febri. dj The term Hijab and meaning is specific to Islam.

    • Sophie Salinas
      Sophie Salinas 2 years ago +1

      Dejanna Little that’s mean

    • Sophie Salinas
      Sophie Salinas 2 years ago

      Bryanna Sanabria omg me too u low key have the same problems I have

    • WatermelonCookie
      WatermelonCookie 3 years ago +1

      it's always been a social symbol of respect and nobility before it came a symbol of Islam

  • Casey Cronan
    Casey Cronan 5 years ago

    I'm going to have to bookmark this video. I love the variety of colors and textures in your scarf collection. You're so creative!

  • Julie Smith
    Julie Smith 5 years ago +1

    As an older lady 🙈 i love your take on life, fashion and everything. It's so refreshing and you are a unique woman. Don't ever change! xx

  • Nicole McClean
    Nicole McClean 5 years ago +1

    Loved them but the bow was just 😍😍 I'm not Muslim but when I do my hair treatment I'm definitely doing this. Thank you ✨

  • Soumaya El A
    Soumaya El A 5 years ago

    You're so pretty machaallah and you look good in every hijab style in this video! you've always been the hijab tutorials queen on youtube!

  • Ameera Samsodien
    Ameera Samsodien 6 years ago

    MIND BLOWN! Thank you Dina. You should make this vid downloadable so I may have a different scarf style everyday :)

  • niiaa17
    niiaa17 6 years ago

    I crack up with every video, love them!
    Also fellow hijab-wearers, her face is (obviously different) but just the same as ours. In the sense of the same features, we all have eyes, a nose and lips. Granted, there are some hijab styles that one should just stay away from lol simply because you can't force something to suit you but then again..
    >> CONFIDENCE is key!
    -
    Everyone knows what suits them, stick to your rule of thumb e.g. keeping the hijab cap on, using a certain colour hijab cap, not showing the neck (as it should be anyway) and then experiment your way on from there..
    Dina has *confidence*, so should you and I!!! That's the real secret to pulling any hijab style off :-)

  • Ellaha Matin
    Ellaha Matin 4 years ago

    Love this video! You look amazing MashAllah 😍 definitely will be using some of these styles! Thank you!!

  • Jenn Hoff
    Jenn Hoff 5 years ago

    Oooh, I finally got so wee the tutorial on the maxi jersey scarf where it's ALL up! I love it! Thank you!

  • Alaudelara
    Alaudelara 5 years ago

    I absolutely LOVE 12 :D it's so cute x3 and the two different colors go perfectly together too

  • Tahsin Tabassum
    Tahsin Tabassum Year ago

    Even though you don't wear it, you're the boss at doing all the styles. I keep coming back to this video again n again. I love you, thanks! 💕

  • Shamin Abdille
    Shamin Abdille 5 years ago

    So much inspiration! Queen Dina! Loved this xx

  • Lola M
    Lola M 6 years ago

    wow. this is seriously amazing. Dina you are massively talented mashallah x

  • Huzatron
    Huzatron 6 years ago +12

    I don't even wear a hijab and I sat through this whole thing! Love you Dina!! 😘😊

  • Shelbs micheala
    Shelbs micheala 5 years ago

    you look amazing in every colour and style 😍 15,19,20 and 21 are my favorites on you 😍 they look beautiful.

  • Livyyy
    Livyyy 5 years ago

    Love all the twenty hijab style, BEAUTIFUL!

  • Sarra Yu-Wei Li
    Sarra Yu-Wei Li 5 years ago

    U look gorgeous Dina! Love this tutorial! U are amazing! 😘😘😘

  • Kaye R
    Kaye R 4 years ago

    I'm Buddhist and Hindu and some of our holidays lend themselves to the suggestion of headscarves, so I tend to wear them on holidays. Beautiful tutorials, I love your scarves!! I wish I had the talent you do with a lot of these!!!

