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Beauty And The Blog

Are you constantly combing the internet in search of the best hair, nail and makeup tutorials? Look no further than these ultra pretty beauty blogs! Their founders are smart and sassy beauty enthusiasts, some of whom are MNY Crew members, with loads of tips and tricks up their sleeves. Bookmark now and you’ll never be stuck in a beauty rut again.

Chloe Morello

This 21-year-old beauty blogger and vlogger doesn’t let her youth get in the way. She’s already garnered quite the following – Chloe’s YouTube channel has over 34 million views and over 600,000 subscribers! You can trust her advice on everything from how to pull off the perfect cat eye to how to rock a stained lip without the smudges.

Gritty Pretty

The brainchild of magazine veteran Eleanor Pendleton, Gritty Pretty is different to most other beauty blogs in that a fully-fledged beauty journalist writes it. There’s a sleek, editorial, highly curated feel to her posts, plus delicious imagery and stacks of handy industry insider tips. Also, her taste in products is impeccable.

Oz Beauty Expert

This self-confessed beauty addict worked as a hair and makeup artist in the film industry for several years before branching out into blogging. Want to hear Bonnie’s best-kept beauty tips? Oz Beauty Expert is jam-packed with them, plus unbiased product reviews and easy-to-follow tutorials.

Beautyholics Anonymous

Founder Tine is a self-confessed beauty addict. Hailing from Malaysia, Tine relocated to Australia in 2008, where she launched Beautyholics Anonymous. Tine is dedicated to breaking the conventional beauty mould, placing an emphasis on makeup tips for Asian women.

The Plastic Diaries

Meet Kimberly Nissen, the founder and editor behind The Plastic Diaries. This blog goes beyond your standard makeup tutorials. There are posts dedicated to health and fitness based on the belief that if you look and feel good, you’re going to be the best possible version of yourself. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Want to bend her ear for something? Ask Kimberly via email and she’ll post the answer on her blog.

Hair Romance

Want to know how to dress up a ponytail? Tempted by headscarves but don’t know how to pull one off? Hair Romance has the answers. Blogger Christina finds hairspiration everywhere, from the catwalks of Paris and New York to the red carpet and the streets. There are regular posts such as Big Hair Fridays and Short Cut Saturdays, with takeaway advice no matter what your hair length. As Christina says, hair is your best accessory – so you may as well have fun with it!

SwatchGirl

Lara Hill has worked in every facet of the cosmetic industry – in retail, trend predictions, consulting and product development – picking up tips and tricks along the way. Learn from her pro-techniques and spot-on product recommendations, with close-up shots so you know what will work for your skin tone.

Rachel Radel

This friendly and approachable beauty blogger is obsessed with makeup – her favourite part of the day is those 30 minutes in the morning getting ready. As a long-time sufferer of acne, Radel isn’t afraid to get real with her tutorials, gearing tips and product recommendations toward readers with problematic skin.

 

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