We're gonna assume The Cut didn't just call Charli D'Amelio's new venture a "breakup revenge" and move forward with the fact that you know how big this girl's gotten on the internet, nay, now among the elites. If you don't, I don't know what you're doing all this time. Let's be honest, connecting this significant step to the breakup from Chase Hudson, still besties by the way, is all but nothing to discuss.
D'Amelio herself, too, likely knew what the result of her skyrocketed fame would be, despite having no clue why people started paying attention to her in the first place. And unlike other TikTokers, she took a step in leaving Hype House to think about more opportunities along the way, which she likely knew she would be bombarded with. And her sister, Dixie D'Amelio sure knew what she had to do too.
She's been so into makeup these days.
Photo Source: Charli D'Amelio, Instagram
And now, though the two haven't strayed away from TikTok, their lives have been completely different from those who haven't fully committed to something else. Even their parents, Heidi and Marc D'Amelio, have gotten off the difficulties they face as TikTok parents. Dixie has her own music career to think about, with her YouTube account also exploding, and Charli has offers coming back and forth. Now the sisters have one more project to look forward to.
'Morphe 2' Coming from the D'Amelio Sisters As a New Way of Marketing Makeup
There has been huge changes in Charli D'Amelio's looks since she rose to fame (and no, not pointing to the recent surgery). She's been wearing a lot of makeup in the last few months, with more jewelry-type items on her ears. And we'd like to think it's not just because she associated with James Charles, a proclaimed YouTube makeup guru, in recent months.
Their faces have been covered with vibrant lipsticks, eye shadows, stylized eyelashes and a lot of other makeup items that go poof on their cheeks, which I, a guy, don't know much about (sorry). And it seems now we get to clearly know why. According to the duo, this new sub-brand of Morphe, popular among YouTubers/influencers, is aimed to let people use makeup the way that boosts confidence to them in the best way possible.
The most expensive product is $24, and that's a brush collection coming with a bag.
Photo Source: Morphe, Instagram
"Simple yet stunning" is the tagline for this makeup branch. Unlike other influencers, this line will not be released just as Morphe X The D'Amelio Sisters, but it has a rather appropriate name — Morphe 2. This will also change the way beauty and makeup are marketed among young people. Another Millie Bobbie Brown in the works, I'm sure.
"With Morphe, we’re working together to show that you are beautiful with or without makeup," Charli told Allure in a feature story recently. "I want people to wear as little or as much as they want and feel confident." She also announced the line on Instagram at the same time.
Morphe 2 is scheduled to hit the online shelves at Morphe.com on July 30 and at Ulta.com on August 2. It will include six major types of products with the tagline in application, a natural foundation tint coming in 20 different shades, jelly eye shimmers applicable with fingers, glossy lip oils, and more.
She does get makeup tips from James Charles.
Photo Source: James Charles, Instagram
Why Did Charli D'Amelio Really Get Surgery on Her Nose?
It's surprising people only picked this up in the last 24 hours. Guess they don't use TikTok (me crying out "samesies" on the inside). The 16-year-old recently had to get surgery on her nose, which she introduced on TikTok four days ago, with a couple of clips. She then appeared on Dixie's new YouTube video while coming out of bed-rest two days ago.
She's still rocking that look though.
Photo Source: Charli D'Amelio, Instagram
Yeah, her eyes look like she's been punched in the face as cartoons portray it. Speaking of which, Stardog and Turbocat is out. And before you jump out, no, it's not plastic surgery.
Back in April 2020, D'Amelio tweeted about her condition with her nose after she broke it back in August 2019. She had trouble breathing from the right nostril and supposed to have had surgery in November 2019 before she had problems with her left nostril as well. She did it to fix her breathing problems.
She then made an announcement video on TikTok, writing, "surgery is done and i am so beyond excited that i was finally able to fix my breathing!!!!! and soon i will be able to be in dance classes again!!! ?" The messages have been hugely positive for the 72 million followed TikToker, and she hasn't stopped entertaining her followers even with that condition on her nose.
Here's how she took her fans' support.
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