1. Tanya Burr
I found out about Tanya Burr via one of my favourite comedy youtubers (yes, I am on YouTube a lot) Grace Helbig. And, ever since, she has become my absolute favourite makeup artist to watch online.
2. Lilith Moon
This woman's hair tutorials put most on the internet to shame. I even asked for (and received!) her infamous bendy foam rollers that she uses in many of her tutorials. I found her when I was researching 1930s hairstyles for Get Happy (see video below), and became an instant subscriber.
3. Rachel Talbott
Rachel is a little bit of all things beauty...some of her videos are makeup, some are hair, many of them focus on skin care...but she also throws in fashion and random stuff. For some reason, I sorta got hooked on her channel, and (creepily) enjoy her 'watch me get ready' videos the most...
4. Kate Bryan from The Small Things Blog
Kate does more than just hair videos, but her hair how-tos are what she is known for. She is mostly a blogger over at www.thesmallthingsblog.com, but I can't help but enjoy her very doable, everyday hair videos, too.
5. Michelle Phan
Michelle is one of the most watched YouTubers of all time. I think that is why I went to check her out...to see what the fuss was all about. Usually, when it is something like "fuss" that takes me to a channel, I just as quickly leave the channel, but Michelle's videos captured me. She is a beautiful visual artist, and I love how her artistry gets transferred into her makeup/fashion/videos.