The Kardashian family has completely unfollowed their close friend Larsa Pippen on Instagram, and she's no longer following them. Larsa has been friends with the Kardashians since at least 2012, and has even appeared on their show.
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The reality star's close friend Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris almost four years ago
Pour one out for his long, lustrous lengths.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were friends for a decade before they got married. Here's a timeline of their relationship.
The couple tied the knot at a high-end ceremony in Italy in 2014 and now share four children together.
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She was photographed wearing her veil and very little else.
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Jen DeTracey shares how she felt when a friend stopped communicating with her after she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Welcome to the new Look of the Day, where we comb through every celebrity outfit from the past 24 hours and feature the single most conversation-worthy ensemble. Love it, leave it, or shop the whole thing below.
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Kourt is "not OK."
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Apparently she said goodbye, but is "very torn."
TikTok royalty Addison Rae Easterling talks about the Kardashians, pre-celebrity life, and her new podcast
The 19-year-old TikTok superstar spilled the tea on her new podcast, where she's getting more honest and personal than ever.
The 41-year-old "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star previously defended her son's long brunette locks.
Congratulations, mom-shamers and gender-norm enthusiasts, at least one of your wishes has come true at long last: Kourtney Kardashian's son, Reign Disick has cut his hair. To be more precise, someone shaved off all his luxurious long locks. And we're pretty certain this wasn't a decision Kardashian made because some internet bullies told her he […]
An Instagram page is helping people locate their missing loved ones after a huge explosion devastated Beirut
LocateVictimsBeirut, a page that shares names and photos of individuals missing or found at hospitals, has attracted more than 90,000 followers.
For some, a lipstick is just a lipstick. But for others, it’s a source of strength, creativity, and expression. In our series Power Faces, we’ll explore the relationship between strong people and the makeup they choose to wear — or not. Our latest subject is 24-year-old non-binary artist, model, and musician Merlot. This story was told to Rachel Lubitz and edited for length and clarity.I struggled with acne a lot, and it came at a really bad time. I was living in Bradenton, Florida, and it was the acne on top of the queerness and being in a small town with nobody that looked like me. I did Accutane going into my junior year in high school. It worked instantly, but you can’t have direct contact with the sun, so I was walking around my high school with a black umbrella. I was a target for bullies.For a long time, I didn’t even think I could wear makeup. I didn’t have a lot of friends in high school in Florida, and it wasn’t something I was trying to associate myself with. When I got to college, I became more of a social butterfly and that’s the first time I ever wore makeup in public. I suddenly felt like I had the power in my hands to change how I looked.Makeup School When I got to Berklee College of Music in Boston, I was experimenting with a girlfriend’s makeup kit and playing with eyeshadows and bronzers and highlighters. At first I thought, Oh just a little rosy cheek and that’s it. But then I got more into drag makeup and I loved how it allowed me to play with my look; it was like picking out a great outfit.But back then, I was upset I wasn’t better at it. I remember one time when I was doing drag, my friend gave me a Nars highlighter that looked like white setting powder — and I put it all over my face. It was one of those things that you can’t really see until a flashbulb goes off, and I looked crazy. My whole entire face was a reflection.Through watching makeup tutorials, I got better. I found them very therapeutic and cathartic; they’re my ASMR. I didn’t realize that makeup could transform so much on your face. I was shocked by that. Makeup was more powerful than I ever gave it credit for. I’ve been wearing makeup pretty regularly now for four years. It’s empowering to decide how you’re going to look every day.In Boston, I also got a job at a little skin-care shop and I learned so much. Skin care became a way of taking back control. I could rely on my skin to do what I wanted it to do. I felt like, As long as my skin’s good, I’m good.Freckle FaceOne day in college, I was looking at my features and I thought my face was bare. I was like, What’s a little thing that I can do to just enhance my features? I couldn’t afford a lot. I wasn’t going to go out and buy all this makeup.At the time, my biggest influences style-wise were Erykah Badu and Zoë Kravitz, who have freckles. That was the look that I wanted. I was like, Let me try that out, and it just stuck. They’ve been there for four years now. A lot of people don’t know my freckles are fake, but I never lie. I don’t know if this is related to being a brown and queer person, but a lot of people ask to touch them. And I’m like, ‘No, don’t touch my face.’I was doing the freckles with brown eyeliner at first, but it was just so dark and opaque that it didn’t look natural. Over time, I tried different products and pens and I finally found an eyebrow product that worked for me. Every morning, it probably takes me 10 minutes; I do it so often that I just flick my hand really quickly. At first, they were to just add dimension and an accent to my face. In the grand scheme of things, that’s what they still represent to me: The freckles are the sprinkles on top.It’s through the exploration of makeup that I was really able to find out more about myself, and even how I should identify. When you sit in front of the mirror for so long, using all these different colors to change and enhance things, it gives you a greater appreciation for yourself and who you really are. I can attribute makeup to a lot of the confidence I got as a young adult. That feeling of looking in the mirror and thinking, Yes, you look good cannot be beat.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Adult Acne Is Wreaking Havoc On Our Mental HealthMeghan Markle Is Bringing Back Fake FrecklesThe "Acne" I Fought For Years Wasn't Acne At All
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Kim's chocolate-eating technique is either innovative or insane, depending on how you look at it.