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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Kylie Jenner teases children’s clothing line inspired by daughter Stormi

Kylie Jenner has hinted she is working on a clothing line for children inspired by her 17-month-old daughter.The reality TV personality and cosmetics mogul, who welcomed Stormi Webster with her boyfriend Travis Scott in February 2018, took to her Insta…

Kylie Jenner has hinted she is working on a clothing line for children inspired by her 17-month-old daughter.

The reality TV personality and cosmetics mogul, who welcomed Stormi Webster with her boyfriend Travis Scott in February 2018, took to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday and shared a photo of a tie-dye light blue sweatshirt with the words “Stormi World” and a drawing of a lightning bolt, sun, cloud, and raindrops.

In the caption, Kylie teased fans by writing, “Who’s ready for Stormi merch?” but did not share any further details about the potential collection.

The branding “Stormi World” refers to the name of rapper Travis’ 2018 record Astroworld, as well as Stormi’s amusement park-themed first birthday party earlier this year, with the extravagant event filled with inflatable balloon clouds, games, and rides.

And though it was not a full line, Travis marked his baby daughter’s big day by also releasing some Stormi-themed merchandise around the time of her birthday, with the “Stormiworld” beanies and sweatshirts printed with the slogan, “It’s my birthday and I can fly if I want to.”

Kylie, 21, has a number of projects in the works, including new additions to her Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin beauty ranges. According to editors at The Blast, she also recently filed a trademark request relating to nail care products and fragrances, indicating more collections are on the horizon.

Meanwhile, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has been named as the highest-paid Instagram star in the world, earning a staggering $1.2 million (£964,000) per post. Analysts at HopperHQ.com, who took into account multiple factors including audience engagement, follower count and post frequency, have reported that Kylie’s social media presence alone is a multi-million dollar business, increasing 27 per cent over the past 12 months and keeping her firmly atop the list of Instagram’s highest earners.

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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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Kylie Jenner teams up with Scott Disick’s Talentless on capsule line

Kylie Jenner has partnered with Scott Disick’s Talentless clothing company on a capsule collection.The reality TV star is currently on vacation in the idyllic Turks and Caicos Islands to celebrate the successful launch of her skincare venture, Kylie Sk…

Kylie Jenner has partnered with Scott Disick’s Talentless clothing company on a capsule collection.

The reality TV star is currently on vacation in the idyllic Turks and Caicos Islands to celebrate the successful launch of her skincare venture, Kylie Skin.

Kylie has documented the trip on social media, and on Wednesday posted a snap on Instagram showing her and some pals sporting matching light pink minidresses with the words Kylie Skin x Talentless splashed across the front in white text.

“New Kylie inspired @talentless merch available now,” the 21-year-old captioned the picture.

The photo also features Anastasia Karanikolaou, Yris Palmer, and Sofia Richie, who is the girlfriend of Talentless founder Scott, the father of Kylie’s older sister Kourtney Kardashian’s three children.

Accordingly, Sofia also uploaded the same image to her Instagram page with the words, “When my favourite people come together and make magic @talentless.”

The five-piece line is available to buy off the Talentless website, and includes the dress worn by Kylie and her friends, which is priced at $49 (£39). There is also a cropped T-shirt, sweatpants, boxing shorts, and hoodie, each of which comes in pink or white colourways.

Items are priced between $41 and $124 (£33 – £100).

Scott unveiled Talentless earlier this year, with the brand offering a range of comfortable hoodies, sweats, cargo pants and T-shirts.

And the TV personality, well-known for his role as the joker on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, cheekily revealed the inspiration behind his clothing label’s name in a recent chat with GQ magazine.

“I think it’s a big F-U (f**k you) to everybody in the world that basically said that anybody that was in the reality business 10, 15 years ago didn’t have talent,” he smiled.

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Shanina Shaik partners with clothing label Johansen on capsule line

Shanina Shaik has created a capsule collection for Australian fashion label Johansen.The Australian model continues to be one of the most sought-after names in the industry, having walked the runway for the likes of Victoria’s Secret, Philipp Plein, an…

Shanina Shaik has created a capsule collection for Australian fashion label Johansen.

The Australian model continues to be one of the most sought-after names in the industry, having walked the runway for the likes of Victoria’s Secret, Philipp Plein, and Alberta Ferretti.

Now, Shanina is putting her design knowledge to work for a collaboration with Johansen, the brand founded by Jessica Johansen Bell in 2015.

“I’m excited to announce my exclusive collaboration with @johansenofficial !!” she wrote on her Instagram page. “I’ve created four pieces in two colour ways that are a necessity for your closet. You can wear every outfit from day to night. Have a look at my Instagram stories to see what pieces works for you.”

The Johansen x Shanina line includes a silky slip dress available in black and pearl colours, and the Breeze Set, a matching short and shirt set made from 100 per cent cotton that can be worn together or separately.