  • Aniberry
    Aniberry 6 years ago +103

    im not a muslim and i do not wear the hijab but the way Dina wears it makes me want to get one on my head....so beautiful and modest

    • CaffèLatte
      CaffèLatte Year ago

      Her styles may be nice, but she isn’t wearing it correctly because her hair still shows. And she even took off her hijab recently. Allah knows best.

    • afshin
      afshin Year ago

      @Viola Melega go ahead, modesty is beautiful:) coming from a muslim btw

    • Viola Melega
      Viola Melega 5 years ago +8

      I feel you! I'm Italian and I'm atheist actually but I love the way he wears it so much that makes me wonder to have one

    • Nus
      Nus 5 years ago

      i swear you cant wear a scarf to work/ uni etc
      maybe they changed the rules

    • Tima Br
      Tima Br 5 years ago

      +nerddudey I'm French and actually you're allowed to wear a headscarf/hijab, it's considered to be just like a hat. What you're not allowed to wear is something that hides your face, typically a burqa or things like that

  • Sophie Feustel
    Sophie Feustel 5 years ago

    First of all i'm so amazed by the beautiful styles you can make out of a scarf. Secondly: which song are you using at the 17th style?
    sorry for mistakes my English is not the best

  • Mel Esapzey
    Mel Esapzey 6 years ago

    Love this video!❤️Wished i could master all these styles though xx

  • Farhana Islam
    Farhana Islam 6 years ago

    Can't wait to try them all. Loved number 8❤️

  • Graffiti Nefertiti
    Graffiti Nefertiti 5 years ago

    I love this. I used to wear hijab everyday but don't much anymore. Thanks for sharing :)

  • Amirah M
    Amirah M 6 years ago +17

    For the sisters that are concerned about Dina's scarf styles (in terms of the style itself and/or Dina's hair peeking out at the front), there's no need to be upset about it. You can pull the scarf up to cover your hair. If you don't want to show your neck for the turban styles, you can drape another scarf around your neck, wear a lightweight turtleneck, or use one of the under scarves that cover your hair and neck and it will still be fine. For the sisters that are frustrated with trying new styles because they don't come out right right away, keep practicing.
    All of this is to say that we have to stop limiting the way we look at covering ourselves. There's always ways to modify styles to fit the way we view modesty. Also, sisters have to stop judging Dina for the way she covers. She gave us a lot of options in one video after so many of you asked for them. If you don't like the way she covers, why watch?
    I pray that Ramadan is going well for us, and just remember that fasting isn't just about food and drink. It's also about actions, speech, and thoughts too. May we all be kind to one another and support one another in our attempts to do right.
    Thank you Dina for this video! Ramadan Mubarak!

    • Maria Riaz
      Maria Riaz 5 years ago +1

      Amirah M finally something positive about her and hijab tutorials and the way she styles them alhamdullillah ☺️ (I'm not being sarcastic it just saddens me that so many people actually attack her for just a little hair peeking out) because if they want to try these they can switch it up to suit their needs and requirements ukno

  • Myriam Machkour
    Myriam Machkour 5 years ago

    Hey Dina , I'm a French subscriber and I love your work! Could you please do give us the scarves from each of your video ? thank you in advance and very good work! xoxo

  • Caro Kooky
    Caro Kooky 6 years ago

    dont even wear a hijab but this is so cool! So creative and fun!
    No. 3 is my favuorite, looks super cute!

  • Pauline
    Pauline 5 years ago

    I don't even put an hijab and I was captivated the entire video, it's so attractive and feminine ! love it you rock gurls

  • Del Phine
    Del Phine 5 years ago

    I'm not muslim but enjoyed the video a lot, looks so beautiful 🌸✨

  • 16hbm
    16hbm 6 years ago +4

    I have never seen anyone as beautiful and elegant as Dina, i love her personality and her humor !!

  • Amina Patel
    Amina Patel 5 years ago

    Thanks so much 😊 I finally found a good hijab for me !!

