Forbes Middle East has just released its list of 'Top 10 Arab Women Social Media Influencers' ... and Iraqi-American beauty blogger Huda Kattan (aka Huda Beauty) topped the list. 

The blogger-turned-entrepreneur has been dominating international and local rankings for years, so it's really no surprise to see her on Forbes' Middle East's list. Her 23.8 million fans are most definitely proud.

Looking at the women on the list - who hail from various Arab countries - the highest number of women coming from one specific country is Saudi Arabia. 

The country breakdown is as follows: Saudi Arabia (3), Kuwait (2), United Arab Emirates (2), Lebanon (1), Iraq (1) and Syria (1). 

However, Saudis did not make it to the TOP 5

Lebanese entrepreneur Joelle Mardinian came in at No.2 in the ranking

Mardinian first came to the spotlight after hosting a makeup and transformation program titled 'The Joelle Show.'

She has since gone on to launch her own beauty center (Maison de Joelle) and her own line of beauty products (Joelle Paris).  

She has a total of 9.3 million followers across all social media channels. 

Syrian Hayla Al Ghazal came in at No. 3 in the ranking

Syrian Youtuber Hayla Al Ghazal has gained attention over the past few years, after launching her Youtube lifestyle channel 'HaylaTV' in 2013. 

Since then, the 21-year-old has gained over 3 million subscribers on the platform and has since founded Hayla Couture, a bridal and evening gown boutique. 

Ghazal has a total of 7 million followers across all social media channels. 

Emirati chef Manal Alalem came in at No. 4 in the ranking

Manal Alalem is known for her YouTube videos about Middle Eastern and Arabic cuisine, and has several cookbooks out in store including 'Manal Alalem's Kitchen.'

Alalem has more than 715,000 subscribers to the channel.  

She has a total of 5.5 million followers across all social media channels.

Kuwaiti Noha Nabil came in at No. 5 in the ranking

Noha Nabil has had a knack for hosting TV shows ever since she was a little girl. After completing a bachelor's in chemical engineering in 2008, she discovered her passion for fashion. 

That's when her blog Nohastyle came to life. 

She has grown tremendously since, with 5 million followers across all social media channels. 

Who else made it to the list?

Saudi-based content creator and comic star Darin Al Bayed came in at No. 6, followed by Emirati vlogger and filmmaker Taim Al Falasi (No. 7), Saudi YouTuber Njoud Al Shammari (No. 8), Kuwaiti fashion and makeup artist Sondos Alqattan (No. 9) and Saudi-based Nora Bo Awadh (No. 10).