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How Model Emily DiDonato Is Using YouTube To Spread Body Positivity And Shatter Shame
Why is my kid obsessed with YouTube stars?
While working as a local makeup artist in his hometown of Bethlehem, New York , he launched his self-titled YouTube channel, posting makeup tutorials. In , he became the first male ambassador for CoverGirl after a tweet featuring his makeup went viral online. Since starting his YouTube channel, Charles has amassed over 25 million subscribers as of January In , he worked as the host, director, and co-producer of the YouTube Originals reality competition series Instant Influencer. After teaching himself how to do makeup, he soon began doing it professionally for girls in his area.
The roles of YouTube videos and YouTubers for getting information about political and societal topics are becoming gradually more important to young people. This cross-sectional quantitative study addresses this empirical gap. We analysed questionnaire data of participants and divided them into three different age groups. Overall, the participants reported a moderate watching frequency of YTPS-videos.
Model Emily DiDonato shares her struggles with body image and going from shame to self-love, Photo For all the criticism that social media tends to get when it comes to mental health issues and body image struggles, model Emily DiDonato decided to take matters into her own hands and get real about her journey from body shame to body love via her YouTube channel. The YouTube video in question went viral with over K views in two weeks.