With so many (perhaps even a million!) bloggers out there, it can be tough to decide who to listen to. Even on a niche dominated mostly by women, there are still thousands of blogs and online personalities to sift through. So here at SHC, we’ve made our own list of what we think are the TOP beauty, hair and makeup bloggers 🙂
We did not just base this on the number of followers these bloggers have, but rather on the impact they’re making in the world. Beauty, after all, is more than just a pretty face or beautiful hair. Keep an eye out for this page – we’ll continually add to this list!
- Beauty Bloggers WE LOVE:
- Natural Hair Care Bloggers
Beauty Bloggers WE LOVE:
Laura @ MyNewestAddiction.com
A self-confessed cosmetics junkie, Laura blogs mainly about makeup and skincare, and occasionally about hair care and nail polish. What started as her beauty diary turned into something much more. She does product reviews as people started asking her for recommendations. She also shares fashion finds and personal stories. You can feel the passion she has for makeup in her blog. We particularly love the Audrey Hepburn and Coco Chanel quotes she has on her About Me page! 😉
Check out a few of her blog posts:
Brooke @ BlushingNoir.com
Your ‘friendly neighbourhood enabler’, Brooke hails from Pittsburgh and is a full-time blogger. This mom of 2 is a great inspiration for moms and moms-to-be, having cracked the balancing act of taking care of oneself and raising a family. She blogs not only about beauty, but also about fashion and lifestyle. She does a lot of reviews and regular giveaways, so be sure to check out her blog for some neat finds.
Here are some of the posts we like:
Miranda @ SlashedBeauty.com
Redefining the cost of Beauty, Miranda runs a blog filled with tips and tricks to great even on a budget. In 2014, she was named ‘Most Buzzworthy Blogger’ by Allure Magazine. More than just a beauty blogger, Miranda is a feminist aiming to challenge society’s shallow perception of beauty. She has an epic guide to drugstore mascara where she did a side-by-side comparison of 40+ different products. You’ll find plenty of hair and makeup tutorials, product reviews and sales announcements on her blog.
Here are some of our favorites:
Natural Hair Care Bloggers
Natural black hair can be tough to manage, especially if you’re transitioning out of hair weaves & relaxed hair. A few years ago, you’ll hardly find any resources online on how to care for Type4a/b/c hair. But thankfully, we have these brave ladies who went against the social pressure of having “straight relaxed hair” and went on to embrace their natural hair. Let’s get to know them!
Patrice @ Afrobella.com
Natural-haired ladies would all recognize Afrobella. Born in Trinidad, Patrice has grown her award-winning blog to the big brand that it is today. Being one of the VIP Beauty Bloggers, she has been featured in several magazines including Glamour, Essence, Ebony, Fast Company. Dubbed as the ‘Godmother of Brown Beauty Blogging’, she is truly an online influencer. She blogs not only about beauty, makeup, hair and style, but also about food, life reflections and supporting local black-owned businesses.
Here are a few of the posts we like:
– 350+ Black-owned businesses to support this holiday season and beyond
– Afrobella’s Hair Trend Forecast 2016
– This is the way we dry our hair – Natural Hair Drying Tips from a Pro
Gabrielle @ Strawberricurls.com
Hailing from New Orleans, Gabrielle started her natural hair journey way back in 2009 by vlogging on Youtube. She doesn’t only blog about natural hair care tips, but also about beauty, fitness & lifestyle. What we love about her blog: the hairstyle tutorials and practical hair care tips like these: