Nigerian Beauty Influencers – Top List You Should Look Out For
Sit down Kylje and Kendal, we’ve got these Nigerian Beauty Influencers and Nigerian beauty bloggers to learn from… all the addictive beauty, lifestyle and fashion moves we need to look posh.
Beauty is part of the everyday stuff of our life. And because we need a lil push here and there, to make the right decision and to learn and see the world from the eyes of people who have “been there done did it”, we need us some inspo.
And because social media is a go-to place for content, a hangout spot for many, and a class for ready-to-learn students, these beauty influencers found a way to lecture us on how to and how not to..
So, sitting down all the international beauty influencers and paying attention to IG beauty influencers from Nigeria, these are our muse, the top Nigerian beauty influencers you should learn a thing or two from.
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Kicking off the number one list with Jackie Aina, this Instagram beauty influencer from Nigeria is a lover of all things litty. From lifestyle to fashion, she’s to be likened to Kefilwe Mabote of South Africa, and 1.4 million followers to prove her point.
This 32-year-old makeup freek, and the 2018 winner of the NAACP Image Award for “YouTuber of the Year”, with a brag of 229 million views is worth $600,000 off her career and proves she’s really big in her choice of career.
About her routine skincare which could be done regardless of the time of the day, this was what she shared on a The Work Diary of Jackie Aina, Beauty Influencer on the New York Times
“Get home and start my 30-minute skin care routine. No matter how tired I am, I always thoroughly remove my makeup, cleanse my skin and brush my teeth.”
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The second on the top Nigerian beauty influencers list is Peak Mill whose IG page is about her hair extensions and of course, a bit of her beauty and lifestyle tips (as on of the lifestyle influencers in Nigeria)
“How you carry yourself and your true personality. It’s great to look ‘done’ on the outside, but if you aren’t a good person what does that truly mean?”
Peak “Kadijhat” Mill boasts of a 700k + IG followers due to her beauty, makeup, hair extension, lifestyle contents, and her YouTube channel sees on average, more than 72 million views.
Starting out as a rookie to plunge into beauty reviews can be haunting, so to learn how this top Nigerian beauty influencer handles her business and stay true to a comfortable lifestyle, click here to read her interview with essence magazine.
Patricia Bright, sitting right on the number 3 spot of our top Nigerian Beauty Influencers and one of the top Nigerian brand influencers to look out for.
We both know that a 1.1 million IG followers is no joke, but Patricia Bright whose main content focuses on Instagram and YouTube is about her beauty and lifestyle, how her dark melanin body bangs off the walls of glam and litty.
In time for business, she reviews and advertises beauty products, from skincare to designer perfumes.
Having worked with lifestyle stars like Khloe Kardashian and brands like MAC, Too Faced, Kylie, and Fenty Beauty, and proving herself with a 1.1 million IG followers, more than 2. 6 YouTube followers and millions of YouTube views and a $600k stack of wealth, she’s gone ahead to bag the most Innovative Fashion Video’ award by InStyle, one of the leading styles, beauty, and fashion brands.
Lola Maja-Okojevoh is unapologetically sitting on the number 4 spot of our top Nigerian Beauty Influencers.
With a follower count of 325k beauty and lifestyle lovers, she’s one whose works have been identified on some beauty freaks like Genevieve Nnaji and Tiwa Savage.
Working with fashion magazines, such as Style Mania and FAB, as well as models like Iman and Tyson Beckford and bagging 2015 Best Make-up” Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award is just another way to prove she’s a beauty influencer to watch.
One of the noteworthy career moves she made was to ditch continuing college to follow her dream to take the role as the makeup artist of the original team to launch Iman Cosmetics at their flagship counter in London in 1997, after having worked as a make-up artist right from age 14.
This propelled her to launch her Lashes range, “Sacred Lashes”, in 2010.
“The line was started mainly to provide high quality products for make-up students and other makeup artistes in Nigeria, but the clients loved them a lot, that the company decided to start retailing them in boutiques and on the internet. The brand eventually grew to have a wide range of items” – Her Wikipedia page.
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From making us green and purple with her litty natural hair, and having peng melanin popping skin and a shape to die for, we agree, she’s a full beauty spec and this proves her spot on the beauty world, more than her 70k plus IG followers would.
The one of the top Nigerian beauty influencers shares her hair and beauty vlog time learning and perfecting her violin skills.
We don’t hope to cut the light here but these spotted Nigerian beauty influencers make our list of social media beauty, lifestyle and fashion influencers we should all pay attention to, if beauty and lifestyle is your thing.