Antonio Garza: A YouTube Baddie Who’s in on the Joke

If there’s any miscommunication between me and another person, it’s always been handled off social media, because I think it’s really pointless to fight with someone publicly.So because I make the decision not to involve drama with social media, when it comes to other people and fights, that has really kept me out of drama. What is the secret to crafting the perfect clickbait title?Whenever I’m thinking of a title, I never am going to clickbait it too badly. Another really important step is you have to smell like a baddie. So I don’t know. If I’m going to clickbait you, I’m going to make sure the video at least somewhat applies to what the title is. I had that thought when I was starting, but I was mostly just starting for myself. When it gets more safe to be out in general, I definitely am going to go shopping because I have not shopped. They always make me feel like my life is together when it’s not, but in that moment it is.What are the most important steps to be a baddie?Well, of course, the way you look, your makeup matters. Is it intentional? Me and my close friend group, in terms of the way we treat each other, nothing has changed, which I’m really, really thankful for. Did you feel like there was something missing from the beauty space?A little bit. So hopefully one day I can make a whole video with her.You have a really huge following. She’s a camera whore, so she’s thriving whenever she gets to be on camera. You can have the baddie look, but if you don’t act like a baddie, then you’re not a baddie. It’s kind of fun, and then after you feel like you just cried out all your toxins and you feel amazing.I have to say one of the big things on my mind today is Chromatica. It is an amazing feeling.I personally have never gone three months without crying, but good for you.I will go through periods where I don’t cry and it’s weird, but that’s when the cry hits differently. I’ll try to do something either new with my hair, with my makeup, at least nowadays I’m starting to try to do that because I’m bored of looking at myself.One of my favorite videos of yours was recreating your old makeup. A lot of the fan base thinks we have a similar vibe and we’ve met before, we’re different people, but I feel like it would be such a fun dynamic between us.Well you’re both baddies, obviously.That’s the goal. It’s really fun, which is kind of dark, but it’s weird also, thinking back to the head space I was in back then. I was that person who was always in drama over something. Login • Instagram
What do you think is a better feeling: a really good laugh or a really good cry?Dang, that’s a hard question. When I’m going through and watching, if there’s anything that’s touchy or shouldn’t be in a YouTube video or I think the audience wouldn’t like, it always ends up being cut out.How long does it typically take you to edit a video?If it’s a video that’s going to end up being around 10 minutes, I may be able to get it done with two days of fully editing, committing that day to editing. No matter what you’re doing, if you’re still doing school, if you’re not, make time to talk to the people you love, because it will help you so much.What’s your favorite way to practice self-care?Face masks. The fact that she was happy to laugh at herself and invite her viewers to laugh with her helped, as did her knack for meme-worthy content like turning herself into the cowboy emoji or sneaking into her old school after dropping out to enroll in online courses.Over Zoom, PAPER caught up with Garza — in full glam, wig and all — to learn exactly how many hours it takes her to edit her videos, the most important steps in becoming a baddie and the other YouTubers she’d most like to collab with. There were just a few instances where I went through a whole bunch of situations, and maybe I did post about them on my Snapchat story, maybe I did post that on my Instagram Story, Twitter or whatever. I wasn’t really thinking about the community like I do now, but now looking back there was something missing and hopefully that was something that I was able to give to people in the beauty community.When you did start, what was more important to you, making beauty content or making videos that were going to make people laugh?A hundred percent making people laugh. Is that something you picked up along the way or have you gotten any advice from other people in the industry?Yeah, it’s a lesson that I’ve taught myself through being in so much drama in middle school and high school. I was a Lady Gaga stan since third grade, which really says a lot about me. I have a lot. Our dynamics are the exact same as it was before I even started YouTube. It’s really helped me get so many more videos out than usual and focus on myself more, which is something that I think I needed.”Related | Sean Garrette Wants Your Skin to Look as Good as HisWhen Garza first started gaining traction on YouTube in 2018, the beauty space was beginning to feel stale. It always feels like you’re in on the joke, and you’re really open about your anxiety, about depression. I would never have thought so many people would’ve known me back then. The worst anyone’s ever said about her is that she looks like Mariah Carey and she learned to deal with that. I just talked to my friend, “How have I not been canceled yet?” And I was thinking, “Oh, because I don’t do anything.” That’s why I haven’t been canceled. If you could give your fans one piece of advice on getting through the next 15 years of quarantine, what would it be?What’s helped me most and what I would tell other people to do is, call your friends, keep in touch with people in your life, even if it’s people who you were kind of friends with in school. If they’re editing it, I’ll be in your video, but if I have to edit it, I don’t know. I’ve online shopped a lot, but I miss walking around shopping centers. What is it like to look back on your evolution and use it as content?When I think back to the way I used to be as a person, I’m really happy that I used to be gross and cringe-worthy, because now it makes it so fun to look back and laugh at it, and to be able to laugh at my old self with other people too. I would do that, but of course it’s not how it works. Do you feel really good about everything you’ve put out?For the most part I felt fine with everything. I’m literally going to remember that and put that as my bio.Great, I’ll send you an invoice.Welcome to “You’ve Been Served,” Rose Dommu’s alternately irreverent and incisive look at beauty, ranging from the deeply personal to pop cultural — essays, product guides, interviews with artists/influencers/specialists and deep dives into the beauty industry’s impact on internet culture.Photo via Instagram Login • Instagram
You’ve been on YouTube for a couple of years now. Were there people who influenced that or did you figure it out intuitively?Prior to starting YouTube, I used to always edit videos as a child and would use iMovie which is what I started using when I made my own videos. I just don’t think there’s a point.I always am conscious of things that could be seen as offensive to anyone or tone deaf. I haven’t done it in so long. So why would I want to do that now when I have a following? A core group of influencers dominated the platform with videos that centered on makeup reviews and challenges, and while their off-screen drama provided plenty of entertaining gossip, their content became somewhat rote. So I guess I would say crying, even though it’s more depressing, it’s worth it. It was not fun. One of my goals was to collab with Tana Mongeau, and I recently did that, so very proud of myself on that one.One of the things that gets talked about a lot in the beauty community is all the drama and infighting and people having tea with each other, but you seem to be really free of that. I didn’t think of doing that in actual YouTube videos until I watched Emma Chamberlain. Login • Instagram
Do you get sick of looking at your own face and hearing your own voice?[Laughs] Every single time I sit down to edit a new video, I look at it and I’m like, “Oh, I don’t want to see this. I knew all the words to all of Born This Way. But with this album coming out, I am ready to start stanning again.If you had to make one Gaga song the anthem of your life, what would it be?The song that describes my life would be either “Bloody Mary” or “Government Hooker” from Born This Way.Wow. So she’s not getting hate comments.That’s a compliment, honestly.She hates Mariah Carey. Especially for me because I don’t really like looking at myself with other people. I imagine if I did bring all my fights and all my bad situations to social media, I probably would have gotten into a scandal by now. That’s a fun fact about me. I’ve tiptoed into it because bringing my family on social media scares me. I try to make everyone feel good and that’s kind of my vibe. Login • Instagram