In the accompanying campaign imagery, Shanina is seen posing in the outfits while standing against a stone wall, and while reclining on a concrete staircase.

Jessica takes inspiration from tropical beaches and quiet countryside villages when designing, with her key pieces including cotton dresses in a muted colour palette, slip dresses, white linen shorts, and off-the-shoulder tops. But the designer received a real boost back in 2018 when Kylie Jenner posted a snap on social media wearing The Cha dress, which features an adjustable elastic top.

The Johansen x Shanina collection will go on sale on 20 July. Prices have not yet been announced.

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Kylie Minogue launches beauty collection

Kylie Minogue has launched her own make-up collection.The Australian pop star’s collection, named Kylie, features a lip oil, lip gloss, eye and cheek glitter, lip and cheek stain and three shades of eyeshadow. The products, named after Minogue’s bigges…

Kylie Minogue has launched her own make-up collection.

The Australian pop star’s collection, named Kylie, features a lip oil, lip gloss, eye and cheek glitter, lip and cheek stain and three shades of eyeshadow.

The products, named after Minogue’s biggest pop hits, are priced $20 (£16) and under.

She announced the launch of Kylie on Instagram and Twitter, and posted a picture of herself wearing the products alongside the caption: “YES! Get your #Summer2019 SPARKLE on! ‘Magnetic Electric’ eyeshadow in three colours to hypnotise! Head to MERCH(andise) at Kylie.com to see more or swipe up in stories!”

The Spinning Around hitmaker was involved in a legal battle with reality star Kylie Jenner in 2016, after the billionaire beauty mogul filed papers with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to register her name for “advertising and endorsement services.”

Jenner’s bid to trademark the name “Kylie” prompted lawyers for the 51-year-old to file an opposition, and claimed the trademark could damage the Minogue brand.

While noting that the former Neighbours actress was an “internationally renowned performing artist, humanitarian and breast cancer activist” and has owned Kylie.com since 1996, her legal team scathingly referred to the Kylie Cosmetics mogul as a “secondary reality television personality.”

The singer won the case in 2017, and a year later, spoke to Rolling Stone about the legal drama, and insisted it wasn’t personal.

“I’ve never met Kylie Jenner. It’s awkward, because fans get so loyal and vocal, and we love that! But it was nothing personal at all, I’m at pains to say,” Minogue explained.

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Kendall Jenner finally collaborates with younger sister Kylie Jenner

Kendall Jenner is finally collaborating with her younger sister Kylie Jenner on her cosmetics line. During a recent vlog post, the 21-year-old beauty billionaire quietly revealed that her model sister has created a lipstick and eyeshadow palette for t…

Kendall Jenner is finally collaborating with her younger sister Kylie Jenner on her cosmetics line.

During a recent vlog post, the 21-year-old beauty billionaire quietly revealed that her model sister has created a lipstick and eyeshadow palette for the hugely successful Kylie Cosmetics.

To celebrate the four-year anniversary of the brand, Kendall has designed a collection full of neutral hues, packaged in a baby pink and gold aesthetic, according to Vogue.

The sneak peek was unveiled during a video shared by Kylie, giving her fans a taste of her everyday life. The first look, spotted by an eagle-eyed fan on Instagram, also included some new Lip Kits, and a Kylie Skin sunscreen and travel-sized face wash and toner.

The vlog post also hinted at the campaign photos for the Kylie and Kendall collaboration, which appear to be the same face-to-face vibe set against a baby pink backdrop that Kylie and Kim Kardashian did for their collaboration.

While Kylie has collaborated with each of her older sisters – including Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian – for her cosmetics line, she revealed back in March that it has been difficult to work with Kendall due to her contractual obligations to skincare and make-up powerhouse Estee Lauder.

“You know, Kendall was in a contract for a really long time,” the mother-of-one shared in an Instagram Live Q&A with fans. “So I couldn’t do a collab with her. That’s the only reason why I didn’t collab with her. But… you know. We worked it out.”

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Kylie Jenner applies to trademark baby line

Kylie Jenner is eyeing a move into the baby industry by filing a trademark application for her own line of children’s products. The reality TV star, 21, has already turned her love of makeup into a money-spinning business with her Kylie Cosmetics bran…

Kylie Jenner is eyeing a move into the baby industry by filing a trademark application for her own line of children’s products.

The reality TV star, 21, has already turned her love of makeup into a money-spinning business with her Kylie Cosmetics brand, which she debuted in 2015 in partnership with bosses at beauty retailer Ulta, and she’s currently preparing to expand her empire with her Kylie Skin range.

Now Jenner, who shares 15-month-old daughter Stormi with her rapper boyfriend Travis Scott, is hoping to provide other new mums with everything they may need for their tots by seeking to roll out her own Kylie Baby line.

