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Chuuzus Vor 13 Tage
i think the funniest is when celebrities who are millionaires and have already great skin, decide to open a skincare brand like as if it’s their product that is the reason why their skin glows
Shweta Bhogami
No hailey beiber and kylie jenner were harmed during this video
HaniyaH Vor Tag
@Mostlyikhlas Hailey Bieber heavily talks about other products in all of her skincare routines….
chanelhours ♡ ♡。
Rhode skin 💀💀
Sebum Post Mortem
They are on _Hollywood Dose_ since the first sign of puberty hit them or even before. I' m poor, not illiterate😌
mqest Vor 10 Tage
I feel proud about the younger people not trusting celebrities anymore. It was a fresh breath of air inside all of this info. Thank You!
nyl-irret  ledrak
nyl-irret ledrak Vor 22 Stunden
Celebrities in general are very very over rated
Lolarose Vor 3 Tage
I love you Gen Z!
Armyblink Catpop
Armyblink Catpop Vor 5 Tage
@aaofar yea, which is even worse
H Lindsay
H Lindsay Vor 6 Tage
@Jordan Levitt they’re young millennials lol
Jordan Levitt
Jordan Levitt Vor 7 Tage
@Chrystiana W I didn't say they weren't lol
nina Vor 12 Tage
The only celeb makeup brands I like and use are Fenty and Rare Beauty. These are the only two that are actually unique in their own ways and have a certain product that stands out. Fenty's variety of shades and her contour sticks are the best. Rare Beauty's blush is so freaking good and her products are actually worth the price. Both have a purpose and meaning behind the makeup brands. Rihanna with her inclusion of shades and Selena Gomez promotes natural beauty with her light coverage foundation and mental health with her rare impact fund. Both are good quality and have good ingredients too. These are the only ones worth it tbh...other celeb makeups are all the same and just cash grabs.
Larn Vor 4 Tage
​@CerealKilla420 i never get the 13RW argument, it literally had multiple warnings and from the get go and it stated it wasn’t suitable content for those possibly at risk was. I get not finding it tasteful (even i don’t )but i always find it strange when ppl blame tv shows when in reality there is a conglomerate of other factors that should of been more focused on. 13rw was not the first nor the last of its nature so the idea of blaming it is nonsensical and also puts into question the banning all media that displays triggering notions or placements. Thats how I see it but if you have a different perspective I would love to know (these topics are best tackled with a proper discussion). As for her current mental health efforts I’m sure most celebrities charities do have a marketing element but i truly appreciate her attempts to bring mental health education to school. i believe America as a whole needs to step up its education efforts and mental health (along with critical race theory ) are one of the many tough subjects should be addressed from early ages. As for the makeup thing i think another commentator explained that, her whole goal was to dismantle the association of needing to be 'fully covered' as makeups purpose. I’m not sure if you’ve been in the makeup scene for a while but there was a period when 'good makeup' meant transforming all of your features, the ;power of makeup' tied confidence to altering your natural appearance to fit into the trends of the time. Thus I understand her focus in showing makeup as a tool to enhance rather than alter.
Memento Morgan
Memento Morgan Vor 4 Tage
I just said this in another comment but same lol those are my only two.
CerealKilla420 Vor 5 Tage
@C H E R R Y but after suicide rates went up after the first season of 13rw, she still wanted to continue it cause she wanted more money? everything you described is pure marketing so people keep buying the products from her beauty brand. And putting on a lot of makeup is not "natural" beauty. There's nothing wrong with wearing makeup and it looks great when done properly but its not natural. She has never made sense. And outside of her fanbase her mental health messages through rare beauty don't make that much more of a difference than if she would have said those things without the brand. Main reason people outside of her fanbase even know is cause she was invited to the Whitehouse. It's marketing purposes.
Leoda H.
Leoda H. Vor 5 Tage
Brittany S
Brittany S Vor 6 Tage
it makes them look like better people too ig, if you try a fragrance of someone you didn't even listen to before and you really liked the product then you start liking the celeb because you think they made those products themselves with integrity and you get curious to listen to them with a positive view of them.
Tessa Vor 11 Tage
I have to say, as someone with Lupus who gets arthritis in their hands, Rare beauty's bottles are FAR easier to open than other beauty brands products. Being able to put concealer on while I look and feel terrible is a godsend. So I am definitely grateful for the accessibility that Selena has built into her products! It's not something brands typically think about.
Amar Amor Amei
Amar Amor Amei Vor 3 Tage
@A F She said it was a happy coincidence regarding people with certain conditions that cause motor issues, but the intent of making it accessible and universally easy to open was there.
Rumonta Lumbantoruan
@chisom O 'haters'? So easy for you using that word.
chanelhours ♡ ♡。
She's an icon
J B Vor 7 Tage
@chisom O hater is a stretch.
chisom O
chisom O Vor 7 Tage
@J B can't someone just be grateful for sth without haters coming to ruin it??
Kara R
Kara R Vor 11 Tage
I appreciate Honest Beauty for one reason: they're the only brand I can find with a body moisturizer approved by the National Eczema Association that puts flowers on their bottle. Why do the flowers matter, you ask? It means my 4yo daughter with eczema will actually willingly let me put it on her. If the bottle isn't "pretty," we fight to the death. So...I find myself extremely grateful to Jessica Alba despite not being able to name a single movie (show? She's an actress, right?) she's been in.😆
Memento Morgan
Memento Morgan Vor 4 Tage
I didn’t know about honest beauty but I have used her stuff for babies/kids for years because I have two littles.
Mordecai is sad
Mordecai is sad Vor 8 Tage
@Mikayla McFadden I loved her back in the day. I remember some years later she talked about her experience in fantastic 4 as some of the worst showcase of how she was treated on movies. With the director basically not letting her act cause she needs to "look pretty", shed basically be told to cry but not "too much" so she still looks pretty while doing it. I'm glad she found happiness in other ventures.
Mikayla McFadden
Mikayla McFadden Vor 8 Tage
Better model than actress but I’m happy to hear this! She was in fantastic four
alien potato squid
i’m a 26 year old with eczema who remembers those days with my mom applying boring, sterile derm approved lotions or prescription topicals on me as a toddler and child. it felt so clinical. caring for the skin on my body still does but i recently started using the honest beauty body wash bc it’s eczema/derm approved and doesn’t look so clinical. it also works wonderfully and doesn’t irritate or strip my skin. i think i’ve seen a movie or two that she’s in, but she doesn’t have anything to do with my purchasing. i read derm articles and patient reviews for various body washes and hers was the only one that was highly rated and felt like less of a chore for me mentally.
emmaa Vor 9 Tage
I bought the honest beauty vit c serum because my skin is sensitive and the ingredients seemed good/ wouldn't break me out, i literally had no idea it was a celebrity brand lol i thought it was just a like clean beauty brand and so far its good for me!
Your local dyke
Your local dyke Vor 11 Tage
i feel like fenty has sort of grown beyond rihanna. like it's now a legitimate makeup brand like mac or estee lauder and not just a celebrity owned makeup brand
Johanna Vor Tag
@Hannah Frampton Exactly! And without the membership the prices are super inflated. It's really shady and promotes overconsumption. Who needs a new bra every month?
Hannah Frampton
@Johanna membership programs only seem helpful if you are someone who would be ordering at least one product from that brand/company almost every month anyway…cuz if not it seems like theses schemes may just be set up to rely on making money by people forgetting to skip the month in time
Hokko27 Vor 2 Tage
@Johanna Agree on this one!
Johanna Vor 3 Tage
But savage x fenty is a money grab. I don't trust any brand that has a membership program.
Hokko27 Vor 4 Tage
Yes, I wasn't convinced because of the celebrity side. But their lipstick is amazing!
