TikTok has truly taken the place of Vine in terms of giving all of us viral snackable videos. The app has gotten so big recently that celebrities and brands are starting to use it for reach. Rihanna even opened a dedicated TikTok house for Fenty Beauty’s new content creators.
If you’re new to the platform or simply looking for new accounts to follow, there are several talented and funny ladies on the platform. Some also post style tips and beauty tutorials on TikTok, so you get more out of short videos unlike the longer vlogs on YouTube. (Don’t get us wrong, we still love YouTube.)
See our list of TikTokers below and follow them:
You might know Brittany Broski as “kombucha girl.” If you found that video funny and want to see more for laughs, then you should follow her on TikTok.
Yes, our self-love queen is on TikTok. Here, you’ll see Lizzo singing and dancing, as well as some BTS before her live performances. Recently, she also called out TikTok for body shaming and taking down some of her videos. “TikTok keeps taking down my videos with me in my bathing suits. But allows other videos with girls in bathing suits. I wonder why? TikTok… we need to talk,” wrote Lizzo in one of her videos.
If you can’t get enough of Ylona Garcia‘s singing and bubbly personality, go follow her TikTok account. She also shares videos of fans lip-syncing her songs. We love a supportive young woman.
Popularly known as “your rich mom,” blogger Chriselle Lim shares her love for fashion on TikTok through humor. Most of her videos start with “Hi, it’s me, your rich mom. I don’t know why you guys think I’m rich” then proceeds to show all her designer items. She honestly reminds us of the mom in “Parasite.”
Paige Layle made headlines recently for her four-part explainer on having autism and why it can be offensive to call someone “high-functioning.” She told Buzzfeed that she made the TikTok videos because she was frustrated at people who thought she didn’t have autism based on how she acted. Aside from these, she also does funny videos and reactions to topics like relationships, pronouns and homophobia.
Brittany Xavier often uses TikTok to give style tips and share her current beauty favorites. Recently, she made a video about how to use hand sanitizer and protecting yourself from COVID-19.
Also known as Anna, Glitterandlazers is a plus-size TikToker who’s looking to spread positivity through her fashion, fitness and beauty videos. It’s truly an account reminding everyone to love and accept their bodies.