We learn the best beauty tips and tricks from our favourite YouTubers that’s why we can’t get enough of watching them. That said, these days it's all about K-Beauty, so we scoured the depths of YouTube for the best people to subscribe to if you want good pieces of K-skincare advice. Ahead, a run-down of all the best K-Beauty vloggers your should follow.
The Beauty Breakdown
TheBeautyBreakdown is run by Morgan Stewart (who, if you may not know, was with us during our Clozette Style Party in 2016). She does first impression reviews, as well as in-depth reviews about strange or unique products as well as new launches from Korea. The K-Beauty vlogger also researches and breaks down — we see what you did there, Morgan — the ingredients of the products she reviews to understand their claims and benefits better.
Like most K-Beauty vloggers, Liah usually gives reviews and recommendations on Korean skincare and makeup. But not only that, she also does how-to videos for skincare as well as specific reviews and recommendations for different skin problems. With her many years of trying and testing out what works and what doesn't, Liah has accumulated enough experience and knowledge to launch her own skincare line, Krave.
Aside from the usual reviews, Joan also gives recommendations on where to get coveted Korean beauty products. She lives in Seoul, so she gets first dibs on what's new and hip in Korean beauty. So if you're a K-Beauty aficionado who wants to be first to know the latest, definitely subscribe to Joan.
Renée describes herself as a “skinthusiast." With a background in the beauty industry as a buyer as well as a stint in product development, Renée knows skincare and makeup like the back of her hand. Because of this, the K-Beauty vlogger gives reliable recommendations and great tips, too. Plus, she's a skincare purist, in that she doesn't get hyped over marketing tactics and really reviews products according to what's in them.