YouTube is quickly becoming one of the top social media platforms for users to share their unique talents and interests. Given the prevalent YouTube community, vloggers (video bloggers) and musicians alike are gaining millions of subscribers online. These social media stars are building larger fanbases than some of the hottest celebs in Hollywood. One such social star, lifestyle, makeup and fashion vlogger Mia Stammer, continues to grow her fanbase of over 1.8 million subscribers.
Mia is quickly making a name for herself as one of the most prominent gurus in the beauty and fashion realm. She knows all of the hottest trends and is always there to help her beloved fans discover their unique styles and interests. What makes Mia so interesting is that she developed her interest in beauty and fashion by watching other like-minded YouTube vloggers. By using videos to help her experiment with makeup, hair and fashion trends, she in turn became one of the YouTube vloggers she grew up admiring. Mia's story just goes to show that with enough dedication, perseverance and passion, her fans really can follow in her footsteps.
What makes Mia even more inspirational is that she genuinely loves what she does. She plans to continue making YouTube videos for as long as YouTube remains relevant -- even if that means creating videos for the rest of her life. She's a force to be reckoned with in the YouTube world and she doesn't plan to slow down her traveling, trend-setting or vlogging any time soon.
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In fact, the vlogger has become so successful and widely acclaimed that she was recently able to put faces to usernames with a national tour. Together with fellow vloggers Eva Gutowski, Meredith Foster, Alisha Marie and Sierra Furtado as well as sensational singer/songwriter Andie Case, Alisha traveled the country for Fullscreen Live's "Girls Night In." With a combined fanbase of more than 23 million, the six young women showcased their talents while proving that being yourself is so much better than aspiring to unrealistic ideals. The tour enabled the gang to come face-to-face with their beloved fans for a fun scripted show interspersed with games, sketches, contests, musical performances, DIY and more.
We were lucky enough to sit down with Mia during the tour and chat about her road to YouTube fame, her makeup and style must-haves and amazing, upcoming seasonal videos her beloved fans can look forward to.
How has the tour been for you so far? What made you decide to do it?
It's been crazy! It's not at all how I expected it to be. It's a lot easier to deal with than I expected. I thought the bunks would be unbearable but it's actually been really nice and so fun to hang out with all of my friends at once. We get to hang out somewhat often in L.A. but never all together like this so it's been fun. Meeting all of the fans has been super amazing because I barely ever come to the east coast and they never get to come to the conventions in L.A. So it's great to get to travel to their hometowns and see how they live and put faces to usernames. We see all of these comments and read all of them and it's just nice to see these people we've interacted with in real life now.
One makeup/hair product you'll never leave the house without?
I wouldn't leave without a face powder because I have oily skin so powder just refreshes your makeup and makes it look perfect. Especially after a long sweaty day on tour. I also always keep a lip balm with me.
You have amazing style. What's your favorite fall fashion staple piece right now?
This is a hard question because we live in L.A. and it's really hot. So most people would go with a nice jacket but we don't really wear jackets over there. So I'd probably say combat boots because I honestly wear them year-round and definitely every day during the fall. I love my Steve Madden black combat boots.
What made you choose YouTube for your platform to share your awesome ideas?
I've been a huge fan of YouTube for so long. I used to come home and watch all kinds of YouTube videos like vloggers and prank videos and cooking videos. I was just really fascinated with it. And then I found the beauty community and learned how to do my makeup on there so I kind of just grew attached to it and realized I could do makeup like that too. I was always really just really creative growing up and tried making my own clothes. I was a huge DIY person. So I grew to love YouTube and wanted to be like the people I followed on there so I made my channel and now I'm here and it's awesome.
Where do you see yourself 5 years down the road? Do you see YouTube still being a part of your life?
Yes 100%. I want to do YouTube for as long as I possibly can. If it lasts until I die then I'll probably keep doing it until I die. There's tons of opportunities that can come out of YouTube. I'm not really sure what will happen because I feel like in the past year so many things - like this tour - have happened that I never imagined were possible ever six months ago. I honestly don't know what the future holds but I'm excited to find out.
Aside from the tour, do you have any big projects coming up for fans to look forward to?
Honestly I'm just filming a ton right now. I'm working on Halloween videos, fall videos and winter videos. I feel like this is such a good time to be a part of YouTube because of all of the festivities and holidays coming up. It's my favorite time to watch YouTube videos and to film them. It's the most memorable time of the year so I just want to get super involved with my channel right now and make as many videos as possible. I also want to travel a lot and vlog wherever I go.
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