launching makeup line


New Makeup Line Dropping January 22nd, The KaePop Collection:

Karrueche Tran, best known for modeling and acting is set to launch her makeup line mid January with cosmetics brand, ColourPop. The KaePop Collection includes 4 matte eye shadows, 3 ultra matte lipsticks with matching lip pencils, 1 blush, 1 highlighter, 1 contour/bronzer. These products are benefiting an important organization, The Environmental Media Association.

Fun Fact, all of the products will be under $10 dollars each and sold separately. Full sets will be $72. That’s definitely a steal for all the make up lovers, so mark your calendars we have some shopping to do. 

Karrueche’s color palette is inspired by her everyday personal wear. The collaboration with ColourPop won’t go unnoticed. ColourPop is known for their vibrant cosmetic products and have worked alongside many beauty specialists, models, and bloggers such as Kathleen LightsEllaRie &  Raye Boyce.

Colors Include:

· Medium Brown Matte Shadow – “Fairfax”

· Light Warm Beige Matte Shadow – “Melrose”

· Burgundy Matte Shadow – “Beverly”

· Sheer Gold Shadow – _”Sunset Blvd”

· Nude Ultra Matte Lip and Pencil – “Chi”

· Brown Ultra Matte Lip ad Pencil – “Kae”

· Deep Burgundy Ultra Matte Lip and Pencil – “Rooch”

· Peach Blush – “Flush’d”

· Warm Bronzer– “Bronze Me”

· Golden Bronze Highlighter – “Glo Up”

Consider Makeup Artist Oikawa

  • Celebrities all over the country booking him months in advance
  • Oikawa complimenting his subjects on their natural beauty before he begins applying their makeup to put them at ease.
  • Oikawa releasing every line of cosmetics with his face imprinted on everything.
  • Iwaizumi once had to stop him from naming one of his cosmetic lines “sexy for Iwa-chan”
    • “awww but Iwa-chan, this shade of eyeshadow looks just like the head of your-” “no.”
  • his lipstick line gaining the most popularity
    • having like 12 different shades of seijoh blue named after bad puns of his teammates like “aquamattsun” and “cyaniwa”
    • expanding his line to include lipstick named after karasuno
    • all of the karasuno colours are pretty shades ranging from dark orange to a pretty coral. Except Kageyama, who gets the nastiest colour brown that kinda looks like someone’s post-taco bell shit
    • “look Tobio-chan, if you smear it on the floor it looks just like you”
  • Oikawa launching makeup lines for specific eye colours but the blue eye line was delayed as he tried to bribe Kageyama to be his test subject
  • Can’t say he doesn’t test on animals, not after the incident with kiyotani…..


Makeup artist Oikawa.

Kelly Rowland is Coming out With a Makeup Line for 'Chocolate Girls'

We already love Kelly Rowland for her stunning voice, enviable figure, and firece representation for black women. And now we can add yet another item to that ever-growing list – the Grammy Award-winning singer has revealed that she’ll be launching a makeup line created specifically for women of color. Insert: Praise dance!
We caught up with Rowland on Monday night – at an event sponsored by Claritin and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America – where she gave us the scoop on the exciting new project.  
“My makeup artist Sheika Daley and I are actually starting a makeup line we’re making sure we make, well, we’re starting off with lashes and then we’re going to have it grow for all women,” Rowland told Essence. “But definitely making sure we have our chocolate girls covered. Gotta get the chocolate girls in there! We have to have that, you know. I think Iman has done a beautiful makeup line and I want to do it too!”
Any brown girl knows there’s definitely more room for diversity at the beauty counter. And while beauty brands are increasing paying attention to the needs of women with darker skin tones, the industry still a long way to go. We can’t wait to get a glimpse of what Rowland will be offering.
There’s no word on a launch date for the makeup line – but we’ll keep you posted. You can also look out for Rowland’s new album in the coming months, as well as a book that she explained is “exciting” but sadly “can’t even say what it is yet.”