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Not so much with social media famous girls. You can get promos like WolfieCindy. Look at LilyMayMac and EmilyTheMermaid. Travel and get money just for their looks and bodies.
I think it is very possible if you have a good head on your shoulders; just think of it as business/marketing. What is your product? What makes you special above all others? Who is your demographic? etc. etc.
I love the idea of it because it is like becoming whoever you want to be.
I'm rooting for you anon.
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But dude, you totally missed the point. When did I even mention men? Not that I would mind hanging out with rich hot guys. With that kind of brand power I could start my own business as well. Your mind is in the gutter.
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Honestly, it's better to already be making money. Maybe I'm naive but I'd like to believe you can do this without selling your body.
I can't really tell with the Chinese instagram girls, but most of the American/UK ones are either Rich Parents or (and more commonly) dating rich ugoos or flat out getting sponsored.
Check out tagthesponsor
my favourite TTS post was the one with Polish and German hookers being flown out to Dubai to get literally shit on.
Makes their peacocking with charter flights and Birkins look hilarious in comparison
Link please? Lol that sounds hilarious.
Anyway, I don't know if this would work in 2017. I was around on social media way back before smartphones became ubiquitous and a lot of the e-famous pretty girls were held to different (realistic?) beauty standards. Back then, you could just be decently pretty, wear a normal amount of makeup, dress modestly, and get a lot of attention. You could tell that as more and more people got iPhones and IG accounts, that the competition started getting ridiculous (contouring, falsies and lip injections became standard, more pressure to get exaggerate hourglass bodies which might not even be possible for a lot of people, etc). It's like the invention of the smartphone w/ front-facing camera created this entire massive industry.
I'm curious to see what the tipping point will be. Like, how much "hotter" can people get?
Everyone would like to live the easy life, adored by everyone and not having to worry about finance for the rest of your life when your light fades out (if you're not stupid with the money).
I'm honestly working my ass off on losing weight (30 pounds down, 90 to go…so got awhile to go but by 70 pounds i'll be cute just not #goals) so I can try my hand at the pretty social media star thing. What do I have to lose?
It's a really old post but check out some of the newer ones, he posts screenshots where he straight up asks them to do scat and then eat hummus out of a plate with another hooker. There's also one where he asks a girl to dress up as a nun and tear up a bible. And then eat hummus.
He mentions his 'hummus fetish' a lot and it's hilarious
I'm not sure if any have become full-on "influencers", but I went to a highschool in the Middle East with a lot of people from wealthy backgrounds who are doing really well on IG. Truly makes me wish I was hot and rich so I could do nothing but do amateur photoshoots all over LA with my Mazda and in my head-to-toe chic sportswear. >>59627
I never did anything tremendously awful when I was younger, but I was a bit of a dick to people both IRL and online. I definitely wouldn't want that to drag me down if I ever formed any sort of following, especially with current call-out culture.
same, nudes of me everywhere rofl
it's a shame because i have the looks and body but i'm too old now (25) mixed with the shady shit… yeah, that ship has sailed.
i'm just a barista now and i moved continents lol