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Many commoners such as ourselves simply aren't able to handle the fringe lifestyle. Between keeping it cut properly in parallel to the rest of your hair, making sure it stays in place and isn't blinding you; it's a 24/7 job.

Kendall Jenner has seemingly decided to commit to that bangs lifestyle, but then again she does have a team of hairstylists to help her.

She's showing off her brand new look in a recent selfie, and we have to say: she's lookin' FINE.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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While most fringes tend to divide people, we're fairly positive that Kendall's will get the A-plus rating.

The 24-year-old model looks really different to her normal lewk, and some are even saying she's resembling her mum, Kris Jenner, a lot more now.

The famous Kardashian family are renowned for trying out wigs and hair extensions, so who knows if the hairstyle is just temporary or if it's a permanent move.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Kendall captioned her Instagram image; “yes, no, maybe so?” and people are LOVING it. We think… there was the odd 'no' response, but it's probably just minor sh*t-stirring.

The last time she rocked a look even remotely like this was at the AMAs back in the olden days of 2015  with a long fringe, and she really does look like her mom-ager there.

We think she looks shockingly like fellow model Emily Ratajkowski, especially with all that pouting. What do you gals think of the look?

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You’ve most likely seen at least one of Vogue’s infamous make-up tutorials, celebrated for their chill, relatable vibe… NOT.

We obsess over how gorgeous models get their looks, attempt to emulate their radiant beauty and try (and fail) to copy their stunning #lewks.

The rich and famous have world-renowned make-up artists following at their heels, making sure they look their best at all times.

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We, on the other hand, roll out of bed and can only pray that we manage to look semi-decent instead of the apocalyptic zombie which was passed out in bed only moments earlier…

If I can remember to put toothpaste on my toothbrush instead of moisturiser, I think I’m winning.

These celebrity gals, however, are often expected to look #RedCarpetReady 24 hours a day, which sounds exhausting, to be honest.

We decided it was time to watch these notorious Vogue Vids to study the movements and cosmetic habits of faces such as Bad Gal Riri (she doesn’t need make-up, make-up needs her), Emily Ratajkowski, Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid to see just how relatable these ladies are. 

We were inspired by the hilarious Maddison Bush, who uploaded parody version of a make-up tutorial while attempting to imitate Vogue's famous faces.

Hint: not relatable in the slightest. Not even close to it.

1. First up, Bella Hadid.

As we all know, Bella is one half of the supermodel sister duo of herself and Gigi Hadid, AKA: two of the most ridiculously stunning human beings on the planet. We actually doubt if they’re human… they look like they were made in a laboratory for beautiful people. No fair.

From the very start of these videos, it’s already hard to find anything in common with these women. They are all doing their beauty regime in unnaturally aesthetic bathrooms in luxurious hotels or mansions, whereas we’re struggling to find a mirror that isn’t covered in foundation smudge marks, or are possibly in the queue for the house bathroom for the last 35 minutes.

Ah, the life of regular people. So quaint.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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From the second models such as Bella face the camera, it’s difficult to choke down the fact that they aren’t wearing any make-up because they already look damn FLAWLESS.

Like, wig = snatched from the beginning. *sigh*

The videos are also alarmingly short, considering most of us take at least 15 minutes to put our faces on. The fact that famous faces only take 5 minutes to look that good is frankly both disturbing and insulting to my pale palour.

(I’ve been asked if I am anaemic countless times, I’ve just started saying yes now, it’s easier).

Bella begins by saying “models can do their own make-up too!” Good to know, Bella. Good to know. You’re very normal.

She continues by saying, “I look really tired because I’ve been travelling for two months straight.” You poor gal Bella, travelling the world in private jets and glamorous clothing must be devastating to your complexion.

So far, oh so relatable.

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Bella uses concealer, a contour stick, highlighter, brow pencil, lash primer and mascara to complete her look in five minutes.

By the end of the video, she’s essentially ready for the Victoria’s Secret carpet, minus the wings. It’s offensive. *cries in poor*

Relatability level: 2/5.

