Yuya, among the Mexican women who lead the business world


It seems that the 26-year-old Mexican girl is already one of the most important businesswomen in our country

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The business sector in Mexico is also headed by a long list of women, who everyday surprise more in the world of business and finance for their ability to obtain great economic results that not only raise their economy and their name but also His talent as investors, such is the case of YouTuber Mariand Castrejón Castañeda, better known as Yuya, who is already positioned as one of the 10 most important women in the country.

yuya palette metamorphosis

According to the High Level platform, which every year is given the task of investigating who are the Mexican women who stand out in the business sector for their direction and financial vision, the Mexican YouTuber has taken important steps with its line of cosmetics. 

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After several years and planning and dreaming of launching a line of cosmetics that was to your liking and preference, Yuya ventured in 2017 to create a collection with Republic Cosmetic, called ‘Dancing together’, with which he captivated not only his audience YouTube, also dozens of people who are fans of beauty, because their products have definitely become the ‘must-have’ of cosmetology, since their ‘ cruelty-free’ philosophy has encouraged several to continue buying their items.

Yuya’s makeup line includes several items, among them: brushes, lipsticks, shadows, blushes, enamels, eyeliners, mascara, creams and even tattoo stamps.

Yuya makeup

Singer Siddhartha’s girlfriend has managed to position her brand as one of the favorites in the market, so she has also obtained the number eight position in the list of the 10 most important women rubbing shoulders with other impressive women such as Eva Gonda de Rivera, majority shareholder of the conglomerate, FEMSA, who inherited from her husband, Eugenio Garza Lagüera, the presidency of the main bottler and distributor of Coca Cola for Latin America and also owns the OXXO stores. 

Eva Gonda de Rivera

In this list are also María Asunción Aramburuzabala, owner of Grupo Modelo; Blanca Treviño, president and CEO of Softtek, and Bertha González Nieves, who has gone down in history as the first tequila teacher, and before founding her own tequila brand, Casa Dragón, was a director of Grupo José Cuervo

 María Asunción Aramburuzabala

Meet Yuya, the 25-Year-Old Vlogger Who Makes $100,000 A Month

The average 25-year-old is mostly just trying to figure out life. But Yuya, a Mexican fashion and beauty vlogger, is not a normal millennial. On a regular basis, her 9-to-5 involves talking to more than 30 million followers on social media and YouTube, attending sponsored events, and sharing her tips on how to look your best.

Yuya, a nickname she’s had since childhood, has vlogged for almost 10 years now and published two books. Her casual demeanor and peer-to-peer recommendation videos have made Yuya one of the most well-known and highest-paid YouTube vloggers in the world, with more than 12 million Instagram followers.

The Cuernavaca-born vlogger is so famous she reportedly has a bigger security team than Manuel López Obrador, the president-elect of Mexico. But lately, her fans raised alerts when they noticed that Yuya’s bodyguards cut off access to the influencer, often blocking followers from taking photos and media from interviewing her. It’s hard to say why a vlogger needs so much security, but she certainly has the bank to pay for it.

Here are five things you know about Yuya, whose monthly salary is an estimated $100,000

1. She is one of the highest-paid YouTubers in the world.

2. Her real name is Mariand Castrejón.

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3. She’s published two books.

4. She started her YouTube channel as a 16-year-old student.

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5. She has a star on the Las Vegas Walk of Fame

Source: revistaclase.mx, remezcla.mx

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