Shane Dawson and Jeffree Star reveal shade names from their 'Conspiracy' collection
5 October 2019, 18:26 | Updated: 5 October 2019, 20:27
In episode 1, fans saw caught a glimpse of the Shane Dawson pig mirror. Now viewers get to find out how the upcoming 'Conspiracy' eyeshadow and lipstick shades were named.
Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson have offered fans a sneak peek into the naming process for the shades in their upcoming 'Conspiracy' makeup collection. In the latest episode of Shane's documentary series, The Beautiful World of Jeffree Star, the two get real about money in the world of influencer beauty brand deals and also pick out shade names for their 'Conspiracy' collection collab.
As it turns out, choosing the shade names for the 'Conspiracy' palette and lipstick collection wasn't quite as painstaking as one might imagine.
In episode 2 "The Secrets of The Beauty World", we witness Shane and Jeffree brainstorming shade name ideas. The concepts for Shane's palette and lipsticks all come from Shane's life experiences and the hilarious catchphrases he's been known to use.
While looking through a Pantone swatch book with Jeffree, Shane suggests concepts like "a black shade that's called 'My Uber's Here'." Other Eyeshadow shade ideas include "My Pills" and "Jeffree What the Fuck".
As for lipsticks "Shane", "Ryland", "Are You Filming", "Oh My God", and "I Gotta Go" are all mentioned.
Though it's unclear if these are the names that have made the final 'Conspiracy' cut, fans are already obsessed with the "iconic" shades.
Lipstick names #Revealed 🚨🐷💗⭐️ #jeffreestarcosmetics @jeffreestar X @shanedawson #JeffreeXShane— Trendmood (@Trendmood) October 5, 2019
Collaboration!!! 🙌🏼💸 Will include 6 #VelourLiquidLipstick shades
3. Are you filming
4. OOh My God
5. I Gotta Go
6. Jeffree, What the F***! #ComingSoon pic.twitter.com/t8v0v8m4Zl
I’m so proud of you 😭❤️ I cried to hard when you were thinking of shade names. So many memories. Thank you for everything you do— Have no fear, spooky season is here 🧡 (@ZackarysMama118) October 5, 2019