2. Kendall Jenner. Also known as ‘KANDALL JANNARRR’.

She’s already using products we can’t even dream of affording without selling our organs illegally online, so the relatability factor is null from the beginning.

She claims that she “learns a lot from being on set.” Us too, Kendall. We frequent photoshoots on the reg constantly, it’s the cross we bear.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She lets us know that she eats grilled cheese sandwiches, which is comforting for roughly 4 seconds.

The Kardashian uses Estée Lauder foundation in nude, concealer, and mascara and finishes by blowing a kiss to the camera.

The fact that she hasn’t poked her eyes with a mascara brush or choked on powder yet separates this gal from reality.

My lungs still haven’t recovered from the powder incident of ’09, where my mother’s inhaler had to be used.

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Relatability level: 1/5. Sorry Kendall, but your bathroom alone is next level boujee.

3. Lili Reinhart.

Our third gal is Riverdale’s gorgeous Betty Cooper herself, Lili Reinhart. We have high hopes for this one, seeing as her social media presence is all about positivity and female empowerment, as well as Cole Sprouse, AKA Coal Sprouts, Jughead Jones.

Lili also begins her video by eating food on camera, it seems to be a common ‘relatability’ tactic. This time, it’s Chinese food. She has us hooked.

She also admits from the beginning that she already has foundation on, thank God. If that was her natural complexion I think I’d have had to tell her to stay in her lane.

Lili doesn’t mention the products which she uses, which we translate to mean that we probably cannot afford them…

She uses pink eyeshadow, lip gloss, a basic nude foundation and of course, concealer and highlighter. Voila, she’s ready for her close-up.

Relatability level: 3/5. She’s the winner so far, mainly due to her Chinese wontons. They just look so tasty.

4. Emily Ratajkowski.

Ah, the notorious sexy selfie queen. We have serious doubts about the relatability level of this gal, she’s got cheekbones for days and an enviable glowing tan.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Plus she could look sexy even if she went to Coppers until 6am the night before and had an absolute ‘mare when those jägerbombs came back to haunt her. The hardest look to pull off, arguably.

She comments that “I do my own make-up for red carpets a lot”. Same, tbh…

All this girl needs is Pat McGrath lipgloss, her blush which she confesses to be addicted to, and a bit of concealer. Wait… that’s it? That’s all it takes? Seriously?

We quit. We are the weakest link, goodbye.

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Relatability level: 0/5. Sorry Emily, but you took a duck-face selfie when you were done, and DIDN’T delete it or take a second take. That’s downright blasphemy in our books, we need at least 13 photos before we can find one we don’t hate.

5. Rihanna

Last, but not least, BAD GAL RIRI. An icon. A sass queen. Fenty Beauty extraordinaire, we have high hopes for this one.

From the beginning of the ten minute long gift, RiRi shows off her bubbly personality without plugging her own products at all, which is a miracle in itself.

If you haven’t tried using Fenty Beauty products, girl you are MISSING OUT. They’re flawless.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Some of Rihanna’s best quotes from this video include:

“Everyone knows concealer is made for hiding bags and dark circles, and hangovers and bad decisions.” YAS queen, she’s in the know. Riri gets the struggle.

“You’ve got to have powder for when you get greasy on the fly, honey.” Preach it.

“Pink eyeshadow says summer, sunset, love, drama, BITCHES.” We would pray to the church of Rihanna, honestly.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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“The key to highlighter is not to be afraid, make-up is fun. It’s there to play with.” She hits the nail on the head, so many of us can find make-up intensely frustrating when we are expected to follow certain trends and look a certain way.

At the end of the day, beauty products should be used for our own enjoyment and empowerment, and if make-up doesn’t empower you, your natural beauty is all you need.

Riri claims that she learned how to contour when she gained weight and wanted to hide her ‘double chin’ and forehead, which was hugely surprising to us. Superstar celebrities have insecurities too, gals.

“The best teacher is yourself.” Say it louder for the people in the back, Rihanna. Everyone has their own unique look, individual face and preferred beauty regimens. You don’t have to look to famous people to understand your own complexion, all you need is you.

