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She’s not the only one. Back in the day when I used to follow more “influencers” they would all receive pr packages but usually it wouldn’t receive nothing more than a mention in insta stories. I guess for companies it’s a cheap way of marketing their products. What annoys me is when companies (revolve, tarte and others) would send like 20 bloggers onto lavish trips. Cause I think well can’t they just make their products cheaper? Instead of putting costs of constant parties into products. But I always thought why wouldn’t bloggers do constant giveaways? It’s not like they gonna use all that and it’s not like they can’t afford it. But they could make some people happy and bring interaction to their pages.
I’m not on tiktok so I don’t know if this is a trend or not but I saw this on instagram and wtf? Looks like it’s a thing where you basically strip down naked but with filter blocking your body. Aren’t people worried about their privacy? I don’t care about apps sending my data to companies. But I’d be paranoid that naked footage can be stored and then whatever creeps having access to it. It’s awful that this is a thing on an app used mostly by young kids.
This. I like the series from buzzfeed where they try to put on outfit under budget and then have a stylist go all out with high end brands. She already had series of getting styled by other people but I wish she would hire a professional who would show how to play of textures and patterns and invest into quality material and not Walmart looking shirts. Like she’s at a place where she could support small niche designers or get item from big names. But not cringy outfits with brands logos slapped over.