That seems like a really mature mindset for someone your age. But not too much.Messy enough to make them laugh, but together enough to keep them watching?That’s the best thing I’ve ever heard. “Having to be forced to stay home has really helped me spend time with myself for the first time in a long time. “To a certain extent,” she clarifies. I need to stop spending money on them because I wear them two times and then get bored of them and buy a new one.You know what, being a little bit messy is kind of your thing and has literally made you famous. As of yet you are uncanceled.Exactly, and I hope it stays that way for a while. I don’t think I’ve had an instance where I have watched back and I thought to myself, “Hmm, should’ve said that.” I always think I do a pretty good job and that’s handed over to my editing, because I’m going through a video so many times, at least more than I’m assuming a regular YouTuber would. I tell her it’s a compliment, but she’s like, “Hmm, she’s annoying.” I’m like, okay-She’s the ultimate skinny legend.Right, she’s an icon. What did you set out to do when starting your channel? I don’t know, do all my summer plans I had to cancel. Would you click?” That’s how I end up with my final title, which is always just a little bit clickbait, but it’s the fun of it.I noticed that you started featuring your family a little bit more in your videos. Maybe a little bit too much. She has a strong head. That’s why quarantine has been somewhat of a blessing in disguise for Garza. When I see that, it makes me feel less alone in any sort of issue I’m going through.Do you ever look back at your old videos and say, “I wish I hadn’t said that” or “I wish I’d talked more about this thing”? Like when you haven’t cried in like three months, and you cry it all out. It really helps me personally, myself making the jokes and also seeing that other people are going through similar things. That’s all I care about in life. So I guess the secret to success is to be a little messy?A little bit. I definitely do see myself in the future, doing the same exact thing. Is turning that into comedy something that helps you actually handle that in your real life?I think so, because laughing about hard issues, no matter what it is, helps so much more than sitting in my bed and dwelling about them. I don’t really like doing collabs that much. Obviously, she was a huge inspiration for me at the time because her and I were doing similar things.Another hallmark of your videos is how self-deprecating you are. It doesn’t really seem to scare them at all, but it scares me just because of comments and stuff. Was that something that you all talked about or just something that happened organically?That’s been one of my most requested videos for the past year: do your mom’s makeup, show us your mom or show us your brother. It’s a conscious act for me to not start drama with anyone because that kind of drama between two people, I don’t like doing that. I can’t even imagine how horrible that would be now to have other people’s opinions on any bad situations.You love a good clickbait title. That’s maybe not surprising, considering the 17-year-old beauty vlogger is most often found alone in her bedroom blending eyeshadow, playing Roblox, employing her trademark self-deprecating humor and spending countless hours editing her YouTube videos.Lockdown has forced Garza “to get a lot of work done, which I’m not usually very good at doing.” Fans know this from the long stretches between the influencer’s videos, which she frequently apologizes for on camera, but when you’re a famous teenager, you can’t really be expected to stay inside all day. Is this too boring? I would travel, I would go to Europe. Same goes for friends who I’ve brought on my channel or maybe don’t want to bring on my channel. What is that like to navigate?It’s been life-changing, obviously. She loves being on camera. I don’t want any of this.” I get over it of course, but that is definitely something I go through, which is why I really try to switch my look up in every video. But overall, I’m really thankful for it and I wouldn’t trade it for anything now.What’s the first thing you’re going to do once the pandemic is over, if it’s ever over?If there was one day where it ended, which of course is not how it works, I would immediately go to Hawaii. I just want to make everyone laugh, of course, and so I found it pretty easy to stay out of scandals. Hopefully it stays that way. How has that impacted your real life, both at home and then with friends from school. Maybe if it is then I’ll laugh at myself now, and in a few years and everyone will laugh too.I mean, you’re 17. As a group we’ve had to adapt. “I actually am kind of a fan of it,” admits Antonio Garza when I ask how she’s finding quarantine. I also find that when I make jokes off of them in the videos, I read the comments and a lot of people are saying they deal with similar things. Of course, I kind of stanned other people as I got older and fell out of my Lady Gaga phase. I’ll always start with the concept of the video and I’ll think, What is the juiciest, most interesting thing I’m going to be doing and talking about in this video? Something just clicked in my mind recently and I thought, Why not show everyone the person who raised me? All of The Fame, I think by the end of my third grade year, that was when I started stanning, and I have stanned ever since. Login • Instagram
A wig doesn’t hurt.That is the tea. So we all have to deal with me getting stopped a lot. It helps so much to have friends who you can call, and people you can talk to because I find myself getting so lonely for days at a time, and it just is so sad. Ha ha.” But a good cry hits differently. I’m not going to say that makes the boys want you because who cares about the boys. [Laughs] In three years [I’ll look back and] literally hate myself right now, but right now I’m doing fine, so I don’t even care.Who are some other creators you would want to collab with?Brentman Rock is someone who makes me laugh and someone who I want to collab with. I never want someone who’s a troll to say something mean and have feelings hurt or anything so I’ve been hesitant. I’ll come up with all these crazy titles and then I’ll actually just ask all my friends, “Is this too much? That’s what I was really seeking for when making videos, because I knew that’s what the viewer was going to take with them when they were done watching the video — not, “Oh, how did I learn to do the smokey eye today?”Your editing style has really become your signature and replicated across YouTube. Same goes to my family, of course. The taste really jumped out. There are times where it’s scary or where concerning things will happen, but we all learned to live with it. They’re on Amazon for $40.How many wigs do you own?I feel like 20 maybe, not that much. I want to travel, but I know that I probably am going to be too scared to, at least until the end of this year. Garza was a welcome disruption, combining the familiar intimacy of “get ready with me” videos with the irreverent editing styles popularized by vloggers like Emma Chamberlain. They’re all sitting over here on the pile on the ground because I’m a little bit messy. I want to collab with Nikita Dragun, I feel like that’d be really fun. I don’t know if what I’m doing right now is going to be cringe-worthy in a few years. But you have to find a scent that is attractive and then just carry yourself like you’re a baddie, like you’re that bitch. If we’re just going to the mall, our trip to the mall is probably going to take an hour longer than it usually would because I’m going to be stuck a lot, taking pictures with people, which I love, of course and I miss right now. I always watch back my old videos and I think, “That was good,” I always laugh at myself, which maybe a little bit self-conceited. If we just want to go shopping, we all have an instinct now where if someone’s looking at me or if there’s a group of people coming, we know without even looking, we just know. Are you a Little Monster?Tell me why, literally right when I was getting ready, I was listening to “Sour Candy.” I am obsessed with it. Making fun of myself always can make them feel better about it. Find a good perfume, find your scent that makes… They are too stressful to film and edit. Through that, I learned by looking back at the situation that it’s the same thing, just because you’re not really popular, it’s like having these kinds of fights or scandals and stuff, it brought me down a lot at the time. I would say laugh because it’s like, “Okay, having a good time laughing. You definitely will at some point look back and cringe.Yeah. I will forget to talk to my friends, but then when I talk to my friends I’m happy. Sometimes if it’s a video that’s going to be around 20-25 minutes, then I’ll find myself editing for 30-40 hours straight and it takes a lot out of me.

