"I Suffered From Body Dysmorphia" - YouTubers Share Their Life Online
28 September 2016, 10:54 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:20
Thanks to Nina, Laura and Carly sharing their stories.
We recently spoke with Nina Vee, Laura Porter and Carly Rowena about their favourite budget beauty products, as well as all their secret makeup and skincare hacks - but now it's time to move onto the serious stuff. From starting up a YouTube channel, to dealing with your Body Dysmorphia online, these ladies really opened up to us about the struggles of having a career online.
But don't worry, we also asked the trio for advice on starting up your own beauty YouTube channel, in addition to finding out special ways to make yourself stand out from the crowd and avoid doing anything stupid. So if you're keen on beginning your own journey as a beauty/fashion/fitness guru, then look no further than this amazing interview with three of the most inspirational women on YouTube!
[And make sure you click right HERE to read our previous interview with Nina, Laura and Carly - but be prepared to have your bank account drained because they recommend A LOT of beauty products you're going to wanna buy RN...]
Have these wonderful ladies inspired you to start up your own YouTube channel? Let us know in the comments below, and if any of the topics surrounding Body Dysmorphia have affected, please read more here: NHS Choices. And while you’re still here, make sure you check out our latest video – we collaborated with the new Miss Peregrine’s School For Peculiar Children to show you what it’s like have a peculiar squad.
Nina Vee, Carly Rowena and Tiny Twisst are part of the Vlogger network StyleHaul.