Sunday, 9 November 2014


"Every time you post something online, you have a choice. You can make people happy or take away their happiness."Zoella"

This post is going to be my own outlook on the beauty community, where it began and where it is now. I have been enjoying social content since 2009 when 
I stumbled across Elle and Blair.
I was amazed that there were girls on the internet sharing there own 
thoughts on all things that I loved, 
fashion hair and beauty. I was able to use there advice to 
learn different makeup
 looks and see what the latest fashion trends were. 
 I was hooked, 
I would be reading blogs and watching videos for hours. 

The "UK beauty gurus" at the time were
not the same as who are best known nowadays. I was watching youtube 
videos and reading blogs
by Gemma, Kelly, Sophie, Laura and  Zoe. Zoe then was just writing her blog 
she has always been amazing and  talented and I would like to take 
this moment to thank her. 
She has given me so much advice and instead of buying magazines 
I would instead read her blog. But I do believe the other "UK beauty gurus" 
who  started at that time need way more recognition. 
They started when it was  a small community 
full of people sharing the same love and enjoyment.
I want this back again.
But I guess things always have to grow and evolve. 

So thank you

I decided upon writing this post after reading 
recent post last night. I was really saddened 
by some peoples negativity. Once everyone shared the same 
love and embraced everyone.
We always longed for the next post  and there was NO negativity. 
Whether you have 1 subscriber/viewer 
or 10 million it shouldn't matter because you subscribed for the mere reason 
you enjoyed reading/watching there content. Content shouldn't be more in 
depth just because a person has more viewers. 
You subscribed because you enjoyed what they do, 
you shouldn't pick a person apart. I don't understand how 
this has changed so much and where all this negativity has come from. 
We need to unite and remember how this started, 
because we all had a joint love for the same thing. 

embrace the love

Natasha xxx

1 comment:

  1. I totally agree with you. People shouldn't dig for all the bad things, but just enjoy reading or sharing opinions.
    x Sonja

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