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How to get into vlogging, with Scarlett Dixon

6 min, 32 sec read
9:30 AM | 28 March 2017
by Hollie Wong
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We had a chat with fashion and health blogger and vlogger Scarlett Dixon on how you can get into vlogging.

The rise of blogging and vlogging has allowed fashion enthusiasts, travelling nomads and fun families to put their lives, quite literally online.

It's an exciting time for the Youtubing vloggers and online bloggers of the world. The opportunity to build your own online platform, and therefore your own online persona, has never been easier.

So we sat done with blogging extraordinaire, Scarlett Dixon whose fashion, health and travel blog, Scarlett London, celebrates living well and exploring everything from beauty tips to travel experiences.

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