RuPaul launches his first ever beauty collection in the UK and it looks sickening
The legendary RuPaul is launching his first ever beauty range in the UK and it looks sickening.
The original supermodel of the world says his new cosmetics collection “will leave you feeling happy, confident, fabulous”.
It features super pigmented hues, long-lasting formulations and the ultimate androgynous scent to help fans “ramp up your charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent”.
The collection is now available to shop exclusively in-store and online at superdrug.com.
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“I’ve been playing with makeup since I was a little, bitty boy. I just love what it does for people. This collection has a little bit of everything, for everyone,” RuPaul said.
The drag icon added: “From people who are beauty obsessed, to those who are maybe just getting into makeup, every product provides you with what you need to feel truly empowered.”
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The RuPaul x Superdrug collection also features two 18-pan eyeshadow palettes. There’s the Sashay Away set, which features shimmery shades and the Shantay You Stay set with matte shades.
The shade names reference some of RuPaul’s iconic quotes and songs and Drag Race moments including “Queendom”, “Step It Up”, “Main Event” and “All Stars”.
Finishing up the range is the Give Your All gift set, which features all of the beauty products in one set. Plus, there’s the Condragulations and Werk It look books which feature a mix of six of the products from the collection.
There’s also a gender-neutral fragrance that’s part of the collection, but it’s not listed on the Superdrug website yet, so watch this space.
To shop the RuPaul collection at Superdrug head to superdrug.com.
RuPaul slams Republicans’ attempts to ban kids from drag shows
Earlier this year RuPaul said Republicans’ efforts ban kids from drag events is really a “diversion tactic” to move “away from the gun debate” in the US.
The Late Late Show host James Corden mentioned to RuPaul that Texas Republican Bryan Slaton has vowed to file a problematic bill that would “ban drag shows in the presence of minors” in the state. Slaton claimed the legislation would be “protecting kids from drag shows” and other so-called “inappropriate displays”.
“It’s a diversion tactic to take the narrative away from the gun debate into something [else], to scare people into thinking about something else, and they’ve been successful,” RuPaul said.
The legendary Drag Race host continued: “They have changed the narrative away from the gun debate into this drag queen thing.
“Y’all want to help your kids? Take away them guns, that will help your kids!
“Drag queens ain’t hurt nobody. You’re born naked, and the rest is drag.
“Everybody’s in drag, okay! Child, please.”
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