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 ofÂ a few of those stand out Insta-stars blessing your timeline daily. These threeÂ 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.Â 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 Jennerâ€™s besties,Â but sheâ€™s much more than that. Justine SkyeÂ is predominantly a singer, but also an IG influencer. She recently releasedÂ â€œCollideâ€ 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 BeautyConÂ about what makes her feel the most beautiful.