  • Ayesha El-iassay
    Ayesha El-iassay 5 years ago

    Great job darling.. I started wrapping my scarf differently and people have been complimenting me,,, thanks to you... Rabena Yekhaleeky leena :D

  • Shahbonu
    Shahbonu 4 years ago

    Dina, you're such an inspiration. I love how you're brave and crazy (in a good way :p)
    I uploaded my first video today, and hope to get where you are someday

  • Shahd Baslaim
    Shahd Baslaim 5 years ago

    P.s. many of these are super simple, all of them are cute! ❤️

  • Rukky A
    Rukky A 6 years ago +154

    i just find it incredibly extraordinary on how can have such a perfect face shape where every single hijab style suits you!!!!! i envy you! xxx

    • Rubi Love
      Rubi Love 5 years ago

      subhannalah say masha Allah tabarakallah

    • CalifGirl09
      CalifGirl09 5 years ago +3

      She has the very slender, high cheekbone face of a fashion model, so everything suits her perfectly.

    • SayThatAgain Skeen
      SayThatAgain Skeen 6 years ago +3

      Mashaallah

    • ShakirahIbaad
      ShakirahIbaad 6 years ago +1

      Mashallah!

    • Kaki
      Kaki 6 years ago

      agreed!

  • Greta Hunt
    Greta Hunt 5 years ago

    These head scarf styles are so pretty that I now want to try them out myself. I actually used to wear head scarf a lot growing up but I didn't cover up all my hair just some of it cos obviously I don't need to, I just liked the look. I hardly ever see ladies with different styles of hijabs, it's a great way to express yourself just like hair would do for non Muslims.

  • MissCarrouselle
    MissCarrouselle 6 years ago +1

    I absolutely love your videos and your style Dina! I am not Muslim, but this has inspired me to try some of these out on myself. I have a question: How do you, or others, get their hair cut? Are there all-female salons or does your hubby/sister/mother help you out?

    • illy milly
      illy milly 5 years ago +1

      We go to an all female salon or we do it at home :) you got it correct though

  • Louise James-Long
    Louise James-Long 5 years ago

    U make them all look so easy! I need a tutorial vid of how to do my hair underneath first before trying these out 😩

  • Kee
    Kee 5 years ago

    Stumbled across your channel starting from the $2000 worth of lipstick and now I can't stop watching you!! Really love your personality and how you do your vids! xx

  • Katarina Rolon
    Katarina Rolon 6 years ago +507

    I used to have a teacher who was African and Catholic. She used to wear the hijab because she believed in the meaning behind it and thought it was a beautiful and pure minded thing. One time a girl asked to see her hair so she pulled all the girls aside to the corner and showed us a picture of her long hair. She was beautiful with the hijab and beautiful without. I am catholic and Puerto Rican and I think the hijab represents purity and innocence (it just feels that way I am not sure of the true meaning) and I would love to wear it all the time. I don't think my parents would enjoy that though. Not because they are racist but because they think it doesn't represent the "strong and sexy Latina girl you are" (They said something like this when I hid my hair under a beanie in school in 110 degree (F) weather. But maybe in my next life I can wear it.

    • Valentina Zivic
      Valentina Zivic 4 years ago

      Mango not they you

    • Fatima Qasim
      Fatima Qasim 4 years ago

      Mango show them verses even marry may God bless her also did hijab

    • Fatima Qasim
      Fatima Qasim 4 years ago

      Wu YiFan's Chin Scar in every religion hijab is n was there...may God guide u amen

    • Melosh k
      Melosh k 4 years ago

      Wu YiFan's Chin Scar
      Just wear it if you want to. Speak to your parents :)

    • nobody cares anyway
      nobody cares anyway 4 years ago

      Wu YiFan's Chin Scar You should do what you want! I am married to a turkish man and he is not even that religious.. BUT I love to wear my turban! You don't need to be muslim, christian or whatever, WEAR IT IF YOU WANT! I support you sister! ❤❤❤♀♀

  • itsmenoraadnan
    itsmenoraadnan 5 years ago +7

    I've like watched this video a gazillion times. Everytime i need new hijab inspiration. I can't be the only one right. Lol. Cos dina's awesome!

