Ones To Watch: 6 Up & Coming Irish Bloggers You Should Definitely Be Following

Hot on the tail of blogging supremos like Suzanne Jackson, Joanne Larby and Pippa O'Connor, these rising online stars are set to make some serious waves.

Emma Henderson

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With her blog’s 5th birthday looming this October, Emma Henderson of Fluff And Fripperies is by no means a newbie blogger. In fact, with nearly half a decade of blogging brawn under her belt, Emma’s site is fast becoming a go-to resource for beauty junkies throughout Ireland. Covering everything from make-up news, product reviews and a little fashion and lifestyle thrown in for good measure, Emma’s regular updates keep her readers coming back for more.

Rachel Farrell

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17 year old aspiring fashion journo Rachel from Oh Hey There Rachel has been blogging her love of all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle-related since way back in May 2012. This Dublin gal is also a vintage lover, nail art fanatic and avid tea drinker, and it’s her love of re-creatable high street fashion that has us clicking back on her site compulsively.

Jenny’s Munch

Jenny's Munch

Not strictly a blogger – Jenny documents her fitness journey solely on Insta and Facebook – but certainly worth a mention all the same, this Cork student shows us what to eat and how to train if we’re on a mission to transform ourselves. She’s mastered the balance of healthy eating, training and having a laugh, and judging by her before and after pics, it’s certainly paying off. Jenny’s forte is healthy uncomplicated meals on a tight budget, making her a deadly one to follow for clean-eaters everywhere.

Michelle Massey

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Just like us, co-owner of health and fitness blog Kettle Belle Michelle Massey is obsessed with chocolate, coffee and squats. What makes her blog so readable? She honestly documents the ups and downs of her fitness journey, and shares reviews and health and fitness-related tricks that help make following a healthy lifestyle all the more manageable.

Holly Barry

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Cork student Holly Barry is obsessed with playing dress up, and it was out of her love of fashion that her style blog Along Came Holly was born. Since its inception, the site has amassed a 3,000-strong following and even gained the interest of many fashion stores and businesses in Mallow and beyond. Add to that, Holly’s just finished up a busy few weeks representing Cork at the Rose of Tralee. You go girl!

Stacey Moloney

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If it’s positivity you’re after, then look no further than Stacey Moloney’s blog, Your Mindful Guide. Sharing her inspiring journey of becoming healthier in mind, body and spirit, Stacey shows us how to be our happiest selves and motivates us to be the best we can be. Her mission? “To inspire and encourage you to live your life the best way possible and learn how to become more mindful.”
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