Jordyn Woods debuts new tattoo after Tristan Thompson drama

Jordyn Woods has debuted a new tattoo which seemingly references the tough times she faced in the wake of the Tristan Thompson scandal.The 21-year-old model unveiled the ink on her forearm while attending the recent UOMA Beauty Summer House party in Lo…

Jordyn Woods has debuted a new tattoo which seemingly references the tough times she faced in the wake of the Tristan Thompson scandal.

The 21-year-old model unveiled the ink on her forearm while attending the recent UOMA Beauty Summer House party in Los Angeles, and later showed it off again at the premiere of 47 Meters Down: Uncaged on Tuesday night.  

Inked in a fine cursive script, the tattoo reads, “What’s meant for me will never miss me.”  

The words refer to an excerpt from a quote by Arab Muslim writer Al-Shafi’i, who lived from 767 to 820 AD. 

The full passage is: “My heart is at ease knowing that what was meant for me will never miss me, and that what misses me was never meant for me.” 

Last week, Woods was spotted leaving a private tattoo studio in Los Angeles with a fresh bandage on her arm. The new body art was reportedly done by her brother John Woods.  

The same day, she took to her Instagram Stories to tease fans about her tattoo and tagged her sibling in the now-expired video.  

It’s not clear what inspired Woods to choose the empowering words, but it comes six months after her alleged tryst with Khloe Kardashian’s basketball player boyfriend, with whom she shares 16-month-old daughter True.  

Thompson reportedly kissed the model after a house party back in February, and while Woods denied anything else happened with the 28-year-old sportsman, she was instantly ousted from the Kardashian-Jenner family’s inner circle and forced to move out of her former best friend Kylie Jenner’s house.  

However, she’s hopeful that they will reconnect in the future.  

“I hope everything falls into place and that we can all grow and build our relationships with our family and God. And come back together one day and be stronger and happier,” the TV personality told Cosmopolitan U.K. in an interview for the September issue.

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Khloe Kardashian hits back at critics of her long nails

Khloe Kardashian has hit back at online critics who have “mom-shamed” her over her long nails.In a new beauty tutorial for Vogue.com, the reality TV personality takes fans through her daily skincare and make-up routine, detailing the products she uses….

Khloe Kardashian has hit back at online critics who have “mom-shamed” her over her long nails.

In a new beauty tutorial for Vogue.com, the reality TV personality takes fans through her daily skincare and make-up routine, detailing the products she uses.

But at one point during the video, Khloe stopped to explain that she loves her long fingernails and never once considered getting a shorter manicure following the birth of her daughter True Thompson in April 2018.

“I’ve always had long nails. I’ve had long nails for 100 years. I’m a long nail type of girl. Everyone told me, when you have a baby you have to have short nails. This is gross. You can’t take care of your child,” she commented, before adding that she has never had any issues with her nails. “If I can wipe my own a*s, I can wipe my child’s a*s! I mean I’m actually looking at hers. So, it’s a lot easier.”

Elsewhere in the tutorial, Khloe noted that she starts her beauty regime by applying Quinn’s Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel Rose Petal and Aloe Vera Natural Toner to her T-zone, and then adds a layer of EltaMD’s UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46, and some of Drunk Elephant’s Lala Retro Whipped Cream for hydration. She will often mix the moisturiser with some of Tom Ford’s Traceless Foundation Stick to make her own BB cream too.

“Since becoming a mom, this is what I do,” the 35-year-old laughed. “I had to learn how to do make-up really quickly, and not do too many wet things. Because if it’s wet and I have to run after her, it’s going to set really weird and then I’m going to look super blotchy.”

Khloe also named Kylie Cosmetics’ Translucent Loose Setting Powder, MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix Sculpt and Shape Contour Palette in Light/Medium, KKW Beauty Liquid Concealer, Lancome Hypnose Doll Lashes Mascara, and the KKW Beauty Peach Creme Lip Liner as some of her favourite products.

And not only does she use formulas from her older sister Kim Kardashian and younger half-sister Kylie Jenner’s lines, she marvels at their techniques as well.

“I’m just in awe of all their techniques,” she smiled. “Whenever Kylie does a make-up tutorial… I’m so captivated.”

