20 Latina Makeup YouTubers Representing Brown Girl Beauty
Makeup tutorials have been around since the start of the Internet, but we are now living in the golden age of YouTube, where any skill or new technique can be quickly looked up and learned. Even better, makeup vlogs by women of color are starting to come into the mainstream, and with them, the products and techniques that complement our skin tones.
These 20 Latina YouTubers are doing everything from basics to costume makeup and doing it right.
1. Belinda Selene
Credit: YouTube. @BelindaSelene
Belinda Selene has been vlogging for over six years, building a following of more than half a million subscribers. She covers everything from makeup tutorials to home organization on her channel. She also vlogs in Spanish on her sister channel LindaBelinda.
Credit: YouTube. @AuroraAmorPorElMaquillaje
Aurora does hair and makeup tutorials with a fun Mexican flair.
3. Leslie Alvarado
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Leslie Alvarado is a 25 year old student in LA who vlogs on the side. We love her approachable, easy style and also how she explains her techniques to “teach people easy, basic beauty”.
4. Sarahy Delarosa
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Sarahy Delarosa’s videos are not for beginners- girl knows her way around a contour palette. But even if you’re not on this level, they are super fun to watch.
Credit: YouTube. @BeautyyBird
Peppy and upbeat, Beauty Bird (aka Yasmin) teaches everything from hair styling to how to do your makeup last minute with only products from the drug store.
6. Desi Perkins
Credit: YouTube. @DesiPerkins
Mexican-American makeup artist and vlogger Desi Perkins is on fire. Desi has over 2 million followers as well as a newly launched makeup line of her own. It even got a shout out on Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
7. Mirella Belle
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We love a girl who’s not afraid to talk about her less-than-flawless skin. Mirella keeps it real with honest and informative videos, and also has some really cool tricks up her sleeve.
8. Daisy Marquez
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Daisy Marquez is a 19 year old self-taught makeup artist and student. About a year ago, she took a break from her usual videos to post this emotional defense of DACA, and talked about her own experience being undocumented in the US. She is certainly brave AF.
9. Monica Style Muse
Credit: YouTube. @MonicaStyleMuse
Afro Latinx visibility has never been more important, and beauty bloggers like Monica Style Muse are highlighting a drastic gap in the cosmetic industry for girls with darker skin tones. Monica embraces her Latinidad on her channel in a fun, upbeat way, while also demoing awesome looks for Afro Latinx skin.
10. Miryam Diaz
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Miryam Diaz, aka Makeup Amor vlogs in English and Espanol, serving fierce looks up for her multi cultural audience.
11. Latina Beauty
Credit: YouTube. @LatinaBeauty
Maria Lopez Garcia takes a, well, *smokey* approach to her videos, but her makeup tips and jokes are also on point.
12. Laura Sanchez
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Laura Sanchez is ruling queen of the Spanish Language MUA YouTubers, with good reason. Her videos are colorful, diverse, and also get tons of views.
13. Dulce Candy
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LA-based beauty blogger Dulce keeps it real with vlogs about everything from her favorite palettes to her journey with infertility.
14. Kathleen Lights
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Kathleen Lights is one of YouTube’s most popular MUA’s, thanks to her friendly style, easy to follow tutorials and fun personality.
15. Lora Arellano
Credit: YouTube. @LoraArellano
Costume makeup just in time for Halloween? Si por favor. Lora Arellano brings the witchy looks and more in her amazing videos.
Credit: YouTube. @Irishcel507
Iris keeps it funny and real with a mix of beauty and lifestyle vlogs, while including updates her own recovery journey from addiction.
17. Rosita Applebum
Credit: YouTube. @RositaApplebum
Florida-based vlogger Rosita Applebaum is back after a hiatus and big changes in her personal life. We love her honest and upbeat vibe, and also her tutorials are super easy to follow.
18. Camila Coelho
Credit: YouTube. @MakeUpByCamila2.
Camila is a fierce makeup artist who doubles down on her content on a Spanish language channel.
Credit: YouTube. @chrisspy
Chrisspy’s dramatic costume makeup looks are nothing short of works of art, and her every day beauty tutorials are pretty awesome too.
20. Pero Like
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Pero Like isn’t actually a makeup channel- they cover Latinx culture with hilarious videos like “If the Real Housewives were Dominican”. But we loooove this video in which Claudia does her New Year’s Eve makeup using only products from Latina-owned beauty companies.
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