If you want to shift your beauty regime to being more natural, these are the five top natural beauty bloggers I recommend you follow.
They are a mix of global beauty-enthusiasts and self-made beauty entrepreneurs, who not only educate on makeup hacks and natural ingredients, they also reveal innovative new products and advocate for sustainability.
They are the gurus I go to for guidance on how to be more natural in my skincare and with my makeup routine, Whilst learning the values and importance of why being as natural as possible with beauty is so important.
They have taught me about the effect beauty can have on the environment and on our animals as well.
Featured in The New York Times, Allure, The LA Times, Cosmopolitan UK, and a host of vegan inspired publications world-wide, Sunny the founder of Vegan Beauty Review has lived an animal friendly lifestyle since 2000.
Based in LA, she is a vegan beauty junkie and has been blogging about it for several years now and has a monthly segment on KATU’s Afternoon Live with CBS, where she features her favourite vegan beauty products and lifestyle tips.
Though her blog does contain a heavy amount of advertorial content, such as banner ads and product marketing, her content is raw and transparent, when it comes to reviewing natural beauty products, which are mostly vegan and cruelty-free.
Sunny is well-informed when she writes and shares content about skincare and makeup brands from around the world, which are all vegan and cruelty-free, including a few unsuspecting luxury ones which are vegan too. She is educated on the benefits of key natural ingredients, explaining what they do and how they work in your daily routine. Especially on the types of ingredients needed in your routine during certain seasons of the year, like Winter.
Her laidback approach to sharing content with her audience can be appreciated, as she has a real way of connecting with you through the screen on ways you can approach life ethically towards animals and the planet.
The founder of this blog is a bit of a mystery, as she explain who she is, her name or any other information about herself and her history, except that she has a PhD in Biochemistry and Cell Biology and lives a holistic lifestyle in Amsterdam.
Her blogs are probably the most qualified on natural and organic beauty topics, with advice which is both down to earth and practical. And I love how clean and natural her blog is presented to match that which she delivers in her content, which is clean beauty that’s both natural and organic.
Oh, and I should definitely mention her Pinterest account. Her inspirational image posts of clean lines, stunning organic and natural beauty products and lifestyle hacks should be the envy of all.
As far as the science goes for sustainable and holistic living, Mademoiselle is where I go to stay up to date with the latest news on natural beauty. She provides the best recommendations for products which contain specific natural ingredients which work as a replacement for chemical ones, and yet provide the same results without the potential risks to your health or the planet.
Inga, from Sydney, the founder of Organic Beauty Blogger, is an ordinary girl who’s obsessed with natural beauty, followed by coffee, lavender and yoga. She’s a proud cat mumma who founded her blog in 2013 as a way of sharing her enthusiasm for all things natural and organic when it comes to beauty.
Her reviews on products are always subjective, but they are honest and true and you can’t judge her on that.
I was first attracted to Inga when I came across her Instagram page (add link here) a few years back whilst searching for some inspiration on ways to photograph beauty, and since then I have been hooked.
Though I’m an easy advocate for natural and organic skincare products and live by them as a rule, I do struggle with natural and organic makeup products like foundation and lipstick, as I can never seem to find a product which delivers, especially with lipsticks and eyeshadows.
That’s where Inga comes in. Her makeup recommendations are spot on when talking about the best lipsticks with good pigmentation and eyeshadows which last all day long – all made from organic ingredients.
This one was a new discovery for me. There is no about page, so we know nothing about the founder, the history of the blog or why it started, but I’m happy to have found it.
The blog creates content about organic makeup, whilst also sharing great tips and tutorials on ways to make the most of your productS. There are also some great blogs about ways to live a more organic lifestyle, which is an added bonus.
Do make sure you check out their Instagram page, which has over 170K followers mind you, as it’s a great way to access their content when you’re not in the mood for reading blogs and looking for some simple and quick makeup hacks. Founder of Organic Bunny sows us you can still access luxurious brands which are organic and natural too.
Oh, and did I mention they also share great blogs for organic beauty for men too. Bonus. This type of content can be really hard to find. The blogs talk about some of the best in men’s skincare where the ingredients are natural and good for them, but also delivery too.
This natural blog was founded by New Yorker Katie who is obsessed with natural and organic beauty since finding out about the dangers of lead content in lipsticks several years ago.
This is the site you want to go to when you’re looking to learn how to use natural makeup products.
For anyone who has attempted to make the transition to natural beauty makeup products, you’ll know it can be challenging to learn how to effectively use the products, so they last and deliver.
This is because a lot of the compounding agents used in eyeshadows for example, are lighter in natural beauty products, than that of mainstreams ones. Here you can learn how to make the products work for you.
Katie worked her way through the natural beauty blog channels by providing honest and very helpful tutorials on natural beauty, helping people understand it and why we should all be making the switch.
When she’s not blogging about beauty, Katie provides useful information on how you can start your own blog too, which I love.