Bernice Rachelle
Bernice Rachelle Vor 8 Tage
Like someone said; "Skincare, holistic health and beauty is becoming like fast fashion."
rose wishes
rose wishes Vor Tag
What's that supposed to mean and is it a bad thing?
Entertainment Vor 7 Tage
Yana Vor 11 Tage
i love fenty because it’s the only brand that doesn’t fail me, a dark south asian girl. very few brands have a range of products that work for darker skin and it feels good for once to be able to pick something up and be fairly sure that it would look nice on me. it feels good to have a brand that feels like it caters to us dark skinned people. people like me have always been an afterthought and it feels great to find a brand that seems to put us first (product-wise, i mean. i don’t know much about fenty’s business practices so i won’t speak on it). (if anyone knows other brands that are great for girls with dark skin let me know because i’d like to check it out sometime) edit: i also want to mention that while i’m dark, i’m more of a medium deep or on the darker side of medium in winters. crazy how i’m not even the darkest skin tone there is and even then it’s a struggle to find stuff that’s good on me 💀 edit 2: while most of the conversation is around skin makeup i also want to mention that i found it impossible to find other products, like a nude lip shade that didn’t make me look like a clown. i couldn’t even find pictures of products on models closer to my skin tone so i could tell if something would work on me or not
Lauren Fox
Lauren Fox Vor 17 Stunden
I can't recommend Juvia's Place enough! The shade range for their foundations and concealers is amazing. I found out about them because they focus on shade AND tone (sp?), and I kept finding every foundation in my shade had a ton of yellow or pink tint to it depending on the brand. I am true 'neutral' in tone, so any reds, yellows, etc instantly make me look alien.
Yasmine Guérin
Yasmine Guérin Vor 4 Tage
@miicrowave no such thing as too dark
Sebum Post Mortem
@Yana Exaaaactly☺️ You described perfectly some of the uncountable improvements of Fenty. MAC has been always pricey and kinda an independent republic so a big percentage of Fenty' s target probably had never gone or bought in MAC (and that explains why 40 shades was surprising). Riri landed straight in front of all these "reputated" brands to shame them without shaming them. Someone just needed a couple of eyes and a sample to realize that inclusion, mindblowing quality and reasonable price were there, side by side. In my language we say: "Devil is on the comparisons" 😉 🧛🏻‍♀️🖤
Yana Vor 5 Tage
@Sebum Post Mortem i agree, mac was pretty diverse before most major beauty brands. however, it was and still is on the pricy side. i can imagine dishing out ~£20 for a product now but back in my home country £20 is a lot of money. very few people can afford to spend that sort of money on makeup products. when fenty came out with their 40 shade foundation range, it made a huge splash. i think the release of fenty was what drove most brands to realise that they were neglecting a large group of potential consumers by just not having any products for them. i think the popularity of fenty gave brands a profit incentive to broaden their product range. this included drugstore brands like l’oréal and maybelline, which are much more accessible for people that don’t have the money for brands like mac (or fenty for that matter).
Sebum Post Mortem
@J B That' s exactly what *Iman* said and did in 1994 but she didn' t achieve the popularity of Fenty. Actually, Naomi Campbell used to travel with her own Iman complexion products since then and never allowed a MUA to do her skin. Nobody at that time was able to perfect colour match like herself✨
Burberry Switchblade
As a zillenial, I’ve definitely noticed a fatigue with influencers as a whole lately. Sure, we all have people we follow, but I think that the entire ‘relatability’ appeal is virtually gone now. Seeing these tiktok supernovas kinda makes me feel like this entire social media bubble is just about to burst.
Moonee Vor 20 Stunden
@Daryal god did u really have to write an essay no one cares 😑 😫
VSN Vor Tag
I unfollowed all famous people on insta and also all the influencers that only do product placement. Sinces then I use instagram way less and I feel better with my simple normal life
Honey Melon
Honey Melon Vor Tag
Just say old gen z. That's what I say as an 01 baby as I can't relate to anyone born later than 05.
Seb Art
Seb Art Vor 4 Tage
I love following artists on insta and DE-vid as well as crafters and musicians. People sharing their creative process and talent without constantly trying to sell you some product
Ilay 일라이
Ilay 일라이 Vor 5 Tage
@quietfi123 I work for a brand and do that job 'finding influencers, sending them products' and indeed it's so tiring. Also some people ask very ridiculous prices. So we started to just contact people whom content we like & relatable, regardless of followers. There are too much meaningless content that is done for the exposure and we are so tired of it.
Claudia X
Claudia X Vor 13 Tage
I’m just thinking about how environmentally unsustainable this overproduction of beauty products is…
Jack Spicer
Jack Spicer Vor 5 Tage
I’m a non makeup wearing dude and I fell into the same trap with art products and watercolor sets. I’ve sold off most of them (which is nice about watercolor I guess people aren’t going to be like ew you used that on your skin) and just have a handful I actually use now). It’s the same or similar pigments and they are all super bad for the environment and labor.
ashleigh williams
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
@KaleLeaf well, of course money is their ultimate reason. For other with little bit of vision, it is about legacy in their name.
Samantha Turner
Samantha Turner Vor 9 Tage
This gets me every time! How can ALL of these brands be "sustainable" or use the same 5 "sustainably sourced" materials???
Sarah Ramirez
Sarah Ramirez Vor 10 Tage
YESSS! I was just talking about this today!!!
Ava L
Ava L Vor 11 Tage
It's really irritating to me to see straight men being praised so heavily for wearing makeup while queer and/or alternative men have been doing it for DECADES and still get shit for it. Let's acknowledge and praise the men who paved the way for people like Harry Styles before we put them on pedestals for "creating gender neutral makeup" 🙄 I have to admit I didn't think I would be very interested in this video just from the subject matter, but as usual you branched out into different aspects of the conversation and kept me totally engaged! Well done as always Mina 💕
Moonee Vor 20 Stunden
A man isn't straight if he wears make up lmao
Lamparium Vor 2 Tage
Exactly my thoughts. A straight white man does 10% of what anyone else would do to push equality forward, or just does something a little bit different or fancy from what's expected of him by society, and he's praised like he's an angel sent from heaven and "sooo brave and bold omg". Smh
lol no
lol no Vor 3 Tage
Shoutout to mcr for doing the feminine and Makeup Thing in 2002 in a way that didn't feel like a costume. And of course Legends Like David bowie!! (Though mcr is impoortant to me personally)
pog champ
pog champ Vor 7 Tage
I think that's the single most reason they got so much attention, since they are straight men
Brigitte Santos
Brigitte Santos Vor 7 Tage
As someone from the 3rd world, I must say: most of the world's plastic waste (single-use plastics) is sent in sealed containers which are opened in Latin America countries or even insular Asian countries. That's how this trash "disappears". If by any reason this traffic doesn't get to its "original destination", then trash is thrown in the middle of the ocean, on international waters.
Maiah Vor 10 Tage
THANK YOU SO MUCH MINA FOR DISCUSSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. That was the most prevalent thought in my mind while you were discussing all of these beauty brands. They create so much waste with single use makeup products that are packaged in plastic. As well as the overall excessive amount of these products that already exist and continue to be manufactured. There are so many brands out there for these products, we don't need anymore!!! It's time for the beauty industry to start putting quality ingredients in products that are safe for the environment and our bodies! We are putting things are our faces after all! As well as packaging them differently in a way that is sustainable long term and isn't hurting the Earth.
Hasini Kotinadhuni
I think rare beauty and fenty are actually good products. Fenty has a lot of inclusivity in their shades and rare beauty also has some great products too, and the money she makes will be donated. Also, I don't think there are other materials to package beauty products in other than plastic, but feel free to let me know if there are!
Chaeyoungs Strawberry Farm
Out of these brands I only really trust Fenty and Rare Beauty. I think it’s cuz there’s and obvious passion and quality behind the brands:)
Brittany S
Brittany S Vor 6 Tage
Hey is your username a meme or something? I read yesterday on quora that if Twice hypothetically disbanded then they predicted Chaeyoung would chill and probs have a strawberry farm.
