Casey Holmes – Bio, Camera and Microphone


Casey Holmes is an American YouTuber and a beauty vlogger. She was born on November 25th, 1991 in Georgia, USA. She is a 5’4” YouTube creator that focuses mainly on makeup, hairstyles and fashion. She has 1.7M subscribers. Her most viewed video is: “Testing popular Instagram beauty products! Hits & misses.” which numbers 2.2M views.

She launched her YouTube career in 2011 and today her main channel numbers 195M views in total.  Holmes also added a second channel “CaseyHolmesVlogs91” in 2013 which is focused mainly on her family life and daily challenges she encounters. The most viewed video on that channel is “I’m pregnant, finding out and telling my husband!” with 4.5M views. Her second channel has 46M views to date.

Having also entrepreneurial skills Casey opened her own online boutique in 2017 called “rosiedaze” after her two beloved dogs Rosie and Daze. She sells clothing, shoes and accessories.

Holmes got married to a military officer, Davis Marlar in 2017 and in 2019, they expanded their family by one more member, their son named Mason.

She is 5 ft and 5 in (165 cm) tall.


Casey Holmes record with quite basic and currently aged gear. She is the living proof that for good videos you don’t need to invest thousand of dollars into gear and technical equipment.


For filming her main channel content she is using Canon Eos 70D DSLR, GoPro HERO5 Black Action Camera and Sony RX100 V Camera.

Vlogging Camera

Casey uses Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II Camera on her vlogging channel.


She records audio with the Takstar SGC-598 Camera Microphone.


We found that she regularly uses two tripods: GorillaPod Focus Tripod and Manfrotto PIXI Mini Tripod.


Although she probably uses more than one light, we found that at least one of the lights is Neewer 14 inches Ring Light.


Casey Holmes uses Apple MacBook Pro 13 Laptop.

Software for Editing

She edits videos on the Final Cut Pro program.

Income and Net worth

It is estimated that Casey Holmes net worth is around $700K. Income from her main YouTube channel, according to SocialBlade is anywhere between $139 and $2.2K per month.

We at EquipmentNerd calculate that the number is closer to $600 monthly. Estimates are so low mainly because her number of views in recent months plumbed down due the YouTube penalty she received on her channel.

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