'Tik Tok' singer Kesha has pushed back the launch of new beauty line 'Kesha Rose Beauty' but promises fans it will come soon.
Kesha has pushed back the launch of her new beauty line.
The 32-year-old singer-songwriter was set to launch her own makeup collection 'Kesha Rose Beauty' on Tuesday (03.12.19), but now she hopes the release is coming later next week.
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday (27.11.19), Kesha wrote: ''Animals!! I love u and I'm so so sorry buuuut looks like We have to push the date of the #kesharosebeauty launch BUT We're still rushing to get the collection in your hands **next week** tho!!!
''We'll announce our exact new launch date on Monday but we promise it's coming AS SOON AS HUMANLY POSSIBLE!!!!!! Love u !!! (sic)''
The range features a 12-shade FTW eyeshadow palette ($36), a dual-ended liquid eyeliner titled Whatever Wherever Wands ($28), and a lipstick and gloss combo ($26).
A Collector's Box can be purchased for $120, which includes a note from Kesha whilst the I Want It All Collection is $90 and you receive all the products in one go.
The 'Tik Tok' hitmaker created her beauty line to allow people to show their ''authentic insides''.
She previously said: ''My relationship to make up is not purely to make me feel perfect or beautiful or filtered. It's more to make me feel like my authentic insides are being shown on the outside. Sometimes with beauty, it feels like the goal is perfection. With my line, that's not the goal. My goal is happiness.''
And Kesha said sees herself as an ''aura in a skin suit'' which she likes to ''decorate'', as she believes beauty is ''all about what's inside your soul''.
In a promotional video for her new line, she explained: ''I think beauty is all about what's inside your soul. I'm just an aura in a skin suit, but I do like to decorate it. That's what this make up is about. Perfect is not real, and normal is boring. I just want you to play and have fun.''
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