Maddie Vor 6 Tage
I also respect Halsey's line for wanting to solve a niche problem. I've never used it myself but she wanted a stage makeup that would last through her shows and not destroy her skin.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
From my reading in this comment section, flower beauty from dre barrrymore, honest beauty from jessica alba, and the brand from halsey got complimented a lot too. It just fenty and rare beauty is the most popular
Chuuzus Vor 13 Tage
i feel like celebrities saw that the beauty brand worked so well for Rihanna and then they all decided to start opening their own make up brands
💕 Miss Simone 💕
They understood that it worked they didn't understand WHY it worked. Except for Selena Gomez and Rare Beauty. And Kylie is a Kardashian so I chalk up sll her success to stans who follow everything they say and do without really thinking about it.
chanelhours ♡ ♡。
Selena was planning way ahead of this mess leave her Outta it
Armyblink Catpop
Armyblink Catpop Vor 5 Tage
@Spongebob she is not an actress or a singer!? It’s her choice to become a beauty influencer and if someone loves makeup and their brands become successful, why hate them for making their own makeup brand when they become a celebrity?
Brittany S
Brittany S Vor 6 Tage
@Spongebob Kylie wants to be Rihanna according to some vids on youtube lol so I guess it is because of Rihanna, but we can say Kylie popularized it.
Jackie Grace
Jackie Grace Vor 12 Tage
I will say-- out of the plethora of celebrity skincare brands that are appearing, I really appreciate Honest. I really struggle with severe eczema, and I started using Honest's baby products (they have an eczema line for babies and I have no shame in using these as an adult woman) and it's been a godsend for me. I had no idea Honest was created by a celebrity until very recently, but the difference between celebrity "skincare" and creating a quality brand to help people really showed for me in this instance. Thank you so much for another lovely video Mina
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
@Jackie Grace i agree, not all of us can find cruelty free product when to find the product that makes our condition better is harder. Happy to hear that product works for your condition.
alien potato squid
i’m an adult with eczema (and psoriasis) as well! same for me with everything you said.
Purpurina Vor 9 Tage
I’ve never tried it, but I feel she did it before the landslide of “I’m creating my beauty brand”. It’s just whatever at this point.
Jackie Grace
Jackie Grace Vor 9 Tage
@Hallsigns I totally understand and share your concern with using cruelty free products- especially when companies can be vague like you’ve suggested. But for people that are really struggling from a debilitating skin disease that affects every aspect of their lives, unfortunately there aren’t too many options for us for companies that have a completely clean slate in the realm of production. Finding a bottle with the National Eczema Association label on it that works for us is sometimes already difficult as it is. When we are trying to care for ourselves in an effort to feel like a human being, unfortunately finding a cruelty free brand and having the privilege of the time and effort to research these things when we are desperately trying to find options for ourselves is something that we cannot escape.
Hallsigns Vor 10 Tage
I don't really like Honest beauty. I try to buy cruelty free and despite their messaging they aren't cruelty free. They try to be vague in their website even. I appreciate and respect brands that just are actually honest about not being cruelty free like MAC. When laws change and everything is I will buy from MAC not Honest. I am glad the products work for you though!
Rhyienne Fowler
Rhyienne Fowler Vor 10 Tage
Wow. The environmental impact should be enough to have everyone absolutely outraged. I didn’t even know any of those statistics before watching this vid. Plastic production needs to become illegal. I just wish I knew how to make that happen.
Jon, it hurts
Jon, it hurts Vor 7 Tage
hemp plastic is biodegradable and cheap to make, and growing lots of hemp isn't harmful to the environment either like some plants can be. I think the reason its not used instead of plastic has something to do with plastic companies kinda fighting against it (and the fact that hemp = weed to a lot of people)
I once killed A man with my shoe
Making all plastic production illegal is not the solution. There are simply some things that NEED to use plastic, or if theres a product that could have a sustainable alternative, it’s often too pricey for low income people.
Luwawa Mwambazi
Luwawa Mwambazi Vor 11 Tage
Kylie cosmetics feels like Kylie merch. I absolutely love fenty beauty and rare beauty. They are so authentic and inclusive to everyone. Selena and riri are doing amazing!❤️
AvakinCamilla Vor 2 Tage
She opened it cuz she was insecure about her lips I think
Armyblink Catpop
Armyblink Catpop Vor 5 Tage
Actually nah She loved makeup since childhood so she opened her makeup business
Bruna Dotto
Bruna Dotto Vor 11 Tage
What pisses me off is that these celebrities are out there pretending they use their own product and straight-up lying to young consumers. I love that when people praised Jhene Aiko on her flawless skin she went like "oh thanks but that's the facial I got". It's so simple, yet honest. I understand some influencers like MUA creating their brand because they - supposedly - understand what is good and not, but celebrities? Most of them don't even know the products they're using because they don't need to, they have a team for it. Also, most of their products are cheaply made, with bad ingredients, and in terrible work conditions, they don't want these types of things in their face. plus: the taste in loving shinee
BiologicalClock Vor 13 Tage
The other thing with Rihanna is that Fenty beauty was clearly a passion project for her; she sought out to make an inclusive beauty line to address the issues with bias against dark-skinned people. The other celebrity brands are obvious cash grabs that bring nothing innovative or exciting.
chanelhours ♡ ♡。
Not rare Beauty tho she's on top of the game rn
moyo Busari
moyo Busari Vor 4 Tage
@Malaika Martins that stammer was said in 2012 and he apologised for it .. let it go . He also spoke about white women with purple lipstick
CerealKilla420 Vor 5 Tage
@Quackity The Asker no its cause she likes makeup which is fine but its also to just make money
sarah apathjang
sarah apathjang Vor 6 Tage
FB was/is a cash grab. She can sell anything, that’s why most say “if rihanna wore it…” Her team took on a need in the industry, and as the great businesswoman and hardworking woman she is, she nurtured the need. Lack of better shades has always been a problem, Rihanna just so happen to be the one to actually invest. It’s not a coincidence she introduced FB during the beginning of her music hiatus. I’d agree with you if she hadn’t released lackluster skincare, lingerie and (failed) fashion house but no, it always seemed like a project she wanted to keep the millions, millions-and avoid going “broke” again.
Audrey Marie
Audrey Marie Vor 8 Tage
I was JUST talking to my friend about how fed up we are with celeb beauty brands. Every time I see a new one I'm like "please stop!" The only brands I actually like are Fenty and Rare beauty (also heard some good things about the honest company). When saw the Rare beauty bottle tops I almost cried. My sister had severe rheumatoid arthritis since she was in elementary and struggled with caps/tops, so seeing something like that was really touching.
