The popular photo-sharing platform Instagram has witnessed a significant rise in usage over the past years and social media influencers are at the center of the spotlight.
They're actively boosting the name of Arabs all while shedding light on young Arab talents like designers, entrepreneurs, bloggers, and artists.
As Arab women are glamorously taking over the mainstream with their fearless styles and forward-thinking business ideas, they are growing into a power to be reckoned with.
Here are some of the female Arab influencers making it big:
1. Dana Al Tuwarish (Kuwait)
2. Nadya Hassan (UAE)
3. Lana El Sahely (Lebanon)
Lebanese Lana El Sahely is a blogger-turned-entrepreneur taking the world by storm. Her wide social media presence allowed her to establish her own shop and collaborate with many notable brands and designers.
The fashionista was chosen by the founders of Dolce & Gabbana for their 2017 fashion show, making her the only Middle Eastern influencer on the runway.
4. Tala Samman (Syria)
Samman is one of the very first bloggers in the UAE, taking it to the next level with her funky DJ skills, performing at many exclusive social events.
5. Maya Ahmad (UAE)
Lebanese Maya Ahmad is Dubai's favorite beauty and lifestyle guru, sharing her travel adventures, makeup tips, and lifestyle vlogs in Arabic with her 529K subscribers on Youtube.
She has over 1 million followers on Instagram and has been featured in many fashion magazines such as Cosmopolitan Middle East and E!'s My Fabulous ME.
6. Jess Narjess (Tunisia)
7. Hadia Ghaleb (Egypt)
Based in Dubai, Ghaleb channeled her inspiration, style, and "influence" on social media to establish her own media company Ghaleb Production House.