There is no doubt in Ethiopia that the women are amazing. Ethiopian women, from their natural beauty to their graceful manner, are definitely among the most beautiful in the world. Here below we count the 10 most beautiful Ethiopian women.
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- 1 10. Tajunia Rubel
- 2 9. Liya Kebede
- 3 8. Sara Nuru
- 4 7. Eden Shadows
- 5 6. Dina Fekadu
- 6 5. Sayat Demissi
- 7 4. Lola Monroe
- 8 3. Helen Getachew
- 9 2. Hayat Ahmed Mohammed
- 10 1. Mearg Magi Tareke
10. Tajunia Rubel
Tahunia Rubel was born on February 20, 1988 in Gondar, Ethiopia. She is an Israeli fashion model and TV presenter.
Although Tahunia Rubel is best known for her work in fashion and television, she is also an active advocate for various causes. As a model, she has used her platform to raise awareness of body positivity and encourage people to love themselves for who they are. She also spoke candidly about her immigrant experience and advocated for greater understanding and acceptance of immigrants in Israel.
In addition to her work as a model and TV presenter, Tahunia Rubel is also a dedicated philanthropist, working with a number of charities to help those in need.
9. Liya Kebede
Liya Kebede is a supermodel, actress and humanitarian born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She has graced the covers of numerous international magazines including; Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Elle. She is also a maternal health advocate and fashion designer.
8. Sara Nuru
Sara Nuru is a German-Ethiopian model and television presenter. She became the winner of the German reality show "Germany's Next Top Model" in 2008. Sarah is one of the hottest women with dimples.
7. Eden Shadows
Many people don't realize that South Africa is home to many different cultures and ethnic groups. One of them is the Ethiopian community. Ethiopian-born South African model Eden Teni is helping to make a difference. Teni is using his platform to show the world that South Africans come in all shapes, sizes and colors. It helps break down barriers and stereotypes and gives people a new perspective on what it means to be South African.
Teni is just one of many Ethiopian-born South Africans who contribute to their community. Others work to promote education, equality and opportunity. These people are helping create a better future for all South Africans.
6. Dina Fekadu
Dina Fekadu is known not only for the Miss Universe 2006 contest, but also for her work as a model and actress. She has graced the covers of numerous magazines and has appeared in a number of films and television shows.
In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, Dina is also known for her humanitarian work. She is a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and works to raise awareness of the plight of children in her native Ethiopia.
5. Sayat Demissi
Apart from her work in the fashion and entertainment industry, Sayat Demissi also advocates for social causes. In particular, she spoke loudly about women's rights. She positioned herself as a victim. In an interview on the EBS Show, Demissi described her past life, including an alleged kidnapping by Dembidollo University students.
Demissi's work is important not only to Ethiopians, but to all people of color who are underrepresented in the media. Speaking of the need for more representation, Demissi is helping to create a more diverse and inclusive media landscape.
4. Lola Monroe
Ethiopian American rapper, model and actress Lola Monroe is one of the hottest Ethiopian women on our list. Lola Monroe, formerly known as Angel Melaku, was born on October 23, 1986 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Although she was born in Ethiopia, Lola Monroe's family moved around a lot while she was growing up. As a result, she has lived in various countries, including the United States, Germany and Japan. This gave her a unique perspective that influenced her music and her career. In addition to her music career, Lola Monroe has also been involved in modeling and acting. She has appeared in music videos and TV shows. Her unique experience and outlook has led to a successful career in music, modeling and acting.
3. Helen Getachew
Born January 13, 1990 in Ethiopia; Helen Getachew is another Miss Universe on our list.
Miss Universe Ethiopia 2012 - Helen Getachew is one of the most beautiful Ethiopian women. A little-known fact about Helen Getachew is that she is also a talented singer. In addition to working as a model and beauty pageant titleholder, she also represented Ethiopia in the Miss Universe 2012 pageant.
2. Hayat Ahmed Mohammed
Hayat was born in Ethiopia in 1982 and is a model and beauty queen. Interestingly, she was the first representative in any Miss World pageant from Ethiopia.
Hayat has always been a bright and determined child, and in 2003 she won the title of Miss World Ethiopia. Since winning the crown, Hayat has become a powerful voice for Ethiopian women. She has used her platform to speak out against child marriage and promote girls' education. She has also worked to raise awareness of the importance of condoms and has also worked to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS.
Hayat is a true champion of women's rights and she helps make the world a better place for all women. See also; 10 sexiest Muslim women in the world.
1. Mearg Magi Tareke
American supermodel of Ethiopian origin. In my opinion, she is the most beautiful among Ethiopian women.
Mirg Magi Tareke is not only a beauty, but also one of the most successful Ethiopian women in the modeling business. She graced the covers of magazines and walked the catwalks of the most prestigious fashion houses. While her success is undeniable, it is important to remember that she is just one woman representing a much larger and more diverse population.
The population of Ethiopia is actually made up of a number of different ethnic groups, each with its own unique culture and traditions. While Ethiopia is often thought of as a single country, the reality is much more complex. This cultural richness should be celebrated as it is what makes Ethiopia such a special place.
I think Mirg Magi Tareke is a great role model for Ethiopian women, but it's important to remember that she's just one person. There are many other beautiful and successful Ethiopian women, each with their own unique story to tell.
More beautiful Ethiopian women:
Hiwat Assefa Tesfaye: Miss Ethiopia World 2010 and Miss Intercontinental Africa 2009.
Yordanos Teshager: Ethiopian supermodel and one of the most beautiful Ethiopian women.
Tegest Mesfin: One of the most beautiful Ethiopian women, a successful model.
Zeudi Araya: Italian actress of Ethiopian origin.
Maya Haile (the most beautiful Ethiopian woman):
Maya Haile is an Ethiopian model who has featured in ad campaigns for some of the world's top fashion brands including Givenchy, Dior and Louis Vuitton. She was born in Ethiopia but grew up in Holland and the Netherlands. She currently resides in Harlem, New York, USA.
One of the most beautiful women in Ethiopia, Maya Haile is also the founder of the non-profit organization Three Goats Org. In addition, she worked in a hospital, studying nursing shortly after graduating from college.
Gelila Bekele is the most beautiful Ethiopian woman:
Bekele has been referred to by fashion insiders as the "new face" and has graced the covers and front pages of many haute couture magazines, including Vogue Italia and iD. Bekele also entered the film industry.
In addition to being a successful model, Bekele is also an active philanthropist. Bekele was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the youngest of six children. Her mother died when she was only two years old and her father died when she was eight. As a result, Bekele and her siblings were raised by their grandparents. Bekele had a difficult childhood. Growing up in Ethiopia during a time of political unrest, she saw firsthand the effects of poverty, disease, and war. Despite the difficulties she faced, Bekele was determined to get an education.
Bekele moved to the US in 2005 to pursue her modeling career. She quickly made a name for herself and by 2008 had become one of the most sought-after models in the world. In addition to modeling, Bekele has also entered the film industry. She is known for the films "Noir" (2020), "Anbessa" (2019) and "Full" (2009).