Another teaser from the Hailey Bieber skincare line has hit the ‘gram’
Fans and beauty industry insiders have been eagerly awaiting the launch of Hailey Bieber’s beauty line, Rhode Beauty, for some time. The brand has been a hot topic of discussion since February, when the model registered the “Rhode” brand for beauty and wellness products. But now there’s an update worth talking about – and it just might be the pick-me-up you needed on this slow-mo Tuesday. The world wondered what kind of products the Arizona native was working on (makeup? Skin care? Hair products?), But today the brand apparently confirmed speculations that the skincare line of Hailey Bieber’s skin is almost here.
The proof? A little tour of the brand Instagram pages (which has already gathered almost 40,000 subscribers although he hasn’t posted anything yet) where “Rhode skincare” is in the bio. Better yet, makeup artist Chanel Nina Park shared a photo of up close to the model’s flawless complexion on Instagram, marking Rhode’s beauty in the photo. Whether intentionally or not, she placed the tag right above Bieber’s shiny cheek – and the internet has noticed. While she hasn’t tagged a makeup brand, it’s likely the beauty pro perfected Bieber’s no-makeup glamor using Chanel Beauty products (Park is a brand ambassador).
Unsurprisingly, fans lose it in the comments section of Park’s post. “RHODE IS FINALLY ARRIVING,” wrote one person. Another said: “I think we will have RHODE soon.” Hundreds – if not thousands – of other comments say something along the same lines, proving that people are ready for the model to give up, stat.
Although Bieber did not give an exact date for Rhode’s launch, she did at revealed that fans can expect it this year (hopefully sooner rather than later). “Rhode has been in the works for a very long time, and it’s getting so close,” she told viewers in a YouTube video in November. “It’s coming in 2022, and I’m very excited. That’s all I can say for now.”
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