These Girls Turned Instagram Fame Into a Spot on the Forbes List
The internet is a magical place. We can thank it for the latest celeb news and cute animal videos, but most importantly, Instagram fame.
There’s a common misconception that girls with Instagram fame just look pretty every day. But ummm, have you ever tried to post more than one fire photo a week, let alone several per day? That shit takes work.
Not to mention, many women turn their Instagram fame into entrepreneurship by starting their own businesses as a result.
Well this year, Forbes took notice of a few of those stand out Insta-stars blessing your timeline daily. These three bosses have been named to Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Take notes, ladies.
1. Danielle Bernstein, 24, 1.5 million followers
Danielle Bernstein is a fashion blogger who started her site, We Wore What, in 2010. According to Forbes, just one post can get her $6,000 to $15,000. In 2016 she launched an exclusive overall brand, Second Skin Overalls, and a footwear collection, Archive Shoes.
2. Justine Skye, 21, 955,000 followers
Known as the Purple Unicorn on Instagram, you may recognize this singer as one of Kylie Jenner’s besties, but she’s much more than that. Justine Skye is predominantly a singer, but also an IG influencer. She recently released “Collide” featuring Tyga and produced by DJ Mustard, along with collabs with ScHoolBoy Q and Vic Mensa. She is now signed with Roc Nation and is working on her debut album.
3. Bethany Mota, 21, 5.8 million followers
Bethany Mota is a YouTube blogger whose video topics include DIY projects, room decor, back to school, and so on. She has a clothing line with Aeropostale and a school supplies line with Target. Mota has also been a guest judge on Project Runway, was a 2014 finalist on Dancing with the Stars, and talked to us at BeautyCon about what makes her feel the most beautiful.