There is no denying it. Cuban girls are HOT! They are the epitome of feminine – curvy, sexy and sultry.

The women featured in this Top 10 are all of those things and more!

Daisy FuentesDaisy Fuentes

Daisy is Cuban-born but known in the U.S. as one of the most beautiful Cuban women in the world. She was MTV’s first Latina VJ and Revlon’s first Latina spokesmodel.

She’s graced the covers of many magazines representing several top brand names and was listed as one of the “50 Most Beautiful Women” in People en Español. She’s also a businesswoman with her own clothing and hair care lines.

Talent, beauty, and brains – Daisy’s got it all!

Jamillette GaxiolaJamillette Gaxiola

A Mexican-Cuban model and beauty pageant winner, Jamillette is gorgeous. She competed in her first pageant at the age of 3 and is the current Miss Cuba Grand International 2013. She also appears in a television reality series titled The Shores.

Anabelle AcostaAnabelle Acosta

Gorgeous Cuban-American Anabelle is both a television and film actress. She’s well-known for her role as Annabella is the series Ballers and also known for her role as Natalie Vasquez in Quantico.

Throughout her acting career, she’s been in 5 films and 9 television shows.

Ana Celia de Armas CasoAna Celia de Armas Caso

Ana is a Cuban actress who was one of the first Cuban actresses to become part of the Hollywood elite. She appeared in her first film at the age of 16 and has since made quite a name for herself in the industry. She’s had roles in a total of 21 films to date and is now based in Los Angeles.

Cameron DiazCameron Diaz

Cameron is an American actress of Cuban descent. Her father’s family is Cuban. She began her career as a model at age 16 and represented tops brands such as Levi’s and Calvin Klein.

Her first major role was in the movie The Mask and it was that role that earned her the sex symbol moniker.

She’s quite well-known for her voice over of the character Princess Fiona in Shrek. Cameron has had an incredibly successful career having appeared in 45 films and 7 television shows.

Dominik García-LoridoDominik García-Lorido

Dominik is of Cuban descent as both of her parents are Cuban and her father born in Havana. She began dancing at the age of 3 but it’s film work that has truly launched her career.

Her debut film The Lost City in which her father directed, is what fueled her desire to work as a professional actor while continuing to work with her father. She’s had roles in 10 films and a television show titled Magic City.

Eva MendesEva Mendes

While born in the U.S., Eva’s parents are both Cuban. Disappointed with her performance in her first film, she hired an acting coach. It paid off. She’s had success in 33 other films and has won a Capri Global Award and a Giffoni Award.

Her modeling career began with appearances in music videos but she quickly became popular within the modeling world. She’s worked with top names such as Revlon, Calvin Klein, Reebok, Pantene and Thierry Mugler. She’s also a businesswoman with her own line of bed linens.

Christina MilianChristina Milian

Christina is a Cuban-American singer, songwriter and actress. She’s best known for her career as a singer but acting was her first love. She’s released 3 studio albums, appeared in 13 films and had roles in 23 television shows.

Awards she’s received include The Reign Award for Outstanding Achievement, an Ozone Award for Best R&B Female and an Emmy for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program for The Voice.

Melissa FumeroMelissa Fumero

Melissa is of Cuban descent as both of her parents are Cuban. She’s an actress who is well-known for her roles on One Life to Live, Gossip Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Her film debut was in a movie titled Tiny Dancer. She’s had roles in 5 films, 10 television shows and was given an NHMC Impact Award for Outstanding Achievements and Contributions to the Positive Portrayals of Latinos in Media.

Vida GuerraVida Guerra

Definitely HOT, Vida is a popular glamour model. She first appeared in the U.S. in an issue of FHM magazine which featured her in a lingerie spread, eventually becoming their “Model of the Year” in 2004.

She has since appeared in several other men’s magazines often featured on the covers. She made a notable appearance in the July 2006 issue of Playboy. Vida has also produced her own swimsuit calendars and a DVD titled Vida Guerra: Exposed.