Morphe Will No Longer Work With Jeffree Star

As a result, Star’s past was also scrutinized thanks to problematic photos and posts from his Myspace days. “As we look to the future, we will continue to share updates on what lies ahead for the Morphe brand.” Today we’ve made the decision to cease all commercial activity related to Jeffree Star and affiliated products. More recently, Aina severed ties with Morphe and called upon other influencers to demand action from the company, who she criticized for continuing “to retail anti-Black racist beauty brands.”Star has yet to respond to Morphe’s announcement.Photo via Getty As we look to the future, we will continue to share updates on what lies ahead for the Morphe brand.— Morphe (@MorpheBrushes) July 10, 2020 Earlier this month, Tati Westbrook’s claim that Star was a co-owner of Morphe led to increased scrutiny surrounding their business relationship — a rumor the brand subsequently denied.And while Morphe did not give any further explanation for this latest decision, the move comes on the heels of backlash against Star and fellow YouTuber Shane Dawson. We expect this to conclude within the coming weeks. Morphe has officially cut ties with longtime collaborator Jeffree Star.On Friday afternoon, the cosmetics company — which has served as one of the main retailers for Jeffree Star Cosmetics — announced the “decision to cease all commercial activity related to Jeffree Star and affiliated products.”Related | Jackie Aina Severs Ties With Morphe Amid Jeffree Star Controversy”We expect this to conclude within the coming weeks,” the brand wrote via Twitter. Back in May, the hashtag #ShaneDawsonIsOverParty started trending after old racial jokes and videos of him in Blackface resurfaced. Star also faced allegations of manipulation and tokenization by influencer Kameron Lester, in addition to accusations of “blatantly racist behavior” from Jackie Aina in 2018. Previously, Morphe collaborated with both influencers on their Conspiracy Collection, though the brand pulled the line from their website last month.In the weeks since, both Star and Dawson have come under fire for past racist actions from influencers and fans alike.

