Arab beauty icon Huda Kattan makes cover of Glamour magazine

Updated 02 March 2018
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Arab beauty icon Huda Kattan makes cover of Glamour magazine

JEDDAH: With millions of fans hanging onto their every word, it is no surprise that beauty influencers have become the phenomenon that they are, including Arab beauty icon Huda Kattan, who has appeared on the cover of Glamour magazine.
“I am super excited to be on the cover of Glamour UK!” Huda wrote on her Instagram account.
Huda, one of the most successful Instagram beauty stars in the world, talks plastic surgery, motherhood and building a beauty empire from the bottom up in the magazine.
Ranked No. 1 on Instagram’s Rich List, Huda has created a brand from scratch that now reaches an audience of 24 million. She has held her own in the world’s beauty industry, sharing tips on make up, skincare and hair.
Having started with only $10,000, which she borrowed from her family, Huda has created a successful brand in the beauty industry with the highest sales on Sephora, a French chain of cosmetics stores.


Historic day for Saudi women: #Have you chosen your car?

Granting women the right to drive is part of a wider blueprint for the future.
Updated 24 June 2018
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Historic day for Saudi women: #Have you chosen your car?

The Arabic hashtag for “Have you chosen your car?” was linguistically directed to females and was one of the top trending hashtags on Twitter in Saudi Arabia yesterday as locals anticipated this historic day, June 24, the first day when women could drive on the roads of Saudi Arabia.
@GhadeerDk said: “Mercedes S Class 2018 Or Genesis G90.”
@ba_11_ba posted a picture of a Lexus LX570 and tweeted: “My dream car.”
From the region, @medianeminence said: “Seeing Saudi girls contemplate which cars should they get is truly heartwarming.”
@i1i___G said: “Dodge charger 2014.”
Tweeting in Arabic, @Abdullah_Ali_f said: “Legal adviser: Photographing women while they are driving and using this material as a means of mockery, humor and taunting is a violation of the anti-cybercrime law. Whoever commits such acts is subject to no longer than 5 years in prison and a fine that does not exceed SR3 million, or one of the two punishments.”