How much is Alli Webb worth?
|Net Worth:||$140 Million|
|Date of Birth:||March 20, 1975|
|Country:||United States of America|
About Alli Webb
Alli Webb is an American author, businesswoman, entrepreneur, and television personality. She began her career in the show business as a professional hairstylist all in all while pursuing other business ventures. Since then, she has been a businesswoman who has appeared regularly on charts in magazines and has won millions of dollars. As of now, her net worth is $140 million and, most recently, in July 2018, she became a radio hostess that launched her own podcast named “Raising the Bar” with both her brother and her brother.
How did Alli Webb earn her net worth?
The business lady became rich when she began working as a professional hairstylist. In the 2000s, she spent several years working for the likes of John Sahag and Toni and Guy thanks to whom she was able to improve her hair styling skills. In the early 2010, Alli and her brother moved back to Florida where they worked in newly founded Nicole Miller stores. Shortly after, she left the job to pursue a career in the professional hairstyle industry.
In late 2010, Webb became one of the co-founders of the chain of salons “Drybar”. The revenue of the salons grew from $1.5 to $19 million in just two years, helping the entrepreneur earned just as much. To help increase the revenue of the chain, alongside the board of directors and the investor Janet Gurwitch, Alli developed a line of products. In 2013, she and the rest of the co-founders signed a deal with the beauty company Sephora for a partnership between the two brands. By early 2015, her net worth was exceeding $40 million.
Why is she so famous?
Webb became famous when she became the co-founder of the chain of salons “Drybar”. She was born on March 20, 1975, in Boca Raton, Florida. She studied at the Olympic Heights Community High School, from which she graduated in 1994. She sparked an interest in fashion during her teenage years mainly because of her parents who owned a clothing business. In the mid-1990s after graduating from high school, she enrolled at the Florida State University.
In the final years of the century, Alli dropped out of university and moved to New York City with her brother to follow her passion in the fashion world. Thanks to her brother, who worked for Nicole Miller (a fashion designer and businesswoman who has her own fashion brand), she was able to land her first job in the company. In addition to working, in her early twenties, she began attending the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale.
What makes her so successful?
The success of the television star comes from her business ventures and appearances on television. In July 2016, she released her first book – “The Drybar Guide to Good Hair For All”. The book had a commercial success and became a New York Times best-seller that sold over 100,000 in just a month. By the following year, it was released in multiple languages including French, and Spanish among many others.
In the early 2010s, she became a television personality that appeared on multiple realities. Her television debut came in a 2014 edition of an episode of “Steve Harvey”. She then made sporadic appearances on “America’s Next Level”, “She Talks”, “The Talk”, and “Home Family”. Most recently, she became a regular star on the series “Shark Tank” (as the new guest shark) and “Celebrity Page” as a spokesperson of Drybar. Also lately, in addition to her appearances on talk shows and other productions, Alli Webb began hosting her own podcast called “Raising the Bar”, which was established with both her brother and spouse.
Alli Webb is a moderately known television personality. The businesswoman began her career in the early 2000s as part of the giant brand of Nicole Miller. Shortly after, she developed an interest in hair styling. As a professional hairstylist, she is also a co-founder of the company Drybar.
Most recently, besides having multiple guest appearances on Emmy Award Winning shows such as “Shark Tank”, hosting her own podcast, and appearing in magazines such as Marie Claire, Fashionista, Vogue, Fortune, and Forbes, Alli founded another business company named “Squeeze”, which is related to online banking and payments.