Saudi Arabia is not only a stringent country but also a very traditional one. Equally essential to mention is its law against women’s freedom. The law allowing Saudi Arabian women to drive in the country was passed in September 2017. With this intention and invariable traditions and customs of the country, the women of Saudi Arabia hide their appearance from public eyes, only parents (during childhood) or the husband (after marriage) can appreciate their beauty. They are very feminine, and they will not leave their homes unless suitably dressed.
The women from Saudi Arabia are often perceived as princesses coming out of glorious palaces. Noticeably, Saudi women are stammering beautiful, with their usually tanned skin, dark hair, and smoky eyes. Women are seen only wearing a dark-colored dress. Abaya, a traditional dress, completely hides the feminine beauty, from head to toe. Abaya is only allowed to be black in color; any other variation is strictly prohibited. Indeed, the attire can sometimes be decorated with embroidering designs or feature patterns on their sleeves. Then again, such a stringent dress code makes men more inquisitive in mystery.
Consequently, you seldom come across photos of Saudi women in glossy magazines showcasing their beauty. It’s not every day that you get to read about Saudi women without any prejudices. Despite stories covering their position in society and how they are neglected of human rights – and that’s accurate to some extent. Why do we rarely get to read about Saudi women in a positive light?
So today, let’s talk about the distinguished and attractive Saudi women and celebrate them for being who they are and their talents.
Nadine is a former Saudi journalist and women’s rights activist who now lives in Dubai.
Lojain Omran is a Saudi Arabian television presenter and social media personality.
Razan is an artist and fashion designer.
Muna Abu Sulayman
She is a Saudi businesswoman and activist. She is also the former founding Secretary-General of the Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation.
Hala is a Saudi model and is studying Architecture. Her mother is of Yemeni descent.
She sparked controversy again by posting her bikini photo through her account on Instagram and other video portals.
A Saudi beauty expert and fashion blogger.
Sumaya Reda is a Saudi actress who has been part of some of the finest artistic works.
Wardah has worked in Bollywood movies in the past.
The Riyadh-based beauty expert made impressive strides by collaborating with renowned brands like Benefit Middle East and Max Mara.
Jood Aziz is a Saudi model who has featured across many social media videos.
She is a prominent Saudi Arabian fashionista.
Rawan Abdullah Abu Zaid
Popularly known as model Roz, Rawan is the first female model from Saudi Arabia, with over 12 million Instagram followers.
She was born in Saudi Arabia but has been living in the UAE, where she gained her name in the fashion world.
She is a famous Saudi YouTuber and model and is currently studying in the USA.
She stands out as an influential figure in the Gulf community.
Eleen is a Saudi Arabian model and celebrated fashionista with 2 million Instagram followers.
She is a Saudi Arabian model and blogger who goes by the name beautykaai.
She is a trendy Saudi actress.
Marwa is a Saudi Arabian model living in Germany. Her mother is of Kurdish descent.
Ameera bint Aidan bin Nayef Al-Taweel Al-Otaibi is a Saudi Arabian philanthropist.
Norah Al-Otaibi, popularly known as Reem Abdullah, is a Saudi Arabian actress.
Aseel Omran is a Saudi Arabian singer who rose to fame after entering ‘Gulf Stars.’ She has signed onto Rotana, the Arab world’s largest record label.
Who do you think is the most beautiful Saudi Arabian woman?