Richest Australian Influencers: High Web Worths
10. Lauren Curtis
Instagram followers: 1.4 million
The 26-year-old beauty blogger and YouTuber is Australia’s next beauty pageant, with Chloe Morello and her 3.5 million YouTube subscribers, as well as her 1.4 million Instagram followers. The total cost is estimated at $ 500,000 AUD, thanks to a partnership with Colgate, Garnier and Bosot Juice.
9. Nicole Warne
Instagram followers: 1.7 million
One of Australia’s most popular bloggers thanks to her online dedication, 29-year-old Gary Pepper Girl is now a real contributor and is currently working with some of the world’s top celebrities, such as Chanel, Valentino, Ralph Lauren and Armani. They are mentioned Forbes’ The ‘30 Under 30 ’list of powerful people, and he finds most of his business by serving as director, corporate consultant and ambassador for senior writing.
8. Lauren Bullen
Instagram followers: 2.1 million
Under the hook @gypsealust, Bullen gained a lot of followers following his travels, accompanied by Jack Morris, who has many followers at @doyoutravel. According to an interview the couple provided UK Worldwide, each gets a $ 3000 USD Instagram post, but can get up to $ 7500 USD post. Bullen also makes money from his favorite Instagram posts, which he sells for $ 77 USD pop.
7. Gabby Epstein
Instagram followers: 2.2 million
The designer and designer, who also owns the YouToube channel, has a crush on everything from Bondi Sands to Revolve and re-established her underwear, Gabrielle Grace. Its total cost is estimated at $ 400,000.
6. Pia Muehlenbeck
Instagram followers: 2 million
Muehlenbeck is a full-time creative lawyer and qualified lawyer, who also owns a blog, Finding The Finer, and a dress with beautiful embellishments and swimwear called SLINKII. I am to compare that its entire net is about $ 500,000. On top of his findings, Muehlenbeck is a colleague of writers such as Tommy Hilfiger, Diamond Exchange, Mecca Maxima and Beefeater Gin.
5. Oakley Tash
Instagram followers: 2 million
The Australian bikini brand Los Angeles Oakley became famous for his blog, A Bikini A Day, founded by his partner Devin Brugman. Since then, he has launched a live page, The Swim Report, with his swim name, Swimming Monday. Oakley did not disclose his earnings in his media career, but once he traded with Range Rover and Pantene, in addition to his earnings, you could say he was a six-person stakeholder. “We’ve been making a lot of money slowly over the years, but basically all the money we make goes back to business and the things we love,” he said. 60 minutes.
4. Tammy Hembrow
Instagram followers: 9.4 million
The bravery of bloggers Tammy Hembrow was greatly encouraged when she first became acquainted with Khloé Kardashian, and Kardashian made her one of the faces of her best brand, Good American. Since then, Hembrow’s power has grown and grown, forming partnerships with a number of supportive companies, including its own clothing brand, Saski Collection. Today, Hembrow can earn up to $ 85,000 per post.
3. Emily Skye
Instagram followers: 2.5 million
On her Instagram account, @emilyskyefit, the trainer and mother of one formed a women’s fitness team to compete with Kayla Itsines. In 2017, he appeared on Australian Economic AnalysisThe Young Man’s List, in which the paper covers $ 32 million, thanks to his commercial support and the money he earns from the diet he wrote and wrote about.
2. Jane Lu
Instagram followers: 165,000
While her readers may not be as large as others on the list, Lu, AKA @thelazyceo, is the founder of the clothing company Showpo and has made a lot of money from the business. He first appeared on the List of Young Rich in 2017, and Adequate price of $ 32 million with a view to transforming $ 100 million and its business by 2020.
1. Kayla Itsines
Instagram followers: 11.3 million
Not surprisingly, a fitness instructor Kayla Itsines picks up the list with her $ 486 million budget (all the money along with her friend Tobi Pearce), thanks to her international Bikini Body Guide work and the Sweat program. In 2018, he took fifth place on the AFR Young Rich List with Pearce.