This SIX Year Old Is Officially The Next Zoella

10 June 2016, 15:25 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:17

We the Unicorns

By Ella Wells

Watch your back Zoe, you've got competition.

Admit it - at one point in your life you've probably dreamt of being Zoella. With a best selling beauty product range, her very own Book Club and the cutest pug in the world, Zoe is actual #goals. But what would you say if we told you that this six year old has more chance of becoming the next Miss Sugg than we do?

We know you don't believe us, but it's true. Zoella and every other beauty vlogger on YouTube have some serious competition in the form of Bella-Rose, the six year old who often features on her sister, Emily Louise's, channel. The beauty obsessive from Sydney is better at applying make-up than most 20-year-olds and she has become known for her full face highlighter challenge that has given us major glow envy. The video has already received over 40,000 views since it was published on 5th June and people can't believe that this young girl even knows what highlighter is - never mind how to apply it.

The full face look that Bella has created was achieved by a number of high-end products that we can only assume are her sisters, as the tooth fairy definitely doesn't pay enough to fund the Becca Cosmetics Shimmering Skin Perfector and the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette. After finishing her base, Bella adds a flawless application of mascara and even finishes the look with false eyelashes, which are tricky for anyone to apply, never mind a six year old.

There's no doubt that Bella is extremely talented, but of course, like most things on the internet, the video has sparked controversy in the comments. Most of the responses are lovely, applauding Bella for her talent, but there were a few that didn't approve of the school girl being allowed to wear make-up at such a young age.

comment 1

comment 2

comment 3

Please let us know what you think about Bella-Rose's tutorial in the comments and in the meantime, check out our latest instalment of SLAY or NAY, where we round up the best YouTube news of the week.