Tiffany Haddish Shuts Down Critics of Her Shaved Head

After all, as she explained, with her new look, she no longer has to worry about getting her hair wet, when she can work out, or how her neck sometimes hurts from having “heavy” dreadlocks. So hello Scalp #SheReady to everything. But I really don’t think I am going to be mad at all. View this post on Instagram I cut all my hair off cause I want to see my Scalp. I’m not suffering from no emotional shit, nothing. I know my whole body I know where every mole is but I don’t know my Scalp. “I know where every single mole is. anybody that knows me knows me, knows I’ve been talking about this for a long time, okay?”And though she said that she’s been “blocked” in the past from doing it, according to Haddish, she’s no longer concerned about the people who “think I lost my mind” — especially if they’re men.”Why when a woman decides, ‘Hey I’m gonna cut this hair off because I wanna see my scalp,’ she gotta have a mental problem?” she said. I feel really, really good.”See Haddish’s videos, below. A post shared by Tiffany Haddish (@tiffanyhaddish) on Jul 7, 2020 at 12:58pm PDT View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tiffany Haddish (@tiffanyhaddish) on Jul 7, 2020 at 1:33pm PDT View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tiffany Haddish (@tiffanyhaddish) on Jul 7, 2020 at 5:36pm PDT Photo via Getty “Y’all don’t even understand how I feel really good about it,” Haddish concluded. “My sister said that I’m gonna cry tomorrow, that I’m gonna be mad about it tomorrow. Tiffany Haddish is already shutting down potential critics of her shaved head.Earlier this week, the star took to her Instagram to share a series of videos documenting the process of shaving her head — something she’s wanted to do “for years” so she could finally see her scalp.Related | Hair Stories: A Celebration of Black Women’s Versatility “I wanna see my scalp,” she said. “Nothing is wrong with my brain, you guys. Anybody that’s ever done my hair has heard me say it … I’ve literally been talking about this for years.”Not only that, but the star went on to express her excitement about all the future hairstyles she has in mind, as well as how she’s looking forward to taking the time she usually spends doing her hair on other things.

Lady Gaga Is the Face of Valentino’s Next Fragrance

Prior to the upcoming Valentino campaign, Gaga’s last commercial work was for Tiffany & Co in 2019 and 2017, according to models.com. Related | Lady Gaga: Life on Chromatica”Lady Gaga means freedom, self-consciousness, pure heart,” Piccioli said in a statement. “Her message of freedom, passion for art, self-consciousness and equality is the same [as what] our Valentino community stands for.”Photo via Getty “She is the icon of a generation,” Picciolo added. Lady Gaga has another major beauty gig under her belt, though this time it has nothing to do with Haus Labs. “Her participation in this campaign elevates the symbolic power of the project to the highest level.”

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Gaga has had some iconic moments in Valentino throughout her career, most memorably the time she wore a dazzling pink feather confection to the Venice Film Festival. She also donned a custom periwinkle couture gown from the brand to the Golden Globes for A Star Is Born. This morning, the superstar was announced as the face of Valentino’s next fragrance, Voce Viva, which is set to debut in September.The perfume was conceived by the brand’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli and the Valentino beauty team at L’Oreal, according to WWD.