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Khloe Kardashian gave herself a year to shed baby weight

Khloe Kardashian gave herself a year to shed the baby weight after giving birth to daughter True Thompson.The TV personality welcomed her first child with her now ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson in April last year, and in a new interview with U.S. InStyl…

Khloe Kardashian gave herself a year to shed the baby weight after giving birth to daughter True Thompson.

The TV personality welcomed her first child with her now ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson in April last year, and in a new interview with U.S. InStyle, confessed she initially struggled to adjust to her post-baby figure once she got home from the hospital.

“In my head, I felt like I would push the baby out and then I’ll be skinny again,” she said. “Then you get home from the hospital and you’re like, ‘What?’ It’s a big shock.”

Khloe had worked hard before falling pregnant with True to get herself in shape and was excited to get back in the gym once she was cleared by her doctors.

However, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star was disappointed with her first post-natal workout session.

“As soon as I got clearance from my doctor, I was (in the gym),” the 35-year-old shared. “I was so excited to start working out again. Mentally I was there. But physically, I couldn’t do it. I was out of breath. I didn’t know how I was going to get to my end goal.”

But, rather than beat herself up over it, Khloe took it slow.

“I did it day by day. If I could get through that workout, I did. But you’re not going to get it back in a day. I was really proud of myself for not being as hard on myself,” she insisted, before going on to urge other mums to be kinder to themselves after giving birth. “It took nine months to gain the weight, give yourself at least a year to take it off. You have to adjust. And you’re juggling with a baby and your life and trying to do those moments that are about you. You have to be kind and learn how to balance it all.”

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Jordyn Woods unveils second Boohoo collection

Jordyn Woods has unveiled her second size-inclusive collection with Boohoo.The model and influencer co-designed the latest 60-piece line for the U.K.-based fast-fashion retailer, with the range including bright co-ord skirts and crop tops, chic jumpsui…

Jordyn Woods has unveiled her second size-inclusive collection with Boohoo.

The model and influencer co-designed the latest 60-piece line for the U.K.-based fast-fashion retailer, with the range including bright co-ord skirts and crop tops, chic jumpsuits, blazers, and pink dresses.

“I’m so excited to be given the opportunity to co-design a second collection with Boohoo,” the 21-year-old said in a statement. “I’ve always been a huge fan of the brand and feel so fortunate to be part of the Boohoo family. With my new collection, I wanted to offer size inclusive pieces with designs that reflect my personal style. I hope this collection empowers women and encourages them to dream big.”

The Boohoo x Jordyn Woods line, which also includes lace detailing, ruching, and tie-waisted skirts, is available in sizes 6-28 and is priced from $10 – $51 (£8 – £40). It is available to buy from Wednesday.

Carol Kane, co-founder of Boohoo.com, was thrilled to be teaming with the American model on a collection that focuses on body positivity.

“Jordyn is everything the Boohoo girl embodies, and we are thrilled to be working with her once again. The latest collection showcases Jordyn’s incredible style and personality with fun ready-to-wear pieces that are made for all body shapes and sizes, in keeping with the inclusive spirit of Boohoo,” she commented.

The news comes as the fallout surrounding Jordyn’s rumoured hook-up with Khloe Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson is airing on the reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Jordyn was at the centre of the drama when it was reported she had kissed the basketball player at a house party back in February.

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Actress Jameela Jamil slams designers for promoting harmful body standards

Actress Jameela Jamil is calling out fashion designers for promoting unrealistic body standards. The Good Place star took to Twitter on Sunday (05May19) to share a video detailing her experiences with trying to fit into tiny sample sizes during photo …

Actress Jameela Jamil is calling out fashion designers for promoting unrealistic body standards.

The Good Place star took to Twitter on Sunday (05May19) to share a video detailing her experiences with trying to fit into tiny sample sizes during photo shoots and slammed high end designers for not making a wider range of pieces available.

The 33 year old posted the footage as she left a photoshoot and revealed that during the session, she tried on a “very expensive designer dress,” which split, even though she’s a size six.

“Just had the most amazing time at a photo shoot with a brilliant team, but also, this happened and I wanted to talk about it, because it happens to me all the time and for so many years I assumed it was MY failure. It isn’t. There is a problem in fashion. And it’s them, not us,” she says.

