James Charles is being sued, Cara Delevingne is auctioning off a NFT of her vagina, and other beauty news – Buro 24/7 Singapore

1. James Charles is being taken to court by a former employee.

Ah, the plot thickens. Said employee is Kelly Rocklein, who was hired as Charles' Creative Director in 2018. According to reports, Rocklein is suing for wrongful termination as well as unpaid overtime pay where she was fired after acquiring a concussion from passing out at a nail salon. Rocklein got the axe after Charles found out that she was required to take a week off work. She has also expressed her displeasure at being paid USD$6,000 a month despite an immense workload with no overtime or benefits.

Charles has, naturally, addressed the matter via Twitter. Not only has he denied all allegations, he also claims that all his employees are "very, very well taken care of." Apparently, this is all a ruse by Rocklein to obtain a higher settlement. We suppose the truth will come to light eventually, so we'll just have to wait and see in the meantime.

All proceeds will go to the Cara Delevingne Foundation, which lends their support to women's rights; LGBTQI+ communities; mental health; and environmental causes. The model and actress broke the news via Instagram in an ASMR-style video whereupon she declared that her first word was "mine." She then goes on to add: "To me that means something that is most mine my vagina." Interested parties can place their bids on the official site from now to 20 May.

Eilish dropped the bombshell during an interview with Ellen DeGeneres. "I've been wanting it blonde for a while and then I saw a fan edit when I had green hair," she revealed. "It was me with whatever hair colour I had, and they just edited blonde hair on me and I was like, 'Ah, it's so sick, I want it!'" She also revealed that the full transformation had taken six weeks to complete, whereupon she had been terrified throughout that it would burn off. Whoever aforementioned fan is, we hope they're patting themselves on the back for this feat.

It will comprise two eyeshadow palettes; two eyeliners; a liquid highlighter; a makeup brush; as well as a translucent powder. Pre-orders will begin 21 May, with the full range dropping 27 May. According to UD co-founder, Wende Zomnir, the shade names are a tribute to Prince hits in the vein of When Doves Cry and Let's Go Crazy. "It's easy to say why this collection makes sense on the surface his makeup looks and our shared love of purple - but we did our best to embody his energy on a deeper level," she wrote in a press statement. "We found his ethos of not asking permission to be who he was and owning it so boldly aligned with our values of breaking the mold and championing all forms of beauty."

As in, literally. Photos on her Instagram show the beauty mogul with a tattoo gun inking "I love you" onto her S.O.'s skin. A woman of many talents, indeed. Will we be expecting a reality TV spin-off in the future, la Miami Ink? Fingers crossed.

You might recognise A24 as the production house behind lauded-about hits such as Euphoria and Minari. Well, as it turns out, they're aiming to bring their talents into the makeup space as well with a dedicated line dubbed Rules Beauty. No word yet as to its lineup, but fans are speculating that its brand name is a play on the main characters of Euphoria: Rue and Jules. Watch this space for more updates.

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