Chicas you should follow on Instagram
Instagram is growing with new faces every second of the day and it has become the land of opportunity as fitness trainers, travelers, beauty gurus and more get to share their passions and talents. With the power of social media, individuals are able to grow a strong following and these followers are able to get the inspiration or information they're looking for. With the millions of accounts, we have made your search a little easier and picked 5 chicas you need to be following now:
Fashion: Daniela Ramirez (@nanysklozet)
When Daniela Ramirez couldn't find many fashion and beauty websites for Latinas her age, she set out to change that. With more than 150,000 followers on Instagram, the 27-year-old Venezuelan blogger living in Miami shares looks straight out of her closet.
Beauty: Kamila Bravo (@kamilabravo)
This Colombian makeup artist from Philadelphia has gained major popularity after her side bangs tutorial video went viral. Kamila Bravo has clocked up over 22,000 likes and received lots of publicity all over the world. Her 15-second tutorials are a breath of fresh air for those that want to learn beauty tricks quickly.
Fitness: Massy Arias (@massy.arias)
The bilingual trainer and health coach Massy Arias is taking over the fitness world with her 2 million followers. The Dominican Republic-born personal trainer shares all her posts in English and Spanish and recently launched an online 30-day fat loss challenge. Now there's fitspiration!
Travel: Andy Torres (@stylescrapbook)
Traveling has never looked so good and her 653,000 followers could definitely agree. We couldn't help but fall in love with Andy Torres' travel photos. The Mexican born blogger living in Amsterdam shares her adventures with a stylish approach. This chica makes us want to get on a plane as soon as possible.
Food: Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack (@muybuenocooking)
With inspiration from her late grandmother and her “legendary meals,” Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack from El Paso, Texas started her blog of recipes. With the success of the blog, this Mexican food-lover released two books— Muy Bueno and Latin Twist. Warning: Hunger will strike once you visit her page.
Health: Michelle Rivas (@healthylatina)
In 2012, Michelle Rivas decided to start a health blog to show Latinos that they can be healthy without losing their culture. With a degree in Health Communications, this healthy Latina is set out to make a big difference in the lives of others.