Someone got a figure of Kylie Jenner’s pregnant body on their long-ass acrylic nails, and I’m irrationally upset
by Ari Bines
Just when you all thought the Kylie fandom was under control for a moment so you could fix your wig, someone spent their #SelfCare Sunday getting a full set manicure along with a figure of a pregnant Kylie Jenner.
Nail Sunny, the artist behind this mommy Jenner manny, is no newbie to these kind of outrageous nail art designs. She's the same beautician who designed a set of nails with a girl twerking featured on the ring finger. It's pretty damn impressive.
I don't know if I'm more weirded out by the fact that she actually thought this was a cute look or that this girl took a wad of cash out of her boobs to spend at least $100 for a pregnant set. All I know is I can't keep my eyes away from how accurately pregnant Kylie looks as an acrylic figure.
Blake, there’s people that are dying
The actress tries out for the Oppression Olympics
by Amanda Ross
SPOTTED: Our favorite Upper East Sider bizarrely grasping at some perceived slight, all in the name of feminism. Blake Lively is currently on a press tour promoting her new movie, A Simple Favor. Have you seen it yet? Yeah, me neither. Blake, known for her love of fashion, has worn many suits during the tour,…
MOOD: Real Housewife Kim Zolciak photoshopped her infant’s lips to make them look bigger
This is the realest
by Harry Shukman
We should never have expected anything less from Kim Zolciak, the surgery princess of the Real Housewives oeuvre, but she has edited a photo of her infant daughter to make her lips look bigger.Look at this throwback portrait of Ariana Biermann, posted by Atlanta power mom Kim, a couple days ago: Now look at the…
This brand’s attempt to be woke backfired with a horrific, fat-shaming sweatshirt
I’m sorry, WHAT?
by Nian Hu
These days, most brands are trying to be more inclusive and body positive. From Dove's Real Beauty Campaign to Aerie's #AerieREAL campaign, companies everywhere are scrambling to appeal to women who aren't a size zero.And while we can (and should!) criticize these brands for only pandering to the body positive movement in a shallow attempt…