  • Marilyn Holdaway
    Marilyn Holdaway 5 years ago

    Awesome video . thanks for your time and dedication. imagination can take us where nothing else will. innovation and fantasy .love fantasy. thanks. my favorite is the number 9 I would be doing for a wedding soon .

  • Nabilah Fairuz
    Nabilah Fairuz 5 years ago

    thank you for sharing! the ribbon is too cute

  • Siham Fa
    Siham Fa 5 years ago +1

    Really makes me wanna wear hijab seeing this vid! 👌

  • Lucky
    Lucky 6 years ago +490

    Much needed video I've decided to start wearing my hijab properly for my love of Allah guys wish me well insha'Allah x

  • inactive
    inactive 2 years ago +3

    Thank you! I'm going to start head covering because I think it will help my confidence to cover my hair. I'm nervous though, because I live in an area where it's not common for anyone to wear head coverings.

  • lisa yeates
    lisa yeates 5 years ago +42

    i am not muslim but i love head scalfs thanks for some really cool ideas

  • Sacdiya H
    Sacdiya H 6 years ago

    Masha allah love all the scarfs and styles. Jazaka llaahu khayr sis 😘😘

  • FloOD BIET
    FloOD BIET 5 years ago

    I just discovered your channel starting by the lipstick with the flower in it. then I went trough a few of them and you are amazing. there is no other words for how amazing your videos your style and your personnality is. Subscribed :) lots of love !

  • Toleen 22
    Toleen 22 4 years ago +3

    mashalah your talented by nature...could you do more hijab tutorials i need new styles that covers the neck

  • Aparwani
    Aparwani 6 years ago

    Loved it! Was such a creative video. ❤️

  • erica ginzo
    erica ginzo 5 years ago

    Beautiful video! I'm so happy your videos exist for other girls whom wear scarves

  • Mr Slave
    Mr Slave 5 years ago

    I'm not Muslim but I LOVE the hijab! I wish I could go out like this but I feel like I'll get judged to harshly, and by my family as I come from a white, catholic background 😔

  • Nooreshaal
    Nooreshaal 6 years ago +10

    Hi Dina, you recently said in one of your videos with said that you sometimes feel like removing the hijab. I just want to let you know that I really admire you for persevering with it and that you have inspired so many young girls/women to feel more confident on wearing the hijab/scarf. Whether it's the more "modern" styles or he traditional ones, this video caters for all and is really inspiring. Keep doing what you're doing! I'm sure Allah will reward you for wearing it and motivating others!

  • Mahmuna Ejaz
    Mahmuna Ejaz 5 years ago

    Omg dina seriously you look gorgeous in every style i was doing it along with the video and i looked like an auntie who just took a shower and wrapped her head with a towel hahaha

  • Warrendoe
    Warrendoe 5 years ago

    You look beautiful in every style Dina.

  • Saskeia Liverpool
    Saskeia Liverpool 5 years ago

    I love all these styles...I need to go out and get more scarfs😍😍

  • She's Pretty Nerdy
    She's Pretty Nerdy 6 years ago

    Dina...YES! Thank you! I will be referring back to this one frequently! Don't ever delete it please lol! *runs to add it to a playlist*

  • Maisha Mohiuddin
    Maisha Mohiuddin 6 years ago +4

    if you haven't already could you do a video on how you tie your underscarf? i always struggle with that part and the shape of yours always looks great! loved the video x

  • sophia ali
    sophia ali 5 years ago

    Hey Dina I really love your videos, your truly amazing mashallah. Love all the way from Egypt. ❤️❤️❤️

  • Mimi B.
    Mimi B. 4 years ago

    17 and 19 are so pretty! Im not Muslim, but I would love to try this=)

  • Arwa Shahin
    Arwa Shahin 5 years ago

    I love love love this video! Thank you Dina!