Asocial_Cat Vor 12 Tage
You’re like one of the on,y DE-vidrs who can keep interested for 30+ minutes 😭 I love the topics you choose and the way you phrase and document things!! You also are gorgeous and have a really pretty voice 💓
Sabah Vor 12 Tage
I've brought from fenty, rare beauty and florence by mills. Fenty because it felt so inclusive, I remember seeing a hijabi in the ads and it was literally the first time that ever happened. Rare beauty I'll be honest I love Selena but she also made the packaging user friendly which was unique. Lastly, florence by mills was purely for the packaging but also some great video reviews about certain skincare products
originaozz Vor 12 Tage
Have to agree, and this is not even the worst examples. In SEA, many celebs AND influencers created their own skincare products that is "toxic" to the skins while going to skin clinics weekly. Consumers, young or groups that are not educated, buy into in like moths to a flame. To me having a clear purpose beyond money making is very important. I'm not specifically a Selena fan, but her products were really good quality. I also love Real Beauty's approach to the product & packaging design.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
I think it is Rare beauty, not Real beauty
Oyasumi Nana
Oyasumi Nana Vor 13 Tage
Celebs need to stop creating beauty brands Celebs need to stop creating beauty Celebs need to stop creating Celebs need to stop
Armyblink Catpop
Armyblink Catpop Vor 5 Tage
Well it’s their choice if they want to create a makeup brand or not, it’s not like they hate makeup and are just doing it for money, I’ve seen that they loved putty makeup on and of course makeup gives you confidence and that’s why I love it too
Hasini Kotinadhuni
I feel like there are some good celebrity brands, so i wouldn't say all celebrities, but definitely a few that are not good products
Entertainment Vor 7 Tage
@oritsela That's not true
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
@Joohyukho i watched the ad of skkn from other commentary videos. I didn't noticed what she said. Haha, i just looking at the product design. So it was all she said
alice5931 Vor 12 Tage
I will say, that Alicia Keys line is amazing, and while it is not widely advertised it is amazing!! They are not only cruelty free and eco concious in regards to their ingredients, but most of their skincare product come in glass, with a few notable exceptions, at the very least lessening their use of single use plastics
Daniela Sarmiento
@Merle Drw she released color cosmetics about a month ago. Either late may or early june. Top of my head, blushes, sheer lip colors, highlighter, brow gel and some non tinted skin stuff too. She appears on the promo photos wearing the things too
Merle Drw
Merle Drw Vor 11 Tage
@Amanda Kate its a skincare line, not makeup
Amanda Kate
Amanda Kate Vor 11 Tage
I read she is launching a make up line now too, which seems a bit weird, cos didn't she famously stop wearing make uo like 6 or 7 YEARS ago? So has she kept with changes in the industry in that time, how involved will she be, will she wear it herself etc? It just seemed weird someone who is now quite famous for being fresh faced & opting to go natural launching make up...but maybe it'll be subtle or she has started wearing it again, or she has got some great creative make up folk who have somethhing to contribute/ideas to improve the industry who work for her.
ja Vor 12 Tage
Celebrity/Influencer brands that match them are the best. Instead of joining the long line of celebs making fragrances or makeup, i wish they would do something that makes sense for them. Eg. Emma Chamberlain doing a coffee brand made so much sence since she is known to consume copious amounts of coffee on a daily basis. Instead of Doja Cat making yet another beauty palette, I wish she did something that makes sense like for her (like fun fashion pieces and accessories). And I dunno how i feel about the "men in makeup" thing. on one hand, I do think having a male celeb starting their own makeup brand makes guys more likely to engage with it. On the other hand, you are just taking existing products and writing "FOR MEN" on it. Like it would be so horrible for a guy to be caught with a bottle of foundation from Maybelline lol.
Brittany S
Brittany S Vor 6 Tage
fr I don't think we need any more makeup, we have long time brands like Maybelline and whatnot so if anybody feels embarrased to go buy some just cuz it doesn't imply it's for men then that's on them lol.
vaivia Vor 10 Tage
just so you know harry’s brand isn’t just for men and he has never advertised it that way, it’s gender neutral
Casa Duro - Tiny Home
A few things I've tried, just to throw it out there, to minimize my beauty waste: 1. Switch to bars for body soap. 2. Go to a refillery for shampoo, conditioner, face wash, moisturizer, toner & exfoliant. 3. Makeup swap with your friends & family (things that are safe that is, like eyeshadow & blush. Please don't share any makeup that touches your eyes) 4. Using Teracycle boxes at places like Walmart to dispose of mixed-material packaging. The only products that I buy in new packaging now are eyeliner, mascara & foundation. I've tried a bunch of zero waste mascaras, but I've never found one that doesn't smudge all over my face. Open to any recommendations!
Luka Vor Tag
Rare beauty mascara is good
Roshni Gupta
Roshni Gupta Vor 4 Tage
@Brittany S dove is the only thing on this planet that doesnt cause my skin to dry out and crack and I will defend it to my death
Brittany S
Brittany S Vor 6 Tage
@Satori Matsuzaka aren't some people saying it's gross or even having the audacity to say it's unhygienic lmao? My fave is Dove and it's at dollar tree without plastic too I think.
Satori Matsuzaka
Satori Matsuzaka Vor 7 Tage
wait....people don't use soap bars anymore?
Casa Duro - Tiny Home
@itscarolina The brand I use does not :)
Paloma Aguilera
Paloma Aguilera Vor 13 Tage
Illamasqua, Nars, Bobbi Brown and Tom Ford already had big ranges of skin products before Fenty (specially because those are brands used a lot in Fashion and editorial) I think the difference is that Fenty understood better the needs for POC regarding undertones and finish. I also think Fenty unapologetically used social media and ads to showcase POC using their products.
Sebum Post Mortem
NW55 was Grace Jones foundation shade. But MAC is the incarnation of devil in the make up industry. Riri managed to appear as The Redemption bloody succesfully.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
I kinda agree. That is one reasons why the champaign was works and popular until now
Veronica Mc
Veronica Mc Vor 11 Tage
Honestly I prefer my makeup in glass or cardboard 💁‍♀️. I understand not everyone can keep them from being broken (clumsy, kids, travel, etc.) but their better for the environment. Bring back the cardboard pallets, metal lip balms, and glass foundations, and for the LOVE OF GOD stop the UNNECESSARY PR packaging! Just give these “influencers” and pretty colored cardboard box period!
Veronica Mc
Veronica Mc Vor 6 Tage
@Brittany S I don’t understand why they can’t advertise their brands online or email about sponsorships. Although people do trust influencers (not as much as they used to but still a lot) these brands already have good reputations to the point that if a celebrity was to “like” the product it would not matter 🤷🏻‍♀️. And plus with the rise sponsorship and PR culture, people are gonna eventually get tired of it.
Brittany S
Brittany S Vor 6 Tage
the whole idea of free PR gift boxes is so dumb like if these celebs are big enough to make products then don't try getting other people's brands involved(you're selling yourself so then why have a possible competitor sell you), put on your big adult pants and do it yourself. And they won't even give to regular people who will actually get better usage and loyalty.
Mazal M
Mazal M Vor 6 Tage
fenty and rare beauty are great and im glad these specific celebrities came out with beauty lines. but after rare, literally any other beauty line I ignore lmao. Even JLO, like youre telling me that olive oil did that to your skin and youre gonna release a whole product line?? its so funny these celebs think we're dumb its just annoying and lowkey insulting lol
Cheryl Nobyl
Cheryl Nobyl Vor 12 Tage
I’m personally over the “blue light protection” claims in newer celebrity beauty brands and collaborations. Like I get eyewear being developed to protect your eyes from screen light damage but I really doubt it’s having any effect on our skin. Sorry about it lol.
Cheryl Nobyl
Cheryl Nobyl Vor 5 Tage
@yoshita yes it is a drag name ❤️ thank youuu
Chiara Maria Inocencio
Blue light is actually used for acne treatments so i couldn’t understand that it’s ageing you lol
Lengyel Gabriella
Those celebs were/are scammed really hard. I think it's the same company behind it. Just targets a famous person, tells them big words call it science make them feel important, and hopes that their fanbase buys it without thinking about it. Blue light does nothing to your skin.
Cheryl Nobyl
Cheryl Nobyl Vor 9 Tage
@Layal N that’s very interesting to know! I had never looked into the science or research behind it. Thank you for your input!!
TinTinH Vor 4 Tage
My friend’s mom is a chemist. So it is so interesting to find out how things are made. Especially like how vitamin c is created. My favorite brand is Human Nature aka Human Heart. I think it’s only available in California😁. But I love Japanese beauty products especially the sunscreens.
