16 Nigerian Fashion and Beauty Vloggers We Absolutely Love

March 28, 2016
Knowing where to buy clothes and cosmetics and learning how to apply makeup cost a lot of money. These vloggers teach us how easy it is to get our eyebrows on fleek, have a flawless foundation and get discounts for that Clarisonic facial brush.

1. Beauty by JJ

Jennie Jenkins has been in the Youtube vlogging game for four years and is a popular choice among brown skin girls. Her skill with the makeup brush is legendary.

2. Omabelle

Oma, the beautiful mother of twins shows that us that we can have imperfect skin and still achieve a more than perfect complexion with the application of makeup.

3. Glam by Isoken

Isoken Asemota is the beauty behind Glam by Isoken. Her tutorials are just everything. She’s a budding entrepreneur and founded Ijoselux Hair & Makeup and Puksies Wardrobe.

4. Patricia Bright

Patricia shares her fashion tips, hauls, outfit combinations, beauty and make up tips.

5. Shalom Blac

A burn survivor, Shalom Nchom uses her channel to inspire other burn victims.

6. Shirley B. Eniang

Shirley is Ghanian-Nigerian  blogger based in London. She shares her beauty bits along with lookbooks on her Youtube channel. She has a degree in Mathematics and has told her followers that she’d love to be a pilot.

7. Jackie Aina

Jackie Aina has a unique way of making everyone fall in love with her and makeup. She has a natural gift of teaching makeup to newbies.

8. Ajay’s Glam

Ajoke Omole is an online creator, beauty blogger and makeup artist. Her Youtube channel is a beautiful eclectic mix of different things; from makeup tutorials to fashion and beauty to advice on real life problems.

9. That Igbo Chick

Chidinma Umeh is a self-taught makeup artist. Her ankara inspired looks are a must-watch. She also makes learning makeup application a breeze.

10. Omoge Mura

One of the few vloggers actually based in Nigeria, Deola Adebiyi gives indepth reviews on makeup items, as well as Nigerian beauty stores and sites where you can get your beauty fix.

11. Woman in the Jungle

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Wunmi Akinlagun is the chocolate-skinned beauty behind the Woman in the Jungle. She certainly doesn’t shy away from bright colours and proves that they really do suit any kind of skin.

12. Aymone Girl

Marlene Aymone created her channel to promote her hair line, Marlene-Aymone, lash line, Lena Lashes and clothing store, Nasty Generation.

13. Uwani Aliyu

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Uwani Aliyu is an 18 year old whose channel comes to life for her bold makeup looks.

14. Lola OJ

Lola OJ is the MD of Blinx Lashes and all round beauty enthusiast. She shares tips from how to acheive her signature nude lips to how to do makeup that is just perfect for the Nigerian weather condition.

15. Misz Posh

Linda Chukwuka is  a pro makeup artist who knows how to create stunning looks that has viewers glued to her channel.

16. Peakmill

Khadijat‘s makeup tips are lifesavers. She also makes beautiful custom-made wigs. Featured image via Omabelle.
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