Blog Writer

Posted/Last Revised: 21st May, 2019

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Are You an Undiscovered Beauty Writer?

Hi there, we’re Fancii & Co! We’re looking for a freelance ghost writer who is passionate about all things beauty, but before we get into that, a little bit about us –

Fancii provides lighted makeup mirrors  to professional and amateur makeup artists and skincare lovers alike. We’ve been featured on QVC, American Airlines travel magazine (American Way), The Today Show and we have our products in Urban Outfitters, and other retailers in addition to our own brand site. We sell to over 35 countries around the world, and our HQ is located in the heart right here in Edmonton.

We want every woman who uses makeup or skincare products to fall in love with what they see in the mirror – and it all starts with great lighting that they can use anywhere at home or on the go.

Now here’s where you come in! We’re currently on the search for a freelance ghost writer who can write blog articles about makeup, skincare and beauty and tie in our lovely makeup mirrors and other beauty tools. Importantly, you must have a passion for beauty – you follow the latest trends, try out new techniques; you know what a gua sha is, your vanity drawer is a rainbow of palettes, and you’ve likely blogged about your latest microblading experience.

Fancii is looking to provide value to our customers and online audience, and adding a content writer is our next step. We need someone who is responsive and who can easily write 1,000 – 1,500 words on beauty.  We would start with 1 post and evaluate the fit. You can expect some back and forth edits, but we really want you to be creative and have personality while being informative.

We want to help women reveal their inner beauty and feel confident about themselves from the inside out. If you think you may be the right fit for the position and for our brand, please provide your resume along with three samples of your writing.

Find out more about us on http://www.fancii.com and https://www.instagram.com/fanciico