Beauty releases have gone into overdrive lately. Brands are coming out with new products at an alarming frequency, with some companies dropping a new products every. single. week. The real question is: what impact are these releases having on the brands, the consumers and the industry as a whole?
It’s been a year and a half since Fenty’s iconic launch, but are other brands following Fenty’s lead when it comes to diversity?
I recently read an article on The Independent called ‘Come on feminists: do the radical thing and ditch your makeup bag’ and every part of this article has left me feeling annoyed. Here is why it is totally fine for you to be a feminist and enjoy beauty products.
If like me you went in a little too hard on the festive beauty spending (or on Black Friday) and need to watch your bank balance a little better in 2019, then I have a few pieces of advice that will have you covered!
On Boxing Day, Kim Kardashian West posted a series of gorgeous photos of her little family at the annual Kardashian-Jenner Christmas Eve party. The photos pictured a beaming Kanye, a giggling Saint, a gorgeous Kim holding little Chi and a sassy North. However, one thing that everyone picked up on (other than Kanye actually smiling for once) was the fact that North is wearing red lipstick.
What is wrong with a dupe you might ask? It’s cheaper, more accessible and lets you try out a product that you otherwise wouldn’t have bothered/been able to afford otherwise – what more could you possibly want? Wellllll, it’s a little more complicated than that.
Liquid lipsticks have never been a favourite of mine. The concept is great – a…