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Nikkie Tutorials Is The First Trans Woman To Cover The Knot Magazine

on the cover of The Knot’s fall issue, becoming the first out trans woman to receive that honor in the process. The YouTube beauty guru turned makeup mogul opened up about her upcoming wedding plans, her romantic proposal story, and how her soon-to-be husband Dylan (literally) held her hand while she came out as trans to the world in 2020.Nikkie began her beauty influencer career on YouTube at age 14 and has since amassed nearly 14 million subscribers. It’s an incredible feat and also a massive audience to come out to, especially before she was totally ready to do so.
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