Over the past few years, 'YouTuber' has gone from being a word that wasn't actually a thing, to becoming a genuine career option for any guy or gal who owns a camera and an internet connection.
It goes without saying that it's not exactly easy to bag yourself ten million subscribers and a multi-million pound brand just from filming hauls in your bedroom, but if you do fancy being the next Zoella one day, then YouTube wants to help you out.
There's now an actual YouTube SCHOOL designed to help you take over the internet and become a beauty vlogger with the best of 'em. We live in the actual future, guys.
The likes of Zoe, Tanya Burr, Bethany Mota and Michelle Phan definitely didn't get where they are today without a lot of hard work. Rather than just sitting in front of a camera, the job involves loads of creativity, video production, confidence, social engagement and of course, knowledge of all things beauty.
And to prove just how much of a legit career choice it is these days, YouTube and L'Oreal Paris are teaming up to launch an actual online school to teach you the ways of the fashion and beauty vlogger.
In June, ten lucky girls in France (there are talks of expanding it to other countries) will be enrolling in Vlogger School to master the craft of filming beauty videos and learn exactly how to become a YouTube success story.
They'll even receive a BeautyTUBE graduation certificate afterwards, and it'll all be filmed reality style for the L'Oreal Paris YouTube channel to go live in September. Erm, CAN WE MOVE TO FRANCE PLEASE?
Reckon you'd like to go to vlogger school? Or are you gonna just stick to the usual maths, English and science type thing? Let us know with a tweet to @Sugarscape.
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