According to documents obtained by TMZ, the idea is to develop non-medicated skin care products for little ones, while also establishing her own collection of linens and swaddling blankets, as well as diaper bags, children’s car seats, strollers, changing tables, bouncers, walkers, and even breast pump and breast milk storage equipment.

A ruling on her trademark application has yet to be made.

The news emerges as Jenner gears up to officially launch Kylie Skin on 22 May (19).

She took to Instagram over the weekend (11-12May19) to formally announce the news, and share her excitement over the new project.

“Skincare and makeup go hand in hand and Kylie Skin was something I dreamt up soon after Kylie Cosmetics,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star wrote. “I’ve been working on this for what feels like a lifetime so I can’t believe I’m finally announcing!”

“Building my makeup line from the ground-up has taught me a lot and I’m so blessed with that knowledge to apply to my brand new company! Birthing a whole new team, manufacturing, fulfillment etc. separate from my cosmetics line was challenging but here we are! I got the best of the best for you guys!”

Kylie Skin will kick off with six products, including a Foaming Face Wash, Walnut Face Scrub, Vitamin C Serum, and Eye Cream, with all items priced at under $30 (£23).

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Kendall Jenner gearing up to launch fragrance line

Kendall Jenner is looking to make a splash in the world of fragrance.The model’s siblings have already carved out names for themselves in the beauty arena, with her older half-sister Kim Kardashian launching her KKW Beauty line in June 2017, and her KK…

Kendall Jenner is looking to make a splash in the world of fragrance.

The model’s siblings have already carved out names for themselves in the beauty arena, with her older half-sister Kim Kardashian launching her KKW Beauty line in June 2017, and her KKW Fragrance brand a few months later, while her younger sister Kylie Jenner unveiled her Kylie Cosmetics company in 2015, with the business now valued at over $1 billion.

Now, it appears Kendall wants a slice of the action too, with editors at The Blast reporting that she has filed documents with the United States Patent and Trademark Office seeking to trademark “Kendall Jenner” and “Kendall” for a range of perfumes and fragrances.

The document also requests permission to use her moniker on numerous skincare products, including haircare preparations, and bath and body gels, as well as on lip balm, deodorant, face lotions, cosmetics, lip gloss, nail polish, and nail polish remover.

Kendall is yet to comment on the filing, or tease any of her potential products on her social media pages.

Though in March, Kylie hinted during an Instagram Live video that she was working on a cosmetics collaboration with her 23-year-old sister. When asked by a fan whether a line inspired by Kendall was on the way, she responded by winking at the camera and putting her finger up to her lips to make the “Shhh,” gesture.

The 21-year-old also explained that her sibling’s former deal with Estee Lauder prevented them from working together until now.

“You know Kendall was in a contract for a really long time so I couldn’t do a collab with her,” she said, adding: “That’s the only reason why I didn’t collab with her.”

Last month, Kendall also made a move into the beauty industry by announcing that she was investing in oral care company Moon.

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Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner postpone fragrance launch over manufacturing issue

Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner have put a hold on the launch of their new fragrance line after the product failed to meet manufacturing guidelines. The sisters, who already run the successful KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics brands, respectively, were …

Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner have put a hold on the launch of their new fragrance line after the product failed to meet manufacturing guidelines.

The sisters, who already run the successful KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics brands, respectively, were set to unveil a set of scents they developed together on 26 April (19), but on Wednesday (17Apr19), Kardashian took to social media to reveal the venture has been shelved.

“We are so excited to launch our fragrance collaboration that we’ve been working on for such a long time,” she wrote. “Sadly, we found out today from the manufacturer that a few of our bottles did not pass durability tests while on the assembly line and we have paused production while the team explores the issue further.”

The brunette beauty reassured fans that updates would soon follow.

“Together, we have made the difficult decision to delay the launch as we would never release a product that did not meet the strictest of quality guidelines,” the statement continues. “We’ll be sure to let you know as soon as we have a new launch date! Thank you for your understanding and support always. Love, Kim & Kylie.”

The duo first announced their plans for the product during the U.S. premiere of the 16th season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians last month (Mar19).

The release date of the three scents, which feature notes of red lotus blossoms, liquid amber and peony, initially fell on the date Taylor Swift hinted she was set to drop new music, referred to by her fans as Taylor Swift Day. The Shake It Off hitmaker’s loyal followers took to social media to accuse the TV personalities of trolling the pop sensation, noting the long standing feud between Kardashian and Swift was behind the scent launch date.

Kim stood up for her husband Kanye West when he insisted Swift had given him the OK to poke fun at her in the lyrics to his Famous track, and when Taylor denied his claims back in 2016, Kardashian took to Twitter to note that it was “National Snake Day”, before releasing footage which appeared to show Swift consenting to the song lyrics while on speaker phone with Kanye.

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