HARRY Styles has been on the rise since his X-Factor audition in 2010.
Today, the former One Direction singer is entering the beauty industry in hopes of making products more gender neutral.
Harry Styles is launching a beauty brand?
Styles, 27, is known for his flowing wardrobe and is often seen wearing nail polish.
On November 15, 2021, he announced to his 40 million followers that he was launching a new beauty line called Pleasant.
âFind your pleasure,â he captioned the photos.
The very first line, titled Perfect Pearl, is available now for pre-order and includes nail polish, a double-roll lip and eye serum, and a face serum with prices ranging from $ 20 to $ 75. $.
âWhen we decided that Pleasing would make beauty products, I wanted to be sure they were something I would use,â Styles said in a press release.
“I didn’t want to make products to hide people, I wanted to showcase them and make them feel beautiful.”
The products are vegan and cruelty-free and are expected to start shipping in late November.
Was Harry Styles on the cover of Vogue?
The launch of Styles’ beauty brand comes a year after he appeared on the cover of Vogue wearing a Gucci gown, making him the first solo man to make the cover of the magazine.
At the time, many praised Styles for his bravery, but fashion icon Billy Porter felt a different feeling.
Porter, who has been known for his eclectic red carpet fashion over the years, often sporting ball gowns, platform boots and quirky accessories, slammed the post for picking a ‘straight white man’ for his cover. .
“I changed the whole game,” he told the Sunday Times. âAnd it’s not ego, it’s just a fact. I was the first to do it and now everyone is doing it.
âI feel like the fashion industry accepted me because I have to. I’m not necessarily convinced, and here’s why: I created the conversation, and yet Vogue did dress up a straight white man Harry Styles anyway for the first time.
He then clarified that his comments were to Vogue, not Styles personally.
“I’m not hanging out with Harry Styles, but is he the one you’re going to try to use to represent this new conversation?” he asked rhetorically.
âHe doesn’t care, he just does it because it’s the right thing to do. It’s politics for me. It’s my life. I had to fight my whole life to get to where I could wear an Oscar dress and not get shot. All he has to do is be white and straight.
He then apologized to the singer on The Late Show following a backlash.
At the time, Porter said: “Harry Styles, I apologize to you for having your name in my mouth. It’s not about you. The conversation is not about you.
âThe conversation is actually deeper than that.
“These are the systems of oppression and erasure of people of color that contribute to culture.”
Porter then concluded his statement by saying, “… I’m sorry, Harry. I didn’t mean any harm. I’m a gay man.
“We love Harry, he’s cute!”
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