She adds, “The designers make the samples really not much bigger than which would be worn by a child. And then all of the actresses and the models normally have to starve themselves a lot of the time just to get into these. So the only people that we see in the magazines are people who are thin enough to get into these samples.”

She also expressed concern over the damage such unrealistic size expectations places on women.

“But the lengths so many people have to go to, especially as we get older, to fit into these tiny, tiny, little samples are so extreme,” she notes. “I can’t even tell you!”

Jamil has been an outspoken body positivity advocate and is currently the face of lingerie brand Aerie’s unretouched campaign. The British beauty has also repeatedly condemned celebrities, like Khloe Kardashian and Cardi B, for promoting diet shakes and teas.

“It’s incredibly awful that this industry bullied you until you became this fixated on your appearance,” she wrote online in March (19). “But now please don’t put that back into the world, and hurt other girls, the way you have been hurt… Be smarter than this.”

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Kendall Jenner didn’t think she was ‘sexy’ growing up

Kendall Jenner had a hard time accepting her body when she was younger because she looks so different to her famous siblings.The supermodel, who rose to fame as a member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan on reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, adm…

Kendall Jenner had a hard time accepting her body when she was younger because she looks so different to her famous siblings.

The supermodel, who rose to fame as a member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan on reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, admitted in an interview with British newspaper The Telegraph that she used to compare herself to her sisters, which initially knocked her confidence.

“Growing up being this little twiggy girl, I saw my sisters and always thought, ‘Oh no am I supposed to be more sexy like them?'” she reflected. “My sisters are a lot curvier than me; they have boobs and I don’t have boobs.”

The Victoria’s Secret Angel went on to suggest that she’s “not necessarily a lot like (her siblings)” and has separated herself from her older half-sisters Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe Kardashian, as well as younger sister Kylie Jenner, in many ways.

“I almost felt like I didn’t fit in for a part of my life,” the 23-year-old shared. “I’m not necessarily a lot like them.”

Despite feeling like an outsider, Kendall overcame the hurdles and has risen to prominence as one of the world’s most celebrated models today, and in the chat, emphasised that she’s content with her choices.

“I like that I have a different vibe to everyone,” she insisted. “I like to do different things. And that’s OK.”

Kendall also took a moment to celebrate her family’s success and cited hard work as key to their longevity.

“We’re a very female-heavy, work-driven family,” the brunette beauty reflected. “We all work really hard.”

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Khloe Kardashian expands Good American line with dress collection

Khloe Kardashian has expanded her Good American fashion line to include a selection of dresses.The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star recently took to social media to debut the new pieces.In line with the label’s enduring mission to celebrate women o…

Khloe Kardashian has expanded her Good American fashion line to include a selection of dresses.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star recently took to social media to debut the new pieces.

In line with the label’s enduring mission to celebrate women of all shapes and sizes, the confidence-boosting collection is made with high-quality compression fabric that moulds to the shape of the body and accentuates curves, with garments available in a range of neutral tones including black, grey and olive.

Speaking to People, Khloe shared that introducing the dresses to the existing Good American range was a natural progression for the brand.

“We weren’t thinking about dresses but once we started venturing out to other categories it naturally took over and I’m so glad it did because I love these dresses so much,” the 34-year-old told the publication. “It’s really exciting to see where Good American has gone in two years.”

Khloe went on to reflect on the brand’s ethics and revealed that she made it a point to put inclusivity at the centre of her clothing line after being body shamed for years.

“I used to be a bigger size and I used to be ushered up all the way to basically the attic and my sisters could shop on the ‘regular’ floor and it was humiliating,” she shared. “We said (to stores that) if you want to carry our brand you have to carry the full-size range and not have the ‘plus sizes’ be in a different location. I don’t want anybody to be a cookie-cutter shape or size. And not everybody wants to be a size 2!”

The Good American bodycon dresses are priced between $105 (£80) and $189.90 (£145) and are available online now.

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Khloe Kardashian wanted ‘women who reflect reality’ to model Good American line

Khloe Kardashian only wanted “women who reflected reality” to model for her Good American fashion line.The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star put out a worldwide open casting call for the brand last October (18) and, opening up about the experience o…

Khloe Kardashian only wanted “women who reflected reality” to model for her Good American fashion line.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star put out a worldwide open casting call for the brand last October (18) and, opening up about the experience on her Instagram Stories on Tuesday (09Apr19), she reflected on the success of the brand’s enduring mission.

