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8 Beauty Bloggers You Should Be Following


We’re pretty obsessed with beauty (in case you hadn’t noticed), so it’s safe to say we spend a lot of time with our noses pressed to the screens of our laptops, avidly watching our favourite bloggers share their beauty secrets.

To honour the ladies who fuel our beauty addiction through thick and thin, we’ve rounded up 8 of the top beauty bloggers in the UK. There are plenty who dabble in beauty blogging, but here are the beauty-istas who’ve built entire industries around their names, recommendations, fast and furious insider knowledge, and an unadulterated love of products.

Ladies, we salute you…

PixiWoo – Pixiwoo.com
Sister act and make-up artists Sam and Nic Chapman deliver video tutorials and posts demystifying all the beauty tricks used behind the scenes. Better still, these ladies have some serious experience in the beauty and make-up world, so if they say something’s a beauty hero, you know it truly is.


Lisa Eldridge Lisaeldridge.com
Make-up artist Lisa Eldridge works with everyone from red carpet A-listers to the creme-de-la-creme of beauty brands. Her video-based blog is THE destination for beauty tutorials and expert tips (plus she’s master of a fresh-faced make-up look).


Fleur de ForceFleurdeforce.com
Fleur fearlessly leaves no beauty stone unturned. We love her battle royale style reviews, all in a bid to find the definitive beauty champs, be it the next coveted cleansing balm or new miracle hair oil.


Estee LalondeEsteelalonde.com
Blogger and vlogger Estée gives some of the most thorough product reviews we’ve read. We’re talking every base covered and all categorised for your beauty convenience.


Ruth Crillyamodelrecommends.com
Fashion model Ruth Crilly has serious insider know-how. And with a modelling career, a masters and big-time beauty and parenting blogs all on the go, she also has a razor sharp eye for fail-safe beauty finds.


Caroline Hirons Carolinehirons.com
The Queen of all things skincare, from fighting issues like acne and milia to breaking down the ingredients in our favourite products, Caroline Hirons is your go-to for mastering every complexion woe under the sun.

One thing’s for sure, she sorts the good stuff from the fluff.


Really Ree Reallyree.com
If there’s a new way to contour your cheekbones, plump your pout or style your locks, Ree will know about it.


British Beauty BloggerBritishbeautyblogger.com
Offering up a dose of frank, honest reviews on the latest beauty product drops, Jane Cunningham is one to follow for colour swatches, videos and the pros and cons of most recent beauty launches.


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