Check out 5 inspiring beauty gurus on Youtube
YouTube is a platform to express yourself and convey the message to the World which is why this video platform has become an essential medium for people with various disabilities to share their experiences and struggles.
Team AAW tells you about the five makeup bloggers/vloggers who are proving that a disability doesn’t stop you from being beautiful . They are helping make disability more visible in the beauty world, along with giving us some awesome tutorials and product reviews:
- Jordan Bone
At the age of 15 she got paralyzed due to which she was unable to open and close her hands. She had no control over her fingers. She struggled for ten years but finally learnt to do makeup and started her youtube channel. She always ask her followers to believe in themselves. Jordan uploads makeup tutorials, food, spirituality, fashion and positivity videos. Doing makeup using mouth is unique and difficult, we salute her.
- Lizzie Velasquez
She was titled as World’s skinniest women in 2006. Lizzie is a motivational speaker, author of Dare to be kind, and a YouTuber. She is suffering from a rare congenital disease called as Marfohoid-Progeroid-Lipodystrophy syndrome due to which she cannot gain weight. She has 766,964 subscribers with whom she shares lifestyle and beauty videos. Even after being called the ugliest women she maintained her confidence and gain fame.
- Kaitlyn Dobrow
Kaitlyn Dobrow is a beauty blogger from Southern California. At the age of 19 years, she lost her four limbs and half skin to bacterial meningitis. Even after 3 years and 20 operations she refused to let go of her passions and learned to apply makeup using prosthetics. She shares makeup tutorials and day to day life videos. Despite all the problems, she remained strong and determined.
- Marimar Quiora
Earlier she was afraid to go out but now she is a makeup blogger and Zumba instructor. Born with a facial tumor which grows as the child does, she received a lot of negativity and trolls. Marimar strongly believes that beauty means to accept yourself for who you are, and to ignore what other people tell you.Her YouTube channel is named as “Gorda 66”, where she shares makeup tutorials and sign language communication videos. She has gained 271,681 subscribers with over 9 million views on her videos. We appreciate her confidence and talent
- Lucy Edwards
She is suffering from Incontinentia Pigmenti due to which she lost her right sight at 11 years and left sight at 17 years of age. She developed her beauty routine with the help of her sister Alice and memorised the key points on her face and the techniques required, Now she demonstrates to other visually impaired how to create a flawless beauty look without the assistance of a friend or a mirror. We love the way she is making people beautiful, despite not having vision.