Logan Paul has finally gone one poor-taste video too far for YouTube.Right at the end of 2017, Paul filmed a video in Japan's Aokigahara Forest, which appeared to show the body of a man who had recently died of suicide. The graphic video—which Paul uploaded to YouTube for his 15 million followers to see—immediately triggered in widespread backlash. Now, YouTube has finally cracked down on Paul, halting several of his original projects and removing his channel from its Google Preferred advertising client, one of the key ways YouTubers monetize their videos.Need help keeping up on Paul's chaotic two weeks? Here's a timeline of the whole debacle.Late December: Logan goes to JapanPart of Logan Paul's video schtick includes international travel, where he goes to other places and interacts with locals in various brash, if not offensive, ways. Before the suicide video brought his trip to a sour ending, highlights included videos like WE FOUGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF TOKYO (there is … [Read more...] about Logan Paul Punished for Graphic ‘Suicide Forest’ Video: A Full Timeline of the YouTube Debacle
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These looks weren't created by typical makeup artists. We asked top YouTube beauty stars to curate them just for Women's Health readers, and here's why: These women know exactly what works on your face—collectively, they've tested hundreds of products and filmed 1,000+ videos for nearly 3 million subscribers! Press play on a look before your next night out. Look #1: Cranberry BlissCarli Bybel Carli's her name and glam's her game. In addition to the bold makeup looks she demos on her channel, Carli sprinkles in cool insider tricks. Two we've watched on repeat: The "nonsurgical nose job" (i.e., facial contouring) and "makeup mistakes to avoid," a tutorial of do's and don'ts for wearing eye shadow, blush, and more.Top Tip: "Apply your mascara in front of a fan. It somehow makes lashes look 10 times longer!"Play-by-PlayEyes: The goal is glowy neutrals. Brush a champagne eye shadow over lids and under lower lashes, a matte light-brown shadow in the crease, and … [Read more...] about 3 Holiday Makeup Ideas From YouTube Stars
Since he was a kid in Stilwell, Kansas, Michael Stevens has been explaining stuff. "I wouldn't sing and dance, like some kids destined to be entertainers," he says. "I would sit there, pretend I had an audience and say, 'Well, this is how we think the dinosaurs died, or this is why hotels fold the toilet paper into a pointy triangle.'"Fortunately, there's now YouTube or Stevens would still be sitting somewhere talking to himself. The 28-year-old—who holds a joint degree from the University of Chicago in English literature and neuropsychology—hosts Vsauce, a YouTube channel where 8 million subscribers watch him answer what would happen if the earth stopped spinning, whether we will ever run out of new music, and other questions most people ask only when they're stoned.(Age 28 may seem a little young for a genius. But some studies suggest that cognitive decline could begin as early as age 24. So at this point, Stevens may nowhere to go but down. Read more at "Are Your … [Read more...] about Can We Stump the Man Who Knows Everything?
YouTube star Ingrid Nilsen is obsessed with hair right now. Part of that has to do with the book she's currently reading: Me, Myself, and My Hair: Twenty-seven Women Untangle an Obsession, which is a collection of essays about the complex and telling relationships women have with their hair. But it also has to do with the fact that she just chopped most of hers off. “It’s fascinating and really cool to read all these stories and get a little taste of where each person has come from and how far they’ve gone in their lives, just based on their hair story,” she tells WomensHealthMag.com over the phone. “Your hair is something that can represent what's going on politically in the world and what you’re feeling personally. Your hair can represent your sexuality, it can represent your religion, it can represent so many things.”If hair is symbolic of one’s journey, Ingrid’s hair, which, post-chop, is now a short, graduated bob … [Read more...] about How Coming Out Has Given YouTube Star Ingrid Nilsen the Chance to Be Her True Self
Whether you are an avid tweeter, write a blog, or are a novice to professional social media, your online presence has the power to connect you with potential patients just down the street or colleagues working on similar research across the world. Having a strong online voice is part of your brand. Any communication by or about you, such as your name being listed on your practice's website, is part of your brand. Taking control of how you are perceived by others helps to build your professional reputation. Whether you want to expand your practice, find colleagues to collaborate with, or are looking for career opportunities, your reputation is key to achieving your goals. In a recent article on branding, we brought you tips on how to define and establish your brand. Here, we delve deeper into how to capitalize on the most useful professional social media platforms for physicians. LinkedIn is the world's largest professional network, with more than 500 million registered users … [Read more...] about The top five social media tools for physicians
Eleven years ago, YouTube was still in its infancy and the term “beauty blogger” was yet to be invented. Some of the girls whose followers reach the highest realms of seven digits today were still in primary school back then. Nonetheless, in a few short years, resourceful women everywhere have found a way to make their mark on the beauty industry, and have opened the door to countless YouTube channels devoted to swatches, tutorials, reviews and sneak previews. If you don’t follow the industry, and are not in the least interested in makeup or beauty products, you will most likely view the army of bloggerinas as a bunch of silly girls, talking to a camera about the insane amount of money they’ve spent on a product they didn’t need. Beauty is, however, not at all skin deep, and there is much your teen girl can learn from a beauty blogger. Having several million people value your opinion, be it about mascara, does not make you a silly girl – it makes … [Read more...] about Beauty Digest: The Power of YouTube