International Women’s Day 2020 – 13+ Inspiring Female Influencers To Follow

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International Women’s Day 2020 – 13+ Inspiring Female Influencers To Follow

A woman is a full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture, transform, and influence. Starting from glamour to well-ness and from entertainment to technology, when it comes to online power, women are crushing it.

Know about some of the top female influencers, and what attracts them the most.



Zoella started posting her haul videos on YouTube at a very tender age of 18. Now she has become one of the top leading female influencers, with millions of followers across different social media channels. It includes 11.2 million followers on Instagram, 11.4 million subscribers on YouTube, and 12.7 million on Twitter.

Falguni Nayar 

Falguni is the founder of & shares a different place among Indian women startup owners. She has created India’s leading beauty retailer, through building an extensive network spread across over 850+ brands. Mrs. Nayar, is my ideal lady, though I’ll admit that I am a little biased because we belong to the same country. But honestly, she is an inspirational woman from the working world who has shone in every venture.

Chiara Ferragni


When it comes to performance, Chiara Ferragni, a blogger from Italy and the person behind Blonde Salad, which is practically a textbook case (The Business School of Harvard has published a case study on her blog). The most prominent female influencer, as well as launching and sustaining a popular fashion blog, has its clothing line and has Instagram followers of nearly 11.4 million.

Heather Armstrong

Heather Armstrong is a mum blogger and top female influencer who has written about her mental health struggles in Dooce as well. She started blogging in 2001 and has nearly 1.5 million followers on Twitter.

Aditi Balbir


Aditi has built the V Resorts business from the ground up, has carefully curated, developed, and managed the business since its inception. One the top of all, she has also been listed in 2017 as Fortune 100 Most Powerful Women Asia, and in 2016 as the world’s 200 most powerful women entrepreneurs.

Huda Kattan

This girl is a beauty blogger, makeup artist, and an outstanding female influencers who launched her line of beauty. She has a huge fan base on social media, which includes –  23.8 million followers on Insta and 2.1 million subscribers on YouTube.

Amber Fillerup


Perhaps the core element of success being an influencer or blogger is to have “blonde” on your profile description or blog. Barefoot Blonde (people commonly know Amber Fillerup Clark with this name), is a lifestyle blogger, a caring mother, and a leading female influencer with a huge ratio of followers on social media.

Kayla Itsines

Kayla Itsines is one of the successful fitness gurus who supports women on their fitness journey. She also works as a personal trainer, businesswoman, and two-time published author. Kayla has partnered with the beauty brand, Sephora, who promotes the #freetobe campaign this International Women’s Day. For me, she is a real influencer.

Louise Pentland


Louise Pentland works relentlessly through her social media platforms to inspire women of all ages. She is an influencer in lifestyle, full-time author, businesswoman, and mum of two. Louise works tirelessly to combat gender discrimination by promoting programs and projects, and her position as a ‘Change Ambassador’ to the UN was perhaps one of her most active roles.

Chessie King

Chessie King is an incredibly inspirational and driven woman who helps spread the faith and encourages women to love their bodies no matter their shape or size. A women’s rights advocate, Chessie, has also worked on projects such as UN Women NC UK that aim to end violence against girls and women.

Bunny Meyer


She is a vlogger and founder of grav3yardgirl, who creates videos sharing her adventures with the paranormal activities, and her visits to the graveyard. Not only this, she has also widened her focus and even collaborated with a cosmetic company to launch a limited edition range of beauty products. She is one of the top female influencers with over 8 million YouTube subscribers, and 769,000 followers on Twitter.

Leandra Medine

Leandra pushed herself to create a new form of blog (based on fashion) when she founded Man Repeller in 2010. The main focus of the blog is on the latest women trends along with other fashion insiders, which also make men gag about. This top female influencer has 580,000 followers on Instagram, and 388,000 followers on Twitter.

Marie Forleo


Marie Forleo is the life trainer who produced the MarieTV show. She has 438,885 subscribers on YouTube and 297,000 followers on Instagram. Most specifically, Oprah has called her out as a next-generation think leader.

Liza Koshy

Liza Koshy started making funny videos on Vine and now has started making funny videos on YouTube, which has the subscribers count of more than 13 million. When she hit the 10 million-subscriber mark quicker than anyone else, she rocked to fame on YouTube pretty much. Also popular on Instagram, where she has fifteen million followers.

Final Thoughts About The Top Female Influencers To Follow In 2020

So there you go! That’s the list of top 14 female influencers who are the real inspiration for all the girls and women out there. 

I believe women are not the problem. We are the solution. So, let’s take up more space by building the future with our choice and celebrate the elegance of womanhood.  

Did I miss any of your favorite female influencers to mention in the blog? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.