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Forget Mr Tumble, nothing can hold a child’s attention quite like a YouTube vid of a person unveiling that little yellow egg inside a Kinder Surprise. Clearly, there is something in this whole unwrapping-by-proxy thing, but what is it that children find so enthralling?
YouTuber Megan Michell usually does your typical beauty tutorial videos, from pretty summery eye looks to vampy glam ones.
London Fashion Week 2016 is taking place from 16th to 20th September, and if you can’t be there yourself, the next best thing is to follow the action via YouTube’s top fashion vloggers. Aside from her bestselling lifestyle books and cosmetics line, Tanya’s also got a keen eye for fashion.
Snooks said that shes filming these “skin diaries” to “get rid of some of the bad stigma around this medicine and show the reality instead of horror stories. From the very first video, Snooks details her reactions to the medication through the highs and lows, and it gets pretty emotional at points. What do you think of Snooks’ ‘skin diaries’?
Forty-year-old London resident Andrea Pellegrini has a YouTube portal dedicated to makeup tutorials — but her channel, Baldly Beautiful, isn’t about cat liner tips and new beauty finds. Her videos tackle beauty issues cancer patients face, from dealing with pale skin and watering eyes to going bald. Pellegrini, a makeup artist who was diagnosed with breast cancer in September 2014 and launched Baldly Beautiful in February 2015, told the Daily Mail, “It definitely helped me get through chemo; it was something to focus on and it helped the whole family as they all got involved.” It’s a family project: Her 15-year-old daughter, Emily, edits the videos, and her husband was the one who encouraged her to share her makeup expertise with others.
Karlie Kloss Launches Klossy, a YouTube Channel Karlie Kloss has nearly 3 million Instagram followers, a widely-followed Snapchat account, and thousands of Twitter followers. From there, things took a turn from typical midwest teenager to sought after 16-year-old by the likes of Donatella Versace, Oscar de la Renta, and Marc Jacobs.