November 22, 2015 3:38 pm
i love this website where Dina Tokio shares her fascinating day to day life. i love every bit of her from her style of clothing to baby Hana finger clutching her mummy ( Mashallah she is adorable) and i still cant wait to see more of you
p.s: i never get enough of you
November 23, 2015 3:29 am
Dina has really inspired me through her YouTube videos and continues to motivate me. As if following her on Instagram and Snapchat was’t enough, I recently started to view her blog. Dina allows for her fans to be apart of her life. I am sure that she has made a huge impact on many people’s live. Thank you Dina for all the hard work that you put into what you do. I’m so glad that you started blogging again. By the way, congratulations on your first born. May Allah (swt) bless you and your family.
April 26, 2016 11:06 pm
Hi Dina.. 🙂
Congratulations on the birth of your baby girl… I’ve been admiring your style for a long time but..I love your turban looks.. and all of your looks … Your style is very inspirational Masha Allah..
I tried to do one but I struggled with getting the base right. You mentioned that you have a cotton scarf tied around your head and then a bandana on top of that??? or underneath the cotton scarf.. ??? I don’t know… . It seems like a lot of layers.. I found that my head felt very hot with all the layers…Is it better for the under scarf to be stretchy or non stretchy?? or does it not matter…
May 3, 2017 9:26 pm
hey i love watching you on YouTube i hope you cloud do some video on prank to do on Sid
May 25, 2017 8:52 pm
I cannot enter the dina’s shop :'( Is the online-shop for some countries not possible to enter?
Thank you so much! xx
June 6, 2018 2:08 pm
my name is Rim and I’m a huge fan of everything you do. I’m working on my PhD and I would like to interview you because it will literally mean the world to me. I had no other way to contact you but this. please if you are interested would you please reply or email me. Ps: my work has to do with the series you have created recently “young average Muslim”