A new generation of digital beauty bloggers is proving to be so popular that they are starting to outpace traditional beauty bloggers, according to the first data set to be released by Next Big Futures.
In a new report, Next BigFuture surveyed 1,500 women in the United States and Canada between February 2018 and January 2019 to find out why their audiences are so different from previous generations.
“We’ve seen this before.
We’ve seen it in other parts of the world.
But it’s not necessarily what you’d expect.
You know, there are very specific qualities that attract these people,” said Next Bigfuture CEO Lauren Janssen.
“They want to talk about things they care about.
They want to share things they love.”
The women surveyed were split into five groups based on the types of content they write, and how much they read about beauty, health and wellness, fashion, travel and lifestyle.
The average reader is between the ages of 19 and 36.
The study found that the most popular posts on social media and blogging platforms in 2018 included beauty, fashion and health.
More than half of the women surveyed said that their posts are a mix of travel and travel-related content.
“What we see is that a lot of the people who post these kinds of posts are just very excited about this thing,” Jansen said.
“I think we’re seeing the next wave of what these people will look like.”
The study found women were looking for something different from what previous generations of bloggers did.
They’re looking for authenticity, and not just beauty, Jansens said.
“The content is a bit different than other places that we’ve seen,” she said.
“[They] are also looking for some kind of authenticity.
It’s not just, like, a picture of a pretty face.
That’s not the main thing that they’re looking to get from these posts.
They are looking for a more personal story, or a story that has a lot more emotional weight to it.”
The biggest trends across the five groups are the increased use of Instagram and Twitter for content.
About one in five women use Instagram and one in three use Twitter.
The survey found women are more likely to post on Twitter than any other social network.
The most popular hashtags on Instagram include #trendy, #beauty, and #tourism.
The hashtag trendy is a trending hashtag in 2018, but it doesn’t appear on the popular hashtag, #toybox, which is used by almost every fashion blogger.
The trendy hashtag is used for images of people and animals, like cats, dogs, and even cats that are more than 20 years old.
The popularity of trendy and the other trending hashtags is likely driven by the fact that women like to share content with their followers, and they also want to be a part of the conversation around beauty.
“Women really want to participate in the conversation.
They love sharing stuff,” Jensens said, adding that the trendy trend is “very popular with women in their 20s and 30s.”