I enjoy hearing from my readers!
If you’d like to get in touch with me, please use my contact form or send me an email. For PR enquiries, a postal address is available on request.
Brands and bloggers
If you think that Unseen Beauty would be a good fit for your products, you’re welcome to get in touch to discuss a collaboration. I mainly write about skincare, make-up, food, jewellery, and travel – but I’m open to ideas, so feel free to get in touch if you’d like to discuss working together.
I also offer 60-minute paid consultation sessions for brands or bloggers who want to make their products and/or services more accessible to blind people. I can’t and won’t claim to speak for the tastes of such a varied section of the community, but I can give you my honest opinion, as well as feedback about whether your site provides an accessible and user-friendly interface for someone using a screenreader. A one-hour Skype consultation for bloggers and brands costs £30.
If you need something more in-depth, such as a recorded accessibility screen-share with detailed information or accessibility testing report with recommendations, please go to my accessibility consultation page on my other website.
I have a factsheet for brands about how to make your advertising more accessible to blind people –Get in touch if you’re interested in this and I’ll send you a copy.
I do not post or link to infographics as these are by nature inaccessible to me and any other readers who use screenreading software. Asking me to post an infographic is like asking me to publish a post in a language that I, and some of my readers, don’t speak. I’m not prepared to do that.
I enjoy getting to know other bloggers and think we should be active in supporting one another. I don’t publish a lot of guest content on my site, but if I know who someone is and support their work, an interview or a mutual guest posting opportunity is certainly something I would consider.
However, I don’t take pre-written guest posts to promote products or services that I haven’t used, and I don’t like requests that are clearly a template request with no thought given to why a collaboration would benefit my particular audience.
I want to keep the content on my site fresh, relevant, and unique, which means I’m only interested in real people with something interesting to say. If you have an idea about how we could work together, by all means let me know your specific idea.
Blind adults, teenagers, or parents of blind children
This blog is not primarily about blindness – partly because writing about the same topic all the time would bore me, and partly because there’s so much more to me than this one aspect of life. Still, I do sometimes write posts about how I do things, tips about good resources for blind people, advice, or comments on disability-related topics. If you have a question or an idea for a post, please let me know. Also, if you think something was useful or it has helped you, it would be great if you could give it a share so that other people find out about the site!