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Cosmetology teacher Bianca MiSSladyship Live.me broadcasts her day-to-day life

Everyday, Bianca angles herself at the camera.

The 35-year-old cosmetology teacher, from New South Wales, makes sure every detail of her day-to-day doesn’t go unrecorded.

And astonishingly, more than 300,000 of her fans avidly await their daily dose of her life as they tune into her live channel to hear about her day.

When she’s not working at her full-time job, Bianca, otherwise known as MiSSladyship, runs her own reality channel where she broadcasts 40 hours a week.

And the makeup artist has turned her online musings on Live.me into a lucrative side hustle earning up to $6,500 a month.

Bianca runs her own live channel where she broadcasts her day-to-day life 40 hours a week

When she’s not working at her full-time job, Bianca, otherwise known as MiSSladyship, runs her own reality channel where she broadcasts 40 hours a week (pictured on her channel)

‘The conversations on my channel covers a wide range of topics, many of them sparked by things in my daily life. My topics are endless because I let it flow naturally with a lot of laughter, banter, and life advice,’ she told Daily Mail Australia.

‘For example, I might start the stream talking about my recent visit to the dentist or something funny that happened at the supermarket earlier in the day. 

‘I find that these everyday moments are a great way to get the conversation going because it’s something everyone can relate to.

‘More than a scripted show, my streams are all about encouraging conversation by listening and responding in a manner that fits the circumstance, whether it be casual, comical, serious or heartfelt.’

Bianca explained she comes up with 40 hours worth of content every week by documenting her day-to-day life.

‘It all flows very naturally to me because I’m naturally good at maintaining conversations, which is a long way of saying that I love to talk and rarely run out of things to say,’ she said.

‘I have people from all over the world tune in, so it gives me a chance to explore their culture and learn about different regions.

‘I also like talking about my day-to-day life and experiences. I’m essentially gathering content all throughout my day until it’s time to broadcast.

‘I’m playful and I don’t take myself overly seriously so I like to have fun with my community and share personal stories infused with humour.

‘I like to discuss life issues with my viewers and debate different ways to deal with personal challenges people are facing. This could be as simple as encouraging people to open up by asking them how their day was.’

On average, Bianca earns about AUD $4,500 a month - and in March, she made nearly $6,500

On average, Bianca earns about AUD $4,500 a month – and in March, she made nearly $6,500

The cosmetology teacher (centre) talks to her fans about a range of topic, including her life and makeup tutorials 

The cosmetology teacher (centre) talks to her fans about a range of topic, including her life and makeup tutorials 

Astonishingly, more than 300,000 of her fans avidly await their daily dose of her life as they tune into her live channel to hear about her day

Bianca revealed she also encourages her fans to open up about their own issues and she helps them overcome any challenges they face in their lives.

‘Once, a viewer told me she had broken up with her partner so I spent a chunk of my stream talking to her about it,’ she said. 

‘I may not have all the answers but I can provide my own perspective based on my own experiences.

‘Most people just want to feel heard so I try to improve their day through real conversation. Once in a while, my female viewers want makeup tips and product recommendations, so we’ll review products together.’

And while 40 hours is an equivalent to a typical 9-5 job, Bianca said she always finds time to broadcast daily – up to three times a day.

‘Yes, 40 hours is a long time but I love what I do and it really compliments my personality,’ Bianca said. 

‘I’m well organised, so I’m able to juggle all aspects of my life extremely well. It really helps that my wonderful family members are big supporters, and my fans are well aware of my schedule. 

‘I always pre-plan with my audience so they know when to tune in.

‘When you find something you love and are very passionate about, broadcasting can fit nicely with other areas of your life. 

‘For example, I broadcast when I travel to share my experiences with my community so they feel like they’re part of the journey.’

Bianca (right with her friend) revealed she also encourages her fans to open up about their own issues and she helps them overcome any challenges they face in their lives

Bianca (right with her friend) revealed she also encourages her fans to open up about their own issues and she helps them overcome any challenges they face in their lives

And while 40 hours is an equivalent to a typical 9-5 job, Bianca said she always finds time to broadcast daily - up to three times a day

And while 40 hours is an equivalent to a typical 9-5 job, Bianca said she always finds time to broadcast daily – up to three times a day

Bianca said she found herself streaming her own channel after she stumbled across the idea on social media by chance.

‘I’m a social person by nature, so I figured I’d try streaming my own broadcast just for the fun of it and I was surprised at how successful it was,’ she said.

‘Even in my first broadcast, the community was very welcoming and encouraged me to broadcast regularly. They seemed to really enjoy my banter. 

‘Since then, I’ve gained over 300,000 fans and am loving every moment of it. I love meeting new people and building relationships, so broadcasting has become a big part of my life.’

Bianca talks about her daily musings live on her camera – and she gets to interact with her fans at the same time.

‘What really sets live broadcasting apart from other forms of social media is being able to interact with my fans in real time,’ she said. 

‘This makes the experience much more dynamic and authentic. I love being able to build personal connections with viewers and be a positive pillar in the app.

For anyone keen to try out broadcasting, the busy woman said you don't need an existing following or any prior experience to get started

For anyone keen to try out broadcasting, the busy woman said you don’t need an existing following or any prior experience to get started

Bianca said she found herself streaming her own channel after she stumbled across the idea on social media by chance

Bianca said she found herself streaming her own channel after she stumbled across the idea on social media by chance

‘I didn’t get into broadcasting to make money but it’s been amazing so far. I’m able to motivate and inspire others while supplementing my income. 

‘A lot of the broadcasters feel like they missed the YouTube boom but I think the live broadcasting is only getting started so I’m really excited about my future. This may soon become my main focus.’

On average, Bianca earns about AUD $4,500 a month – and in March, she took home nearly $6,500.

‘I’ve earned a lot more but I reinvested a lot of it into the community by gifting fellow broadcasters because I want to see the app grow. My new goal is to cash out $200 a day even after giving back to the community,’ she said.

‘I also spend part of my earnings to improve my broadcasts. Some of the money I make goes towards new outfits, makeup, lighting, utility bills and many more to make me “stream ready”. 

‘I’m also saving for a trip to the US so I can meet all my fellow broadcaster friends and go live. The app has really helped me increase my income each month, and it’s growing day by day.’ 

The 35-year-old makes sure most of the intimate details of her day doesn't go unrecorded

The 35-year-old makes sure most of the intimate details of her day doesn’t go unrecorded

For anyone keen to try out broadcasting, the busy woman said you don't need an existing following or any prior experience to get started

For anyone keen to try out broadcasting, the busy woman said you don’t need an existing following or any prior experience to get started

Bianca revealed she also encourages her fans to open up about their own issues and she helps them overcome any challenges they face in their lives

For anyone keen to try out broadcasting, the busy woman said you don’t need an existing following or any prior experience to get started.

‘The best advice I have is to just do it,’ she said.

‘Since it’s all driven by gifting from the community, you don’t have rely on advertisers or brand partnerships to make money.

‘You might not know what to talk about or the direction you want to take but just be yourself and have fun. 

‘People are drawn to authentic broadcasts. The most successful broadcasters are genuine and take the time to get to know their viewers. 

‘They share positive content that’s driven by love, not hate. And most importantly, know that you’re in this together. It’s a community, not a one-person show.

‘This experience for me has been the most incredible journey. I’m so excited to be a part of it and see how it evolves. 

‘It has changed my life for the better and I would encourage everyone to give it a try. I believe it has something for everyone and everyone can benefit in different ways.’



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