“Our callbacks were absolutely amazing, our goal was to find women who reflected REALITY and that is just what we did,” the 34-year-old wrote alongside clips of behind the scenes footage from the auditions. “I loved meeting so many of you beautiful ladies and hearing your amazing stories.”

The star, who has been candid with fans about her struggles with body image and confidence in the past, went on to admit that she felt “proud” of what she and the brand have achieved, and suggested that her siblings Kim and Kourtney Kardashian helped her decide on the final line-up.

In the original casting call, the fashion mogul affirmed her mission to “show a diverse representation of all women,” and held auditions across the U.S., Europe, and Australia for the coveted spots.

Posting on the Good American Instagram page, the brand also reflected on the campaign, and claimed that they had “broken barriers” with the process.

“Continuing our mission to break barriers and push for inclusivity in the fashion industry, our goal was to find women who reflected reality,” they wrote. “It’s never been just about appearance – we wanted to hear real stories, real struggles and how powerful women persevered.”

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Kim Kardashian once stole a pair of Dior sunglasses

Kim Kardashian has admitted that she and her sister Khloe Kardashian once stole a pair of Dior sunglasses while on vacation in Hawaii.The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star recalled the escapade during an interview with Bustle, and claimed that the p…

Kim Kardashian has admitted that she and her sister Khloe Kardashian once stole a pair of Dior sunglasses while on vacation in Hawaii.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star recalled the escapade during an interview with Bustle, and claimed that the pair were in an empty Dior store when Khloe first spotted the pair of rimless glasses.

Detailing the “really funny” story, the 38-year-old confessed that her sister picked up the glasses and the pair walked out of the empty store with the coveted eyewear.

“We were in Hawaii and there was this Christian Dior store and no one (was working) there. Like, it was (in) the wild… just an empty store,” the star laughed. “Khloe really wanted the Dior sunglasses, so she took them and we walked out.”

While the reality star acknowledged the siblings’ wrongdoing, she continued to gush over the sunglasses, and admitted they are still in her collection.

“These sunglasses were everything,” she enthused. “I still have them to this day and they were so much fun. So cute. That was so funny. I think the (employee) must have gone to the bathroom or been in the back by herself on a Sunday.”

Last week (ends07Apr19), Kim revealed her debut collection of sunglasses, after collaborating on them with eyewear brand Carolina Lemke.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the fashion mogul admitted it was actually her own needs that prompted her to turn her hand to sunglass designing.

“I was really inspired by vintage ‘90s styles. To me, (they’re) classic,” the star reflected. “And definitely the beaches all around the world and seeing all of these bikini moments I want to have and I don’t have the perfect sunglasses to go with them.”

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Khloe Kardashian defends herself after endorsing weight loss shakes

Khloe Kardashian has defended herself after coming under fire for endorsing weight loss shakes online.The 33-year-old hit back at critics who accused her of promoting an unrealistic lifestyle to her millions of Instagram followers, and insisted that sh…

Khloe Kardashian has defended herself after coming under fire for endorsing weight loss shakes online.

The 33-year-old hit back at critics who accused her of promoting an unrealistic lifestyle to her millions of Instagram followers, and insisted that she always tries to keep her social media presence “authentic.”

In an interview with the New York Times, the reality star reflected on her past endorsements, and insisted that she is more selective over deals than she was at the beginning of her career.

“I think in the beginning of our careers we got really excited like ‘OMG, a brand wants me!’ and sometimes it might not be an alignment with things you believe in,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star said. “You step into this whirlwind and this whole life and we’ve been very particular about what we do.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Khloe revealed that she wants to help fans discover the empowering benefits of exercise, and explained that she shares all of her workouts on Snapchat because she’s aware that not everyone can afford her lifestyle.

“Well, listen, I am showing you what to do, silly person, 15 repetitions, three times, here’s the move,” she said.

Last month (Mar19), British actress Jameela Jamil attacked Khloe on Instagram, calling the star “irresponsible” and suggesting that she was damaging young girls by being so focused on her body.

“It’s incredibly awful that this industry bullied you until you became this fixated on your appearance,” she wrote. “But now please don’t put that back into the world, and hurt other girls, the way you have been hurt. You’re a smart woman. Be smarter than this.”

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