10 Business Ventures Jordyn Woods Debuted Post-Kylie

Jordyn Woods has 11.3 million followers on Instagram, 399k YouTube subscribers, and a net worth of $4 Million and counting. It is all thanks to the countless business ventures she’s been rolling out nonstop, along with her long-term modeling and budding vlogging, acting, and singing careers.

10 “Eylure X Jordyn Woods”

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The glue-on lash collaboration, inspired by southern California, features three reusable false eyelashes, “Summer Heir (an everyday light lash), Beach Please (a fuller lash), and LA Baby (an extra full and glam lash),” along with adhesive glue for $7.99 according to Refinery 23.

9 Boohoo Collab #2

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In March 2019, Wood’s dropped the 60-piece collection, Boohoo X Jordyn Woods, which included sizes 2-24. She told Us Magazine, “With my new collection, I wanted to offer size-inclusive pieces with designs that reflect my personal style. I hope this collection empowers women and encourages them to dream big.”

8 Secndnture Launch

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In June 2019, the size-inclusive athletic brand Secndnture gained 30,000 in its first 24 hours. Woods told Fashionista, “at the end of last year, I went through a lot of different things, and I lost my dad.” She continues, “working out became my therapy and through working out I realized that there was a huge demand for quality activewear that wasn’t going to break the bank,” she told Fashionista.

7 Easilock Hair Extensions

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Woods worked with founder and creative director Shane O’Sullivan for over a year to create this line. The Jordyn Woods x Easilocks collection is made from HD memory fiber hair comes in three styles: clip-in bangs, a ponytail, and U-Shape full extensions. 17 different shades. She told BET, “working with Easilocks has been such an honor. I am so excited to be working with a brand that allows you to play around with your look and express yourself with different styles without costing a fortune.”

6 Resistance bands With @b_ndstore

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Woods launched a line of resistance bands on October 29th, 2019, in collaboration with what she described on Instagram as “one of the fastest-growing fitness product companies out there, founded by a young female entrepreneur 💅🏼 while studying at university.” Woods promoted the bands with an LA-based pop-up store and her promotional videos and tutorials on her YouTube channel.

5 FRSTPLACE

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In November 2019, Woods launched FRSTPLACE as an online community with workout plans for everyone.

4 Face-Mask Line

When the Tristan Thompson cheating scandal broke, Elizabeth Woods was quick to make clear any merchandise being sold was not from her or her daughter. However, in October 2020, Jordyn seemed ready to capitalize on the scandal by plastering the now-iconic phrase, “I don’t need your situation,” on black and white cloth masks. During Jordyn’s interview on Red Table Talk, the line became a defining note in the reframing of her involvement in Thompson’s second cheating scandal with Khloe Kardashian.

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3 Pretty Little Thing Collaboration

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Later that month, she launched The Campaign to Quarantine Collection. In a statement she said, “What I love about this collection is that it’s different than anything I have ever done, and it’s a lot more fun and out there,” Woods says. “I think it’s a good time for people to just have fun with what they’re wearing.” She told Essence, “You can look chic, and you can look stylish, but not break the bank.” The collection features flame bedazzled bikini tops and matching pants along with hot pink cheetah print, long sleeve off the shoulder crop, and matching transparent body con skirt.

2 Jordyn Woods Only Fans

Woods ended October by joining the intimate subscription-based fan site during the pandemic to “post exclusive content.” Primarily used by sex workers, the site saw a significant uptick in celebrity accounts, and a shoutout in Beyonce’s lyrics on the “Savage” remix normalized it further. Woods told The Doctors, “I can create art and really be authentically myself. Growing up and being a curvier girl, you are always put under a little more judgment. Someone with a smaller build can put on short shorts because it’s hot outside. But for me, I put on short shorts, I’m trying to be provocative.” This point is incredibly relatable for curvy women across the country who are catcalled and harassed regardless of the clothing worn and fear showing skin at risk of being unfairly sexualized or deemed unprofessional, unlike their thinner counterparts. She continues by saying she’s proud of the body she’s worked for and why not showcase it, especially on her own platform. When asked about the possibility of nudity, she didn’t rule it out if it was tasteful and something she “absolutely loved” while also acknowledging that behind the scenes, OnlyFans wants content creators to do the “absolute most.”

1 YouTube Channel

She’s been amping up her YouTube channel over the last year, complete with makeup tutorials with her adorable sister Jodie, romantic birthday getaways to Mexico, Jordyn Woods. During a trip to Florida, the chickens at Pipes Cafe, the Original Cuban Cafe, appear captivated by her positive energy. They stalked Woods and her boyfriend Carl Anthony to their table. Later in the Vlog, the couple spends an afternoon in New York buying his-and-hers, two-toned rose gold AP watches. The salesman stamps it “couple goals.” Wood’s ability to jump from the ordinary to extraordinary in a matter of hours is a luxury in itself. Woods promoted her latest Vlog, a drunk baking video with “Momager” Elizabeth Woods where Jordyn says she’s taking a shot “every time” her mom “says I’m a farm girl from Michigan.”

From the debate over marble or vanilla and the already cracked eggs returned to the carton, Jordyn Woods, her family, and her entourage are the perfect balance of a good time and a whole lot of love. With a knack for adapting to new mediums while crafting a narrative all her own, she simultaneously embodies and uplifts the thriving body positivity movement and dominates social feeds. If there’s one thing for sure, Woods knows how to tie her business ventures together to pull in some serious money without missing a beat. Despite ending the drunk cupcake Vlog by saying she “got a little too lit,” Woods seems to be handling celebrity power moves just right.

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Sources: BET, Fashionista, Page 6, Allure, Essence, The Doctors, YouTube, Cosmopolitan, Refinery, BET, Us Magazine, Refinery 23

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