Sean Garrette Wants Your Skin to Look as Good as His

Growing up, I was a loner. Everything about skincare, fragrance, it became like my life.”I hope moving forward that there’s more intuitive inclusivity and not such a quota being met, especially for people that look like me.”How would you quantify what you do?By trade I’m an esthetician, but I’m almost a skin therapist. I’ve always loved the color of my skin. I couldn’t play outside in certain clothes. And beauty needs to be more inclusive of sex, gender, race. And also take into consideration their price point with the pandemic going on, and then make sure it’s something that they can continuously afford to repurchase and they’ll follow in the future. I’m consistently reeducating myself. Login • Instagram
When did you start getting interested in beauty as an adult?Around like 2013-2014. As something of a skincare enthusiast myself — and by “something,” I mean I have an entire skincare drawer in my dresser and an Opening Ceremony tote full of extras of my favorite products in the closet — I’m always on the lookout for new experts to follow. So that would be my cleansing step. And the peptides, if I bring it up under my eye, it will help with the wrinkles and dryness.As a Black esthetician who works primarily with Black women, what kind of ripple effect are you hoping the current movement to dismantle white supremacy will have on the beauty industry?I’m hoping for a more authentic change. I’ll go over what they’re using, do a quick 30-minute interview and then create a new plan and routine moving forward for them. For me, the biggest challenge is tailoring it and making it more concise for clients because there’s so much on the market and so many products — so many ingredients that target the same thing. My mom has the most beautiful, caramel skin. His love of beauty was also directly inspired and fostered by the Black women in his life — namely his mother, grandmother and an aunt whose beauty rituals he observed reverently. Login • Instagram
What’s your favorite thing about your skin?I love my skin tone. Certain medical things or stressors or hormones trigger certain skin issues. Super, super hydrating, but also the niacinamide helps with some hyperpigmentation, a little oil control. In a world where influencers are beat and Facetuned to perfection, it’s refreshing to follow someone who knows that we all have acne, razor burn, sun damage and hyperpigmentation — and isn’t afraid to share his own.Although after seeing his gorgeous skin over Zoom, I can’t imagine Garrette ever looking less than 100% snatched… She always made sure she looked great and that passed down onto me. So it has peptides, niacinamide, peach extract and yam extract. The most important skincare rule I’ve ever learned was from my mother who told me to never go to sleep without washing my face. And so with that comes a lot of trauma, a lot of insecurity about image, especially skin, because those women aren’t as represented in these industries as they should, or even marketed towards. Her signature was red lipstick and she had 80 different wigs. So as I got older, she would tell me about taking care of my skin, make sure I’m washing my face, just hygiene, deodorant, things like that. She had about 50 perfumes from Chanel, Dior, Givenchy. Login • Instagram
How has your business changed during the pandemic?Since March, I’ve been doing virtual consults. A hydrating toner, of course, a hydrating serum, an SPF, and a good moisturizer I can use morning and night.”You can’t really be inclusive if you’re not including Black trans people, Black nonbinary people, Black gay people.”No eye cream?I don’t really use them. That’s when I discovered makeup and different fashion choices and things like that. My hyaluronic acids usually have three or four other ingredients that treat things that I want. It draws you in, but you learn something and can take from it and apply it to yourself.What is your favorite part about interacting with your audience?Just the connection. I’m always trying to make sure I’m tailoring it and making it as digestible as possible. That’s why I’m always glowing and I look like I’m sweating all the time because I’m overly moisturized. I literally did not have any skin issues or major breakouts until I turned 21 and had adult acne. Login • Instagram
Do you feel like you’re taking this insider knowledge and bringing it to people who don’t normally have access to it?Yes, and that’s really what started my Instagram and what I think made people gravitate towards me, mostly Black women, because I would take things that I learned in school and by trade and the spa and would simplify it to make it more digestible for my audience. And I love during the summer, when we get a little tan because the more red and golden tones come out. That’s what led me to Sean Garrette, an esthetician and skincare specialist who has built a following on thoughtful product reviews all while building an IRL clientele primarily made up of Black women. Login • Instagram
When did you realize that your skin was something that you had to actively take care of?Probably when I was in middle school. But, must haves is: a good oil cleanser or balm cleanser at night. I had moved to New York the first time or when I was like 21, 22. I think Black women are very excluded, but also Black men are excluded as well. And I was interested in getting to the fashion industry. About 90% of my clients are Black women. So my diet had changed, my lifestyle had changed, but I think all of that shifting in my hormones just freaked my skin out. My mom was very image obsessed. I really do love my skin tone, it’s like my favorite thing about myself, honestly.Did you always have good, clear skin, growing up?Yeah, I pretty much always had clear even-toned skin. I was always obsessed with beauty. For me it’s conflicting because I love the beauty space and the beauty industry so much. Instead of paying for a virtual consult and having to buy products on top of that, you can go to my Instagram and get something from it and be able to create a little routine for yourself.When you are recommending products, how do you tailor that to your patient?When you’ve been doing this for a while, you know what works with what, but again, depending on the certain issues or personal constraints, you tailor that to that. Login • Instagram
If you’re traveling — obviously no one’s going anywhere right now — what are five skincare products you have to bring with you?I actually just went on a four-day trip and I took three bags of skincare. My mom did not play with that ashy shit, you had to make sure you brushed your teeth, have fresh breath, your hair was groomed and that you were moisturized. I have like 50 eye creams and I probably use like three of them. Of course, my image and the way I presented myself became very important. Also, I’ve been trying to bump up my online content to be more educational because virtual consults can be a little pricey for certain people. Especially with my mom because she was in corporate America. As a career, I would say around 2014, I started working at a beauty counter and I just became obsessed with beauty. You trust Garrette because he’s not just recommending his favorite face wash (Youth to the People’s Superfood Antioxidant Cleanser), but because he’s sharing candid photos of the days when his skin isn’t looking flawless. In his own words, Garrette is a “skin therapist.”Related | Bob Scott on the Secrets to Celebrity MakeupGarrette is especially passionate about sharing his knowledge of skincare with Black women because the beauty industry so often neglects to make and market products specifically for them. What was the most important beauty rule you learned early on?To never leave the house ashy. So I’m literally the worst at packing because I’m like, I need everything for every situation. The consumer has become more aggressive with their demand to be recognized by brands.It’s sad that you have to almost attack and bully people to just do the right thing, but unless you hit them where it hurts, which is these brands’ pockets and their profit margins, your voice isn’t heard. I went through almost a second puberty, but I had lost like a ton of weight. I hope moving forward that there’s more intuitive inclusivity and not such a quota being met, especially for people that look like me. Most of my creams are pretty rich, so I look for things that have a little bit more advanced formulas. But she was using, like, Noxzema. So it’s like I’m counseling women in my spa, but I’m also giving them the building blocks to help them achieve better skin, lighten their hyperpigmentation, control their acne, for more confidence for them to do things like go for job interviews or dates. I always was a very isolated person, and now my work is a way for me to connect with people on a more personal level, learning people’s stories and expanding my knowledge of skin because everyone’s skin is completely different. When she’d leave, I’d be in her closet, trying perfumes and makeup and hair.” This fostered Garrette’s love of beauty and an understanding of its transformative power.Related | Get DSLs With These 8 Must-Have Lip BalmsThe skin therapist has earned the trust of his audience by providing them with his favorite products and the science behind them — I’ve learned about the importance of lactic acids from his posts — and also by being vulnerable with them. But it’s also a very divisive environment, and we’ve been having this conversation for years and years at this point. I grew up mostly as an only child until I was 12 years old and my mom had my little brother. And then also like a gentle cleanser I can use morning and night. My mom is a type A parent. When you come from a Black family, you always have to put your best foot forward. A lot of people don’t know why you need sunscreen if you have more melanin in your skin or why certain products work for acne versus hyperpigmentation. And that’s what led me into my obsession with skincare and products. It’s almost like I’m a skin coach. I’ll do Zoom consults and they’ll do an intake form. So she wasn’t even on to the good shit, she just would just cleanse her face and put lotion on.Those are the building blocks! I was her little doll, she always dressed me to a T, my hair had to be a certain way. I took my Instagram as an aesthetic medium to also be educational to people. It really goes beyond race, honestly, because you can’t really be inclusive if you’re not including Black trans people, Black nonbinary people, Black gay people, it has be intuitive and authentic across the board.Welcome to “You’ve Been Served,” Rose Dommu’s alternately irreverent and incisive look at beauty, ranging from the deeply personal to pop cultural — essays, product guides, interviews with artists/influencers/specialists and deep dives into the beauty industry’s impact on internet culture.Photo via Instagram Login • Instagram
“She used to be a jazz singer,” Garrette recalls, “and I used to sit on her bed and watch her get ready.

