It’s Monday, which means it’s time for a fresh start! Make the most of your Monday by reading some of the best beauty blogs to inspire you this week. Learn new tips and tricks or discover products you never knew you needed. To help you out we’ve put together some of our favourite beauty blogs that you should follow.
Award-winning beauty blogger and Hollywood-trained make-up artist Huda Kattan, now based in Dubai, is the face of HudaBeauty. She has her own makeup line as well as hair, skin and wellness products. With 3.85 M subscribers on Youtube and 41.7 M followers on Instagram she is always blogging and sharing her secrets with her loyal viewers.
Nikkie de Jager is a fun, lively and incredibly skilled make-up artist, from the Netherlands. Her specialty is creating a base that makes your skin look like it has a photoshop finish and she has a collaboration with Too Faced cosmetics with whom she released, The Power of Make-up Palette by NikkieTutorials. Nikki has 13.3 M subscribers on Youtube and 13.8 M followers on Instagram; she regularly posts content that is fun and engaging to her viewers.
The Beauty Look Book
If you’re tired of tutorials, The Beauty Look Book would be a good call for you. Founded by Californian financer, Sabrina – this blog is dedicated to reviewing mid to high-end luxury beauty products including cosmetics, fragrances, home scents, skincare and bodycare with some lifestyle elements mixed in.
If you’re a fan of Gossip Girl and DietPrada, Estee Laundry is the one for you. The anonymous tea-spillers of the beauty world have labeled themselves as “a beauty collective” and report on everything from Marie Antoinette’s questionable skin-care routine to dragging brands for not practicing what they preach. It’s thought-provoking and scintillating which, we argue, is the best combination.
Beauty Is Boring
Beauty Is Boring uses stunning visuals to fascinate her viewers. Creator, Robin Black is a makeup artist who uses the blog as her personal photo essay and every picture posted – from Polaroids to editorial work she’s done – is bright and eye catching.
Makeup Savvy was founded by Fiona Houghton so she could share her beauty knowledge on where to find great low-cost products on the high-street and online. From post reviews to advice of all things beauty, Makeup Savvy stays true to their name by giving tips on things like how to save bleached hair to the best budget skincare brands.