Meet Our Fave Latina Creators on TikTok

an image collage showcasing six of our favorite latina creators on tiktok: fernanda cortes, shiadanni, gabby cam, sammi garcia, jenizzle and jenny solares.

TikTok has become a powerful tool for amplifying new voices and nurturing budding talent. With its unique algorithm and wide reach, it provides a stage where creators can authentically express themselves. For Latino creators, this means a significant opportunity to showcase their culture, share their experiences, and reclaim the narrative.


Today, we shine the spotlight on some of our favorite Latina creators who are making waves on this dynamic platform, not only captivating audiences with their creativity but also reshaping the landscape of Latino representation:

@fernandacortesx

@fernandacortesx

Always remember to buy and support mexican owned tequilas! ❤️🇲🇽 #mexican #mexico #tequila #latina #latino #mexicantiktok #mexicanowned

Say hello to Fernanda Cortes! This amazing mujer, originally from Guadalajara but now living in Phoenix, is all about keeping our cultura alive. Whether she's telling you about kick-ass Latina figures or spine-chilling legends, she's a treasure trove of Latino culture.

@gaabbycam

@gaabbycam

Feliz 5 de mayo 🇲🇽♥️ batalla de puebla con estos chiles en nogada poblanos 🤗🧑‍🍳 una delicia ok 👌🏼 Feliz cinco de mayo 🇲🇽♥️ Los chiles en nogada es un platillo típico de la ciudad de Puebla muy exquisito mire que hay varias versiones y algunos ingredientes que no encontre aca en usa 🇺🇸 pero aun así es un estupendo platillo ideal para festejar las fiestas patrias de Septiembre 🇲🇽 pero aca pues empezamos antes 😅🤷🏻‍♀️🥳 alcavoz es viernes 💃🏻🕺 si quieren la receta detallada hare otro video mas lento 🧑‍🍳 #fyp #chilesennogada #comidamexicana ngredientes: PICADILLO: carne molida de tu elección yo le pongo medio de puerco y medio de res 2 dientes de ajo finalmente picados, 1 cebolla chica finamente picada,3 tomates cocidos 1/5 de almendras picadas peladas , 1/4 de pasas , 1 peras, 1 manzanas, 1 duraznos, aceite al gusto sal, canela y azúcar al gusto Procedimiento: En tu cazuela colocas aceite, ajo, cebolla dejas sofreír un poco agregas la carne molida sal al gusto la dejas cocinar como 3/4 de cocimiento de la carne agregas la salsa de tomate y dejas se reduzca el liquido, agregas las pasas las almendras y comienzas a agregar las frutas primero la más dura y la más suave al final como 5 minutos una de otra al final agregas azúcar y canela a tu gusto rectificas sabores el picadillo no es salado es más dulce que salado NOGADA: 2 TAZAS DE NUEZ DE CASTILLA 1 TAZA DE ALMENDRA PELADA , 1/2 BARRA DE QUESO CREMA PHILADELPHIA 1/2 LATA DE LECHE CONDENSADA 1/2 LATA DE LECHE EVAPORADA, CANELA MOLIDA AL GUSTO. Todos los integrantes ban molidos la nogada debes de prepararla antes de todo por si te queda un poco líquida en refrigeración espesa y agarra mejor consistencia Ya solo tuestas tus chiles poblanos los limpias rellenas y capeas o sin capear , granada y perejil para decorar 🇲🇽

Gabby is a Mexican chica living the LA dream, and trust us; you'll drool over her delicious Mexican recipes. Plus, she's got an online store, “Mexicana de Corazón,” where she sells super cool clothes and accessories.

@es_jenny_solares

@es_jenny_solares

Saturday mornings are my version of Coachella 🎡✌🏻😎

The pandemic might've been a bummer, but it gave us Jenny Solares. Jenny’s channel has it all – family stuff, food content, comedy, beauty; you name it. Her comedy skits will have you in splits, and her famous “Why do you take so long cleaning?” series (with Spotify playlists included!) is hilariously relatable.

@shiadanni

@shiadanni

Glam Kitchen 👄🔥 Hummus de 🥑🚨 I DONT KNOW WHERE THE LEMON CLIP IS BUT USE 17552 LEMONS LIKE I DID AND BY LEMONS I MEAN YOUR “LIMES” 🚨

Shiadanni, a true jalisciense born and raised in Guadalajara, Mexico, but now based in Canada, is an absolute star. She mixes style and substance in her 'glam kitchen' content. Not just that, she's also a fab musician and a powerful voice for mental health awareness.

@sammigarciaa

@sammigarciaa

Sharing my thoughts on “Señora” lifestyle and the corporate world🤍 #latinacreator #latina #senoraera #senoralifestyle #morningvlog #corporateworld #wife #wifelife

Next up, we've got Sammi. Our girl has embraced her señora era in the most relatable way. You'll get hooked on her strangely soothing vlogs, easy-peasy recipes, and practical household hacks. Her content is chill and comforting; who knew that being a señora could be so aesthetic?

@jennizzle

@jenny_lorenzo

Who else watched these shows growing up? 📺👵🏼 #latinomemes #growinguphispanic #latinosbelike #spanish #90s #nostalgia #reelitfeelit #wepa #puropincheparty #nomames

Hold onto your hats, folks, because Jenny Lorenzo is here! This Cuban-American queen is a comedian, actress, writer, and so much more. She's one of the masterminds behind BuzzFeed's Pero Like and has won the internet with her hilarious Abuela character. She’s everywhere on the internet now; keep up with her on her socials!

These talented women are bringing joy, laughter, and inspiration to our feeds. By supporting them, you become a vital part of their journey and help amplify their voices. Now go ahead, hit that follow button, and let’s show our favorite Latina creators the love they deserve!

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