Beauty Blogs Worth Bookmarking #2
After the great response I got after last months BBWB (see what I did there?) I decided to have a go at making it a more regular thing. I love finding new blogs to read and it's great to be able to share some of my favourites with you too. Since I spread the love to the first batch of blogs that I check out daily (find that post here) I've come across some other brilliant reads that I can't seem to get enough of.
One of the newest reads to grace my bloglovin home screen is Rotten Otter, a beauty (and occasionally lifestyle) blog written by Katy. Y'all know that I'm something of a skincare freak and flicking back through the archives of RO has kept me entertained for hours, with pages full of non-stop beauty goodness. Katy's blog is incredibly easy to navigate around too which is a definite bonus for me and she has a nail polish collection to die for.
If it's hauls and reviews you're after, Sam's got your back - the self-confessed beauty junkie blogs over at A Model in London. Her blog is my go-to when I'm looking to try something new and am after an honest review. She's given me some great product recommendations in the past too which has made me respect her opinion even more. After all, if you can't trust a model when it comes to all things beauty then who can you trust?!
Although Dannii has only recently started on the beauty blogging circuit, whaticallbeautiful has managed to creep it's way up into the list of blogs that I check out on the daily. Her posts are in depth, informative and come combined with some beautiful blog photography. She has a MAC lippie collection that I'm extremely envious of and she's a fellow Bumble & Bumble addict. Need I say more...?
Speaking of blog photography, RosyChicc is a great one to check out if you're into reads that are aesthetically pleasing. Often discussing products that are yet to make it big in the blogosphere, I especially love her nail polish reviews and swatches. I'm a fan of bloggers who take the time to reply to comments on their posts too; something that Andrea does without fail. A big thumbs up from me!