I was recently approached by a fellow Uni-goer who works with Soap and Glory and she asked me whether I was interested in joining her. Yass, Soap and Glory! I have loved S&G for years and will always be a die-hard fan. Their bath and body products are top notch but when it comes to their makeup, for me, it's a little unexplored.
Soap and Glory are hiring students across the UK to become a Glambassador. The role means that you will be spreading all the glam and fabulousness around Uni for the year and the best will be offered an internship at Soap and Glory and a visit to the NYC offices- how brilliant does that sound? I need to let you all know what makes my University kick-ass.
What makes UWE kick-ass?
I'm currently studying English and Journalism at the University of the West of England. The past two and a half years have been exciting and I have learn't so much. The Uni is welcoming to all and always has doors open if you need help and has so many options to help you progress. We have the whole shebang. We are placed in the most creative and diverse city in the UK! There is so much going on outside of your lectures- from sports clubs to societies, UWE has it all. Bristol is the friendliest city I have ever been to and the people really reflect that. We are a hard-working Uni and year after year we improve and excel in everything and that is why we kick-ass!
Why do I want to be a glambassador?
When I read the job description, I was basically reading my CV. It is perfect for me, promoting beauty and Soap and Glory products to students is right up my street! I have been blogging for almost three years about this very subject and have been in love with Soap and Glory for probably almost 10 years. Makeup and beauty is my hobby and I think my blog really shows this. I want to show and prove to students that might not know how brilliant and affordable Soap and Glory is.
So, S&G, pluck me!
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