In the world of blogging, it’s not enough to have a loyal fanbase – blogs of all types should always be growing and and attracting new readers. This week, we’re taking a look at ten beauty blogs that have shown considerable growth over the past thirty days.
2. Anna Savanna
Blogger Anna Kemp takes the number two spot after seeing 59% percent growth over the past month. This small, personal lifestyle and beauty blog offers a variety of content with a personal touch, sharing photos of trips, meals and the blogger’s favorite beauty products
Yet another nail-focused blog takes a top spot. Nail That Accent saw 37% growth over the past thirty days. This regularly updated blog’s subhead touts that it’s “devoted to beauty addicts everywhere,” offering a plethora of giveaways, reviews, tips and tutorials for nails and other kinds of beauty products.
Pretty in Pigment blogger Sahily has an absolutely radiant personality and it shows in every aspect of her blog. With a solid 34% growth, Sahily is definitely one to watch. Pretty in Pigment offers an eclectic mix of style how-to’s, beauty tips and giveaways that resonate with her audience of fun fashionistas.
Kristy C lays it all out with the spot-on title of her blog My Glittery Obsession. Using a mix of video posts and content reviews, this Canadian makeup blogger offers readers exactly what she promises and does so with a solid growth of 32% this month.
At 28% growth, Saving Everyday with Sonya K may be the last blog on our list but it’s definitely no indicator of a lack of success. As a wife and mother of two, Sonya’s blog isn’t strictly beauty-based. Sonya shares her very practical and fashionable saving tips to keep you looking your absolute best.
The competition is tough and readers have more choices than ever of where to spend their time browsing. However, with the right combination of content, aesthetics and originality things could pick up rather quickly. Stay tuned for our upcoming Trending lists as we cover topics in Beauty, Fashion, and Lifestyle to determine just who is getting it right.