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Our Favorite Latina Content Creators

Our Favorite Latina Content Creators

Social media is an incredible way to explore the cultural diversity of Latinx culture. To celebrate the rise of the Latina content creators, here is a list of our favorites who are serving up daily doses of what makes them interesting and unique. From hilarious videos to beautiful sunset shots, these Latina bloggers will have you double tapping your heart out as you scroll through their feeds.

Yovana Mendoza

Want to start living a healthy lifestyle but lack a certified holistic health coach to guide your transformation? Yovana Mendoza has over 1 million people who follow her for this exact reason. Yovana is a Latina blogger who uses her Instagram, blog, and Youtube channel to let people peek into her health journey that started in 2013 when she quit alcohol and started living healthy and sober. Her feed is full of delicious recipes, effective workouts, and daily tips to keep you motivated in your health journey.

Joanna Hausmann

If you want to laugh-out-loud as you scroll through your feed, follow this hilarious Venezuelan comedian, TV writer, and actor. She posts clips of her stand up, videos she’s done for comedy central, some of her clever tweets, and of course, some random Tik Toks. Through her bilingual comedy, she proves just how funny Latinx comedians can be.


For your daily dose of aesthetically pleasing content, follow Mariana. Her neutral-toned, and minimalist feed features delicate jewelry, statement heels, elegant living spaces, and romantic beach shots.  

She even has her own online store where you can shop for pieces that are featured on her Instagram.

Elizabeth Acevedo

Elizabeth Acevedo is an award-winning Afro-Dominican-American author. She writes about the lives of immigrants and her own experiences; she even dabbles in poetry and shares a bit of on her feed. Giver her a follow for updates on her tours, empowering words for women, and pictures of her life as a Latina writer.

Vianney Rodriguez

This Tejana award-winning blogger and author of two cookbooks was called the best chef of the Southwest by Southern Living Magazine. On her Instagram and blog, Vianney serves up deliciously comforting Tex-Mex and Mexican classics, she also adds her own spin to classic Mexican cocktails.

Vianney infuses her recipes with Latinx culture and shares the history and inspiration for each dish and cocktail.

Ilianna Ayala

This Afro-Latina with roots from Puerto Rico and Bolivia serves up looks and strikes poses on the daily. She has a busy modeling career and has recently worked with Covergirl and Pantene because of her striking Latina beauty. She also has an Etsy shop and beauty blog where she dishes on all things beauty.

Kim Guerra

Her movement labeled “Brown Badass Bonita” sets out to empower “badass mujeres” and encourage Latinx self-love. She’s proud of her Latinx culture and as an activist, uses her platform to encourage Latinas to use their voices and be heard.

Yayis A. Villarreal Cantú

Currently a fashion columnist for Revista Mujer and Texas en México, Yayis is an up-and-coming Texas fashion star. On her Instagram, she is a jack of all trades: she puts together stellar high fashion and ready-to-wear outfits, she models her clothes, she’s a talented makeup artist, and makes professional cakes. All of this is presented in fun videos and stunning posts you’ll need on your feed. 
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