Bethenny Frankel thinks about Jennifer Lopez’s brand
Bethenny Frankel is back to reviewing celebrity products, and Jennifer Lopez is in the spotlight.
A former member of The Real Housewives of New York City series, the 52-year-old is no stranger to being outspoken. The entertainer has repeatedly rocked the internet with unfiltered feedback about other stars, especially their business ventures.
In the latest evaluation session, the Skinny Girl founder dived into the “On the Floor” singer’s skincare line, JLo Beauty, to evaluate some of the brand’s top products.
Bethenny Frankel Claims Jennifer Lopez Is ‘Deathly’ Going Big League With Her Skincare Line
As TikTok crazes, video-sharing platforms are used for sharing Her thoughts on two of Lopez’s skincare products, Glow Serum and Under Eye Cream. Starting with her serum, which she got for $67.15, the media personality told stories about the product.
The product became popular after makeup artist Scott Burns allegedly called the serum Jergens, according to The New Yorker. After applying the product to her face, Frankel seemed impressed with the product, calling it “a very nice and simple serum.”
The author of “Naturally Sin” claimed that the two were not on good terms, with a little backstory about their relationship with a Latin goddess. “I know J.Lo. I met J.Lo. bottom.
“I’m going to be honest about how I feel about their skin care,” the mother of one added before trying the under eye cream. The brunette, who claims to be an “expert” with this type of product, advised viewers to keep the product’s seal to keep the lotion fresh.
The star of “Bethenny Ever After” also reviewed Fresh Take Under Eye Cream positively. However, she noted that the $40.80 product is expensive. “She’s a rich bitch, and the cream under her eyes is a rich bitch, too.” The 52-year-old observed before analyzing the growing number of celebrities in the beauty and skincare industry.
Frankel said the “explosion” of big-name brands in the industry was “crazy” and “explosive.” The entertainer said his eponymous lines don’t “pop” like ventures with another name.
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Giving some examples to prove her point, the New Yorker said: “Think about it, Hailey Bieber-Lord, Selena Gomez-Leah, Rihanna-Fenty. But this is J.Lo. We have items, but they don’t pop like other celebrity brands.”
The BStrong Disaster Relief Founder praised Lopez’s skincare packaging, calling it “really pretty,” “beautiful,” “perfect for your dressing table,” and “attractive.” Despite their superior quality, many brands such as J.Lo Beauty and Rare Beauty are “very understated” and “subtle,” said the TV personality.
A former housewife quipped while comparing packaging trends for other products. She said, “I spent money on packaging, but what’s in the actual product?”
Frankel ended the review with a question for fans, asking whether celebrities should be allowed into the beauty industry, rather than makeup artists and estheticians. “They’re movie actors. They’re singers, so they’re experts in the skincare field. It’s just a conversation.”
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This isn’t the first time a reality star has made headlines with her thoughts on the “Hustlers” actress. A year before Mr. Frankel reviewed Lopez’s skincare products, the NYU graduate Mr. Frankel spoke out about Ben Affleck’s marriage to the Grammy nominee.
The TV personality voiced her concerns about the Hollywood frenzy during an episode of the podcast Just B with Bethenny Frankel.
The 52-year-old claimed the “Gone Girl” star’s previous struggles with alcoholism have been difficult for him and his partner. “I call it Activation. Most of my life I’ve been surrounded by addicts. Stress isn’t very good for addicts,” the mother of one explains. bottom.
Frankel said he was concerned about Affleck as a private person. The entertainer’s high-profile marriage to Lopez could cause stress, according to the “Skinny Dipping” author, given the media focus on the two’s romance.
“He’s running on Dunkin'” [Donuts]And he’ll smoke, and he’s living the life of Boston,” the reality TV star continued. “So now he’s with this super celebrity, and it’s so hard.”