Okay, I’m starting to think the real “bad place” is being on the receiving end of Jameela Jamil’s roast-y tweets. And who knows better than miss Kim Kardashian!? The Good Place actor is known for her passionate advocacy, body positivity, and coming for anyone who tries to make women feel less than, which she often accuses the Kardashians of doing when they promote those “detox teas.” Today, Jameela switched it up a bit and instead of attacking those teas, she went in on Kim’s new body foundation line and suggested it would just make people feel like they can’t embrace their skin.
When Jameela saw a video of someone swiping the foundation onto their arms, legs, and chest for some unknown reason, she was basically like, “Hard pass.” She added that not only does she think it’s impractical, she also thinks it’s a waste of money. Here’s her tweet, in full:
A lot of people agreed with Jameela’s stance, but some also came to Kim’s defense and said that if the makeup makes people feel better about themselves, then what’s the issue? And to be fair, Kim shared that while she has learned to not be insecure about her psoriasis, she does still use the foundation to cover it sometimes. Also, body makeup isn’t necessarily just to hide things you’re insecure about. It could also be useful for people in the modeling and creative fields who need it on set.
Hard pass. God damn the work to take it all off before bed so it doesn’t destroy your sheets… I’d rather just make peace with my million stretch marks and eczema. Taking off my mascara is enough of a pain in the arse. Save money and time and give yourself a damn break. ❤️ https://t.co/gGrbiZfH2K
One thing’s for sure: It’s a good thing we all have free will and get to decide whether or not we want to spend $45 on some body makeup and take the time to apply and remove it!
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