10 Beauty Vloggers You Need To Watch
Ever since Bethany Mota, Michelle Phan, and other big names debuted a few years ago on YouTube, the beauty vlogger community has expanded rapidly. Here are a few of the coolest beauty YouTubers you need to watch out for awesome beauty tips and tricks!
Olivia Giannulli - Olivia Jade
As the daughter of full house star Lori Loughlin, you can only imagine how talented Olivia is. This sixteen-year-old's unique beauty videos as well as her exceptionally friendly, likeable character is a surefire favorite for beauty gals!
Kathleen Fuentes - Katheen Lights
Kathleen has been slaying YouTube for over three years now. Her success has even allowed her to create her own makeup products with some of the most talked about brands today, including Colourpop and Ofra. Kathleen’s hilarious personality on top of her game-changing makeup tutorials are more than enough to keep any beauty addict satisfied.
Mel Joy - Mel Joy
More than just a pretty face, Mel is probably one of the sweetest YouTubers out there. Her channel is comprised of clothing hauls, makeup tutorials, health inspiration, and practically anything beauty.
Tess Christine - Tess Christine
Tess's incredibly innovative videos and trendy style are guaranteed to get any fashionista hooked. Her "Look for Less," "Outfit of the Week," and "Get Ready With Me" videos are the only things you'll need for some creative beauty inspo.
Summer McKeen - Summer Mckeen
Summer creates content which is great for anyone looking for simple yet super relatable beauty videos. Her sarcastic humor topped with her fun and genuine personality is what makes this seventeen-year-old's channel a hit.
Shani Grimmond - Shani Grimmond
Shani's makeup skills are seriously off the hook! Her tutorials are perfect for any beauty junkies out there so be sure to check out her hauls, monthly favorites, and exciting travel vlogs as well.
Amanda Steele - Amanda Steele
At just sixteen years old, Amanda has virtually created an empire on YouTube with nearly three million subscribers. Her diverse and cool-girl style along with her killer beauty vids and a must-follow Instagram feed allow many young girls to see her as a true role model.
Bella Fiori - Bella Fiori
To say Bella is a makeup guru would be an understatement. Her tutorials provide us with flawless looks, incorporating anything from bright pops of color to subtle neutral tones. Also, her story time video is a must watch for anyone craving a little laughter.
Siena Mirabella - Siena Mirabella
If you're a lover of dogs, Paris, and Harry Styles, you might find this beauty vlogger's channel pretty relatable. Siena creates quite possibly the most aesthetically pleasing and calming videos on YouTube, whilst still keeping them nothing short of entertaining.
Claudia Sulewski - Claudia Sulewski
Also known as the queen of editing in the YouTube beauty community, Claudia has created some of the coolest content ever. From makeup, to fashion, and even food, we're sure Claudia has a video for everyone regardless of what your interests are.
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these sheets that exactly remind me of how I gushed in between my pillow and space you filled in the longing of my burned sorrow put smile to my sober face just like how a three year old receive her lollipop
i searched you everywhere and here you are laying down beside me in my imagination the walls that our screens built a boundary and an obvious message that says i can never have you because you wear clerical shirt and obviously you loved someone else before me
oh god, do I really want this forbidden love? that only exist in my imagination? that only exist through my words? would you, meine liebling, notice me and my art one second? because I am dying to say I love you.
A Simple Learner Who's a Great Pretender
Maybe I'm just a learner, not a weirdo. A learner that knows how to listen and pretend. A simple learner who's a great pretender. Pretending to be slightly dumb enough not to be judged and criticized by those who do not appreciate my existence. We surround ourselves with people who's levels are either beyond or below our intellectual behavior, because as for reality, people may use you either for their success or your downfall. Since then, people tend to judge someone who has an intellect with things they shouldn't be. Making them a criticizer, and most of all, calling them weird.
Honestly, I'm one of this "weirdo" who actually loves to learn things, and for the record, I'm bullied and stressed out for making myself not to learn more and go with the flow to dumbness I had. Have you ever feel being assigned to some task where you know every process to make it easier and faster to finish but turns out to hesitate to voice out because some of your mates put themselves in charge. There are times where I know what to do, what to say, or how to react, but kept myself silent and pretend not to know anything that may help us. Maybe it's a good thing to just go with their ideas and learn from their perspectives, but sometimes you can't control it and says something, and once again called to be a weirdo and let you finish the work by yourself.
It's annoying that you only know one process yet they gave you the whole work and let you finish it by yourself because they insist that "MAGALING KA DIBA?". It's not your fault being an intellectual person, knowing such things that may help you to pursue your dreams, and have the basic knowledge about something. You don't need to know everything, just the basics. And as for those people who do not appreciate your existence, let them be and continue what's the best for you. In some cases, you'll be annoyed by this but most of the time you'll be thankful for it. Not for now but maybe later. Just be yourself either a weirdo, a great pretender, or a simple learner, and always remember to lower your voice and behavior because no one loves that.
Just be a great pretender not to hear any runts and be a good learner that appreciates everything. It's out of nowhere thoughts of mine, but simply I leave you this my favorite life quotation; "Don't introduce yourself, Let your success introduce you"
Dear me in six years, I wonder how life will treat you when you’re already 26 years old. Will you be financially stable? Will you be working in an advertising agency while pursuing everything about the arts? Will you be doing freelancing and living in a condo by then? I don’t know since things are very uncertain. I hope by the time you graduate from college and face the real meaning of the world, you’ll know what the real purpose of doing and living in the art will be.
I know it’s been so tough ever since you turned 20 but that’s how life works, I guess. There will be a lot of hopes and trials, breakdowns, and breakthroughs but I have high hopes of you becoming the better version of yourself. You always do, though. You were never a quitter. Making decisions is getting harder and harder as you grow but I hope it doesn’t make you stop doing what you really love to do. You will face different people with different perspectives. You will feel like a stranger once again, it’s like you were back in your freshmen year. It’s going to be tougher than you’ve expected but you can do it. I believe you can.
Most of the time, people's perception of us as a strong person makes us feel that we are not entitled to be vulnerable because they might be disappointed for seeing our weak spots. And so when we are hurting, we are often scared of extreme emotions and so bury our feelings. We deny them, trying to avoid the pain we feel.
But by doing that, we are just allowing it to come back to us and haunt us. And when it comes back, it might be stronger and it will be harder for us to get over it than when we faced them first. I realized it just now that facing those emotions will scare them until they're gone. The saying 'Let it hurt until it hurts no more' goes true. Admitting your pain to yourself doesn't make you weak. It only proves that you are strong enough to acknowledge such extreme emotions without avoiding them. We are humans and it's okay if we hurt sometimes.