From dishing out the most helpful makeup tutorial basics to transforming themselves into different celebrities and personalities, these beauty and fashion vloggers have got it covered. Hit the subscribe button to join their legions of fans online.
Zoe Sugg aka Zoella is an English Fashion and Beauty vlogger, author and internet personality known for her bubbly personality and sense of humor. With over 8 million subscribers on her YouTube channel, this 25-year old is one of the internet’s beauty blogger superstars, dishing out make-up techniques to her legions of fans. Zoella even has her own range of beauty products and recently published her first book, Girl Online.
British Fashion and Beauty Vlogger, Tanya Burr was working at a beauty counter when she started uploading product reviews to YouTube back in 2009. In her channel, she shared makeup tutorials replicating “celebrity looks” and expanded to include beauty haul videos and vlogs. Six years later, she’s a viral superstar who released her own cosmetics diffusion line under the brand Tanya Burr Cosmetics and published a book “Love, Tanya” a non-fiction beauty guide and autobiography.
Los Angeles-based makeup artist Kandee Johnson infuses her colorful makeup tutorials with tons of personality and humor. This mother of four has won herself an army of fans based on her amazing ability to transform into anyone (from Frozen’s Elsa or a live Barbie doll to Angelina Jolie) with her makeup techniques.
Samantha and Nic Chapman are two sisters and makeup artists behind Pixiwoo, a YouTube channel devoted with over 500 videos of tutorials and reviews of various beauty products. The sisters are known for their knack for recreating celebrity makeup looks, with tutorials inspired by everyone from Angelina Jolie to Rihanna. The sisters are currently running five day make-up courses from their Norwich makeup studio.
Marlena Stell is a former teacher and the cosmetics pro behind MakeupGeekTV, where she shares her favorite looks, beauty secrets, healthy eating tips, her weight loss journey, and advice for curvy women. With over 1.1M subscribers, the self-proclaimed Makeup Educator” even has her own line of cosmetics available on www.makeupgeek.com.