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Interview with: Brogan Tate



Have you heard of Brogan on you tube? If not, lets update you! Brogan is a huge hit on YouTube, who Vlogs her way though the Internet. From beauty tips to trek America Vlogs. Get your popcorn ready to catch up on all things girlie! Thanks to YouTube, Brogan has become a role model to a lot of her subscribers. Not only does she focuse on her camera lense but on her two jobs as well! This confident, happy, young lady is a real darling who will befriend anyone she meets, join Brogan on her Vlogger  journey. Here, you can find out if she really loves pancakes more then she says she does!? 


1-what's in your makeup bag? 
Too much probably! My favourites are Benefit They're Real Mascara and Urban Decay Naked Lipstick.

2--Tell me about your proudest achievement?
When I won 'Business Woman Of The Future' award at the Venus Awards when I was 18 for studying and running my own business at a young age.

3--Where would you like to be in blogging/Vlogging  five years from now?
The goal/dream is to hopefully make it my full time career.

4--Can you name some of your favourite bloggers/Vloggers  and explain why they are your favourites?
It's so hard to narrow down! My current favourites are: Grace from UglyFaceOfBeauty, she's so real, funny and covers topics others don't. Joe Weller, again he cracks me up, especially his Internet Melt videos! Finally LucyAndLydia, their editing is amazing recently.

5--What do you find the most frustrating aspect of what you do?
Having little or no time! Working two jobs and juggling and blog and channel doesn't give me lots of time to achieve all my bright ideas sometimes.

6--In the future where do you hope your Vlog  will take you?
Travelling, I'd really love to see more of the world and share it online.

7-Have you met anyone interesting/famous on your vlogging journey?
I've met many famous and interesting people including a few of the cast from Made In Chelsea, The Saturdays and Neon Jungle to name a few.

8- What would you say that is the greatest satisfaction of being a Vlogger?
Compliments. Nothing brightens my days and makes creating content more rewarding than someone telling you you've made their day or they think you're a role model. Super flattering and a massive confident boost too.

9-nail polish or lipstick ? which product /brand and why?
Nail Polish - I'm not a massive lipstick girl surprisingly and having nice nails always makes me feel nice. I'm currently loving Essie and Sally Hanson.

10- pancakes or cocktails ?
Oooh, that's a hard one! Probably pancakes, sugar and lemon are my favs!


Thank you brogan for taking part in the interview
For more on brogan head to: 

Twitter- @brogantatexo
Instagram - Brogantatexo 
YouTube - www.youtube.co.uk/brogantatexo 
Blog - www.brogantatexo.co.uk 


I hope you enjoyed the read 
Lots of love 
Natasha 
xXx

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