I'm so excited to give you all an update on what's been going on with Glamour By Ness! As you may know, I've been working hard to launch my own beauty lipgloss, and let me tell you, it hasn't been an easy journey. Finding the right vendor for my lip gloss has been a challenge, but I'm determined to make it happen. I believe that finding the perfect vendor is worth the wait because my customers deserve only the best quality products.
Speaking of launching my beauty gloss, I'm still figuring out the right time to do so. I want to make sure that everything is perfect before the big reveal, so stay tuned for updates on that.
In other exciting news, I've been writing a column on self-care and makeup for Royalty Ink Magazine, and our second issue, the WINTER issue just launched! I'm thrilled to be a part of such an incredible publication, and I can't wait for you all to read my latest column. It's all about the importance of taking care of yourself both inside and out.
In addition to my column, I've also started my UGC journey, which has been a fun and creative way to connect with my followers and secure brand partnerships. What is UGC? User-generated content (UGC) refers to brand-related content that is created by customers and brand advocates, as opposed to an employee or official representative of that brand. UGC comes in many forms — a fan’s Instagram post about a new product, a customer’s unboxing video on TikTok, or a user testimonial on a website. So, if you're not already following my TikTok(s), yes, I have multiple (lol), follow me here: Glamour By Ness, for all makeup content, and Color Me Ness for UGC content. I'm trying to be more consistent in uploading my YouTube videos too, so make sure to check out my channel for tutorials and reviews.
Unfortunately, I've had a setback recently as I lost my eyelash extension vendor. It's been a challenge finding a new one that meets my standards, but I'm not giving up. I know that my customers love my eyelash extensions, so I'm willing to do whatever it takes to find a new vendor that has similar materials: lashes and packaging. If I'm unable to find one, I may have to re-brand, but I'm optimistic that won't be necessary.
On a brighter note, I recently made a new friend in the beauty industry, Cassy, the owner of Nashty Bride. She's a beauty creative and a hair and makeup artist who's been in the industry for 5 years now. Cassy added my website to Nashty Bride, which is fantastic news because it gives me an opportunity to provide my makeup services to new clientele.
And last but not least, I'm kicking off my new year in March with a blog post and new content in the works! I can't wait to share my plans with you all, and I hope you're as excited as I am. So stay tuned!
Thank you for taking the time to catch up with me. I appreciate your support and can't wait to see what the future holds for Glamour By Ness!