Social Circkle – Finger On The Switch Lyrics

At the hands of selfish men
The switch – the switch
They’ve got their fingers on the switch
The switch – the switch
Got their fingers on the switch At the hands of selfish men
The switch – the switch
They’ve got their fingers on the switch
The switch – the switch
Got their fingers on the switch
There’s no use to try to fight
Just hide out every night
War planes fill the darkened skies
It’s not a dream believe your eyes
Panic starts to hit the ground
T-minus ten they’re counting down
So this is how it’s gonna be? There’s no hope for you and me
The switch – the switch
They’ve got their fingers on the switch
The switch – the switch
Got their fingers on the switch
4321
Paper headlines scream in fear
It’s coming down the end is near
USSA’s the new Iraq
Just wiping cities off the map
So this is how it’s gonna end? There’s no use to try to fight
Just hide out every night
Paper headlines scream in fear
It’s coming down the end is near
USSA’s the new Iraq
Just wiping cities off the map
So this is how it’s gonna end?

Daniel Groove – Longe Lyrics

[Letra de “Longe” com Daniel Groove]
[Verso 1]
Nunca é muito longe
Se a tarefa é buscar
Um grande amor sem fim
Nunca é só espera
Se na festa teu batom
Vai desbotar em mim
[Refrão]
Você foi mais longe, eu quis buscar
Você foi mais longe, muito longe, muito longe
Você foi mais longe, eu quis chorar
Você foi mais longe, onde a dor tira o juízo
[Verso 2]
Não, não tem desculpa
Foi minha culpa que forjou
Nela teu novo olhar
Nunca é só espera
Se na festa teu batom
Vai desbotar em mim
[Refrão]
Você foi mais longe, eu quis buscar
Você foi mais longe, muito longe, muito longe
Você foi mais longe, eu quis chorar
Você foi mais longe, onde a dor tira o juízo
[Refrão]
Você foi mais longe, eu quis buscar
Você foi mais longe, muito longe, muito longe
Você foi mais longe, eu quis chorar
Você foi mais longe, onde a dor tira o juízo
[Verso 3]
Não, não tem desculpa
Foi minha culpa que forjou
Nela teu novo olhar sem fim
Nunca é só espera
Se na festa teu batom
É teu batom enfim
[Refrão]
Você foi mais longe, eu quis buscar
Você foi mais longe, muito longe, muito longe
Você foi mais longe, eu quis chorar
Você foi mais longe, onde a dor tira o juízo
Você foi mais longe, eu quis buscar
Você foi mais longe, muito longe, muito longe
Você foi mais longe, eu quis chorar
Você foi mais longe, onde a dor tira o juízo

