Maybe we’re getting on a bit, but these bloggers are just looking younger and younger.
Or maybe they really are that young.
Meet Jordyn Peralta from Oahu, Hawaii. She’s three-years-old and her first makeup ‘tutorial’ has just gone viral.
Although her big sister, Cheyenne, 17, has to take some credit after she shared the vlog on Twitter. Cheyenne said she was hanging out in her cousin’s room, when her little sister wandered in and started playing with the makeup and pretending she was hosting her own YouTube channel. So, she decided to start filming.
Using a makeup brush as a mic, Jordyn begins: Welcome to my channel…okay, let’s get started!’
She then proceeds to show everyone how to do their eyelashes using Anastasia Starlight Illuminator.
At this point, she loses control of the camera (phone), but, like the true pro she is, she just shouts ‘whoopsie’ and keeps going.
Camera back under control, she instructs her follows to ‘squish’ the powder in their hands, before brushing it across the entire face.
Sadly, the vlog cuts out before she moves onto contouring.
Nevertheless, that snippet was enough to gain her thousands of fans around the world.
@_cheybaee this is so cute oh my god
alicia nicole (@_aliciaanicole) August 20, 2016
@_cheybaee I lowkey have baby fever rn. She’s so cute 😭💖
tina (@neltina_) August 20, 2016
Asked by Metro.co.uk how the mini-vlogger is coping with her newfound fame, Cheyenne told us: ‘Well my family and I numerously told her how famous she is, but I don’t think she understands what that means yet.’
No news on when we can expect her YouTube channel, but we’re totally subscribing.
These kids are better at makeup than you:
Jordyn isn’t the first under-10 to start beauty vlogging – welcome to eight-year-old Amelie’s Beauty and Beyond YouTube channel.
‘I love doing face paints and learning new techniques,’ she writes alongside her first vlog – on how to give yourself scary Day of the Dead makeup.
‘I am going to regularly show you how to do simple yet effective face paints. I am only 8 years old and I want to give other young children the confidence to do their own face paints,’ she explains.
We suddenly feel very old.