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14 Beauty Gift Ideas For The Aspiring Vlogger In Your Life

There must be someone in your life who loves YouTube tutorials and Instagram-ready makeup palettes

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The beauty sphere is an oversaturated beast. If it seems daunting, that's because it is! It's also jam-packed with beauty vloggers and influencers, like James Charles, who dominated YouTube in 2019. So chances are you have a person in your life hoping to hop on that runaway train and make it big. Perhaps a cousin who is always going live on Instagram while doing her makeup or a friend who keeps a running list in his Notes app of potential beauty content ideas. To give them the best start possible, I've compiled a comprehensive starter kit of beauty gift ideas that will entitle you to at least 5 percent of their future royalties.

From Rihanna's and Victoria Beckham's makeup to face masks that make for the perfect Instagram selfie to random items that no one really needs, but look great in the back of a YouTube tutorial, ahead, the 14 picks for the aspiring vloggers in your life.

Charlotte Tilbury, Hollywood Flawless Filter, $44, available at Sephora.

The best product for mixing in foundation, highlighting, wearing alone, slathering all over your body, etc. You don't think you need it until you have it.

Victoria Beckham. Lid Lustre, $36, available at Victoria Beckham.

A very luxurious lid-topper from Posh Spice herself.

Nurse Jamie, UpLift Facial Massaging Beauty Roller, $69, available at Nordstrom.

I'm still skeptical that face rollers actually accomplish anything, but they do look very nice on Instagram!

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, DRx SpectraLite FaceWare Pro, $435, available at Net-a-Porter.

A great option for those who love to take selfies while masking.

Youth to the People, Superberry Hydrate + Glow Dream Mask, $48, available at Sephora.

Yes, the beauty market is oversaturated with face masks, but this Allure "Best of Beauty" pick is too good to pass up.

Tom Ford, Shade and Illuminate, $88, available at Sephora.

This cream bronzer and highlight duo is insanely expensive, but also gorgeous. The perfect gift for someone who's spent months hesitating to pull the trigger on it (me).

Fenty Beauty, Glossy Posse Mini Gloss Bomb Set, $42, available at Sephora.

The Fenty glosses are some of the best out there, and Rihanna has blessed us with a kit featuring new, limited-edition shades.

Foreo, LUNA Mini 2, $139, available at Ulta.

A must-have skin-care gadget that digs deep to clean the skin without being too harsh.

Patrick Ta, Major Glow Setting Fan, $24, available at Sephora.

An extremely unnecessary and extra purchase for the beauty lover in your life who's constantly flailing their hands at their face to get products to dry.

Kylie Cosmetics, Blush, $18, available at Ulta.

A surprising pick for a beloved blush by beauty editors and influencers alike.

Slip, Set of 3 Scrunchies, $39, available at Net-a-Porter.

A delicate scrunchie to use while putting on makeup that won't damage your hair.

Diptyque, Baies scented candle, $65, available at Net-a-Porter.

The perfect candle to flaunt in the background of Instagram photos or YouTube videos.

Wander Beauty, Baggage Claim Gold Eye Masks, $25, available at Nordstrom.

Why wear normal eye patches when you can wear gold eye patches?

Natasha Denona, Metropolis Eyeshadow Palette, $129, available at Sephora.

Natasha Denona eyeshadow palettes are expensive but, also, very good.

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