  • Katharina Rüffin
    Katharina Rüffin 4 years ago

    Awesome video 👍🏼 some of those styles I would love to wear, but they don’t suit me at all. Really amazing how you can wear so many different styles and every single one of them looks beautiful on you. I don’t know, if I have seen it right, that you are only wearing a cap over your hair?! I’m always wearing a volumizer with a non-slip-hairband included, and it’s a life saver for me, because every tichel style I wear doesn’t move at all, even if someone pulls on it or I’m driving pretty fast with my wheelchair. And I can wear any scarf I like, even if it’s made out of a slippery material.
    Thanks for those beautiful inspirations, maybe I will experiment a little more with my styles of tichel. Katy

  • Kaaha & Ibtihaaj Mohamed
    Kaaha & Ibtihaaj Mohamed 6 years ago +41

    So one of these styles is what ill be wearing on eid Thanksss dina!!! (Please an updated make up tutorial next😘)

    • Rashida
      Rashida 5 years ago

      hehe me too :-)

    • Gul and Mum
      Gul and Mum 6 years ago

      yea me too. if they looked good on me.

    • Aiman Nawaz
      Aiman Nawaz 6 years ago +1

      Which one r u gonna do on eid

    • Hadjar benaida
      Hadjar benaida 6 years ago

      Mee tooo (:

    • Tamara
      Tamara 6 years ago

      +Sam Era LOL you made me giggle

  • Brynne Ward
    Brynne Ward 3 years ago +3

    I’m not Muslim but head scarves are just so pretty and you can get creative with it

  • Mari Berhijab
    Mari Berhijab 4 years ago +14

    *Dina Tokio* _Beautiful_

  • Husna Hakim
    Husna Hakim 5 years ago

    Dina!! Look up shawl tutorials from Malaysia! We have SSOOOO many styles that will inspire you!
    Love from Malaysia

  • Anna Webb
    Anna Webb 5 years ago +526

    So I'm not Muslim (or even religious at all) but I kinda wanna start wearing a headscarf.
    Would that be wrong?

