Her culinary training may be more “Shake and Bake” than “Le Cordon Bleu,” but that doesn't stop seventeen-year-old Stef Rosenberg from trying to cook some of the toughest recipes on the web. With video titles like “Ramen Burger FAIL” and “Duck a L'ALL WRONG!”, it's probably no surprise that Stef's dishes don't always turn out perfect, but her 8 million subscribers are “eating up” her snarky sense of humor (she cracks about as many jokes as she does eggs!) and are always hungry for more. Armed with little more than a GoPro camera and a “can-do” attitude, Stef shows her viewers that they should never be too scared to try something new and the importance of always keeping a box of Kraft Mac and Cheese handy in case of emergencies!
What happens when put together a couple of teenage nerds, a couple of teenage jocks, and a handful of GoPro Hero4 cameras? You get Eureka, Dude!, the YouTube Crew that mashes up science and sport to crank out videos that are 100% fun. Eureka, Dude! has racked up over 62 million views by using their mixture of brains and braun to put hypotheses like “What Happens When You Hit a Tomato With a Baseball Bat?”, “Is It Possible to Hit a Tomato With a Golf Club?”, and “AXE Presents: Tomato Lacrosse = Big Time Mess” to the ultimate test. But no matter what the experiment, Eureka, Dude!'s videos always seem to prove that it can be “cool” to be curious and that the best way to keep that cool is with Axe's new 2 in 1 Body Spray.
The next time you find yourself being interviewed for a job by a teenage boss, take a second to look around for a hidden Go-Pro! You might be getting “Smunk-ed” by seventeen-year-olds Max Wimms and Tyler Hannity, better known as the YouTube comedy duo Smunk. For the past two months, these sneaky jokesters have been pulling pranks (or “Smunks”), including teenagers running a child's lemonade stand and a cop who hands out tickets to people for not dancing and the cop is also a teenager, and posting the hilarious results online, much to the delight of their nearly 12 million subscribers. Smunk has recently been hired by brands like Subway Sandwiches, Quinzo’s Sub Sandwich Restaurants, Potbelly Sandwiches, and Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches to up with creative ways to “Smunk” their customers, but they still find time to keep their “Smunk-a-Week” streak alive. Smunk's mission is to encourage their fans to always look for the fun in life and to let them know that more often than not, that fun can start with a fresh and toasty submarine style sandwich.
Savannah Banata has become YouTube's go-to girl for the hottest hair and make up tips and tricks. The seventeen-year-old vlogger is a bottomless source of beauty secrets, proven by her nearly 5,600 uploads which total over 10 months of playback time. Whether you're looking for a twenty-two minute eyeliner tutorial, a three hour and fifteen minute step-by-step guide to outdoor festival looks inspired by the signs of the zodiac, or a two-part, four hour roundup of eyeliner removers, Savannah and her GoPro have always got you covered! Sure, the 1.2 million dollars Savannah collected in endorsements are nice, but Savannah's real goal is to teach girls that their best “look” is confidence and that sometimes confidence can start from the outside in and that if they want to know how to feel confident on the outside they can always turn to her, her hours of ad revenue generating videos, and her “Simple Savannah” line of cosmetics now available at Sephora.