After years of having extensions, vlogger Vanessa Martinez noticed her real hair beginning to fall out.
When Nikkie de Jager, aka NikkieTutorials, went out in Amsterdam recently, she expected only to “dance the night away with friends” but found herself facing down two attackers. The story unfolds in her Twitter stream.
Millennials are recognized by their predecessors as the generation attached to their screens. And while this may be true and often criticized, a new study shows that there are positive outcomes from this behavior, including a spike in self-care behaviors.
There are beauty vloggers — and then there is Farah Dhukai. The Canadian-based YouTuber has gained a subscriber base of more than 1 million (no big deal, right?) thanks to her bizarre beauty tutorials, which include DIY treatments using ingredients we’ve never thought twice about slathering onto our faces and scalps. From a matcha green tea Ninja Turtle-inspired mask that’ll make you scream, “Cowabunga, dude!” to a teeth whitening recipe using — wait for it — turmeric, Dhukai has some of the wildest hacks out there.
If anyone knows how to brand and monetize digital content, it’s Moj Mahdara, who's built an empire on the foundation of subscribers, likes, emoji, and influencers.
No one has more political capital — and more expertise to share with political leaders — right now than social media stars.
‘Tis the back to school season and even more stressful than the actual return to those hallowed hallways is picking out what to wear on the first day—and shopping for school supplies. How will you present yourself on day one? Are you all pink binders and bright pens? Or serious black and white composition notebooks and No.2 pencils?