The prices for Rihanna’s beauty line leaked, and it’s actually relatively cheap
Now notice I said ‘relatively’
by Amanda Ross
The last time I bought a celebrity makeup line, it was Jessica Simpson's Dessert Treatz line back in 2004. Remember that? It was like edible lip gloss and body whip despite the fact that no one was kissing me nor whipping my body?
That's because every time anyone relatively famous drops a cosmetics collection, I gotta take out a second mortgage on a house I don't even have yet. Kylie Cosmetics charge like, at least $30 per crusty lip gloss, the Chrissy Teigan x Becca campaign ran around $50 for a blush, and Kat Von D demands at least $20 for what's essentially a marker.
But here is Rihanna, pulling up to save our lives and our bank accounts with ~relatively~ inexpensive products from forthcoming Fenty Beauty line, dropping at Sephora and online this Friday. Here are the leaked prices:
Considering I'd pay any amount of money to look like Rihanna, I'd say this is a steal. Plus, notice the foundation will come in 40 shades. I don't want to say "queen of makeup" but like…queen of makeup.
The evil is defeated: Thongs are over
At least to me, anyway
by Caroline Phinney
2007 was a big year. Carrie Underwood won a Grammy, Rihanna released her hit single “Umbrella” featuring Jay-Z, and in the back corners of 18+ nightclubs everywhere, thongs and low rise jeans finally had their moment. But it’s been ten long years, and women are finally standing up for themselves. Carrie Underwood has turned to…
Forever 21 is opening a new beauty store, but they should just stick to ‘I ❤️ Pizza’ t-shirts
No one needs that much glitter in their makeup
by Jenn Ficarra
I trust Forever 21 with few things — clothes for costumes, cheap accessories I don't mind getting dirty, and ironic graphic t-shirts to wear to the gym and no where else. That's it. I certainly don't trust any kind of beauty product they try to peddle on the way to the checkout counter.But apparently, some…
Tarte Cosmetics is officially canceled after posting, deleting, and trying to cover up a racist meme
Fenty would never do this to me
by Amanda Ross
Yesterday, someone at Tarte Cosmetics with no brain or heart posted this racist meme for the makeup brand's 7 million followers to enjoy:So I shouldn't have to explain why saying "ching chong" is racist, but because I know someone is going to bring it up in the comments, there is a long history of using…