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Lana Rose & Everything about her in 2021

Lana Rose is a well-known YouTuber whose real name is Parisa Beiraghdary. Learn more about Lana in 2021. Lana Rose

27 October 2021 23:44 PM, ✍️ UPDATED: 1 month ago

27 October 2021 23:44 PM

Lana Rose is a well-known YouTuber whose real name is Parisa Beiraghdary. Learn more about Lana in 2021.

Lana Rose is a well-known YouTuber whose real name is Parisa Beiraghdary. Her parents are Nadereh Samimi aka Naddia and Esmail Beiraghdary. Mohamed Beiraghdary, also known as MO Vlogs, is her brother.

Parisa Beiraghdary, also known as Lana Rose, was born on September 21, 1989, in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates to Nadereh Samimi and Esmail Beiraghdary (30 years in 2019).

Lana went to London to finish her studies with her brother Mohamed Beiraghdary (Mo Vlogs), who is now also a vlogger, and her brother also established his career in London, but after Lana’s studies were completed, both of them returned to their native city, Dubai.

Lana enjoys oil painting; she has a separate room in her home for this hobby, and her creations are celestial. She enjoys animals as well and has two adorable cats.

She is a well-known internet sensation all over the world. Lana began her YouTube career in 2013 when she launched her channel “Lana Rose.” Her career as a professional make-up artist has been chosen, and she posts her make-up tutorials, as well as her supercars and videos, on YouTube.

Today, Instagram and YouTube have grown in size by over 1.2 million followers, with their YouTube channel surpassing 1.3 million subscribers. Many famous people have appeared in her videos, including Logan Paul and Karim Benzema, Mona Monica Kattan, Huda Kattan, and KSI.

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