Florent Marchet – Rio Baril Lyrics

Son clocher, son école
Sa place, ses cafés
Son crédit agricole
Et juste à côté
Sa mairie fleurie
Son microclimat
Sa gendarmerie
Pas de cinéma
Son hôtel le Lion d’or
Son camp de manouches
Quant la ville s’endort
Pas de quartier louche
Ses concours de pêche
Le long du canal
Ses gens dans la dèche
Son artiste local
Bienvenue à Rio Baril
Ses courses à vélo
Dans la rue centrale
Le fils du véto
Champion régional
Ses champs, ses pylônes
A mesure qu’on approche
Ses vieux aux dents jaunes
Et l’ombre des boches
Son terrain de foot
Ses méchouis de Septembre
Très souvent je redoute
Ce qu’on peut y entendre
Ses petits commerçants
Ses bas-rouges qui aboient
Ses adolescents
Qui ne reviendront pas
Bienvenue à Rio Baril…

Anoushka Shankar – Reunion Lyrics

You are
You, you are
You
You, you are
You
You, you are
You
(you are)
You, you are
(you are)
You, you are
You are
You are
Free now
You are
(you are)
Free now
You are free now
(You are free now)
You are free now
(You are free now)
You are free now
(You are free now)
You are free now
(You are free now)
You are free now

League Of Legends – Volibear, The Relentless Storm Lyrics (feat. Einar Selvik)

[Verse 1]
Teimir, himnir, rømnur kendirheim
Åskanda en helt, Valhirr
Æn vinde var on melter jeðir
Frón kalhirr ásþisk fjerner mjaer
[Chorus]
Vorrijaard kalhirr, veltur vé hertnås
Se tånhåg meg króna tyrr
Van Vorrijaard, bæoft, bæs marka lån
Nær isåg vír saman, vír stak
[Verse 2]
Teimir jørður rønmen tí vetirhiem
Os jørnår heilt vindrings, spaldnid
Jor kónger hon ærer skaldreinhorr
Regnås stremnor rei evaasist
[Chorus]
Vorrijaard kalhirr, veltur vé hertnås
Se tånhåg meg króna tyrr
Van Vorrijaard, bæoft, bæs marka lån
Nær isåg vír saman, vír stak

Ella Mae Morse – Seventeen Lyrics

Seventeen, seventeen
Cool and solid seventeen
Young enough to dance and sing
Old enough to get that swing
Past sixteen, done been kissed
Graduated and got that twist
Kind of love I can’t resist
At seventeen
Now sloppy shirt, old blue-jeans
Dirty shoes by all means
Patch of blonde, peroxide hair
Jukebox, baby, ain’t no square
Seventeen, hot rod queen
Cutest girl you’ve ever seen
Tell the world I’m really keen
On my hep-cat doll of seventeen

Bobby Pulido – Vive Lyrics

Se fue de su casa lleno de coraje
Ciego y salvaje
Fue creciendo su ira a toda
Velocidad
Y se fue sin decirle a nadie ni un adios
Pisandole fuerte al acelerador
Mientras maldecia
A su familia por no comprenderlo
Y se fue
Por la carretera sin control
Y no vio al camion que se le atravezo
Que se lo llevo al otro mundo
Para nunca regresar…. Vive todos tus dias
Como si fuera tu ultimo dia
Porque no sabes cuando te toca
Tu despedida en esta vida loca
Juan se fue de su casa muy enojado
A su trabajo por una fuerte discucion
Con su familia.. CoRo**
Vive todos tus dias como si fuera tu ultimo dia
Porque no sabes cuando te toca
Tu despedida en esta vida loca
Por eso vive todos tus dias
Sin tus rencores y con una sonrrisa
Con alegria ama la vida
De una manera ke sea positiva
Porque al irte sin despedirte
Lloraran corazones tristes
Y se fue sin decirle a nadie ni un adios
Pisandole fuerte al acelerador
Mientras maldecia a su familia
Por no comprenderlo
Y se fue por la carretera sin control
Y no vio al camoin que se le atrevezo
Y se lo llevo al otro mundo
Para nunca regresar
CoRo**
Vive todos tus dias como si fuera tu ultimo dia
Porque no sabes cuando te toca
Tu despedida en esta vida loca
Por eso vive todos tus dias sin tu
Rencor y con una sonrrisa
Con alegria ama la vida
De una manera que sea positiva
Porque al irte sin despedirte
Lloraran corazones tristes
(Es un pedazo de mi vida
Escalando hacia la sima
Cuando escuches este consejo
No todo es como se mira
Soy un hombre de familia
Hay que vivir con alegria
Porque ayer por la noche
Mi amigo perdio la vida
Y yo no quiero morir
Y no es ke yo fuera un covarde
Quiero recompenzar a mi jefita y a mi padre
Y escucha lo que escribo
Es un lamento y un motivo
Si no me cres a mi preguntale a
Bobby pulido)
Por eso vive todos tus dias
Sin tus rencores y con una sonrrisa
Con alegria ama la vida
De una manera que sea positiva
Porque al irte sin despedirte
Lloraran corazones tristes
(Otra vez mas en el microfono
Hay esta el bobby pulido representando
Con mensajes bueno pa’ mi gente
Para el mundo entero
Agarren onda que no les cuesta nada)

Eman X Vlooper – Tout’nou Lyrics (feat. Papa T)

