Forbes Middle East has announced the top female social media influencers across the Arab style, fashion, beauty, wellness and cuisine.
The rating is based on subscribers and followers on social media channels, like YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and the rest of social media.
So here are the top 10!
Huda Qattan, an Iraqi fashion and beauty blogger, has guaranteed herself a crown. Her HudaBeauty account on Instagram is followed by a stunning 20 million-number of fans.
Here is one of the beauty creations from HudaBeauty account
She is followed by a Lebanese entrepreneur Joelle Mardinian
A make-up artist and a beauty expert, Mardinian is followed by over 6 million on Instagram and has a total of 9 million from all other social media platforms.
Syrian YouTuber Hayla Al Ghazal is placed 3rd in the rank
A Dubai-based teenager has launched a lifestyle channel titled HaylaTV on YouTube that is watched by over 4 million subscribers. Her total best is 7 million across all the platforms. She also opened ‘Hayla Couture’ fashion stores and was appointed a change ambassador to the United Nations.
Emirati chef Manal Alalem came 4th
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Manal Alalem is a professional YouTuber-cook, followed by over 5.5 million people. She published several cookbooks.
Kuwaiti Noha Nabil is number 5
An Engineer by education and a fashion blogger by profession, Noha Nabeel is setting trends with a tremendous success. Followed by over 5 million people.