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5 Middle Eastern influencers to watch out for on Clubhouse

Looking for conversations on skincare, makeup, feminism and more? You’ve come to the right place!

5 Middle Eastern influencers to watch out for on Clubhouse

Are you new to Clubhouse? We’ve curated a list of Middle Eastern influencers who are on Clubhouse!

Clubhouse is an invite-only audio app where users can interact with each other on topics that include fashion, makeup, cryptocurrency and politics. The rise of Clubhouse has given content creators the opportunity to host interesting rooms and build a wider audience.

Here are 5 Middle Eastern influencers you can follow on Clubhouse:

1. Ascia Al Faraj

Ascia Al Faraj is a Kuwaiti fashion influencer with over 2.6 million followers on Instagram. She has collaborated with well-known brands such as Chanel, Ralph Lauren and Dior. With 5.8k followers on Clubhouse, Al Faraj shares her thoughts on feminism, parenting, skincare and many more.

2. Mona Kattan

Mona Kattan is a Iraqi-American influencer, co-founder and Global President of Huda Beauty and founder of Kayali Fragrances. If you’re looking for topics on fragrances, wellness and healing, tune in to Kattan’s room discussions.

3. Karen Wazen

Karen Wazen is a Dubai-based Lebanese influencer and founder of Karen Wazen Eyewear. She has collaborated with several luxury labels including Prada, Dior Beauty and Cartier.

4. Jessica Kahawaty

Jessica Michelle Kahawaty is a Lebanese Australian model, influencer and founder of Mama Rita. She was partnered with brands that include Nescafe Arabia, Prada and Maybelline Cosmetics.

5. Dana AlTuwairish

Dana AlTuwairish is a Kuwaiti-Iraqi lifestyle, fashion and beauty blogger with over 2.3 million followers on Instagram. She has worked with brands such as Shein, David Morris and Palazzo Versace.