What is Tati Westbrook’s Net Worth?

YouTuber Tati Westbrook is known for her glam videos and hair, skin, and nail vitamins. But recently, she has been making headlines for a very different reason. Her feud with beauty guru, James Charles.

The two used to commonly make videos together and were so close that Charles referred to Westbrook as “mom.” He even did her makeup for her wedding.

But the relationship came crashing down when Charles decided to post an ad for Sugar Bear Hair, a direct competitor for Westbrook’s Halo Beauty.

While people may be focusing on the feud between these two, Westbrook is much more than drama. She has had a longstanding beauty career and will continue to have one once all of this hype dies down.

How did Westbrook get started on YouTube?

Westbrook hails from Seattle, Washington. From a young age, she knew that she wanted to work with beauty. As she got older, she became an image consultant and would work with clients to improve their brands.

In 2010, she launched her YouTube channel, GlamLifeGuru. The channel features beauty routines, makeup tutorial videos, personal anecdotes, and more.

How does Westbrook make money?

Since launching her YouTube channel, Westbrook has gained over 9 million subscribers. Her channel averages over 30 million views per month, which has turned it into a multi-million dollar venture.

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In addition, Westbrook launched Halo Beauty last year. The company sells vitamins for hair, skin, and nails.

What is Westbrook’s net worth?

Westbrook is currently worth $1.2 million.

She typically uploads five YouTube videos a week. Her videos commonly get around 880,000 views per day and every 1,000 views are worth about $2-$5.

This would mean that her page would make around $1,600 per day, which would be $600,000 per year just from the ads on the videos.

Will Westbrook and Charles be friends again?

It seems the relationship between Charles and Westbrook is officially over. On Friday, the star uploaded “BYE SISTER,” a 43-minute video that called Charles out and explained Westbrook’s position in the feud.

“My relationship with James Charles is not transactional,” she said in the video. “This is me having someone who I mentored, someone who I cared for, really not care for me. … I wrapped so much love around this kid. … I absolutely loved James Charles. My husband loved James Charles. He had an open door here in my home, anytime he had a problem, anytime he needed life advice, business advice, we were here for him.”

In the video, she officially ended her longstanding friendship with Charles.

“This is more than just a sponsored post,” she said. “It has layers. There’s so much going on with James Charles right now that I do not support. That I do not agree with. Fame, power, and a fat bank account will change almost anyone. And if you don’t have people who will tell you to your face that you’re doing the wrong things, you will change. I tried to be that person for you, I really tried. I don’t think there’s any getting through with you and I don’t want to be friends with you. I don’t want to be associated with you. And I need to say that publicly so that this chapter will be closed.”