Brisilla Vor 13 Tage
the most disappointing thing about this trend is that most of the time there is no transparency regarding the production of these products
Learning a Thing or Two
Tinayé Vor 10 Tage
And most of them contain Mica, which is obtained in cruel ways and involves child labor.
ich sabrina🅥
ich sabrina🅥 Vor 12 Tage
Hai anna iam Nagendar Anna na age 25 Excellent.Live360.CaM qualification m.l.t medical lab techniciane ,Srpt lo jobs unte cheppagalaru anna.with govt Job,t
dog Vor 13 Tage
@Nicole Mora Sandoval discriminating against china (and other asian countries along w/ most of the global south) and buying products made in those countries actually isn't contradictory at all. the products are made in sweat shops under incredibly inhumane conditions, and the workers only make pennies a day, hence why the products are so cheap. it is specifically BECAUSE of the discrimination against and disregard for these countries that the rest of the world buys products produced there. they don't care about those countries, so they can contribute to the suffering and exploitation in those countries without guilt.
acidspitpanda Vor 13 Tage
child slaves and unfair labor practices are very commonplace in mica mines :(
Pluto Summers
Pluto Summers Vor 12 Tage
I guess lush and other container free products need to become the standard cause hearing those stats about packaging and plastic waste is just heart breaking
Ginger Vor 12 Tage
I mostly agree but Rare Beauty has some of my FAVORITE beauty products. Honest Company also really helped my daughter's skin that had really bad eczema. I think there are a few brands that are worth it.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
Other commenters said flower beauty and honest beauty are great product
Everything. Everything.
Before I even watch this video imma say this. If there's one celebrity brand I will always rep, it's Fenty Beauty. Period. Rihanna changed the game, and made it possible for me and so many other black people to ACTUALLY find complexion products that matches our skin. Before her, hardly any brands made products for the wide range of black skin. So to me, Fenty isn't just a celebrity makeup brand, but a real authentic one. After she launched her foundation range, suddenly all these other OLD and established brands suddenly, wanna cater to black people skin tones. Trust and believe that wouldn't have been the case, if it weren't for Rihanna. We would still be stuck with the same FEW brands, that made products that we MIGHT be able to use. So Fenty is THE makeup brand, and they revolutionized the game.
Sophia Brown
Sophia Brown Vor 12 Tage
it makes sense that musicians specifically are turning to beauty brands, like, streaming cannot sustain them financially anymore, and COVID revealed (and continues to reveal) how volatile/unstable touring can be.
Geraldine6824 Vor 9 Tage
It's sad that being an artist is just a gateway to launching your own brand to exploit name recognition
San Boo
San Boo Vor 12 Tage
I remember when Lady Gaga said (idk in which interview) that she decided to say "NO", like "I'm not doing that", "I'm not going there"...coz she felt like some money machine. And here we are, watching her promoting everything but music (which she is the best at).
FloLikeYou Vor 10 Tage
@Hardcoremagicalgirl Fifi exactly.
Hardcoremagicalgirl Fifi
@FloLikeYou Gaga also tested her products on herself and her dancers. If I'm going to invest in something, I want to something a super star going hard on stage looks amazing in.
FloLikeYou Vor 11 Tage
Tbf Haus Labs has really great products. Exclusively organic, vegan and cruelty free as well.
Austin Wilson
Austin Wilson Vor 12 Tage
I think when the recession fully sets in, the ad market is going to change significantly. There also might be more backlash than ever for celebrity endorsements because of our collective awareness of advertising. I think alot of these beauty brands being created will be flushed out of the market in 2-3 years.
Millie N
Millie N Vor 9 Tage
I think even without the recession the celebrity brands would’ve been flushed out. Same as when celebrity fragrances were a thing
Fair Rosamund
Fair Rosamund Vor 13 Tage
I completely agree, I have had no interest in any of the new celebrity brands except for Rare Beauty and Fenty.
Alice Grilli
Alice Grilli Vor 3 Tage
i am honestly more interested in people who use them, for example the rare beauty blush is very well appreciated by many people so i am more "pushed" to buy it because of that and not only because i love and support selena.
Melissa Isais Valencia
Rare & Fenty beauty are borderline interchangeable when it comes to foundation/concealers but they’re both high quality, with beautiful packaging that makes me feel luxurious. Every other celebrity brand I’ve seen come out seems chalky, cheap or derivative.
CerealKilla420 Vor 5 Tage
@Tired actually that was more of a coincidence.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
@mald rare beauty explained that the design is just a coincidence, not purposely design by their company for that intention. It just peoples assumption and false. But they are happy that the coincidence is help people lifes better.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
@Tired selena explained that they did not make the design for disable peoples intention. It just a happy coincidence. They explained that it just peoples asumption and false. But they are happy that the result makes peoples life better
Tired Vor 13 Tage
@mald np!
mald Vor 13 Tage
@Tired thank for explaining! I didnt realise the ball shape could help!
Nellie C
Nellie C Vor 10 Tage
For a long while, Fenty Beauty was the ONLY brand I could find where I loved the formula and it matched my skin perfectly. I have medium skin that is neutral toned (you can imagine how difficult it is to match that color) and have never found anything else that has that “my-skin-in-a-bottle”/stick color like Fenty does. It’s the only influencer brand I use.
Sebum Post Mortem
Everything existed in MAC more than 30 years ago (I' EXTREAMLY olive, almost greenish) but MAC' s quality and ethics are disgusting 🤦🏻‍♀️ As soon as somebody offered me a better alternative, I ran to Riri' s arms. 🧛🏻‍♀️🖤
THE LIFE OF H Vor 12 Tage
I'm glad we are finally talking about this. I've been blocking so many celebrities and brand from my social media because I am exhausted from all the advertimemt. I really don't care for them and I just want to live in peace.
candy apple
candy apple Vor 10 Tage
as an 18 year old girl i have purchased products from a small handful of celebrity brands. though the only ones i continue buying from are rare beauty and sometimes fenty. if selena gomez decided to walk away from being the face of rare beauty today, i would still love the brand just as much. buy stuff that genuinely makes you happy. just like lorde said, your favs don't need your money!
Brittany S
Brittany S Vor 6 Tage
fr they don't need it but they still do cash grabs cuz they are greddy and WANT it.
beastghost Vor 13 Tage
If you really want a truly signature scent, look into smaller independent perfumeries like Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab and order some samples. Get weird with it. I now get to tell anyone who asks that I smell like "Burial". It's earthy and piney and I'm obsessed.
The Sunny Show
The Sunny Show Vor 13 Tage
As an aspiring graphic designer/artist, but also a person with limited mobility in my hands, celebrity packaging is what gets me. Remove the logos and you’d be hard pressed to tell them apart. It’s either sleek white or oddly shaped & difficult to hold. PLEASE, give me color or give me nothing.
The Sunny Show
The Sunny Show Vor 5 Tage
I understand that! I honestly don’t know much about the line, and probably won’t buy it as I don’t really support them. I just heard a one off thing about refills.
Emma O
Emma O Vor 6 Tage
@The Sunny Show To me Kims SKKN brand being sustainable just seems like greenwashing, it's more like you are buying a reusable case to put a normal product inside rather than something that actually reduces the amount of plastic used. The plastic, for the refills of the five products that come in a pump bottle, doesn't seem any thinner than a standard pump bottle and then you just slot it into another plastic container. I haven't seen them in person though so I could be wrong.
yoshita Vor 7 Tage
@Jada “Entanglement” Pinkett is my GOD i don't think it started from nowhere, tbh. selena gomez has a rabid fanbase and PR
The Sunny Show
The Sunny Show Vor 8 Tage
I mean, it’s very much Kim’s style, just not mine. I believe you can buy refills which I like because it reduces packaging waste. A point I feel like I didn’t make clear in my first comment is that I dislike the basic packaging because it’s everywhere. You walk into Sephora or Ulta and there’s no color, and I’m a color gal. It’s not because I necessarily find them ugly, I just want something new & interesting.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
Hey how about that kim k design for her skin care skkn? I want to know your point of view as a graphic designer because i noticed the subdue color and design in that brand and want to know if it works or not for your preference?
