5 Beauty Bloggers I Actually Listen To

5 Beauty Bloggers I Actually Listen To

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I am pretty low maintenance when it comes to beauty routines. I have combination skin and as long as I cleanse it twice a day and stay away from heavy lotions, it’s good. Not necessarily great, but definitely good.

However, that doesn’t mean that I don’t like to check out how other pretty women maintain their skin. I am not particularly fond of makeup, therefore, I stay away from makeup tutorials. However, I’m all for beauty routines and good advice. You never know when it may come in handy. Like the time I read up about Manuka honey and then recommended the heck out of it to anyone who had acne.

So without much ado, here are my top five beauty bloggers:

1. Vbeauty by Vasudha Rai

When Varun Rana, ex-fashion features director of Harper’s Bazaar India recommended Vasudha Rai’s newly launched beauty blog on his Facebook feed, I knew I had to check it out. And it was worth it. It’s one of the few blogs I read regularly. She uses premium products and tells you why it’d be really good for you too. She also has a Youtube channel with make-up and beauty tutorials. With Vasudha, you know you’re in good hands. Plus, she’s in her 30’s like me and her advice regarding nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes is exactly what I need now.

2. Corralista by Ankita

I first started watching Ankita’s beauty routines on Youtube because she looked so serene and beautiful. I was worried that she’d be another young beauty blogger who said only good things about the products on her sponsored posts. But that’s not the case. True, she does sponsored posts, but her reviews are genuine. And that’s why I keep going back.

Tutorial for this fresh spring makeup is up on my channel! ☺️

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3. Hello Glow by Stephanie Gerber

I honestly started reading Hello Glow for its lovely pictures and DIY recipes that I had no intention of making, but now I’m a fan. I’m particularly fond of her food and green cleaning posts. She’s like the Martha Stewart of DIYs, and that’s a good thing if you need the inspiration to switch to a greener lifestyle.

4. Little Green Dot by Militza

I noticed Little Green Dot when Militza left a message on my Instagram feed. I started following her because her minimalist DIY recipes were less intimidating than some of the more complex recipes I’d read elsewhere. What I love about her recipes is that almost everything she creates can be made with things in your pantry.

5. Viva Woman by Sesame

No matter what beauty secrets India has to offer, I still have a thing for Oriental beauty rituals. And I’m not talking about Korean beauty here. I mean actual herbal remedies used by Asian women to take care of their skin. Washing your face with rice water to brighten the skin? Fixing your cracked heels with rice vinegar? Coconut milk for hair conditioning? All these and more delightful discoveries await you in Sesame’s blog!

Snowboarded and hurt my wrist. 😓 But t’was fun! 🏂

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