Top beauty blogs in the US are expected to announce a host of new guests this week, including one of the most sought-after influencers in the industry, and the country’s biggest beauty blogger.
In an exclusive invitation, The Huffington Pics invited its readers to a conference in New York City on Wednesday to discuss their experiences, their ideas and their future.
The event, hosted by the website’s parent company, Digg, will feature celebrity bloggers and industry insiders from the world of beauty.
The conference will be a chance for bloggers to share their experiences and their ideas with the public.
HuffPost’s editors and contributors will be joined by prominent bloggers from the industry.
In addition to the women of the blogging world, the attendees include: Digg chief executive officer and cofounder Evan Kiel, a member of the Forbes 500; BeautyBlitz.com cofounder and CEO Michelle McVay; BeautyBlogger.com founder and editor in chief Amy Wachter; and blogger/writer Julia Hahn, the wife of ESPN’s NBA basketball analyst and current NBA analyst, John Hahn.
“We want to share the amazing experiences that have made us the most successful bloggers and influencers and inspire future women and men to do the same,” the invitation reads.
“We are looking forward to the opportunity to meet some of the world’s most successful women, as well as our fellow beauty bloggers.”
HuffPo editors and writers will meet the stars of beauty in the coming weeks to discuss the industry and to help create the best content possible.
The panelists include former models, actors, and actresses; fashion and beauty bloggers; bloggers from all walks of life; and fashion and lifestyle bloggers who have worked with brands like Chanel, Marc Jacobs, and Dolce & Gabbana.
HuffPics has also invited top influencers from the beauty industry, including model and actress Arianne Zucker; actress-turned-activist Julia Hart, who is also a founder of the nonprofit beauty blog, The Big Picture; and the cofounder of The Honest Company, Anna Wintour.
In addition to all of the panelists, HuffPo will also be inviting an exclusive invite-only audience to the event.
The first 200 people to sign up will get to meet the hosts, which include actress-and-model-turned reality television star Kim Kardashian West, fashion designer Cindy Lee, and former model and fashion blogger Rachel Sklar.
The event will be hosted by Digg founder and chief executive Evan Kabel, who will be accompanied by a full-time executive producer and producer for the Huffington Post, as part of a partnership that was announced last month.
The conference is part of the HuffingtonPics partnership with Digg to help amplify content from The Huffington.
As part of its efforts to help the Huffington post grow, HuffPics is also launching a new feature called “the Huffington Post Insider,” which will bring together bloggers who are part of The Huffington’s digital and social media platforms, and give readers a better insight into the content they publish.
The program, which will launch in March, will also offer an exclusive preview of the content and guests that will be featured at the conference.
During the first week of the conference, HuffPost will also host a live blog and panel discussion that will feature interviews with industry leaders, influencers, and other experts.
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