We all have our own definition of “aesthetic” because beauty is in the eye of the beholder. What I like may not be appealing to you, and vise versa. Having that said, let me introduce you to my kind of aesthetic. In particular, there are a few YouTubers out there who I find make really good aesthetic videos. Sharing is caring so sit back and enjoy! Who knows, they might just be your new favourite! The list below is arranged in no particular order.
Jusuf AKA Jasmine is a YouTuber from Switzerland and I’d say she is the first YouTuber I watched that really struck me as different. Her video editing style is very unique and they always give off great vibes. She posts videos that are mainly about her adventures, vlogs, life, photography, lookbooks etc. If you’re into that stuff, it’s worth checking her stuff out!
If you like Jusuf’s stuff, then boy you’re in for a treat. Petiteaventure AKA Nadine is Jusuf’s sister. She posts videos such as travelling, bullet journalling, vlogs, lookbooks etc and has the same aesthetic style of editing as Jusuf. Watching her videos as well as Jusuf’s are always a treat and a great stress-reliever. So perhaps they could unwind you if you are in need of a break!
3. Conan Gray
Conan Gray is from the US of A and is super artsy. He does a lot of music and art related videos. He also does vlogs which are the bomb of all bombs. As you can tell from his thumbnails, he is certainly one of a kind. If you don’t already know him, he is definitely not someone you want to miss!
Jem is from Canada and posts a lot of short and sweet videos, mostly relating to study. I always feel super inspired and motivated after I watch her videos. Other than study, she also posts videos such as lookbooks, vlogs, routines, and hauls. If you don’t have much time to spare, you don’t have any excuse because most of her videos are under 3 minutes!
Kristine is from the Philippines and I squeal at her thumbnails. I love the whole pastel and illustration theme she has going on. Her videos vary from vlogs to music to hauls to tutorials to K-pop, and the list goes on. Again, if you’re not one for long videos, then Kristine is for you.
So there you have it, piefaces! The introductions did them no justice, but I hope you do check them all out. When you do, let us know what you think in the comments below!