Riri relatability level: 4/5. Her personality is down-to-earth, her tips are one of a kind and her products are gold star standard.

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We have to remind ourselves that these celebrities have picked up countless tips from the top make-up artists in the business, whereas we got free eyeshadows from magazines as 11-year-olds back when YouTube make-up tutorials didn’t exist (yes, there was a time, believe it or not) and gave ourselves pinkeye.

I lost count of how many allergic reactions I had to dodgy make-up after my 3827th eye infection from cheap “make-up”.

I wouldn’t even call it make-up honestly, I suspect that magazine eyeshadows were essentially homemade concoctions of flour and food dye.

Fast forward a few years, and YouTube beauty accounts have blown up across the internet, courtesy of teenagers who are DYING to know how to contour.

The word contour genuinely did not exist until recently in Ireland, we were simple folk back then.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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There was eyeshadow (roughly 4 colours), orange foundation, mascara and lip gloss which was just Vaseline that had notions about itself.

In 2018, the cosmetic industry is bigger than ever, and is only beginning to include minorities in its world, thanks to brands such as Fenty Beauty creating more foundation shades.

It can be difficult to relate to any models in the beauty industry, no matter who they are. However you mould your own look in the mirror, imitate Rihanna and declare “I look cute!”

Always finish your look by feeling yo’self, it matters that you are feeling good, not just looking good.

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We are thrilled for Emily Ratajkowski, who just got hitched to producer Sebastian Bear-McClard.

The two have reportedly only been dating for several weeks, according to TMZ. The exciting news comes not long after speculation began that she had split from longtime boyfriend Jeff Magid.

The 26-year-old model, who first rose to fame after starring in the 'Blurred Lines' music video, recorded the happy event on her Instagram story.

The couple tied the knot in a New York City courthouse with witnesses, including Internet star The Fat Jewish.

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They are so sweet! And we love that a pug was involved (that should really be a requirement for every wedding).

One of our other favourite parts of the ceremony? All of the funky, colourful suits involved!

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While their courtship has been short, they know what they say – when you meet the one, you just know!

We are so happy for them, as are the We Are Your Friends actress' followers on social media.

"Congratulations… Enjoy every day together, time flies when you're with the one you love," a fan shared.

Another wrote, "Congratulations! Wishing you a happy and lucky life."

Congratulations again to the happy couple!

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Ever since the Blurred Lines video grabbed headlines all over the world back in 2013, Emily Ratajkowski has rarely been out of the papers.

And this week she has come under fire for a caption she posted on Instagram as part of a Kerastase ad campaign.

Sharing a black and white image of herself sporting thick voluminous locks, the 26-year-old model and actress made a remark which has caused great upset among many of her followers.

"Hair is a fundamental part of beauty, femininity, and identity. So excited to announce that I am the new face of @kerastase_official! Welcome good hair days!" she wrote earlier today.

Taking issue with the beauty ideal she communicated in her message, members of the public were quick to remind the model that her remarks had little grounding in reality.

"Arrogant af," replied one of her followers. "I wasn't so lucky to have thick healthy hair by nature, but this is not YOU who tell me I don't deserve to be beautiful and have my identity!"

Emily was also reminded that hair loss is often the repercussion of illnesses experienced by countless women around the world, and therefore should not be used as a measure of beauty.

"So those gorgeous, strong women who have lost their hair battling cancer or suffering alopecia aren't considered to have beauty, femininity or identity? What were you thinking writing this?!" countered one of the model's followers.

 

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By contrast, some Instagram users were quick to jump to the model's defence, asking fellow followers to provide a more appropriate caption for a haircare brand.

"It's a haircare ad, what is she supposed to write in the caption?" argued one fan. "I'm sick and tired of hearing and reading women are all beautiful no matter what."

"Here we are talking about pure aesthetics and I'm pretty sure any women would agree hair plays a fundamental role in making woman feel beautiful and feminine, and any bald women would love to have their hair back of they can."

 

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Emily recently discussed the campaign and acknowledged that while hair doesn't hold the same importance for everyone, it plays a prominent part in her life, saying: "Bad hair days are the worse because it can become the centre of the day."

