In four years, Jamie Genevieve has gone from a shop shop maker's girl to senses of social media, giving more than a million Instagram followers and 750,000 subscribers on YouTube.
Jamie has a lip piece named after her and is working closely with "about 15" of the world's beauty brands, going to venues including The Hamptons, Dubai, New York , Las Vegas to Maldives.
For her followers, her life is incredible with helicopters, parties and celebrities as actor Drew Barrymore.
Hard to refuse the 25-year-old is "an influential". If it likes something, it flows off the shelves.
But Jamie hates the word.
"Influence. That word and word give me a bucket," he said.
"It's almost like it's a treatment – treats people to buy things. I do not.
"I'm not a good miter."
"I will not work with things that I do not believe in. I will not promote it unless I like it.
"My directors are my home internet home and I'm very proud of what we have built on the truth."
Jamie Grant was born to Jamie and she was raised on a housing estate at Nicicoultry, in Clackmannanshire in central Scotland.
She says she is a "dad" girl who always played outdoors.
At age 11, he moved to Glasgow and then left school early, decided to work and make money for her.
And he seems to have done enough of it.
& We're worried about money & # 39;
Jamie said: "I've said it has changed my life and my life, that does not even touch it.
"This is the difference that he has made in my family not to worry more.
"My family has not been supportive of me, no matter what I've chosen to do, so it all came.
"I took my mother and dad to Sri Lanka for Christmas. They would never have been anywhere like that in front of them.
"Not just having to worry." Because we have worried. "
Jamie says she has found a cosmetic when she was about 15 years old.
"It was so exciting because it was something I love," she said.
He worked his way up the hierarchy of Glasgow's cosmetics counterparts and soon became apparent that she had a way with people.
"I love talking to people and I think that's how YouTube has worked," he said.
"People would come in and they would sit down for an hour.
"I would make their cosmetics and we would spend the whole time and everyone would leave and they would always call me – and that's probably not normal. "
Brands are paid to promote their products in its videos and Instagram jobs. She also earns advertising on her YouTube channel.
The opportunities are now discharged, with a document for the new BBC Scotland television channel of the name Jamie Genevieve: # Not filtered by air on February 25.
He created his own lip string for MAC and could produce its own products to be far away.
Jamie is expanding its growing growing base of baseball by posting weekly cosmetic tutorials and lifestyle vlogs as well as everyday Instagram "look" posts.
Like many YouTubers, she does not reveal her earnings but he remembers the first day that she "won more in a day than I was in a month" and says she does not have to no longer worry about ending.
How did she do it?
Jamie often encounters young people who want to follow her.
He said: "It makes me want to apologize to parents when they say they want to make makeup."
She was not a easy trip to success, she said – but she was "tired" and tagged the right people in her jobs.
He said: "I worked for two jobs. I would go to work, come home, video and edit video and then I'll get up and go back to the work.
"And I did that old.
"You just start a YouTube channel and tie your job.
"It's about the work you put in. It's an open platform. Anyone can do it."
Botox and lip filler
Jamie is also unconscious about her promotion of cosmetic procedures.
His vlogs include Botox and "top-ups" lip fills and she has said that her followers can see the changes clearly by comparing her identity.
She says she does not think if there is any objection because everyone has "chosen".
Jamie 's partner in work and life is joking Jack McCann, who met her at the T in the Park music festival.
Jack, 25 years old and ex-bricklayer, coincides with airplane and helicopters around the world, filming and editing his records and creating exciting pictures.
He is also seen in his vlogs and has a huge Instagram following himself.
In the documentary, Jamie is making a greeting meeting at Debenhams in Glasgow, where she worked with the cosmetics counters.
There is a long line of young women waiting for her, a process of "mini-Jamies" in "warm smoking eye and nude lip". The staff – some of them recall Jamie – are entertaining.
Jamie explained: "They told me," Are all of these older people here for you? & # 39; "
She feels she can be more than a cosmetic trainer for her followers. If she has to be an influential, she would prefer to influence important ways.
"I want people to feel confident in themselves and not think about other people," he said.
"People come to meet their mother – then their mother comes and see me back to thank me and say," Oh, she did not do very good things and you've helped it with your videos confidently.
"If I'm helping people like this, that's great to know that I'm helping people at a deep level.
"And I'd love to do more."
Jamie gives a lot of free ideas to women's reserves.
He said: "Some people may not think that's important but these products make you feel good.
"Imagine you're a mother and you do not have money left. That's a small way we donate and give something back."
Jamie Genevieve – #Unfiltered – BBC Scotland channel, Monday 25 February at 23:00 on Thursday February 28 at 20:00.