A couple articles ago we talked about the relevancy of Vape influencers to raise the question ‘if they were still influential?’ Part two of that discussion comes in the form of an interview. We recently chatted with Vape influencer/model Farrah B of Supremacy Vapors to get insight on her daily routine and the future of Vaping post-August 8th.
- Hey Farrah! Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to participate. Can you please let the folks know out there who you are?
Thank you very much for having me. To start, I was born and raised in the City of Angels, Los Angeles. I come from a Filipino, Chinese and French background, however, my mom and dad were originally from the Philippines. I grew up in the San Fernando Valley where I got my bachelor’s degree in communications from Cal State Northridge. In the past I’ve always worked for large corporations, however, I always wanted to be my own boss with a flexible lifestyle, schedule, while still having time to do other things that I am very passionate about such as traveling and vape modeling. About 3 years ago I took the leap of faith and left my corporate job and I started my own vape company called Supremacy Vapors along with a few other online businesses which I run as my full-time gig. The vape business has allowed me to continue being a businesswoman while simultaneously being able to express my creative side with vape modeling to promote an industry, products, and people I really cherish.
- How did you get into becoming a Vape model/influencer? I am sure its something you didn’t know you were going to jump into 3+ years ago.
I never thought I would be involved in the vape industry, let alone have my own e-juice company. I’ve been involved in the vape industry for two years now and I have been modeling part-time for five years. Ever since I started modeling a few years ago I wanted to take it further. I got more involved with building a vape following on different social media channels by posting a lot of photos and videos of me vaping. My channels started to get noticed by other vape companies who wanted to work with me. So I started vape modeling for different companies in the vape industry and it is going extremely well so far.
- What does a typical day look like for you?
The first thing I do in the morning is getting ready to head to the gym. The gym wakes me up and clears my mind so I can mentally prepare for the busy day I have ahead. After working out I will head to the office to work down the list of things I need to do for the day. Music helps me work so I always have the tunes playing EDM, hip hop, r&b, just anything that gets my head bobbing. I make my own party at the office so it doesn’t seem so much like work for me. I love vaping while I work so my desk is covered with vape products. At least 8 bottles of e-juice and a couple mods in front of me. The best part of the day is getting vape mail from companies that I work with. I have a mission to try every flavor on the market ha-ha. When I’m done at the office I will head out to take photos for my clients. Modeling takes a lot of time out of my day so I have to make sure that I take as many sets I can when I can. Once the photos are done I can’t wait to unwind with some vape therapy. This is when I get to try all the new products I got and share them with the vape community on social media. I love the response I get from those who follow me.