"I think dream jobs will always evolve as you yourself evolve. When I was in college, originally my dream job was to just do character design for a gaming company. I would’ve been completely happy and content doing that.
In a way, this YouTube phenomenon just happened and I felt like, if I’m going to do this, I’m going to put my whole heart into it. So I put that dream on the side and decided to do my career on makeup on YouTube. At that moment, it sounded really strange and people didn’t really understand what it was, but today YouTubers have more credentials in the industry rather than what it was three years ago. So I would say, right now, it’s definitely my dream job. But essentially, I’ve always wanted to create art and share it with the world. I think that as long as my core is still the same, I’m always going to be happy with what I’m doing."