Sebum Post Mortem
One moment of recognition, please, for the goddess *IMAN* who created her own brand in 1994 due to the lack of darker shades. 🧛🏻‍♀️🖤
Ri Grace
Ri Grace Vor 2 Tage
I honestly don't really use makeup anymore, only some mascara and eyebrow stuff on special days. In my teenage years, i overconsumed beauty products, now i'm more into skincare. Staying at home so long during the pandemic and using masks that destroy any foundation base really threw me of the makeup train.
brianna pontani
brianna pontani Vor 9 Tage
i’ve worked in a popular makeup store for 7 years and i’ve seen the absolute trash that these brands release for a quick money grab, i’ve also experienced the amount of waste and it’s disgusting. personally as a consumer i look for quality and those celebrity collaborations are uncreative and cheap.
nomm fourteen
nomm fourteen Vor 18 Stunden
As someone who was part of Millie's 'fandom' back when Florence launched, I can say it was marketed as a brand that had accessible and fun products for teenagers to use (nothing too full coverage, fun masks, etc...), and Millie seemed to be really at the head of the brand. It reflected her personality, what she stood for, etc... So it made sense.
SweetHime Vor 13 Tage
Rhianna making Fenty Beauty back in 2017 was the peak of celeb makeup/beauty for me. The only other celeb brand I think is worth it is Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez but other that that every other celeb brand has fallen flat for me. Now celeb perfumes? That’s where it’s at for me 😌
aku happy
aku happy Vor Tag
@EALPACA F. from?
For celeb perfume. REM seems good. Apparently a lot of people like it.
xoangel Vor 6 Tage
@kippylily I don’t think it looks ugly at all…sure, I would never buy the products from her because it’s simply overpriced asf and nothing for my sensitive skin but a lot of people like that clean minimalistic look. If the products were with good ingredients and way more affordable I would definitely consider buying it.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
@kippylily did you really think kim kardashian skincare packaging design was ugly and lazy? I have found comment that likes the design. I'm just really curious
u_u Vor 13 Tage
my fenty foundations and lip glosses are my favoorites, alone w the rare beauty blush line
Zeebee Vor 7 Tage
One of the recent examples of celebrity collaboration that really stood out to me is zayn malik's collaboration with eyewear brand called Arnette. He designed his own range of products with influences from his own interests, made them unisex and bio-friendly. The brand was already known to use sustainable material in their products and packaging. Its an all round good movement with regards to a celebrity using their influence for business and it definitely managed to appeal his fanbase in an authentic way.
Dean Asher
Dean Asher Vor 5 Tage
I feel like you were that girl in highschool that had the best presentations. Btw I’ve always thought your videos were really good and you seem very camera friendly and all your videos are really well done and explained. I was surprised at the end lol
Anu Liona
Anu Liona Vor 12 Tage
You truly make anything interesting. My interests are almost never aligned with your topics but I love to hear you talk about anything!!! Such talent!!
Glamatanyage Vor 2 Tage
The market is oversaturated. When a celebrity brings something completely new it has a place, as Iman did decades ago by launching foundations for darker skin because there weren't many options at that time.Big cosmetic houses have all they need in R&D, marketing etc...to innovate. Celebrities only want to make quick money on the beauty wave.
scifi.ginger Vor 13 Tage
I feel like no one ever brings up Rare Beauty's foundation line, specifically the shades aimed towards olive tones. Its literally the only line I've ever found my colour in
CerealKilla420 Vor 5 Tage
literally everyone does
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
Is there is not olive tones in fenty famous 40 shades foundation?
Lisa Vor 10 Tage
pale olive is such a unicorn shade, also my face eats every other brand of blush
gabriela Vor 11 Tage
this comment is enough for me to go and buy a foundation from them lol, i cba to keep mixing multiples shades to get the perfect undertone
solecito Vor 13 Tage
meg Vor 4 Tage
yeah I've never gotten into celebrity beauty brands simply because I know these celebrities are using insanely overpriced beauty products, a professional MUA, and cosmetic procedures/surgery to look how they look. me buying their crappy perfume or blush or skincare cream isn't going to give me the same results as the celebrity who's actually using completely different methods (while lying to my face) 🙃
Hannah Taylor
Hannah Taylor Vor 12 Tage
I have religiously used fenty beauty foundation for years purely because of its quality, it’s the only foundation i’ve ever found that matched my skin tone perfectly and lasts all day w/o making me breakout. While i’m not necessarily a fan of Rihanna’s I definitely respect what she has done with the brand
Kenny🐝 Vor 12 Tage
This feels exactly like when every celebrity made their own perfume in the 2000s! Now it's just rehashed into make up and skin care because that's the new popular trend so they are following it. It's so annoying 🙄
Christine Ortis
Christine Ortis Vor 12 Tage
I had to destroy so much returned and unused products when I worked at Ulta. It was such a waste 😞
T M Vor 13 Tage
I think there is a niche for influencer brands being worthwhile. The best example that comes to mind is Christine's Holo Taco. She had been painting her nails forever, and she set out to make nail polish that eliminated all of the frustrations she had with other nail polish brands. Holo Taco is genuinely the best polish I've used, and it's also decently priced. I appreciate the occasional situation where an influencer creates a brand that THEY genuinely believe in. It helps me cut through an insanely oversaturated market and find the product that actually works well.
SunB Vor 7 Tage
There's also a girl who launched a purse brand; but like actual usable (drink/laptop sleeves etc. etc.) and convertible purses, they seem amazing but sooo expensive
Sebum Post Mortem
One/Size from Patrick Starrr has the best contour for actual ebony skin, for instance. Kinda like the case of Riri. Or the Lunar shadows from Manny. Completely another story than putting your name on something that you don' t even know😅
mila Vor 9 Tage
that's different to what mina's talking about because christine's entire brand is built around nails. the weird thing is when someone not known for skincare drops a product line out of nowhere
GraceDcastle Vor 9 Tage
@Maddie J the scholarship's purpose is not that, it's a great scholarship anyway, but it's not "to help less fortunate students attend university"
Nicola Vor 11 Tage
yes, i love christine! i never used her products because im not a fan of painting my own nails, but it was refreshing to see an influencer who acc took the time to make a good product.
Isabella Kucher
Isabella Kucher Vor 13 Tage
I tend to not trust any brand with a celebrity behind it, because i know they have no idea of what they're doing and so the people truely behind it are unknown to me. the only one i gave it a shot was fenty beauty! i'm interested to see how Rhode by Hailey Baldwin will turn out now that is out. Also i'm still a shawol since a teen (for 11 years now lol) and was happy that you liked them too
Natalya Cervantes
Natalya Cervantes Vor 11 Tage
The only celebrity makeup brand that felt “new” and “different” was About Face for me and that’s because of how unique the products are and how colorful everything is…..
yoshita Vor 7 Tage
@✨Dubaddu wari wari ✨ i mean, a brand flopping doesn't mean that their products aren't unique?
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
@✨Dubaddu wari wari ✨ really? No one buy it?
✨Dubaddu wari wari ✨
It literally flopped.People are barely only now talking about it because of the eye paints but only because of tik Tok😂
Jenna War
Jenna War Vor 6 Tage
Fenty really did something and I enjoy Rare Beauty and Flower Beauty (a celebrity drugstore option is practically unheard of!) But everything else is so much Like I love Ariana grandes voice but her makeup line has me indifferent because the market is over saturated
Lauren Gonzales
Lauren Gonzales Vor 6 Tage
girl you were running hot in this one! great info tho and love the passion. I actually think goop's skincare line is really high quality and i like the emphasis on 'clean' ingredients but i think they tend to be overpriced. a really comparable line in terms of efficacy and ingredients is the brand youth to the people. they also use a lot of glass packaging which i love.
