Beauty Brands By Drag Queens You HAVE to Try!
It's time to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community for Pride Month by educating yourself on the history and supporting these drag queen beauty brands.
Whether you’re an ally or part of the LGBTQIA+ community, what better way to show your support during Pride Month than purchasing fabulous makeup from drag queen beauty brands?
Why not make a difference in this way by shining a light to the community that often trail blazes the beauty world to begin with.
Learn about each queen and shop their lines just in time for Pride Month.
Barbie lover and the original “Skinny Legend”, Trixie Mattel, is the first makeup brand I want to highlight, and I’m not talking about the makeup product. Trixie first came to the scene after completing and sashaying away on season 7 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, where she eventually came back to win All Stars: Season 3. Since then, Trixie has launched her own cosmetics line inspired by Barbie herself. From bright pink lip shades, neon blush powders, sparkling glitter, and vibrant eyeshadow palettes, you don’t want to miss out on these bold beauty products!
Kim Chi Chic Beauty
Fan favorite, Kim Chi, stole our hearts on season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race! Her whole drag persona is inspired by their South Korean roots and anime characters. KimChi Chic Beauty consists of concealer, setting powder, setting spray, eyeshadow, palettes, lip gloss, as well as merchandise.
Suck Less Face & Body by Willam
Willam Belli, known just as Willam, competed in season 4 of RuPaul Drag Race, and is probably my favorite drag queen of all time–known for being controversial by expressing disdain of the franchise as well as their many acting gigs. I mean, who can forget the fact that he, alongside Shangela, acted in A Star Is Born! When he isn’t gracing our TV screens, he's producing glitter gel and bold false lashes that are to die for.
Miss Fame Beauty
Model, recording artist, and makeup artist, Miss Fame is a drag queen that can do it all, including launching a makeup line! Fun fact: Miss Fame was the first drag artist to ever walk the red carpet of Cannes Film Festival in 2016. Since Miss Fame was a professional makeup artist, you can expect the highest quality from their line. From creamy lipsticks to pigmented eyeshadow pallets, definitely give it a try!
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