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Beauty, money & success! Have it all before 30!

They’re young, confident and beautiful! They have it all and so could you! “Successful people start before they're ready”, says Richard Branson…and he knows what he’s talking about!

Who are the youngest fashion and beauty gurus of the moment? Admired, followed and imitated!

Essie Button (24), a Canadian blogger with 173,000 followers on Twitter, and many fans waiting to follow her precious beauty advice. She has a very lively blog, packed with cute illustrations and full of beauty news and product-kit reviews. On her YouTube channel, you'll always find product details, tutorials and loads of positivity and happiness.

Michelle Phan (29), the American super-blogger has nearly seven million YouTube subscribers, an enviable contract with a famous beauty company and a slick, but fun, website with beauty advice to help you get a perfect look from head to toe. Nice, huh?

Chiara Ferragni (28), started her fashion blog The Blonde Salad in 2009 when she was only 22. In March 2011, New York introduced her as "One of the biggest breakout street-style stars of the year". Ferragni was profiled as the Blogger of the Moment in Teen Vogue, while still a law student at Bocconi University and working as a fashion designer. By that time, her blog had reached more than 1 million visitors and 12 million impressions per month. Now she has no less than 5.3 million followers on Instagram. Strike a pose!

Leandra Medine (27), is an American author and fashion blogger best known for The Man Repeller, a humorous website for serious fashion. She achieved great recognition when she was only 24, featured in Forbes's "Top 30 under 30" as one of the year's "most influential trendsetters. The Man Repeller was recognized in TIME's "25 Best Blogs of 2012".

Coco Chanel, before she was a legend of fashion and a commercial success, Coco Chanel started out designing hats. She became a licensed millionaire (hat maker) in 1910 and opened a boutique at 21 rue Cambon, Paris, named Chanel Modes. She was only 27.

The conclusion is that you’re never too young to be successful in the beauty industry! If you love it, they will follow! They proved it! Now it’s your turn!