Chanel West Coast is a Social Media Influencer and a Zoom and Hire Santa
Chanel West Coast offers a variety of options when it comes to lingerie. She can go all-out racy in her one-pieces or keep things classic by sporting a Santa hat and cuddly teddy bear – as seen in this Instagram post for Fashion Nova, an affordable fashion label.
West Coast has always been a captivating beauty, but she has recently found new ways to show off her assets. Recently, she shared two photos featuring herself wearing provocative lingerie outfits with her trademark black hair and body in two different poses.
This provocative post is the latest in a series of festive posts that have appeared on the model’s Instagram feed as she builds up to Christmas. Additionally, she shared a link to YouTube video footage showing herself having fun with friends.
West Coast has proved that she is more than an Instagram star, sharing her body to inspire followers with tips and tricks. She truly exemplifies social media influencerdom!
She has served as a mentor to other women on how to utilize social media effectively to increase their following and earnings. Furthermore, she is an outspoken supporter of women’s rights, working tirelessly to guarantee all females equal access to the spotlight.
It is no secret that Santas are becoming less and less popular, with many struggling to stay afloat during this holiday season. Some are staying home, others stepping away from their traditional role, while many more are supplementing their in-person work with virtual visits through services like Zoom or Hire Santa.
Though virtual options may appear risky, they’re actually quite straightforward to implement. Anyone with an internet connection, smartphone and the financial means to invest in quality camera and software can do so effortlessly.
Some Santas in Los Angeles have chosen to forgo the physical game and instead use technology, like Ed Taylor who works at Wilshire Rotary Christmas tree lot. He supplements his in-person work with phone calls and videos made possible through Zoom – a service which connects him to families across America.
He charges around $175 an hour, depending on the family’s needs and location. All of his proceeds – except for fuel money – are donated to charity.
Santas shopping online for gifts is not a new concept, but it’s an innovative and unique idea that could become popular this holiday season. Instead of visiting an actual mall, shoppers can download a mobile app that allows them to browse inventory from Boston-based boutique and select items they would like delivered directly to their homes.
Though not the ideal solution for everyone, if you’re a busy parent looking to get their shopping done without leaving the house, this service can be invaluable. Especially if you don’t feel like going out shopping at all or your children have special needs that prevent them from visiting real stores, this service could come in handy.