Every Haus Labs Product Used for Lady Gaga’s ‘Stupid Love’ Promo

HAUS LABORATORIES on Instagram: “ENTERING A NEW #GAGA ERA LIKE… Less than 24 hours until the release. Haus Labs dropped an exclusive photo on Instagram of the singer sporting a pink monochromatic look, along with the caption: “Entering a true Gaga era like…” The brand further revealed that Gaga’s beauty is the resulting brainchild of Global Director of Artistry Sarah Tanno, with hair and nails created by Fredericas Piras and Miho Nails respectively. Are you ready?Photo via Instagram Tanno first started by lining the lips using the RIP Lip Liner in Slayer. While we may have to wait until Friday to listen to “Stupid Love” — definitely for the first time, never heard it before — we’ve now been blessed with a glimpse of what Lady Gaga’s new video creative direction might be. The final touch was ultra-stylized wings created using Liquid Eye-lie-ner in Punk. Meaning, you can get gear up for Mother Monster’s drop wearing her full glam. That was then followed by swiping Le Monster Matte Lip Crayon in Rebel all over the lips. – @ladygaga rocks this pink & punk look by Global Director of Artistry @sarahtannomakeup for #STUPIDLOVE -…”
A number of Haus Labs products were used to craft the pop-meets-punk look.

Here’s How to Become the Face of Rare Beauty

“And so much comes back to the word ‘rare’ and celebrating the unique. Makeup is something to enjoy, not something you need.”Rare Beauty will make its debut in Sephora stores later this summer. This is makeup made to feel good in—let’s do this together. For more information on how you can be a part of #WeAreRare, you can visit Rare Beauty’s website and follow them on social media for updates.Photo via Instagram Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez on Instagram: “Our first #WeAreRare community call is open and we’re excited to build this community together! She’s been doing that [messaging] a lot with the album, and that’s just a segue to the beauty aspect.”Gomez added: “There’s so much pressure everywhere around you to look a certain way, especially in beauty. The brand is giving fans another opportunity to join in later, but if you’re really hoping to nail it in the first try, she has some advice:”Authenticity is one [quality that embodies the brand], so are empowerment and positivity,” she tells the outlet. I want people out there to feel beautiful exactly how they are. That’s Rare Beauty. “Ultimately, I hope it’s a safe place where people can chat, have fun, and support each other.”

Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez on Instagram: “We are just getting started. Selena Gomez’s Rare Beauty, inspired by her latest album Rare, is being touted as an inclusive beauty line aiming to create a safe space for everyone. I feel like the word ‘rare’ helps to eliminate all of the pressures to be perfect — it’s saying you’re one-of-a-kind and you are meant to be who you are. “Every type of human — however you look, however you love — is welcome,” Gomez told Allure. Coming summer 2020 only to @Sephora,…”
“The community call will bring upwards of 50 people together to join the mission of the brand, getting early access to product, exclusive merch, and, more importantly, making new friends and connecting to each other,” adds Katie Welch, Rare Beauty’s chief marketing officer.Welch is aware that the call will likely receive a high volume of response and the odds of your post ending up in the final 50 are, well, rare. We want to celebrate why you’re rare. And now, as an extension of that message, the singer has announced she’s launching a community call for new authentic faces for her campaign. It’s all about celebrating what makes you,…”
#WeAreRare asks fans to share their opinion on what makes them “rare” in an Instagram story. Those participating will also be asked to reveal their Sephora Color IQ (to help shade-match with Rare Beauty products).Related | Can Selena Gomez Change the Celebrity Beauty Game?The brand will then shortlist 50 stories that will be featured in its official campaign.