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themakeupbrush · 10 minutes ago
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Mathilde Brandi for Harper’s Bazaar Turkey

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themakeupbrush · 27 minutes ago
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Mathilde Brandi for Harper’s Bazaar Turkey

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Mathilde Brandi for Harper’s Bazaar Turkey

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themakeupbrush · 44 minutes ago
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themakeupbrush · 54 minutes ago
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themakeupbrush · a day ago
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Julia Van Os for Porter Magazine

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themakeupbrush · a day ago
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Doutzen has been problematic (and weird in general) for a while now, though, so I’m not surprised about her. Josephine and Jasmine and Sara surprise me a little, but I’m not shocked. I’m sure people would argue "But they’re social distancing and/or wearing their masks!", and that is good. If they obey the COVID-19 protocols in that stare or country, then ecen better. However, the problem for me is the fact that most celebrities act like they’re immune to the pandemic. Some of them have been acting like that in late 2020 as well, and it really annoys me. That, to me, just screams FUCK YOU! to us not famous people (especially the ones out of work and struggling to help their families or just themselves if they live alone) and most definitely the healthcare workers. If a fashion model, for instance, is traveling for work, then that is understandable. I don’t understand why that is even acceptable. But, if a celebrity is traveling for personal leisure to another state or Europe, then that is just plain arrogant and incredibly insensitive. Most of them don’t even at least wear a mask! The staged paparazzi photos of a celebrity not wearing a mask while being around other people who are also not wear one are the absolute best worst. Are you seriously trying to draw attention to your fake romantic relationship during the pandemic? Are you really that desperate for clout? That is absolutely pathetic, and embarrassing. Look - if a celebrity has to run errands then that’s fine (us not famous people do too), but there is literally zero need to purposely get the paparazzi involved. I could go on, but I’ll end my rant here. 😅

Yeah, Doutzen’s posts were always weird, but in the past year or two they’ve gotten to the point where they aren’t just weird, they’re causing harm. The notable instance with Josephine, Jasmine, and Sara was that they all had a NYE party on a yacht with no social distancing or masks, then got upset about the backlash. No one forced you to post it? They could have had the party and just never publicized it and no one would have known (not saying the party is a good thing at all, but still)

I think part of the problem with celebrities, and models in particular, is that they don’t know where work ends and leisure begins. If a hotel pays for their vacation in exchange for a few tagged posts, is that work or vacation? If they get work by having a large following on social media, they could claim luxury vacations and pap walks are necessary for work. I think those excuses are BS, but that’s how they are operating. 

Then there’s the whole, “if it’s open it must be safe” problem. I have so many close friends who take the attitude that if something was a real health risk, it would be closed, therefore if it’s open, it must be safe. But that’s just not true. I just had a neighbor come back from a 3 week trip where she went to 3 different states, and stayed with different people in each state. She claimed it was safe because they wore masks and followed guidelines, but there’s a big difference between following the rules, and making smart decisions. Just because travel restrictions set in at midnight, it doesn’t mean it’s safe to travel at 11:59 PM but not 60 seconds later. Many people are just seeing what is allowed, and not actually thinking about the ramifications of what they are doing

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themakeupbrush · a day ago
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Julia Van Os for Porter Magazine

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themakeupbrush · 2 days ago
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Grace Bol for WSJ Magazine

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Grace Bol for WSJ Magazine

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Grace Bol for WSJ Magazine

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themakeupbrush · 3 days ago
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themakeupbrush · 3 days ago
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