"For some people, their hair isn’t important to them, and that’s a totally respectful stance. I would never judge someone who feels that way," she explained during a recent interview with Elle.

She added: "But for me, and for a lot of women, how our hair looks and feels is an everyday part of our lives, whether we always want it to be or not."

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Piers Morgan has been slammed by model and actress Emily Ratajkowski for questioning how she can be a feminist and a sexual being. 

The Good Morning Britain co-hot and professional Twitter troll told viewers that he was confused by Emily's feminism after a video of her posing provocatively on a dinner table was released,

'Emily, writhing in spaghetti, she’s what it’s all about,' he stated, comparing Emily's provocative work to that of the more conservative Taylor Swift.

 

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'Women, sort it out. We are confused,' he continued, demonstrating that he does not understand how a woman can believe in feminism while simultaneously being sexy.

Emily heard about his statements, and decided to help him out: 

'I never said my love video was a feminist statement,' Emily clarified on Twitter.

 

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'But now it’s worth saying that telling women what to do with their bodies and sexuality is actually just classic sexism.'

'I can have opinions about feminism and also do sexy photo shoots, k thanks.'

I mean, how dare a woman believe in equality between the genders and showcase her body? The outrage… *eyeroll emoji*

Piers didn't stop there. 

He later took to Twitter to say: 

'I hope my daughter aspires to a more substantial feminist ideal than writhing semi-naked in spaghetti for publicity & Instagram likes.'

'If a man writhed semi-naked in spaghetti to promote male empowerment, feminists would mock him to humiliating death. If you want equality, do the same to women who pull this stunt.'

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Emily Ratajkowski has been sharing snaps of her new swimwear collection on Instagram all week, and when the line finally dropped, fans couldn't get enough of the sexy, innovative collection. 

However, not everyone was so impressed with Inamorata.

Ready-to-wear and swimwear designer Lisa Marie Fernandez has called out the model, claiming that two of the designs from her collection were copied from Fernandez's own collection. 

 

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According to Business of Fashion, the day after Emily released her line, Fernandez sent her a cease-and-desist letter. 

Fernandez alleges that two separate styles of swimwear were copied from her.

First, Fernandez claims that Ratajkowski's Vulcan bikini top is akin to her Leandra style bikini top. 

Both are off-the-shoulder bikini tops with a slightly baggy finish.

The second item called to question is Ratajkowski's Cardiff swimsuit, which features a distinctive cut-out bow front.

Fernandez alleges that the Cardiff suit is a copy of her Triple Poppy Maillot suit, which has the same design, but with two bows rather than three.  

 

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Fernandez has been sharing the coverage of the story with her online followers.

Neither Inamorata nor Ratajkowski have commented on the allegations. 

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American model and actress, Emily Ratajkowski has taken to social media to express her dismay after a French magazine altered her photo before putting it on the front cover.

Appearing in the latest edition of Madame Figaro, the 26-year-old was stunned to discover that her lips and breasts had been photoshopped before the magazine made it to print.

Emily demonstrated her discovery on Instagram with a side-by-side comparison and a lengthy message explaining her disappointment.

“Everyone is uniquely beautiful in their own ways,” she wrote.

“We all have insecurities about the things that make us different from a typical ideal of beauty. I, like so many of us, try every day to work past those insecurities.”

“I was extremely disappointed to see my lips and breasts altered in photoshop on this cover. I hope the fashion industry will finally learn to stop trying to stifle the things that make us unique and instead begin to celebrate individuality.”

This isn't the first time Emily has spoken out about impossible beauty standards. Just last month, in an interview with Allure, the model criticised society's instinct to censor women's bodies.

"It really bothers me that people are so offended by breasts," she said.

"That's when I realised how f**ked our culture is. When we see breasts, we don't think of beauty and femininity. We think of vulgar, over-sexualised images."

Hear, hear, Emily!

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There is no better place to be on Saint Patrick's Day than Ireland, and clearly one celeb know this to be true. 

Drop-dead gorgeous model Emily Ratajkowski is currently meandering around Bantry in County Cork. 

