Birthday: April 15, 2000 (Aries)
Born In: Syria
Narin Ammara is a Syrian YouTuber who runs an Arabic-language YouTube channel named Narins Beauty. The channel has 13.5 million subscribers and she uploads videos covering fashion, makeup, challenges, pranks, vlogs and more. All her siblings are popular YouTubers and she shares a separate channel called The Ammara Family with her two sisters. She is also a singer and posts music videos of her songs on the channel. In 2019, she collaborated on the song Fake Love with close friend and fellow YouTuber Mo Vlogs, on whose channel she regularly appears. She further has 9.1 million followers on her Instagram profile. Narin, who acted alongside her sisters in the 2018 short film Gold, revealed in 2019 that she and her sisters were working on making a film together. She also on a talent show with other YouTubers like Mo Vlogs and Bessan Ismail.
Boyfriend: Mohamed Beiraghdary
Age: 22 Years, 22 Year Old Females
mother: Khlat Mustafa
siblings: Cedra, Jalal, Sherin, Shero
Born Country: Syrian Arab Republic
Height: 5'4" (163 cm), 5'4" Females
Even though the Narins Beauty YouTube channel is the most subscribed one among the very popular channels of her siblings, it was actually Narin Ammara’s sister Sherin who had first started making Swedish YouTube videos after the family moved to Sweden. She later switched to making videos in Arabic and asked Narin to feature on her videos.
In a later interview on Uncut with S1, Narin revealed that she wanted to be an actress since she was about five years old and later often pretended to be acting or modeling. She created her YouTube channel on September 25, 2014 and started uploading videos a year later when she was 15. She and Sherin made a two-part video and posted each part on their respective channels. Around the same time, she made her first Instagram post on November 22, 2015.
Narin Ammara initial content included DIY makeup and hair videos, shopping hauls, funny skits and challenges with her sisters. She also occasionally posted vlogs on the channel and later started including pranks and other types of videos as well. She achieved success very quickly on YouTube, surpassing 100k subscribers on her channel in the first half of 2016, and celebrated reaching the 1 million subscribers milestone in May 2017. She subsequently decided to thank her fans in a special way by dedicating a song to them, which she wrote with her mother. It made her the first female Arab YouTuber to release a music video—Hala Ya Sidi—and it remains one of her most popular videos on her channel.
Narin Ammara was born on April 15, 2000 in Syria. Her mother’s name is Khlat Mustafa. She has two older brothers named Shero and Jalal and two younger sisters named Cedra and Sherin. She and her siblings were raised in Sweden where the family relocated to when they were young. Like her, all of her siblings are popular YouTubers with millions of subscribers. Her parents supported her and her sisters’ decision to be on YouTube at a young age. At just 19 years of age, she bought her first house in Sweden, a two-storey building with a game room and sauna in it. She later moved to Dubai to settle and has recently bought an apartment there in early 2022. She underwent a nose job in 2020 and made several videos about it. Narin, who is Kurdish, can fluently speak Kurdish, Arabic, English, Swedish and Turkish, and also a little bit Spanish, but she speaks in Arabic on her channel.
Narin Ammara first met Mo Vlogs (Mohamed Beiraghdary) at a YouTube event in Spain in 2017. They came closer as they collaborated with each other on videos on both their channels. Because they are both very successful YouTubers, fans started to speculate from the very beginning if they were dating, and they also added fuel to that by mentioning each other as ‘crush’ and ‘boyfriend’ or ‘girlfriend’ in the videos, mostly being pranks. Narin defended it in her Uncut with S1 interview in May 2019 saying it is common among YouTubers. She stated that they were best friends but were not dating. However, she did not rule out a relationship in the future. By then, they had released a song together titled ‘Fake Love’, which had both Arabic (for Narin) and English (for Mo) lines. The two continue to feature in videos on one another’s channel and he often accompanies her for visits to her family in Sweden.
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