Shane Dawson released 36 minutes' worth of deleted footage from his latest docuseries in a video called "The End of the Beauty World" on Tuesday. Approximately 29 minutes into the video, Dawson shows himself looking at lipsticks created by Jaclyn Hill's namesake brand, Jaclyn Cosmetics. He's later seen telling Jeffree Star that every lipstick he received from the brand was "hairy." Hill faced major backlash in June 2019 after people accused the YouTuber of selling lipstick that they said was damaged and caused reactions on the skin. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
Shane Dawson says he previously received damaged lipstick from Jaclyn Hill's namesake beauty brand. In a YouTube video uploaded on Tuesday, Dawson shared 36 minutes' worth of deleted footage from his latest docuseries with Jeffree Star. The various clips seen in the video were filmed throughout 2019 as the YouTubers created a collaboration makeup line together. One of those clips shows Dawson and Star's previous reactions to Hill's lipstick scandal, which rocked the beauty community in June 2019.
Shane Dawson said every lipstick he received from Jaclyn Hill's brand was covered in hair-like substances As Dawson stands over a press package from Jaclyn Cosmetics, Hill's namesake brand, Star can be heard talking about the company in the background. "Until you really know what's going on over there, you better — I'm gonna refuse to talk or review about Jaclyn's lipsticks on my channel until she figures out what's happening but then Shane forces me to," Star said.
Dawson then swatches a lipstick, and says he can feel "little black dots" in the product. The video eventually cuts to a scene showing Dawson chatting with Star over FaceTime. "Those lipsticks — hairy the house," Star says to Dawson over the phone.
"That's so crazy," Dawson replied. "So what actually happened? Because my PR box — they're all hairy, like to a point where it looks like I rubbed it on my dog." He then included a disclaimer to say that Hill has since "addressed the issue" and "had a very successful launch" of highlighters.
Dawson continued the video by sharing more footage of Star talking about the lipstick line. "I'm on year five of making makeup," Star said over FaceTime. "I have never seen labs wear white furry gloves. On a real level, as a business owner, I can't f------ fathom what is going on." Jaclyn Hill faced major backlash in June 2019 after people began receiving damaged lipsticks from her brand After Hill launched her namesake brand in May 2019, many people said the brand's lipsticks arrived broken and caused swelling on the lips. Hill eventually released documents to prove that her lipsticks were safe, and also refunded every customer. She's since launched a successful line of highlighters, which have been praised by many including Insider. Representatives for Jeffree Star, Shane Dawson, and Jaclyn Hill did not immediately reply to Insider's request for comment.
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