27.06 2017 16:32h

This UAE Beauty Blogger Was Ranked In The Top 25 Most Influential People Online

Ranked alongside Kim Kardashian and Rihanna
Huda Beauty, Influencer, Top 25

For a third straight year, Time Magazine released their annual round up of the top most influential people on the internet, and we're pleased to inform you that joining a powerhouse line-up which includes the likes of Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, J.K Rowling, and even the president of the United States Donald Trump, is resident Beauty Blogger, Huda Kattan aka @HudaBeauty.

As one of the first beauty YouTubers in the region, and by far the most influential Instagrammer with over 20 million followers, this Iraqi-American makeup mogul is a major online personality in the Middle East and around the world. In providing her massive fan following with makeup tutorials, product reviews, beauty tips, hacks and so much more, she has consistently grown and thrust herself into the conversation of perhaps being the most influential beauty blogger in the world. A sentiment put forward by the New York Times earlier this year.

Huda Beauty Collection @zaheeraax

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Since her rise to online fame, Huda has partnered with leading brands in the industry like Tweezerman and Sephora to design and launch numerous best-selling makeup products and collections.

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