In today’s digital world, it’s more important than ever to know who your favorite beauty influencers are. Whether you’re looking for advice on how to style your hair or want to hear about their latest beauty trend, these ten beauty influencers are perfect for you.
1. Emily Weiss
Emily is a Canadian makeup artist and beauty vlogger with over 2 million followers across her social media platforms. She has been featured in Cosmo GIRLS and Hello Beautiful magazine and was even an extra on the famous “Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills” show. Her YouTube channel features videos on everything from natural beauty products to skincare routines that are sure to help anyone look beautiful no matter what they have going on.
2. Leanne Crow
Leanne has over 1.5 million subscribers and follows a holistic approach to health and wellness. In addition to being a makeup artist and entrepreneur, she also shares beauty tips as one-half of the twin sister duo Cailyn & Leanne. This girl can get away with anything.
3. Bobbi Brown
Bobbi started selling lipsticks at age 14 under her mother’s tutelage and eventually went on to open up her own cosmetics line. Today she is known for creating the iconic BB Cream formula, which has sold over 100 million+ units worldwide. And if that isn’t enough, she has appeared in many magazines, including Vogue and W Magazine. It doesn’t get much better than this.
4. Laura Lee
Laura’s YouTube channel is dedicated to showing women how to achieve healthy, glowing skin through various beauty techniques. If you haven’t already noticed, her videos focus on practical tips rather than expensive products, so make sure you check her out.
5. Tati Renee
Tatiana became addicted to YouTube when she decided to take her love of makeup and beauty tutorials and share them online. Since then, she has built a passionate following after only putting up a few videos because she wants to inspire other ladies by sharing makeup looks and beauty tips that work.
6. Kat Von D
Kat von D is an American celebrity tattoo artist, makeup artist, author, musician, and producer. She first gained notoriety in the early 2000s after appearing in several music videos and film roles such as “Fearless,” “Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” and “Sin City.” Even though she’s famous for her face art, we picked her video featuring her cover of Lana Del Rey’s “Carpet Bunny Rodeo” because it was our personal pick.