This week's headlines: Lady Gaga unveils her makeup line, Jo Malone's first male ambassador and more
If you had to pick between Lady Gaga's budge-proof makeup products or Kylie Jenner's summer-ready body collection, which would you go for? Below, find out the latest in beauty headlines this week (including where you can get 100% natural, non-toxic, non-GMO skincare in KL):
Lady Gaga's makeup range is now on Amazon
Lady Gaga is making her much-anticipated cosmetics range accessible for everyone. Haus Laboratories officially launches on Amazon.com tomorrow (wallets at the ready!) and here's what we gleaned: there will be three "show-proof" products that are super pigmented and long-wearing—including the high-shine Le Riot Lip Glosses, available in shimmer, pearl and pure pigment; the demi-matte RIP Lip Liners that are waterproof, and the Glam Attacks liquid-shimmer powders that can be worn alone or layered for various finishes. What are you most excited for from the Mother Monster's debut makeup collection?
Kylie Skin drops three new products for summer
Kylie Jenner isn't slowing down just yet when it comes to her money-milking business endeavours. Barely a few months after launching skincare range Kylie Skin, she gave us an Instagram sneak peek on what to expect from her summer collection: a Coconut Body Lotion, Coconut Body Scrub, and a Broad Spectrum SPF30 Sunscreen Oil. While the first drop is scheduled for July 22—is her summer-scented lineup one you're stoked for, or will it be a hard pass?
Beyoncé makes a blinged-out statement at The Lion King premiere with her mini me
We're already excited for the premiere of the live action adapatation of The Lion King, but Beyoncé ups the ante with a headline-stealing appearance with daughter Ivy Blue earlier this week in Los Angeles. Her heavily-embellished getup was complemented with her most unusual hairdo yet—a cornrow ponytail with retro-inspired swirls and pin curls in a dark brown hue coupled with lighter ends. Ivy Blue also had her red carpet hair moment with double buns clinched with blinged out scrunchies—matching mother-daughter looks, done right.
John Boyega is the new face of Jo Malone London
The first Jo Malone London Gent is none other than Star Wars actor and born-and-bred Londoner, John Boyega. His partnership with the fragrance house isn't entirely surprising—Boyega is very much the epitome of a classic British gentleman. "A born and bred Londoner, John is intelligent, inclusive and witty. He shares our core values of generosity and creativity and is unafraid to speak his mind," says Jean-Guillaume Trottier, Global President of Jo Malone London. Talk about a matchmake in scent heaven.
Tata Harper is now on Sephora
If you're all about non-toxic, 100% natural skincare products that are packed with ingredients in the highest levels of concentration, look no further than American beauty brand Tata Harper. The brand dropped on Sephora early this week and we can't wait to get our hands (and skin) on its non-artificial formulations. Bestsellers include the Regenerating Cleanser, Resurfacing Mask, and the multifunctional Beautifying Face Oil that also works on unruly flyaways.
Sam Smith marched at #QueerBritain with a razor-sharp cat eye
Sam Smith's repertoire doesn't merely include singing, performing and the occasional fashion statement. The singer sported an understated beauty look to the streets of London during the Pride in London parade—we're talking a classic flick (done with liquid liner), a swipe of mascara and light pink lip gloss. Are his beauty chops as #winning as his fashion sense?
Victoria Beckham meets Huda Kattan
Put two savvy #BossGirls together and you might just get a collab that's too worthy of words. Fashion designer Victoria Beckham recently hung out with beauty entrepreneur behind Huda Beauty, Huda Kattan in London and we can't wait to see what will transpire from their first encounter IRL. If Victoria Beckham's 2017 collab with Estée Lauder is anything to go by, let's just say that we can expect major news from her namesake beauty label in no time.