The star just announced the release date of her highly anticipated makeup brand. Selena Gomez' s makeup brand, Rare Beauty , is almost here! After surprising fans by announcing that her debut cosmetics company was in the works in early February, Gomez, 28, just revealed the official launch date of the line — and it's only a few weeks away. I hope you love it as much as I do! In a video shared on Rare Beauty's Instagram feed, Gomez opened up by explaining the empowering mission behind her brand. It's all about makeup. It's all about how you look in a lot of ways and that can be exciting and fun but at the same time it can just be a bit dangerous," she said. It's not something that you need. And I felt like that's kind of who I am.
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Rare is the third solo studio album by American singer Selena Gomez ,   released on January 10, , by Interscope Records. Gomez stated that the album is her "diary from the past few years". Lyrically, it deals with themes such as self-love , self-acceptance , self-worth and self empowerment. The standard edition of Rare features guest verses from rappers 6lack and Kid Cudi. Rare was supported by four singles, with the first three reaching the top 30 of the Billboard Hot : The lead single " Lose You to Love Me ", released on October 23, , topped the Hot , becoming Gomez's first number-one single in the US.
The enchanting accompanying visual for the sparkling song sets her in a loving utopia filled with rainbows and butterflies. Saw us getting older Burning toast in the toaster My ambitions were too high Waiting up for you upstairs Why you act like I'm not there? Baby, right now it feels like.
Selena Gomez was reborn from a hermetically-sealed fantasyland back into reality when, in , she released her second solo record, Revival. Unlike the overproduced electropop of her debut, Stars Dance , Revival reflected her expanding sexuality, power, and interest in telling her own stories; Gomez actualized these objectives by posing nearly nude on the album cover, serving among its executive producers, and working with specific songwriters to help translate her experiences. Besides popping up for the occasional movie role or fashion collaboration, Gomez focused on herself.