The 26-year-old model spent her summers growing up in Cork, despite being born in London to American parents. 

The brunette stunner has been sharing snaps on Instagram of beautiful Bantry, and she's clearly delighted to be there.

Captioning the snap"Home" with a shamrock emoji, Emily is clearly proud of her association with the Emerald Isle. 

And sure, why wouldn't she be? 

Back in Spetember 2015, the model visited Bantry and called it her "home away from home."

 

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So if anyone spots a 5"6 brunette beauty wandering around Bantry, it could very well be Emily!

Selfie cameras at the ready.  

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Well, if anyone was going to send Christmas cards depicting their very own naked body – it was probably going to be Emily Ratajkowski

Yup, the 25-year-old US model has now showed off a sneak peak of the card itself on her Instagram account.

And – unsurprisingly – her bod looks pretty amazing in a we'd-rather-not-see-that-when-we're-in-a-turkey-coma kinda way.

Emily told The Sun that she only had five of them made explaining: "The cards are far more than just a holiday greeting – they’re a gift in and of themselves."

 

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We couldn't agree more, Miss Ratajkowski!

She added: “With everything going on in the world this year, my material gifts seemed to stop short at feeling special and full of love, so I decided to do the collages.”

Emily is currently spending Christmas in Venice.

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Emily Ratajkowski was certainly turning heads this week when she attended the MLB National League Champion Series.

She went to the event with her boyfriend, Jeff Magid and they looked very loved up together, posing for pictures and hugging each other throughout the day.

Fans tried to get a few pictures with the model, but she kissed her beau right in front of them!

Emily has been linked to Jeff since 2014, but the couple like to keep their relationship on the DL.

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It seems that Jeff likes to keep himself on the DL also, as there's not a lot of information about him other than he's a musician.

We're delighted for Emily, though. It's nice to be all loved up!

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From Kylie Jenner to Chloe Ferry, at the rate we’re going there won’t be a brunette left by the end of 2016.

And just as Michelle Keegan makes the seriously savvy decision to return to her roots, another notable brunette has traded in her luscious locks in favour of a lighter look.

Ever since she first achieved major fame through Robin Thicke’s controversial Blurred Lines video, Emily Ratajkowski has maintained her glossy brunette mane, but now it looks like the star’s putting the “blondes have more fun” theory to the test, as she’s been pictured with a shoulder-length, platinum-coloured bob.

While the 25-year-old model definitely looks better brunette, we have to admit that she’s well able to work a lighter shade.

And the best news?  Emily’s ‘do is for her role in the new Netflix series Easy so hopefully she’ll be back to her dark self in no time.

 

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Late last week Blurred Lines star Emily Ratajkowski set tongues wagging when she wore an extremely plunging Julien Macdonald gown to a New York Fashion Week event.

And while we thought the actress pulled off the eye-catching LBD like only she could, critics like Fashion Police’s Tim Gunn weren’t quite as impressed with the navel skimming ensemble.

According to Us Weekly, the 63-year-old fashion consultant was quick to brand Emily’s outfit as “appallingly vulgar and revealing” during a televised discussion of the gown. 

 

Bazaar.

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While claiming he wasn’t shocked by the dress because he “lived through the 1960s”, the Project Runway co-host did go as far as to suggest the dress would be enough to turn him off his food.  

Clearly unimpressed with Tim’s comments, Emily has taken to Twitter to defend her outfit of choice.

In a series of tweets – which begin with a reference to a recent article she wrote in defence of female sexuality – the avid feminist said: “When I wrote my Glamour article, I was just thinking of men who call women attention seeking for being sexy.”

“I wasn’t thinking of the hosts of nationally televised shows who call women vulgar because they can see their stomachs.”

The outspoken star continued by highlighting the way in which male voices try to dictate how women dress.

“Western men in 2016: Want to ban women abroad from voluntarily covering themselves at the beach then want women to cover up their ‘vulgar’ bodies at home.”

She finished be asking: “Who controls women’s bodies in 2016?”

“It’s 2016.  Why keep trying to dictate what women can wear?”

 

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