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The girl bosses of Youtube that you need to subscribe to

Bloggers and Vloggers are consistently going from strength to strength so it’s no wonder that many Youtubers are considered as ultimate girl bosses. Lateefah shares some of her favourites in this weeks piece and why you should be subscribed to these inspiring channels…

Annie Drea
Annie Drea is all about empowering young girls to feel great about themselves and if you are subscribed to her channel already I am not telling you anything new. She uses her Vlogs to humour us the viewers, as she takes us on her random escapades around London. From going shopping with her sister to attending blogger event. Annie Drea takes us with her everywhere she goes. Her quirky personality and ability to say it how it is will make any twenty-something female die of laughter!


My Pale Skin
Em Ford also known as My Pale Skin came to everyone’s attention when she received horrible backlash for her acne cover up videos. Since then Em has gone from strength to strength working with various brands and making sure her viewers learn how to love their imperfections.

I used to just watch Estare’s Channel for her hair tutorials. So when I started seeing Estare Vlog I was sceptical, but guys I was wrong and so are you if you haven’t subscribed to her channel. Estare takes her viewers on her hectic journeys across London, yet she still makes time to attend blogger events, care for overly cute son and go on her weekly cinema date with BFF Olu. Can you say super woman!


Tanya Burr
I am sure Tanya Burr needs no introduction. Tanya works with some amazing brands and goes to some pretty cool places and still manages to do her bit for Charity. Tanya’s vlogs feature everything from her journeys across the world to her random shopping trips and dinner dates with friends.

Grace F Victory
She calls herself the Internet’s big sister and after watching some of her videos and seeing her positive twitter posts I understand why. Grace’s videos are a mixture of fashion look books, get ready with me’s and advice videos. At the age of twenty-six Grace has starred in two BBC Three Documentaries and continues to promote self-love and worth to her female audience. What’s not to love?

Words by Lateefah Jean-Baptiste


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