    • Dont be a secret wife!!!
      Dont be a secret wife!!! Year ago

      Secret marriages are forbidden in Islam
      In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful
      It is a condition of a sound marriage that it be announced and attested to publicly. A secret marriage, which is only witnessed by a few people in private, is disapproved (makruh) at best and unlawful (haram) according to some scholars. It is potentially harmful to those affected by it, as it almost always involves deception or at least gross omission, especially if a man marries an additional wife in secret and without her consent.
      Allah said:
      فَانكِحُوهُنَّ بِإِذْنِ أَهْلِهِنَّ وَآتُوهُنَّ أُجُورَهُنَّ بِالْمَعْرُوفِ مُحْصَنَاتٍ غَيْرَ مُسَافِحَاتٍ وَلَا مُتَّخِذَاتِ أَخْدَانٍ
      Marry them with the permission of their families and give them their due as is good, chaste women, neither fornicators nor secret mistresses.
      Surat al-Nisa 4:25
      Scholars have said that this verse prohibits secret marriages without witnesses, by drawing an analogy between a ‘secret mistress’ and a secret marriage.
      Ibn Taymiyyah writes:
      وَمَالِكٌ يُوجِبُ إعْلَانَ النِّكَاحِ وَنِكَاحُ السِّرِّ هُوَ مِنْ جِنْسِ نِكَاحِ الْبَغَايَا وَقَدْ قَالَ اللَّهُ تَعَالَى مُحْصَنَاتٍ غَيْرَ مُسَافِحَاتٍ وَلَا مُتَّخِذَاتِ أَخْدَانٍ فَنِكَاحُ السِّرِّ مِنْ جِنْسِ ذَوَاتِ الْأَخْدَانِ
      Malik obligated announcing the marriage in public. A secret marriage is a type of prostitution. Allah Almighty said: Chaste women, neither fornicators nor secret mistresses. (4:25) Thus, a secret marriage is a type of secret mistress.
      Source: Majmū’ al-Fatāwá 32/102
      Scholars also refer to the statements of the Prophet (s) commanding the announcement of marriages in public.
      Aisha reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
      أَعْلِنُوا هَذَا النِّكَاحَ وَاجْعَلُوهُ فِي الْمَسَاجِدِ وَاضْرِبُوا عَلَيْهِ بِالدُّفُوفِ
      Announce this marriage publicly, conduct it in the mosque, and strike the drums for it.
      Source: Sunan al-Tirmidhī 1089, Grade: Hasan
      Muhammad ibn Hatib reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
      فَصْلُ مَا بَيْنَ الْحَرَامِ وَالْحَلَالِ الدُّفُّ وَالصَّوْتُ
      The difference between an unlawful and lawful marriage is the beating of drums and the raising of voices.
      Source: Sunan al-Tirmidhī 1088, Grade: Hasan
      Abdullah ibn al-Zubayr reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
      أَعْلِنُوا النِّكَاحَ
      Announce the marriage.
      Source: Ṣaḥīḥ Ibn Ḥibbān 4066, Grade: Hasan
      Based upon this evidence, it is said that a marriage conducted in secret is invalid and annulled, even if it has two credible witnesses and permission from a guardian.
      Abu Bakr Abdul Aziz said:
      نِكَاحُ السِّرِّ بَاطِلٌ؛ لِأَنَّ أَحْمَدَ قَالَ إذَا تَزَوَّجَ بِوَلِيٍّ وَشَاهِدَيْنِ لَا حَتَّى يُعْلِنَهُ
      A secret marriage is invalid, as Ahmad said: If he is married with a guardian’s permission and two witnesses, it is not so until it is announced publicly.
      Source: al-Mughnī 7/83
      This was also the opinion of Imam Malik. However, most scholars said that a secret marriage is valid if it meets the condition of two credible witnesses and a guardian. It is in legal effect and will not be annulled, although it is disapproved to do so.
      Ibn Qudamah writes:
      فَإِنْ عَقَدَهُ بِوَلِيٍّ وَشَاهِدَيْن فَأَسَرُّوه أَوْ تَوَاصَوْا بِكِتْمَانِه كُرِهَ ذَلِك وَصَحَّ النِّكَاحُ
      If the marriage is contracted with a guardian and two witnesses, but he keeps it secret or conceals its attestation, that is disapproved but the marriage is valid.
      Source: al-Mughnī 7/83
      And Ibn al-Qayyim writes:
      أَنَّ الشَّارِعَ اشْتَرَطَ لِلنِّكَاحِ شُرُوطًا زَائِدَةً عَلَى الْعَقْدِ تَقْطَعُ عَنْهُ شُبَهَ السِّفَاحِ كَالْإِعْلَامِ وَالْوَلِيِّ وَمَنْعِ امْرَأَةٍ أَنْ تَلِيَهُ بِنَفْسِهَا وَنَدَبَ إلَى إظْهَارِهِ حَتَّى اُسْتُحِبَّ فِيهِ الدُّفُّ وَالصَّوْتُ وَالْوَلِيمَةُ
      The Lawgiver has set conditions for marriage, in addition to the contract, in order to cut off any suspicion of promiscuity, such as announcing it, the guardian, and preventing a woman from conducting it by herself. It is encouraged to publicize it, even recommended to beat the drums, raise voices, and hold a banquet.
      Source: I’lām al-Muwaqqi’īn 3/113
      This disapproval should not be taken lightly. The important point here is that the legal ‘validity’ of an act does not mean it is ethical or morally sound. If some scholars accept the validity of a secret marriage, that in no way implies they are endorsing or encouraging the act.
      Nevertheless, many scholars said that such a secret marriage resembles adultery despite being legally valid. Umar ibn al-Khattab was particularly strict about this matter.
      Abu al-Zubayr reported: Umar ibn al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, was presented with a marriage which no one had witnessed except one man and one woman. Umar said:
      هَذَا نِكَاحُ السِّرِّ وَلَا أُجِيزُهُ وَلَوْ كُنْتُ تَقَدَّمْتُ فِيهِ لَرَجَمْتُ
      This is a secret marriage and I do not permit it. If I had known of it beforehand, I would have stoned them.
      Source: al-Muwaṭṭa’ 1136
      This was a rhetorical threat to indicate the seriousness with which the matter should be taken. If there were no witnesses at all, the consensus of the scholars is that it is an act of adultery.
      Ibn Taymiyyah writes:
      وَأَمَّا نِكَاحُ السِّرِّ الَّذِي يَتَوَاصَوْنَ بِكِتْمَانِهِ وَلَا يُشْهِدُونَ عَلَيْهِ أَحَدًا فَهُوَ بَاطِلٌ عِنْدَ عَامَّةِ الْعُلَمَاءِ وَهُوَ مِنْ جِنْسِ السِّفَاحِ
      As for a secret marriage, the attestation of which is concealed and witnessed by no one, it is invalid according to the prevalent opinion of scholars. It is a type of illicit intercourse.
      Source: Majmū’ al-Fatāwá 33/158
      In sum, secret marriages without witnesses are unconditionally forbidden in Islam as they resemble adultery. If a secret marriage meets the minimum legal requirements of two credible witnesses and permission of a guardian, then at the very least it is morally disapproved if not unlawful. Believing men who fear Allah would be wise to avoid contracting a secret marriage, especially if they are marrying a second wife behind the back of their first wife, her family, and her children. ru-clip.com/video/mkJF6G-I-Cg/video.html

