The world needs more beauty influencers like this Glam Goth, she literally does artwork on her face and it is much appreciated. Marley Mitch, is the CEO of Glam Goth she is an amazing, dope creative, bad bitch who will slay your face, jamming Playboi Carti. Growing as an individual she is rapidly building her fan base, and using social media as it should. Providing us with Snapchat tutorials on how to beat your face, and also creating wavy themes that make her stick out. Currently owning her own business Marley, isn’t your typical make up artists I feel like she should be everywhere. Her dopeness is infectious, and the world should get to know her.
What made you wanna start doing makeup?
i think it was my love for fashion that brought me to be a makeup artist. i wanted to be a fashion designer but the fashion school where i lived was just too expensive for me, so i took a year off to “find myself” and i realized that i have a true passion for makeup and just beauty in general.
I notice in your tutorials you play all types of music, how do you decide what you’re gonna listen to when you start your tutorials?
i honestly have no idea haha! it depends on what mood I’m in. for youtube i like to use underground music that relates to the look and creates a vibe. i try to use music from people i know also because i love the fact that i can use this platform to expand their listeners as well. for snapchat tutorials i like to do a mix of songs because its only 10 seconds vids so i like to keep it interesting.
Who’s your favorite artists to listen to while working on makeup?
wow this is hard, is it crazy to say that trap music makes me feel the most glamorous when I’m getting ready? i do realize i listen to a lot of Chief Keef, Playboi Carti, and Lana Del Rey when I’m getting ready and when i have clients its usually Drake and Rihanna
What music and artists influence you?
im really influenced by Amy Winehouse and Paramore. more so alternative, rock and roll, and “back in the day” music like Donna Summer and Jimi Hendrix.
How’s your Glam Goth business coming along? Are you getting a lot of good feedback?
Its going way better than i imagined, i started my company in October 2016 and have already made back like %120 profit and i just recently got my LLC so I’m like official now! but its awesome its everything that i could dream of and there is still so much that i have to do and want to do as a business owner. My supporters are amazing they are always posting pics and sending them to me for me to obsess over and i love them for that. i really do this for them so they’re feedback is whats most important to me.
If you could “beat” any artists face who would it be?
Definitely Rihanna! she’s such a badass man i just want to give her a glitter smokey eye and smoke a blunt with her honestly
I believe you’re a very influential person, what do you have to say to anyone out there chasing their dreams?
stay committed. don’t fucking give up, ever. have faith in yourself, and be patient. everything is a process and you have to put the time in. the people who we see that are up now have been doing this shit for YEARS. way longer than we even know about so please don’t compare yourself. i believe that everyone has a purpose and its not always what we think it is but the universe will lead us to our destiny eventually.
Where do you see yourself in 2 years?
Because you know a lot can change in just 1 year so where do you see yourself?
in 2 years hopefully I’m either living in New York or LA getting ready to open up a store or a pop up shop. its a hard to tell because like you said a lot can change in a year so i have no idea where ill be in 2 but i just want to be happy and healthy and bad bitch 😉
Do you do anything else other than make up?
as far as Cosmetology goes just hair and waxing, I’ve been dipping into designing my own merch here and there but nothing too major. i do however want to start making visuals soon hopefully in the fall of 2017.
Make sure to follow this Glam Goth on twitter @TheGlamGoth and support her business. She’s really about to go all the way up, and you saw her here first.