Why Kylie Jenner is not the next Rihanna – Daily Makeup Box
Posted On June 19, 2021
Kylie, who was born on June 4, 1988 in Miami Beach, Florida, has been a huge star in the makeup industry for more than a decade.
The 21-year-old has also been an icon in fashion and pop culture.
She has released four albums, and the fashion house has been sold to Sony for $7 billion.
She was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in 2017.
Kylie was a key creative force behind the first Kylie collection and has been seen wearing the collection on the red carpet of the 2017 Grammy Awards.
She recently appeared in the film Crazy Rich Asians and released a collaboration with the artist, LIL PEPPERS, which is set to hit US stores in September.
But her relationship with the cosmetics industry has come under criticism, with Kylie recently calling out the industry in a post on Instagram.
In her post, Kylie said she was disappointed to see how the makeup business treated women of color.
“I’m a proud black woman and I’m proud of the work I’ve done.
I’ve been an ambassador for women of colour and I know that I was privileged enough to be born in a place where people of colour were so valued and respected.
That’s not happening anymore,” she wrote.
Kylies post comes as a growing number of beauty brands are coming under fire for using racist, sexist and otherwise offensive terms in their products.
Last month, Beauty Brands International – a major brand in the beauty industry – announced that it would stop using racist and sexist terms such as ‘white trash’, ‘pig’ and ‘white boy’.
“While we stand by our statement and are committed to standing up for those who believe that beauty is about embracing diversity, we believe that the time has come to move beyond this, and to stop using these terms to refer to our customers,” the company said in a statement.
Beauty Brands also said it would start to use better and more neutral language in its advertising.
Earlier this month, Rihanna also released a statement on social media about the use of the term ‘white man’, saying she was sorry if she had offended any person.
She also said that the term has become a way of describing black men.
The post was met with criticism and backlash on Twitter, with people saying the term had become a racist slur.
Kylie Jenner has become the face of beauty in the past five years and she has made a name for herself with her eye-catching looks and the industry’s acceptance of her talent and achievements.
However, Kylies recent Instagram post has brought attention to a number of other issues that have been raised in recent years.
For example, the term, ‘white woman’, has been used to describe women of various race and ethnicities, including Latinos, Native Americans, Asian-Americans and women of non-white descent.
The term is used to dehumanise women of different ethnicities and genders, and often perpetuates negative stereotypes and stereotypes of women of all races.
Kylies Instagram post also came amid an uproar over a video from a beauty salon in the US in which women wearing Make Up For Ever masks are filmed saying racist things.
According to the Huffington Post, the salon in question was in New York City and it was filmed during the annual Make Up for Ever Make-A-Wish Celebration, a charity event that offers prizes and incentives to children with cosmetic and hair-related diseases.
One of the women in the video, known as ‘Lil Pipes’, says she is a ‘pigs head’ and asks other women to ‘go get em’ before being asked if they would like to have their hair done.
She adds that she has been offered more than $30,000 for her hair and asks for $10,000 if she is going to get her head shaved.
Another woman in the clip, known by the name ‘Ginger’ – who has a mullet – says she would like a ‘balding mullet’.
Another young woman, known only as ‘Miley’, says that she would love to have a ‘skin tone like Beyonce’.
Kelley’s Instagram post, which has since been deleted, is the latest in a series of posts from Kylie in recent weeks, with many calling for the beauty brand to end the use and abuse of the word.