Kesha pushes back launch of beauty brand


Kesha has delayed the launch of her Kesha Rose Beauty line.

Earlier this month, the Tik Tok hitmaker announced she was gearing up to unveil the collection, with the line to feature a 12-shade eyeshadow palette, liquid eyeliner, lipstick, and lip gloss.

The products are all vegan-friendly and cruelty-free, with some taking their names from Kesha songs, such as the Raising Hell Red lip colour.

It had been slated to drop 3 December, but in a Twitter post on Wednesday, the singer regretfully informed fans the date was being pushed back, insisting the range would be available "as soon as humanly possible".

"Animals!! I love u and I'm so so sorry buuuut looks like We have to push the date of the #kesharosebeauty launch," she penned. "BUT We're still rushing to get the collection in your hands **next week** tho (sic)!!!"

Kesha added: "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 32-year-old, who is slated to release her fourth album High Road in January, wants customers to experiment with her cosmetics and use them to express their true selves rather than try to achieve a perfect look.

"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," the star told WWD. "Sometimes with beauty, it feels like the goal is perfection. With my line, that's not the goal. My goal is happiness."

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