A Makeup Enthusiast Made Her Highlighter Look Like Pizza and More Beauty News We Didn’t Need This Week

Vogue redid Desiigner's "Panda" with an *haute couture* twist.

Fast food is taking over the beauty industry.

Shortly after this man preached the beauty of fast food face contouring, a makeup enthusiast, who goes by the name Gina, made headlines by revamping her highlighter with a food-inspired twist.

After discovering her boring pressed highlighter had broken, Gina, who likely had food on the brain, turned the highlighter into pepperoni pizza using “loose shimmer eye shadows and rubbing alcohol.” Below, Gina’s genius creation.

Gina revealed in a separate post that she will be selling her pizza highlighters and is currently working on her website. Embrace it, people. It’s really happening.

  • A new detox treatment called the Purium Cleanse is made up of “shakes, supplements and an apothe-cherry juice,” which sounds like some kind of organic witch potion straight out of Williamsburg. Someone at Harpers Bazaar tried it out and literally described lunch as “a small avocado with cayenne pepper and sea salt, and more pills.” BRB, ordering a pizza from Seamless as I type this.
  • Some luxury grocery stores are now offering yoga because apparently, people have non-food-related purposes for going to the grocery store.[Gawker]
  • Kylie Jenner announced a new lip color, Majesty, and isn’t wearing a bra until you buy it.
  • As eyelash obsession continues to reach new heights, people are getting their eyelashes permed. An eyelash perm treatment takes about 35 minutes, costs around $150 to $200 and can last up to eight weeks, according to Marie Claire. That’s up to $1300 a year just on eyelashes. In other news, people are rich in 2016.
  • Vogue inexplicably redid Desiigner’s “Panda” video, shooting it with Desiigner and Romanian model Andreea Diaconu. In the vid, Diaconus trots about Manhattan while modeling off swimwear, all set to the (maybe) song of the summer.
  • 1/2 Cartoon, 1/2 Beyhive.