6 Blogs Offering Beauty And Style Tips
From skincare to hair, clothing, accessories, and diet, there are many elements that go into a healthy, winning style. If you're not sure where to look among the many lifestyle resources that exist today, or if you're seeking new beauty advice, the blogs included here will have you covered with a range of accessible, helpful tips and ideas. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
6 Helpful Style and Beauty Blogs
|Blog||Blogger||What It Offers|
|Hello Gorgeous||Angela Lanter||Provides fashion, beauty, and lifestyle tips, with the aim of helping all women feel and look their best inside and out|
|Organically Becca||Becca Tetzlaff||Seeks to spread awareness of green beauty, clean living, and sustainability|
|Stylefullness||Sonja Sorvola||Offers tips on trends and skincare, plus beauty and travel advice and healthy recipe ideas|
|Inthefrow||Victoria Magrath||Covers fashion, beauty, travel, and interior design|
|Not Dressed As Lamb||Catherine Summers||Encourages women of all ages to ditch notions of “age-appropriate” dressing, focusing on personal style, high street picks, fitness, and issues of aging and health|
|fanserviced-b||Tracy E. Robey||Provides Korean beauty product reviews, skincare routines, and shopping resources|
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Companies That Sell Cruelty-Free Beauty Products
|Name||What It Offers|
|LEMONHEAD.LA||Offers certified vegan adult glitter and gels, designed and handcrafted by Los Angeles makeup artists|
|Poppy Austin||Creates premium hair and skin products, preventing signs of aging by using only the finest, most ethically sourced cosmetics|
|Maple Holistics||Provides a natural, holistic range of premium products which can enhance hygiene, health, and daily living, including therapeutic shampoos and conditioners, facial masks, and essential oils|
|Dr.Lipp||Makes a multi-use balm containing just one ingredient: 100% medical-grade lanolin from free-roaming Australian sheep wool|
|OROGOLD Cosmetics||Specially infuses each one of its products with 24K gold, creating makeup and skincare that's cruelty- and paraben-free|
|Briogeo||Creates haircare using natural oils, vitamins, and antioxidants to address immediate concerns and build the foundation for long-term healthy, nourished, and beautiful hair|
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Beauty and style can be very overwhelming to the average person. The amount of different items out there from hair care, to skin care, to makeup, and fashion, and trying to figure out what will work for you and your body can be daunting. In no particular order, here are 6 blogs that offer incredibly helpful and easy to follow beauty and style tips.
First up at #1 is "Hello Gorgeous" by Angela Lanter. A long time lover of all things beauty, Lanter launched "Hello Gorgeous" in February of 2013, and her YouTube channel later that year. By providing her readers with fashion, beauty and lifestyle tips, she hopes to help each woman feel and look her best inside and out.
Lanter has been the go-to for beauty authorities such as Vanity Fair, Total Beauty, People StyleWatch, and more, with extensive brand partnerships under her belt. Blogs and video tutorials include "How to: DIY Gel Manicure" and "How to: Perfect Salon Blowout at Home." Along with her blog and YouTube channel, she has created the podcast "Hello Baby" with her husband, where they discuss their journey into first-time parenthood.
Lanter has been the go-to for beauty authorities such as Vanity Fair, Total Beauty, People StyleWatch, and more, with extensive brand partnerships under her belt.
Next up at #2 is Organically Becca, a blogger, podcaster, wife, and dog mom from Milwaukee who is passionate about clean beauty, natural skincare, sustainable living, and holistic health. Becca wants guests to her blog to be more aware of what they're consuming and using to make more positive changes in their lives.
Becca created the Clean Beauty 101 eBook, a helpful guide to learn more about how you can make the switch to using natural products, without the stress. It's a 33-page book that has all the info you need to become a clean beauty guru. It also includes a glossary of ingredients to avoid that you can keep on hand.
Coming in at #3 is Stylefullness, launched in 2017 by Sonja Sorvola, a Scandinavian actor, costume designer and stylist. Fashion has always been one of Sorvola's passions but it wasn't until 2016 that it became a part of her job. Stylefullness not only offers fashion tips, but beauty and travel advice, as well as healthy recipe ideas.
Fashion has always been one of Sorvola's passions but it wasn't until 2016 that it became a part of her job.
Sorvola's personal style blog was launched to expand her work to a wider audience. In an era when people are overpowered by a constant flood of information, her goal is to make sure readers leave with knowledge that can be utilized in everyday life. She believes that style comes from a creative mind, not a thick wallet.
And at #4 is Inthefrow, established in 2012. With a PhD in fashion, a best-selling book, "The New Fashion Rules," and ambassadorships with Dyson Hair, Armani Beauty, and Dior Makeup, Victoria is the lady behind this multi award-winning style, travel, and beauty blog. Within its first six months, Inthefrow won the Company Magazine Best Newcomer Blog Award.
Victoria shared her engagement and wedding in August 2019 with millions of people online. But since buying her first home with new husband Alex in mid-2019, Victoria's attention has moved into interiors too, launching a home Instagram account while vlogging her daily life and renovations on her YouTube channel.
Victoria shared her engagement and wedding in August 2019 with millions of people online.
Next at #5 is Not Dressed As Lamb, founded by Catherine Summers. Not Dressed As Lamb started as a way for Summers to document her style leading up to her 40s, but it soon grew, and now she blogs full-time and has readers all over the world. The goal of the blog is to encourage women of all ages to ditch the notions of age-appropriate dressing.
Not Dressed As Lamb, established in 2011, not only covers personal style and fashion, but also health and beauty, positive body image, the ageing process and being over 40, blog photography, and better blogging tips. Summers has been featured in the Sunday Times Style magazine and Who What Wear multiple times.
Last on the list at #6 is fanserviced-b, started in 2014 by Tracy E. Robey, who offers Korean beauty reviews, skincare routines, and shopping resources. The blog is independent, meaning that it's not created by a shop or brand to market any beauty items. Blogs are mostly written about skincare with some makeup, hair care, and body care included, as well.
The blog is independent, meaning that it's not created by a shop or brand to market any beauty items.
Robey has suffered from hormonal cystic acne throughout her 30s and in the blog includes the routine that has drastically helped her skin. Fanserviced-b also offers helpful resources including how to shop for Kbeauty items online, South Korea vs. US ingredient list differences, and how to authenticate some Korean beauty items.