March 9, 2021News
TikTok is our new favourite social media app. There is something on there for everyone, whatever your interests are. It’s replaced our morning and evening Instagram scrolling session. TikTok has become our daily source of inspiration for everything from weight-loss to managing money to learning about the latest trends. We’re rounding up seven TikTok stars that you need to hit ‘follow’ for.
If you want some body positivity on your timeline, visit Flo Simpson’s profile. Her 600k+ followers have followed her sustainable weight loss journey. She preaches the message of “love the skin you’re in”. Her videos focus on sharing content about what she eats in the day and plus-size fashion hauls.
Nabela brings a moment of joy to our day. Her videos focus on what she calls her ‘pockets of peace’¸ the little things in her daily life that make her feel good. Whether it’s pouring an iced coffee or running a bubble bath, Nabela will teach you the essentials of self-care and wellness. You can follow her cooking videos and her at-home projects.
If you’re reading this, you’re probably a fashionista. Brittany Xavier is one of the biggest fashion bloggers on TikTok, with 3.5m followers and almost 120m links. Her videos of pranking her husband and daughter have all gone viral. Brittany is the always ahead of the fashion trends and gives you’re a behind the scenes look of being a fashion blogger.
If you have a sweet tooth, the @foodies TikTok account is for you. It brings together all the viral food related videos in one spot so you can endlessly scroll for hours. You might even learn something new about your favourite fast-food restaurant or Starbucks order.
Do you want to learn about how you can save money without going on a shopping ban? Tori Dunlap teaches you everything you need to know about cultivating your wealth and saving money without missing out on the nicer things in life. Along with helping you save 100k, Tori will also teach you how to ask for a raise and scale-up your career.
Hannah is the girl who spilt the beans on Kendall Jenner’s 818 tequila brand. Her impressive detective work told us all about the supermodel’s alcohol brand before the reality star had a chance to announce it. Follow her TikTok to keep up to date with everything 818 and Kardashian related.
Do you want some wholesome content on your TikTok feed? Kellie Gerardi is a literal NASA astronaut who is at the heart of #spacetok. Her daughter Delta V is all over her TikTok feed and you can follow along as Kellie teaches her daughter all about space exploration. She’s also written her own book ‘Not Necessarily Rocket Science’ , with plans to release a children’s book. Even if you’re not a space nerd, you’ll want to give Kellie and Delta V a follow.
Do you ever look at the clouds and wish they were edible? Well, with the help of a TikTok trend, you can have the next best thing. Cloud bread is easier to make and a beginner-friendly recipe. All you need is three ingredients to make this fluffy cloud-inspired treat. Warning: you’ll want to share this recipe all over your social media feed. Make sure to take a photo of your bread before you dig into it.
TikTok is an app most of us swore to stay away from before the pandemic. A lot can change in a year. It’s now an app we look at before even checking out Instagram or Twitter. The app, which is dominated by Generation Z and Millennials, has come to dominate the fashion trends. Who would have thought the app would have the power to cancel skinny jeans? We’re rounding up a few of our favorite fashion trends from TikTok that everyone is obsessed with.
When the pandemic hit, most of us finally decided to get on TikTok. Since then, the app has rivaled Instagram for its ability to start a trend and make something go viral. It’s turned average people into celebrities and dominated the fashion industry by setting trends and canceling skinny jeans. We’re rounding up five of the biggest TikTok-inspired Fashion trends that you don’t want to miss out on.
Since March 2020, most of us tend to shop via online websites instead of visiting malls. As a result of an increase in traffic in this area, the eCommerce industry has grown exponentially. As this deadly disease spread fast, online eCommerce for retailers. According to Digital Commerce 360, the growth in eCommerce sales in 2019 is expected to shoot up by 30%.