Saudi Arabia women are often perceived as east princesses from magnificent palaces, their life is closed and full of secrets. And only the few photos in glossy magazines can show, how beautiful are Saudi women. Their appearance, typical of oriental women, admired and raises questions: how do live such a beauty, how do they take care for themselves, whether they follow fashion?
Features of appearance of Saudi Arabia women
By invariable traditions and rules of this Arab country, the woman of Saudi Arabia hide the appearance from public eyes, only parents (in the childhood) or the husband can admire their beauty (after a marriage). Like other residents of the country, beautiful women wearing traditional Saudi robes (Abaya) completely covers the body. Covered head even beautiful women, girls and women can be left open only the eyes. These rules are taught to girls from childhood and in adulthood they are not experiencing particular problems with the outfit. But under Abaya can hide a variety of outfits: simple and inexpensive, luxurious and spectacular. It is interesting that the traditional clothes covering all a body are worn not only by wives of sheikhs and the housewife who spend most of time at home. In these clothes in Saudi Arabia women of different professions and occupations go to work, to business meetings. Every year in the country grows the number of business ladies who also did not change the traditions of dress.
Exotic beautiful Saudi Arabia women have appearance which main lines are characteristic also of other female residents of east countries. They have dark long hair. They differ in beautiful silky gloss. Eyes are also dark, brown or green, have characteristic east section, is frequent they very big and just bewitch by the look. Figures of the Saudi Arabia women also have features. They are very womanly, graceful, have rounded shapes. Many women attract men's attention beautiful shape of the bust and hips, but, unfortunately, the dark dense fabric Abaya often hide feminine charms. In youth women of Saudi Arabia are slender and graceful, but rarely in adulthood one of them retains the harmony. These are the features of Arab women physique.
You can see how can be pretty attractive Saudi Arabia women in the photographs of the eastern actresses and most famous beauties of the country. Such a case should be used, because most of the eastern princess hidden under a dark and dense veil.
Abaya color is only black, any options of others isn't allowed, sometimes the attire is only decorated with an embroidery or can have interesting design of sleeves. But such a strict dress makes a woman a real mystery for men.
Top-12 Most Beautiful Saudi Arabian Women
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10. Lojain Omran (born 1982 Khobar, Saudi Arabia) is a Saudi Arabian TV host, brands ambassador goodwill ambassador.
9. Aseel Omran / أسيل عمران (born November 12, 1989 Khobar, Saudi Arabia) is a Saudi Arabian singer who rose to fame not only in Saudi Arabia but also in other countries in the Middle East when she entered the reality show Gulf Stars and Heya wa Huwa, which means Her and Him. She has signed onto Rotana, the Arab World's largest record label. She is the sister of Media Presenter Lojain Omran. Aseel’s young age and baby-face made her the first youth star in Saudi Arabia.
8. Waed / Hanan Baker Younis / حنان بكر يونس (born 9 August 1976) is a Saudi singer and entertainer in the Middle East. She is widely known by her stage name, Waed, which means promise in Arabic. She was born to Saudi father and a mother is of Iraqi descent. See also: Top-17 Beautiful Arab Female Singers
7. Reem Abdullah / ريم عبد الله (born February 20, 1987 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) is a Saudi Arabian actress. She worked in the 2007 series Tash Ma Tash and received excellent reviews. In 2012, she was invited to act in the film Wadjda, which received critical acclaim.
6. Heba Jamal / هبة جمال (born 1990) is a Saudi Arabian journalist and TV host. She was named as one of Arabian Business's most powerful Arab women in 2012. Saudi presenter Heba Jamal entered the 2011 list of the 100 most influential Arab women. Heba Jamal ranked 40th among businesswomen, economists, journalists, and women in various professions that influence the business arena in the Arab world and the Middle East. She is the only Saudi women working in media and is the youngest of the women.
5. Nadine Al-Budair / نادين آل بدير (born 1989) is a Saudi TV Host on the Saudi Arabian news channel.
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