5 YouTube Beauty Vloggers You Need To Follow In 2018
With access to the Internet, you can find anything, from funny cat videos to insightful and educational content from beauty gurus who can help you master some of the trickiest makeup hacks.
A deluge of beauty ‘experts’ have emerged in recent years, but you don’t want to spend your time sorting through amateur content when you could be posting selfies of your own amazing makeup. Even if you have just completed your cosmetic training course, subscribing to any of these vlogger channels will dramatically up your makeup game in 2018.
Only someone who really cares about the products they use on their skin can truly appreciate the amount of research that Nicole puts into her work. She’s intelligent, honest, and thorough in her cost breakdowns, so you know exactly what you’re paying for. Her skin care tutorials will help you learn about the different vitamins and nutrients your skin needs to stay healthy.
If you have hooded eyes, Ashley has great eyeliner and makeup tutorials for you. Funny, honest, and real, Ashley does lots of videos with both premium and drugstore makeup, and sometimes compares the two, so you know any recommendations from her are worth a try.
Looking for some vintage-inspired beauty and hair tutorials? Loepsie makes some of the best researched and refreshing videos on the web for slay queens looking for something original. She gets her inspiration from historical beauty icons like Grace Kelly and Hedy Lamarr, as well as fictional beauty icons like Juliet Capulet and Christine Daae.
Cassie of Thrift Thick
Everyone can use some real and honest opinions regarding the effectiveness of the plethora of beauty products on the market. Cassie uploads five videos per week. Unlike other vloggers, she zooms in on her foundation—without using a ring light—so you can see the actual look and texture of a specific product in natural light.
Looking to learn from the best? Eldridge is a London-based makeup artist who works with celebrities like Katy Perry and Emma Watson. She is also the creative director for No7, a British cosmetics brand. Her YouTube channel contains educational and professional beauty tutorials that are nearly as effective as attending cosmetic training courses.
There are many other talented beauty vloggers of different ages, so you can easily find several you can relate to.