The world of the beauty industry is beautiful but also fast-paced, as its protagonists strive to amaze us every day with new trends and must-haves. They want to keep you up to date on how to optimally keep your skin clean and healthy and how to maintain a beautiful complexion even with very little sleep. You will find a lot of professional make-up artists and beauty editors among the beauty bloggers. Their focus is not only the expertise they have but rather to give the beauty world a unique touch of beauty and personality. Nowadays, countless young beauty enthuasiasts start their own blogs and YouTube channels to share their passion. This is why we have handpicked three successful beauty bloggers, who have already found their unique style. Inspiration guaranteed!

Linda Hallberg

One of Sweden’s most successful and famous beauty blogger is make-up artist Linda Hallberg. The pretty Swede also founded her own make-up called LH Cosmetics eight months ago, apart from her YouTube channel and blog lindahallberg.se. She inspires more than 325k YouTube followers twice a week with her popular make-up tutorials and creates inventive as well as everyday life beauty looks.

Samantha Ravndahl

With more than 2,4 billion Instagram followers and around 730k YouTube followers, the Canadian Samantha Ravndahl is one of the prosperous beauty bloggers worldwide and that has its reasons. The beauty queen provides her followers with new videos about new beauty products, make-up tutorials and Q&A’s about her beauty secrets. She is also one of a few influencers who had the chance to create their very own lipstick color for Mac Cosmetics.

Jamie Genevieve

Jamie’s trademarks are make-ups that are both glamorous and grungy. The Instagram and make-up guru from Glasgow also shares a lot of her private life apart from her make-up tips on her weekly Vlogs on YouTube and reaches more than 456k followers. These videos show the Scottish young women in common and daily life situations, which is why she is such a likeable personality.

*numbers current at the time of writing