GlowingButterfly Vor 13 Tage
Fenty, Rare, and Flower Beauty are actually really good and quite high quality. Especially with Flower Beauty being an affordable brand with good products.
CerealKilla420 Vor 5 Tage
@Natalia Ramirez where are our free products? the main point was to make money. and her message she said several times. And it makes no sense and is contradictory . And only 1 percent of the money goes.
CerealKilla420 Vor 5 Tage
@B B can't say for Rihanna but people just like Selena.
Abby Bush
Abby Bush Vor 10 Tage
@B B I haven't seen it at my local Walmart. I know CVS usually carries it but I don't venture in there often
B B Vor 10 Tage
@Abby Bush have you tried going to Walmart ? I usually see Flower Beauty there.
Tinkle Me 4 [S]E.X
Tinkle Me 4 [S]E.X Vor 12 Tage
The other thing with Rihanna is that Fenty beauty was clearly a passion project for her; she sought out to make an inclusive beauty line to address the issues with bias against dark-skinned people. The other celebrity brands are obvious cash grabs that bring nothing innovative or exciting.
Kira Anastasia Andersen
Can we also talk about how there is no such thing as being a tween anymore. 13 year olds want to weat Si by Georgio armarni, not Taylor Swift
Rafael García Padilla
One thing I’ve noticed is how explicitly we express our desire to financially support celebrities/influencers/brands. Like, I’m not against it, it’s just that the way I remember it working was more like: 1) celebrity you like launches a product, 2) you did a bunch of mental gymnastics to prove to yourself and to others that the product is good, actually but secretly you just wanted to feel closer to them 3) you bought the thing. Now you hear people saying “it’s my money and I’d like to give it to the Kardasians to have it, unless the product is irredeemably bad”. I dunno if it’s a good or bad thing, but it’s tripping me out, honestly. 🥴
Eyes of the Cervino
I think self-awareness is a step in the right direction. A youtuber I like did a merch drop recently, and I was like, "Man, I wanna support, but I don't think I should buy stuff I don't need." So now I think I'll just scrawl some fan art on something I already own and send a donation directly, if I feel that strongly about supporting him. Less waste that way.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
I will not buy anything from artist eventhough that is my favorit artist if i didn't really need that product. Common sense must be always number one priority
ハリス - snoozy A113
I feel like About Face, Fenty, and Rare beauty have been only the really ones I’ve seen try to separate themselves with unique products and more thought goes into it on creativity and quality. I’ve bought from most and I’ve loved everything I have. I’m interested in Honest beauty because I do like Alba! As for something like Kylie you’re just buying the name, not the product.
faith Vor 13 Tage
i absolutely LOATHE when a celebrity gets plastic surgery and then tries to sell a product that claims to correct an area they corrected with surgery. like when celebrities get a shit ton of lip filler and then try to tell us how well their "lip plumping" gloss works, or get botox and try to tell us it was their skincare cream that made their skin smooth.
Quackity The Asker
Quackity The Asker Vor 10 Tage
@Cathlyn Dolera her brand is cute and funky and it's also a part of the fact that "I have such a massive fandom, I can just make easy 🤑💰" lmfao
Quackity The Asker
Quackity The Asker Vor 10 Tage
Quackity The Asker
Quackity The Asker Vor 10 Tage
@kerri a tiny little makeup is almost always used while promoting skincare or primer like products, that's still fine if you're doing filters or editing any features/imperfections.
Trisha Vor 10 Tage
Not only make up , all these Internet celebs get their body done ( liposuction , buttlift etc) and come up with their own fitness supplement line/ gym wear line like as if you work out for that BOD
Leah Asakevich
Leah Asakevich Vor 12 Tage
I think that's a reason why celebrities won't admit to the work they've had done, because if they admitted that, then everyone would for sure know, and they wouldn't buy the products the celebrities are claiming made them look the way they do. Like a lot of us speculate and lose trust in their products, but imagine if someone actually admitted to their plastic surgery or other procedures, then even more people wouldn't trust their products, and they wouldn't make money
Zeina 🔥 21 y.0 -check My V!deo
Fenty, Rare, and Flower Beauty are actually really good and quite high quality. Especially with Flower Beauty being an affordable brand with good products.
Fougère Richard
Fougère Richard Vor 12 Tage
Fenty Beauty is literally one of the only makeup brands to offer foundation shade options for ppl with darker skin
latazra Vor 5 Tage
@yoshitamillions is a stretch. we have different opinions and experiences and there’s obviously no way to get around your belief that Fenty invented makeup for dark skin. You’re right. We have never had any other choices. How we suffered before Fenty.
yoshita Vor 6 Tage
@latazra lol i'm from nyc. you're right, millions of people were all lying when they said fenty is the first time they were able to find their foundation shade and the only opinion that matters is that of makeup artists and not regular consumers because they don't "really know makeup. who cares that they use it just as much. extremely dark shades have always existed, poc are just lazy and just weren't looking hard enough. you're absolutely right👍🏽
latazra Vor 6 Tage
yoshita lol I didn’t say she couldn’t find a shade I said she used corrector which is normal now, just like contouring is normal. That’s like saying people wear concealer because they can’t shade match. By pink and pale I was referring to the undertones, the 80’s were big on a bronzed look with pink and orange and the 90’s did the opposite, and lots of foundations were made with that influence. But you could still get regular foundation from department stores and drug stores. Check out old the Revlon ads with Beverly Johnson if you don’t believe me. Maybe you’re from a small town but in big cities and internationally we have always had options, and big brands always had a good range. If you’re a fan of Fenty do what works but if you talk to people who really know makeup, which you admittedly do not, it’s not groundbreaking.
yoshita Vor 6 Tage
@latazra well, makeup isn't just made for makeup artists. as an everyday consumer, i haven't even heard the name of the brand that you're saying has custom blends. i could never find a shade. extremely dark skinned people could never find a shade. medium dark people couldn't find a shade. extremely pale people couldn't find a shade. you yourself admitted your mom couldn't find a shade. there is a reason that most people who do their own makeup and aren't makeup artists (whose entire lives revolve around makeup, who have studied shade matching and know a lot more obscure brands) loved fenty. not sure what pink and orange makeup in the 80's has anything to do with what we're talking about.
latazra Vor 6 Tage
yoshita I’m a brown skinned woman with olive undertones and I’ve been wearing/doing makeup for years now. Growing up in a family of women with olive and brown skin, I remember watching my mom use green color corrector with her foundations which is now a viral hack. Like I said, Prescriptives had custom foundation you could have blended at the counter. Pink and orange makeup dominated the 80’s and pale matte skin the 90’s, but you could always find a shade. That’s why so many MUA’s were meh about Fenty.
Damarius Sealey
Damarius Sealey Vor 12 Tage
You’re a star, I really enjoy your talks. So thought provoking and informative. Thank you, keep up the good work.
Alexis Teagan
Alexis Teagan Vor 12 Tage
Glad you made this video, recently saw both Hailey Bieber and Kim K on Jimmy Fallon, (I think within a week of each other) each promoting their respective new Skincare lines, and thought to myself, "HOW MANY MORE SKINCARE LINES DO WE NEEDDDD!??"
xoangel Vor 6 Tage
I get it with Kim K but Hailey was into skin care for a while now and I feel like it was kinda a dream for her to recreate her own one. Also she genuinely cared about having good ingredients in her products and not to mention her products are way more affordable than the ones from other celebrities.
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
Their fans will buy it haha
Aureus Vor 12 Tage
Exactly! I think unless you’re progressing in some way or adding something new to what’s already here it’s sort of pointless to start new beauty brands. Also- anyone know any environmentally friendly beauty brands? Thanks for talking about this Mina I think it’s really important :)
Reed Redline
Reed Redline Vor 10 Tage
This is such a good fucking video on why I've been feeling so...gross...about the industry. Thank you!