Addicted to them, they want come rule the world (x8)
J’m’envais play hard, go hard
Jouer dur comme un hooligan
Mother f*ck the police, lâche mon bunda
Quand tu m’croises, haut les mains
Hold it down, f*ck les guns
Mon gars f*ck ton money, f*ck t’es conne
Quand tu joues aux échecs
Ça sent d’icitte jusqu’au Mont Sainte-Anne
Ça vient de chez nous, c’est rien d’autre comme la poutine
Jamais d’affaire à t’en aller quand on goal sur la routine
Les gars bâtissent des maisons low bow
What’chu know about it, gon’
Ball ‘til you fall, we gon’
Rise ‘til die we die mon gars
Bouge avec tes limites
No digits
Signaux de fumée mauves crépitent
No diss, on médite
J’suis s’ul bateau
Arigatô
J’suis pas venu icitte pour faire le beau
J’veux juste mon boute de gâteau, hmmm
Check it drapeau
It’s all blood
Vire s’ul capot
It’s all god
Quand j’écris des tracks
J’pas encore baptisé
Living good comme une plante de pot
Dans un poste de pompier mon gars
Qu’est-ce tu connais des G mon gars
Ceux là c’en est des G mon gars
Imagine pour une seconde que dans l’armée c’est toute des G mon gars
Hen
Car la loi c’est juste une manette sur une machine à sous
Addicted to them they want come rule the world, (x4)
Yo, deux piastres dans un parcomètre
Qu’est-ce qu’on a en commun avec ceux qu’y attendent encore après la comète? Pardonnez nous pour nos pêchés, dog
On est juste des américains qui vivent comme des superstars
Douze calottes, vingt paires de shoes
Drink that shit, smoke that goose
Fin du monde ça s’passe déjà, rien à voir avec 2012
Les autres smile c’est dans l’mall
S’tapper dans face sur un vendredi noir
Minceur c’est dans tête
Minceur c’est dans tête
Y’a absolument rien sur le marché
Qui s’vend pour rendre le bien-être
Minceur c’dans tête
Minceur c’dans tête
S’t’une idée si tu comprends ben
Tu sais qu’la minceur c’dans tête
Tout’nous, l’idée d’faire le changement
Juste en refusant de fermer nos esprits
Continuer d’espèrer mieux pour tout’nou
Refuser d’oublier pourquoi tout’nou
Poster dans un part du règne [?] (x2)
Addicted to them they want come rule the world, (x12)

Jordin Sparks – 100 Years Lyrics

Cause when we’re gone, I still think
I love you, let me say it again
A hundred years is not enough time with you
I fantasize about all that we could do
I wish you knew how much I really love you
Don’t go nowhere, baby, yeah
All I need is more time, more time
Just a little more time, more time
Need a little more time, more time
With you, hey There’s nothing better than you babe
Can’t wait to kiss you every day
Can it really be, I got that special key
To lock your heart in place
What am I supposed to do? Wishing when you’re in the other room
You’re the only one who can break through
All I think about is pleasing you
A hundred years is not enough time with you
I fantasize about all that we could do
I wish you knew how much I really love you
Don’t go nowhere, baby, yeah
All I need is more time, more time
Just a little more time, more time
Need a little more time, more time
With you, hey
This morning when we kissed
I felt everything you wanted to say
No words even needed to be said
You looked right in my eyes
And I knew
Let me catch you staring at me
Can’t begin to describe that feeling
Things are running through my mind
Chills go down my spine
You take me to bed
I can’t get enough of your smile
One day I’ll see it at the end of it now
You put your hand in mine
We’ll leave the past behind
And start our brighter days
A hundred years is not enough time with you
I fantasize about all that we could do
I wish you knew how much I really love you
Don’t go nowhere, baby, yeah
All I need is more time, more time
Just a little more time, more time
Need a little more time, more time
With you, hey
The seconds, the minutes, the hours
Are just too precious to waste
So when your arms are wrapped around me
I can take on anything
Can love transcend past this place?

Jake Bugg – Feel What’s Good Lyrics

Will they say all the things I knew they would? Will they say all the things I thought they would? Maybe they’ll be kind better leave it behind to feel what’s good… (Verse 1)
As in the morning the days reflecting the sun
And on reflection I’m not proud of all I’ve done
Open my eyes and I’ll see all is good
Maybe these feelings are all misunderstood
(Chorus)
What will I find if I leave it behind, will I feel what’s good? Will they be kind? What will they say? Will they say all the things I thought they would? What will I find if I leave it behind, will I feel what’s good? Will they say all the things I knew they would? What will they say? What will they say? Let me leave it behind to feel what’s good…
(Verse 3)
As in the morning the days reflecting the sun
And on reflection I’m not proud of all I’ve done
Open your eyes and you’ll see all is good
Maybe these feelings are all misunderstood
(Final Chorus)
What will I find if I leave it behind, will I feel what’s good? Let me leave it behind and feel what’s good…
(Verse 2)
As in the morning the days look how they should
And all of the people, the people, they all should
Open their hearts and they’ll find all that’s good
Maybe these feelings are all misunderstood
(Chorus)
What will I find if I leave it behind, will I feel what’s good? What will they say? Will they be kind?