Top 5 Latina Bloggers You Must Follow: Allison Olivia and Salsa Pie Top List
Here is a list of the most popular, worth following online voices that are colorfully and flavorfully accented with Latin influences. These blogueras certainly won't disappoint you, as they offer exceptional daily advices and information through their creativity and unique individual style.
Hailing from Los Angeles, Dulce Tejada offers numerous how-tos, style reviews, and haul videos on her blog. She also shares her OOTD (outfit of the day), and gives fashion advice by informing which stores she has purchased her clothing items from and what brands she is wearing, especially for those who wish to mimic her trendy look. With approximately 150 million YouTube views and 740,000 subscribers, the fashionista guideline site was ranked number one on the Top Ten Best Latina Beauty Blogs list in Latina magazine.
Do you love writing? Are you a passionate reader? If that's the case, consider following Natalia Sylvester, a Peruvian writer who resides in Texas. She lives by the motto, "finding the truth through fiction," and her blog is full of book reviews, advice for aspiring writers, as well as her personal struggles as a writer herself. Also, she is the winner of the 2013 Top Ten Blog for Book Lovers award and writes for The Debutante Ball, which is a blog for debut authors. Sylvester's first novel, "Chasing the Sun" is scheduled for a release in May 2014, and she previously mentioned in her blog post: "Seeing the words I'd previously only seen as a word doc transformed into a book -- that's a moment I wont ever forget."
Created by Caroline Urdaneta in 2009, the Internet space boasts its clean design and simple layout. She originally started Salsa Pie to help her four children develop an innovative mind. Urdaneta creates arts and crafts projects for children, and her successful blog led her to provide contents for different family and lifestyle magazines and websites, as well as to host a weekly "Crafts for Kids" video series for PBS.
Allison Olivia is a Mexican girl from Los Angeles, currently dwelling in Paris. As she undergoes a quite intense pastry curriculum in France, the witty blogger shares recipes of Tacos Secos and Ricotta Cheesecake, as well as nice photographs of the macaroons she makes with a following caption, "Thoughts: Shitty Cookies." She also posts home décor and travel ideas and her own random life thoughts.
Brenda Bird has literally combined her craft and graphic design with love and family. The Peruvian wife and mom living in Utah blogs DIY projects, tutorials and tips for design. She also has a Facebook page where she offers additional information, and her creations are also available for purchase on Etsy.