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at least she's still genuine compared to other Influencers. she just got signed to jenn im's agency(?) and has been posting a lot Abt eggie lately, so it'll be interesting to see what direction Jessica grows her online brand image from here on out... hope she doesn't become a brainless sell-out like Jenn... I wish she were more open with her followers tbh, especially since most are beauty enthusiasts...videos on her experience with fillers, botox, and plastic surgery would be extremely helpful. moreso now, since more and more girls + women are interested in getting work done and Jessica's found really good doctors that have kept her work subtle and not overdone.
kind of disagree tbh... as someone who suffered a terrible allergic rxn to products a year back (i went from perfect skin to having new painful breakouts everyday), something abt that experience makes you super conscious of products and ingredients and it's a bit of an obsession tbh. even when the breakout period clears up, you still want product recs bc u want to keep maintaining your skin and improving it. ppl like Ivan and hana are relatable cos they been thru it. i appreciate their recs and I don't mind that they use before and after photos to attract a skincare interested crowd. plus they are sharing their personal skincare experience throughout so the pics are relevant. idk just my opinion. also the products they rec are def used, and their experience w the product is honest and not bought. way better than other sell outs on youtube
this depends on your major. business majors have to present themselves differently from stem majors, stem majors have to present themselves differently than liberal arts majors, and then even within each subdivision off each category there's a certain etiquette to follow. if you want to chat more feel free to DM! I can only speak from a stem major perspective!
definitely agree but those r exceptions. for the most part unless it's something that spectacular, I was taught to leave it out. the culture at my school is also "no one cares about what you did in high school" so yeah unless it was something like cancer research (which is totally possible, I had a friend do it her last summer before starting college) then leave it out!
not rlly. she was definitely involved but these are all fillers. there's nothing of real world substance in there. it's impressive bc she's a YouTuber (and most Influencers don't even finish school/drop out of school/or go to school know they're going to be Influencers after anyway so there's no actual involvement) but compared to her Berkeley peers, is she that impressive? honestly even my peers, and we go to a way lower ranking school than berkeley, her credentials are not that impressive. she shouldn't have high school work experiences in there and her language skills are obviously a lie and her publications are blog posts. from an academia perspective, publications = research. sorry, suffered through a professional writing class this semester and they walked me step by step on how to present myself professionally and I was surprised at how many basic mistakes I caught in Joan's page.
as much as Joan annoys me, social awkwardness is something I personally struggle with and I don't think it's fair to judge her for having a hard time to warm up to new people. it's very common and a lot of people struggle with it. I think ivan is really empathetic and kind for speaking up for his friend instead of ditching her to fend for herself. Joan is lucky to have him.
i think so too. also not hating cos I do watch michelle choi and find her quite charming but just leaving her cat w her parents and claiming they don't help her at all is kind of proving further she isn't acknowledging her privilege. pets in general are expensive to upkeep so the fact she could drop her cat there on a whim and move to New York and then say she did the new York move "on her own w no help whatsoever" is pretty naive. it seems important to michelle to count as "self made" but I think if she rlly wants an Influencer career, she should focus on being honest w her followers first. this is kylie Jenner syndrome, some ppl just don't want to admit they were born w a leg up compared to the rest of society and like to pretend they themselves could have done their feats all on their own w/o their family and connections backing them along the way and then they irresponsibly tell the rest of society that they can do it too if they just dream big. biggest lie in the world. sorry it triggers me when ppl don't acknowledge their privilege.