YouTube can be a big, scary place but trust us when we say there is really something for everyone. If you don’t want to watch a suburban teenager in too much makeup show you what she bought at the mall this week, we’ve got you covered. Here’s our guide to the 8 best YouTube channels to follow for fashion, beauty, and beyond.
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Fashion: Chriselle Lim
High-fashion and YouTube in a symbiotic relationship? Chriselle Lim makes it happen. The blogger and YouTuber is often spotted front row at NYFW but her lookbooks and tutorials are full of accessible yet editorial-worthy outfit ideas. Photo: @chrisellelim
Fashion: Clothes Encounters
Part vlog and part lookbook, Jenn Im’s outfit diaries feature on-trend, seasonal inspiration with helpful annotations to show you where to shop each look. Photo: @imjennim
Beauty: Lisa Eldridge
Lisa Eldridge’s work has graced magazine covers worldwide and she has decorated the faces of everyone from Alexa Chung to Cara Delevigne. The British makeup artist’s beauty tutorials show you how to get the A-List looks and professional primping skills (watch out for celeb cameos!). Photo: @lisaeldridgemakeup
Beauty: Miss Maven Dot Com
Get the perfect smoky eye, learn how to contour, and replicate the latest red carpet-inspired makeup look with easy-to-follow tutorials from the beautiful Teni Pension.
Blogger Geri Hirsh is really good at life—and you will be too after watching her channel. LEAFtv (which stands for all the things we love: Living, Eating, and Fashion) shows you how to do everything from making the perfect avocado toast to organizing your closet.
Beyond: Mr Kate
Kate Albrecht is the ultimate craft maven. Armed with a hot glue gun and her infectiously fun personality, she puts her unique spin on home decor, at-home beauty, and fashion-forward DIYs. Photo: @mrkatedotcom
Beyond: The Most Popular Girls
The hilarious and long-running (3 years and 4 seasons!) stop motion series is proof that playing with Barbies is, in fact, still fun. The over-the-top and laugh-out-loud doll soap opera is Mattel meets Mean Girls. Photo: @thetrishashow
Beyond: It's Kingsley B*!^h
Kingsley is the face that launched a thousand GIFs and it's impossible not to love the animated comedian. His pop culture commentary “Talko Tuesdays” is akin to having your funniest friend break down Us Weekly. Photo: @kingsleyyy