RedRidingHood Vor 7 Tage
It’s people own fault for buying them and making them richer. My mom always told me that celebs have a lot of money and go to the best dermatologist and get their makeup done by professionals whom already know their skin type and what makeup goes with them.
Anika Joy
Anika Joy Vor 7 Tage
I think its hilarious when celebs launch an "eco friendly" brand even tho it can't possibly be sustainable because there are already SO MANY PRODUCTS!
Keeli Siyaka
Keeli Siyaka Vor 13 Tage
I see more relevancy to Rihanna and Selena Gomez’s brands bc they started with a goal of inclusivity. Rihanna saw a need for more skin tones represented in makeup and Selena made packaging that is easier for people with arthritis or other dexterity issues.
Leanna Vor 4 Tage
@CerealKilla420 It's just a fact that she got massive backlash from her fans and the public when she announce Rare Beauty, you can read the many articles written about it still, I personally haven't seen a bigger backlash over a celeb makeup brand announcement but I don't see everything on the internet so if you have an example, I'm all ears. Also, like IMO it's a good thing if people on the internet occasionally are proven wrong and are less likely to be mean about something in the future, and if me saying that Selena proving Rare Beauty was actually a good brand and possibly changing how people reacted to celebrity brands in the future is victimizing her, so be it.
Emmanè The Created
@CerealKilla420 I'm a stan or neither so I'm not saying it to defend her or argue, but I definitely believe Ari is a bigger celeb than Selena with how hard her music popped during Thank U, Next.
CerealKilla420 Vor 5 Tage
@Leanna she go the brunt of nothing. y'all love to victimize her
CerealKilla420 Vor 5 Tage
@Emmanè The Created no Selena is a bigger celebrity lmao
aku happy
aku happy Vor 9 Tage
My though is that relevancy comes from:1) their big popularity that means lots of publicity and fanbase across the globe, 2) their special identity/background(fenty rihanna with the 40 shades foundation because she share the similar difficult experience to find the correct shade for multi different skin color and rare beauty selena with mental health message. 3) they have decent quality in their product that peoples didn't so easily find the bad things about their product, although in others older brand that quality and similar formula can be found too, but others just didn't have the brand power. 4) they have positive image as idealis woman with forward movement means lots of long lasting relevancy tied to their brand product. Just my two cent.
S. Vor 12 Tage
thank you for pointing it out honestly it never crossed my mind about this I was drawn to their unique creative products and I had no knowledge about this psychology of business I appreciate it thank you for educating me. and I oop- forgot about the environmental impact it's pain in the ass to to see huge amount of clutter of plastics that are going into waste
Kendra L. Saunders
Kendra L. Saunders Vor 12 Tage
Fenty made GOOD products, with beautiful and luxe packaging, and made sure it was sold at a prestige store (Sephora) rather than a collab with a brand that sells low quality products online or in only select less prestigious stores. It made a huge difference in the perception of the brand, and in the love for their products for sure
nematoad Vor 10 Tage
I really appreciate the plastic free metal packaging with mirror of the cream blush and lip color in one made by Honest Company. The only thing like that at drugstores in my area. Adorable old fashioned packaging and minimalistic.
Kristen Wittmeier
To be clear, none of these celebrities created their brands/businesses 100% on their own. They may have recycled an idea or saw an avenue to exploit but make no mistake, it took a team of experts to put these brands/businesses together. It’s such a letdown when you try these products. Most of them don’t do what they claim. With the exception of Cindy Crawfords line, buyer beware. The Kardashian-Jenners are brilliant at selling their products. I don’t like a lot of their stuff but they do a great job promoting themselves.
Isa Lewis
Isa Lewis Vor 13 Tage
They especially need to stop with skincare
YMC_JaY TV Vor 10 Tage
@Flrnc Lrnc yea.
Flrnc Lrnc
Flrnc Lrnc Vor 10 Tage
@YMC_JaY TV best skincare ever tbh
YMC_JaY TV Vor 13 Tage
I agree, I use to be obsessed with wanting to get that cool skincare stuff. Now I just go do the basics: wash cloth, soap, and water lol.
May Vor 13 Tage
@MOVE you’re everywhere in the comments defending celebs. Also, I don’t think anyone is going to take someone with a Dream pfp seriously. move along
r o s e s
r o s e s Vor 13 Tage
@MOVE said the dream stan
meg Vor 4 Tage
also, anyone else old enough to remember when a-list US celebrities were really uptight about doing commercials in the US but had no problem going to Japan and appearing in really fucking weird Japanese commercials? 🤣
Rosie Xx
Rosie Xx Vor 11 Tage
Completely agree with the exception of Fenty beauty's foundation shade range; I have extremely pale skin so I cannot tell you the amount of money I wasted on foundations that were claiming to be "fair", "pale" and my favourite lie "porcelain"! Since her brand came out with their foundation I was sceptical but it turned out to be one of the best decisions ever, it's the only foundation I have found that goes pale enough for me and isn't ridiculously expensive.
Daniela Sarmiento
Really fair and really deep skin tones always seem to have the hardest time! I'm fair, usually always buy the lightest shade a brand offers (preferably with a neutral undertone, why do they insist on making them so yellow?), half the time it is too deep for me. And I'm not the absolute fairest the skin ranges go! A nightmare!
Janice A Chan
Janice A Chan Vor 3 Tage
This was so well researched, thank you!
Learning a Thing or Two
Also, I like the fairness you show in pointing out things and your thorough explanation.
Claudia l
Claudia l Vor 11 Tage
I feel like there's a space but it has to be different in a way and with some passion: Fenty was all about diversity and inclusive and large range. Rare has mental health, natural beauty and accessible packaging (easier to open for people woth arthritis like Selena) About Face is this really artistic take on makeup and it really matches Halsey's painting/artistic side Holo Taco matches Cristine/SimplyNailLogical has been involved with a lot of nail polishes and reviews so it makes sense Kylie lip kits even though they're now out of fashion really made sense at the time. there's others where you van see there's passion behind the brand and it makes sense. For Rihanna I will say that Fenty is way better than Savage x Fenty, she's supposed to released a fragrance soon so we'll see how that goes 🤷
Wild Iris
Wild Iris Vor 15 Stunden
I use The Ordinary skincare and absolutely love the product for its anti aging benefit and the price point is phenomenal.
Chicago Vor 12 Tage
When celebrities launch their beauty brands that’s where I start losing interest in them.
teuse Vor 11 Tage
I tend to not trust celebrity beauty brands. Something about them just screams cheap and bad quality. (Unless they already proved themselves, like Fenty)
Ry f
Ry f Vor 10 Tage
i think fenty and about face are genuinely good beauty brands that have a certain set of standards and a reasoning behind the products they choose to release. as someone who’s very much into skincare it’s strange to see so many people release the same peptide moisturizer and some sort of serum over and over
Eliana Pérez
Eliana Pérez Vor 7 Tage
Fenty, Honest Beauty & about-face are quite innovative. The rest can go. So glad you included info. on packaging, too. That's a big prob/needs major improvement!
Alexis Teagan
Alexis Teagan Vor 12 Tage
Regarding celebrity endorsements way back when, it took me YEARS to realize that celebrities do NOT use box hair dye, even if that’s what they claim in the commercials 🙈
Z U Vor 5 Tage
I'm so happy I dont wear make up ... or rarely. Its so shocking that people are ok with abused animals and all the plastic waste. Plus I've seen co-workers go into near panic attacks if they cant wear or re do their make up for some reason.
vip3r Vor 8 Tage
when fenty beauty hit the scene the world literally blew tf up. it was groundbreaking. and then after that every celeb wanted fenty beauty success. that's what started the celeb makeup epidemic. it's getting tired now, especially since not one of them have had fenty beauty impact or quality.
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