How to Contour Your Face With $700 Heels and Other Beauty Trends You Didn’t Need This Week

Kim Kardashian spills the tea on how to dye your clothes with tea bags.

Is this what they mean when they say “bang for the buck?”

For reasons that haven’t yet been made clear, people are using Christian Louboutin heels as guidelines for contouring their faces. Yes, beloveds. Shoe-lovers who can afford to spend on a single pair of heels what some pay in rent are not putting said heels on their feet, but holding them up to their faces only to get them covered in foundation and powder. Below, an instance of ~stiletto contouring~.

Why one would be compelled to do this is beyond me. If I had a pair of Louboutins, I’d Beauty and the Beast those puppies and put them in a case like the enchanted rose. And as you’re about to learn, Kim Kardashian has declared contouring dead so this was pretty much all for nothing, anyway.

  • Does your hair have a split personality? Does your hair want to have a split personality? A new trend called “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde hair” wants you to think that dyeing only half of your hair a totally insane-looking color (or bunch of colors) is a good idea. [Refinery 29]
  • Your vagina isn’t the only body part getting the oil treatment. Beauty brands are saying “f—k you” to powder and making blush in gel and oil form in an effort to help you better achieve ~dewy~ skin. [Fashionista]
  • Shortly after declaring that contouring (the beauty trend she helped start) had finally died its death, tea enthusiast Kim Kardashian decided to dye a dress with tea bags and wear her creation out in public.
  • The latest lipstick trend, the “smudge look,” wants you to think that looking like you dance floor made out with someone at 2 a.m. is hot. (It’s not.) [Into the Gloss]

  • Forest bathing is a thing and it’s not what you think it is. Unless you think it’s “a guided, meditative walk through wooded areas that promotes health and wellness by integrating the outdoor world with the practice of present-moment minded hiking by engaging all the senses.” Because that, friends, is exactly what forest bathing is. [Harper’s Bazaar]
  • We asked couples to try on Kylie Jenner’s lip glosses and what happened was priceless. Find out in the clip below.

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