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Kat Von D’s ‘Fetish’ Collection Excites Fans Despite Her Recent Decision To Forgo Vaccinations For Her Son

Ever since it’s announcement nearly a year ago, Kat Von D fans have been circling La Reina de Goth’s upcoming Fetish collection like hungry vultures. Of course, the makeup mogul’s various teases and first sketch reveals haven’t done much to satiate our thirst for some pretty important information like release dates and the official product lineup.

Fortunately for us, Kat took to Instagram to finally grace us with dates and details.

This past Labor Day weekend, Kat took to Instagram to showcase the new collection in all of its sinister glory.

Fans of Von D have been twiddling their thumbs in anticipation of the new collection since last December when the tattoo artist and makeup maven revealed that she was working on the collection. The sketches hinted that her new line would have super NSFW and BDSM themes.

Kat’s latest reveal shows the new line includes a salacious highlighter and blush palette.

The packaging comes in a rose gold hue and has a delicate but bold embroidered logo.

It’s a palette that consists of shades that are just as equally stunning.

The three highlighter shades include two new colors (Telepathy and Magick are new colors while Von D fans have already seen the lovely Roseshock before). The palette also includes three brand-new blush shades. There’s Coven (which comes in a lilac) Salem (tangerine), and Bathory (which appears to be a fuchsia color).

The blush shades look like a fairy dream and manage to be impressive on every skin tone. The price point is $43.

The Fetish eyeshadow palette is another new product that just might possibly take your breath away.

The palette consists of 25 different shades in matte, glimmer, metallic, and mega-glitter finishes.

Sí, he dicho ~mega-glitter~.

It comes with swatches that’ll totally fulfill your color fixations.

The shade names also appear to be pretty dang sultry and impressive. The new shades come in color names like Deviant, Latex, Cuffs, Knotty, Kink, Rope, Shibari, Rubber, Dominatrix, Nylon, Whip, Obsession, Le Petite Mort, S&M, Safe Word, Blindfold, Sex, Corset, Fixation, Bondage, Suspension, Chastity, Submissive, and Stiletto.

It’s a limited-edition palette retailing at the price of $63.

Despite recent backlash Kat has faced for her anti-vaccination comments, her fanbase is still expressing their strong anticipation for the products and their release.

In June, Kat (who is pregnant with her first child) faced extreme criticism after announcing to her followers on Instagram that she was opting out of getting her son vaccines when he is born. In a post to her Instagram account, the face and founder behind the beloved Kat Von D beauty brand wrote, “If you don’t know what it’s like have people around you think you are ridiculous, try being openly vegan. And, if you don’t know what it’s like to have the entire world openly criticize, judge, throw uninformed opinions, and curse you – try being an openly pregnant vegan on Instagram, having a natural, drug-free home birth in water with a midwife and doula, who has the intention of raising a vegan child, without vaccinations. My point being: I already know what it’s like to make life choices that are not the same as the majority. So your negative comments are not going to influence my choices.”

Still, despite her decision, and having isolated herself from a number of her fans who have boycotted her line in protest of it, the announcement of the Fetish line has proved Von D still has a pretty dedicated fanbase. “Hang on a sec while I wipe the drool off my face…when oh when does this drop?!” wrote one fan who goes by the handle @lolatova on Instagram in response to the palette reveals.

One other follower, @ jenna_sweetpea@summers wrote “wishh ???????? oo finally some new kat von d palettes.”

Von D’s latest collection, Fetish, will be available in Sephora stores and online at katvondbeauty.com this week on September 27.


Read: Kat Von D’s Recent Announcement About Her Pregnancy Is Sparking Debate About Vaccinations All Over Again

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People Are Accusing Kat Von D Beauty of Scamming Customers With Their Famous Tattoo Liners

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People Are Accusing Kat Von D Beauty of Scamming Customers With Their Famous Tattoo Liners

Yes, we know. Makeup maven Kat Von D has been long been on the outs with fans who once adored her. In addition to the slew of offenses stacked up against her, Von D’s recent declaration that she would not be vaccinating her son after his birth certainly has not done her any favors.

Now, the tattoo artists’ latest controversy means she’s enduring another fall from her fans’ graces.

Beauty enthusiasts are currently accusing Von D of scamming them out of their money with the Trooper Tattoo Liner

Cheyenne Vaughan / Facebook

At the end of last month, Facebook user Cheyenne Vaughan accused Von D’s makeup brand of “putting a sample-size eyeliner into a longer-shell tube,” and then selling it to customers for “triple the price.”

Vaughan shared a photo of the eyeliner in her post that showed the dismantled product in three pieces. One was a long tube, the other a cartridge that holds the actual product, and the last piece: a cap.

“Yall I’m about to lose my mind right now,” Vaughan wrote in the post. “Kat von D really been putting a sample size eyeliner into a longer shell tube and selling to my dumb ass for triple the price. I’M ABOUT TO LOSE MY MIND RIGHT NOW.”

Facebook users who saw the post were quick to respond to Vaughan.

“That’s what you get for supporting an anti-vaxer,” wrote on user.

Others came to Von D’s defense, asking Vaughan to support her claims with actual facts.

“Did you actually make sure this is factual, by weighing the amount of liquid in each one? I didn’t think so. Wtf is wrong with people??”

And of course, many didn’t waste time in bringing up the fact that Von D is anti-vaccinations.

“Y’all need to stop supporting the anti-Vaxer,” one wrote.

“That’s what you get for supporting an anti-vaxer,” replied another.

Six thousand shares of the post later, and Von D responded with her defense.

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In a post to her Instagram account, Von D asserted that she wasn’t cheating customers. In fact, according to her, while the cartridge is the same size for every liner, the amount of ink inside of it differs depending on the liner size.

“The cartridges in both full size liners and mini liners are the same — it’s the amount of product inside each cartridge that is different. So, for example, the product fill on our full size Tattoo Liner is 0.55 ml, while the product fill for the mini is 0.2 ml – thats over DOUBLE the amount of product! Any brand who has an eyeliner with similar component on the market will tell you the same thing. You need that much cartridge space for the pigment to flow out,” she wrote.

See for yourself in the comments section of Von D’s post on whether or commenters are satisfied. Hint: people remain stanning their anti-Vanti-ant-vaxx position.


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Selena Quintanilla’s Family Is Creating A Makeup Line In Celebration Of The Tejana Queen

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Selena Quintanilla’s Family Is Creating A Makeup Line In Celebration Of The Tejana Queen

This just in: the late Selena Quintanilla is getting her very own makeup line. I know what you’re thinking: hasn’t this been done before? But no, actually, it hasn’t. While big brands have had Selena-inspired collections, this will be the first full line, and it’s coming straight from the Quintanilla family.

According to The Blast, the queen of Tejano music’s family is launching “Selena Vive,” a full cosmetics line that will include lipsticks, eye makeup, foundations, nail polish, perfume and accessories.

The late singer’s dad, Abraham Quintanilla, is also preparing to trademark the name “Selenaville,” what fans have nicknamed the museum dedicated to the star in Corpus, Christi, Texas, for a possible other cosmetics line.

While a release date hasn’t been set yet for either line, fans are already celebrating.

In 2016, MAC released its Selena collection, which sold out promptly. A year later, Forever 21 similarly starting selling Selena merch.

News of the late singer’s official line comes after Netflix announced they would be working with the Quintanilla family to produce a series on Selena’s life.

Read: This Video Of The Texas Longhorn’s Playing Tribute To Selena Quintanilla Is So Sweet And Beautiful It Hurts

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