Should we trust celebrity owned makeup products?
Nowadays, I surprisingly find out that the whole makeup industry is saturated with celebrity owned makeup brands. Many people may wonder whether they are trust-worthy. So today I am gonna to talk about some popular celebrity owned makeup products. Why do celebrities start up their own makeup brands? Some of you guys might actually be very put off by the idea of an celebrity owned beauty brand but for me that idea completely tracks and makes all the sense in the world. Their fame enable them to make more money in the makeup industry. Why does it work? The main reason, of course, is that they are popular among people. Consumers might have the idea that they see their public figure celebrity whatever as a friend so they would buy it in order to support the celebrity. Also, their popularity will make their brands seem to be more reliable for consumers. With celebrities we hold them in such high regard and we look at them as kind of like pillars of wealth, success and beauty so anything that they like we just assume must be better than anything else in that same category. So I think there's like two different types of celebrity endorsements. Personally, I DON'T LIKE those celebrity owned makeup brands and I never buy their products. Why I never buy those products? Firstly, I don't think they are worth the price. The products are expensive, and they aren’t all-inclusive. Under the influence of celebrity, sometimes we might need to pay more money for the products without even realizing it. Khloe, Kourtney, and Kim Kardashian developed a line named Khroma and faced legal troubles, which led them to change the name to Kardashian Beauty. “They could have done a range that thoughtfully tackles the problems of mixed-race girls,” Wonderland magazine says. However, the shades in the Kardashian Beauty range are extremely limited. Secondly, Just because a celebrity looks flawless on TV or in a magazine doesn’t mean that they made the makeup their makeup artist used to create that image. Just take Kylie Cosmetics for example, many girls love her makeup looks and therefore buy her makeup products. But you will never look as good as the advertisements show. Many people are calling out the lip kit’s seriously bent-out-of-shape brushes. Nothing is going to make your lips look like Kylie’s unless you opt for fillers It’s more about loving makeup than about loving a celebrity. It’s about knowing what works for you and wanting to buy that makeup. Celebrity cosmetic lines don’t mean anything to me because I already know that so many brands put hard work into creating makeup and other beauty products. That's what I think about celebrity owned makeup brands. If you have any opinion, you can also share them with me!
Oct. 25, 2020
Mindalynn_14I really think you have to research each celebrity brand individually and compare it to what else is out there. Like the Kylie and KKW brands are cleeaaaaarly out for money and don’t actually care about their products or the ingredients in them. Plus kylie’s lip kits are so overpriced considering they’re identical to Colourpop’s. I trust brands like Fenty and Rare because it’s clear that the celebrities themselves put time and effort into their brands to make sure they were inclusive and well thought out. All of the starter products for rare beauty make sense, plus in a world of $40+ foundations, their foundation is only $29, which is cheap compared to milk makeup, Charlotte tilbury, Dior, etc. I bought their blush for $20 and let me tell you that will work on someone super dark and super light because it’s so highly pigmented yet so easy to sheer out. And I’ll never run out of it either. Same with fenty, like the products are so inclusive (40 foundation shades right off the bat!) and her blushes and contour products are also good for a wide range of shades. I think celebrity brands can be good, but you have to look at each one individually
Oct. 25, 2020·16 likes
relpixelaI agree, Rare beauty was 2 years in the making and their products are made with inflammatory diseases and arthritis in mind so I support them. Plus rare beauty has a better shade range than Fenty beauty
Oct. 25, 2020·9 likes
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