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TikTok has obviously carved out a huge space for itself in fashion and beauty over the past year. With new viral challenges and trends popping up every day, it is clear that there is no shortage of talent on the social media platform. The fashion media industry has quickly noticed the growth of the predominantly Gen-Z platform, and while we've seen various headlines on TikTok users like Addison Rae and the D & # 39; Amelio sisters, it's important to acknowledge the black creators the app that has often been at the forefront of video trends that you scroll through on a daily basis.
As individuals, we may not be able to completely reform the industry as a whole, but it is equally important to give black creators a voice in the space we are in, especially in the world of fashion and beauty, in which the mainstream tends to move is white counterparts. Scroll the list ahead of time to find black creators who create all kinds of content that you can instantly follow and support.
Once you've checked out one of Bex's fascinating makeup tutorials, it's hard not to see all of them. Despite the fact that I struggled with even wearing mascara most days, Bex's videos inspire me to get a little more creative with my beauty routine.
We've featured Hodan on the web before to get a glimpse of her best frugal finds, but she takes frugal fashion and androgynous style to a whole new level. TikTok users think so too, as almost every one of their fashion videos appears to be going viral.
Bria makes a variety of videos, from relationship advice to beauty hacks, but she is best known for her review of fashion trends and content creation advice as a style switcher – all with her added humor in the mix.
Kiitan documents a large chunk of her style on TikTok with daily outfit videos, styling summaries, and tracking trending fashion challenges like # 30DaysofOutfits. She also shows off her traditional Nigerian clothing items.
Jackie Aina is already a powerhouse on YouTube, but her TikTok content is just as good. She posted soothing mini-vlogs of snippets of her day in 60 seconds, and my favorite series is her reviews, where she rates perfumes, luxury purchases, hairstyles, and more.
You can recognize Sofia as Gina Porter from High School Musical the series on Disney +, but just as entertaining to see on TikTok. She's also signed with IMG Worldwide and her content offers insights into her life in set and dance videos wearing cool Gen Z outfits that you'll want to copy.
Whitney's beauty tutorials don't really feel like you're looking at a tutorial, but rather art, especially when you see the end result. She uses soothing sounds and zooms into every part of her look and takes you through the whole process of her fun and radiant makeup.
I saw Rafiqah from her campaigns with Glossier, but she quickly moved on to TikTok to expand and try out different looks that look like they were created right away euphoria.
When I found Jazmine on my For You page, she was an immediate successor. Mainly focused on sustainable style, she offers secondhand picks and brands like Lisa Says Gah and Paloma Wool.
A simple five minute scroll through the page of Wisdom and you will be shocked at how much production he puts into his fashion content. From self-filmed runway shoots to videos working with Prada and Dior, he's made a name for himself in the world of high fashion.
Shahd does everything from YouTube videos to creating capsule collections with brands like ASOS. She's only recently joined TikTok but plans to release more and with her vibrant energy and cool girl style she makes an obvious following.