    • marsha Jonas
      marsha Jonas Year ago

      No my dear do what make you comfortable and by the way your hair is been protected in that way and grow more..

    • nimo Abdulahi
      nimo Abdulahi Year ago

      Anna Webb definitely not since you like as long your are not disrespectful toward the religion and people 😊

    • Dammy A
      Dammy A Year ago

      Not at all

    • turkse pizza zonder pizza
      turkse pizza zonder pizza Year ago

      No it isn't wrong, and did you do it?

  • Chandra Bradley
    Chandra Bradley 2 years ago +1

    Not even two minutes into the video, and I loving her energy. New sub here

  • MissJahangir
    MissJahangir 5 years ago

    Love Love Love them All ! MashaAllah❤ Lots of Love from Hijabi to a Hijabi

  • Azie Boo
    Azie Boo 5 years ago

    i love it!!!!! thank you dina. u are awesome and funny! 😘

  • BEVERLEY PHILLIP
    BEVERLEY PHILLIP 4 years ago

    I am personally curious about the hijab more because I find it beautiful than a curtural thing and this woman was a delight to watch. Luv'd this!!!

  • Sophie McCombe
    Sophie McCombe 5 years ago

    I love all of these but no. 7 was definitely my favourite!!

  • ada babe
    ada babe 4 years ago

    I'm Christian but I must say the way you wear hijabs are absolutely stunning!!!

  • Farah
    Farah 4 years ago

    Quick question Dina, please. How do you prevent your scarves from getting damaged by safety pins?

  • Parveen Saleh
    Parveen Saleh 6 years ago

    How does she slay every style like this😢😍

  • Shelley Hillier
    Shelley Hillier 5 years ago

    i absolutely think anyone of these looks beautiful on you but i love the second last one. I also dont think that the hijab has to be worn only by a muslim woman .any woman can wear them and they are beautiful.

  • Esmma. SC
    Esmma. SC 5 years ago

    I am muslim too and my granny is always telling me:MasAllah Esma you are beautiful with hijab

  • Hadeel Aljubouri
    Hadeel Aljubouri 6 years ago

    Okay let me mention the fact that you deserve so many more subscribers than this .. yeah.Thank you so much for this .

  • Saba Ahmed
    Saba Ahmed 5 years ago

    Awesomeeee ✌🏻️ loved all the styles :)

  • Klara
    Klara 5 years ago

    I really wanna adapt some of these styles myself even though I am not muslim. I just really think it is a beautiful thing, and I don't understand why so many people in the western world have such a negative view on the hijab and head scarfs?

  • Fatimah Abdul Rahman
    Fatimah Abdul Rahman 6 years ago

    thank you for this. lovely ways of wearing hijab

  • Angelica Cordero
    Angelica Cordero 3 years ago

    Maravillosos modelos Hijab