9 Beauty Brands By Male Celebrities To Know

While there is no shortage of female celebrities who have launched their own cosmetic companies, guys are now also making their way into the market. There are many male stars who are foraying into the realm of beauty, boosting male confidence in a new way, and we’re embracing it. These products range from nail polishes to face washes and product made expressly for bald men and their scalp health.

Another category of well-known men that cross the borders between genders by launching their own nail polish collections is rappers. Let’s celebrate genderless artistic expression! Discover the greatest male celebrity beauty brands to keep an eye out for.

1. Harry Styles’s pleasing

The consistently androgynous and endearing Style has officially launched his brand, Pleasing, making him one of the few male celebrities to enter the cosmetics sector in 2021. You can purchase Styles’ lip, eye, and nail items as well as a facial serum if you wear makeup or skincare. Harry is pleased about the beauty sector being a pioneer in sustainability and like the aspect of beauty that is about unveiling while also appreciating a side of makeup where people can play a character.

2. Machine Gun Kelly’s UN/DN LAQR

Un/DN LAQR, the genderless nail polish line recently created by Megan Fox’s tattooed rapper bae. More males than ever before have been seen wearing nail paint recently as a form of self-expression. Ten shades and half as many top coats make up the freshly released MGK collection, which has something for everyone in terms of vibrant shades, pastels, and neutral tones. In a statement, the musician said: “When I paint my nails, I’m wearing my own ideas and making a statement. For me, polish is more than just a color; it has a purpose.

3. Pharrell Williams’ “Hurace”

We are eagerly awaiting this man’s disclosure of all his skincare secrets because it is clear that he has discovered the elixir of youth. Fortunately, he combined his knowledge with that of his longtime dermatologist to create sustainable skincare and body care products with his Humanrace skincare business. In order to ensure that skin receives the water it needs, he also provides a three-step program supported by clinical procedures.

4. Crete by Lil Yachty

Rappers are now wearing nail paint, and we’re not at all upset about it. Like MGK, Lil’ Yachty joined the trend with Crete, a cutting-edge polish brand that has a one-of-a-kind pen-like nail polish bottle complete with a retractable brush, making manicures and pedicures for both novices and experts as simple as can be.

5. Karamo Brown’s MANTL

The popular “Queer Eye” self-care specialist has introduced MANTL, his range of products for males. It is designed exclusively for balding or thin-haired guys, encouraging them to embrace their physical features with self-assurance. Although you wouldn’t know it, Brown has thin hair, and after shaving his head in 2018, he stopped addressing it with such shame. Bald men will adore this personal care company’s moisturizers, no-shine sheets, and scalp cleaners.

6. Alex Rodriguez’s Blur Stick for Hims

After splitting with J.Lo, A-Rod has really changed for the better. The Blur Stick, a moisturizing concealer he developed exclusively for guys, was released by this former professional baseball player in response to increasing male celebrities talking about using makeup to level out skin tone and cover dark circles. We believe it’s admirable that the ex-athlete is here to normalize cosmetics for males.

7. Ryan Seacrest polish

It’s no secret that Ryan Seacrest has great skin; he looks exactly the same as he did twenty years ago. Because of this, he and celebrity dermatologist Dr. Lancer founded the Polished skincare line. Together, their invaluable skill is restoring men’s youth. The line includes everything from micro-scrubs to shave creams, with a focus on cleansing and nurturing.

8. DJ Khaled’s Blesswell

These men’s grooming items now include CBD, a popular health trend. Men can look their best because to this wonder anti-inflammatory substance, and the chic package isn’t too shabby either. The rapper introduced six spa-like skincare products for men in collaboration with Endexx Corporation, including a body wash, moisturizer with chamomile extract, and cleansing scrub.

9. The David Beckham song House 99

David Beckham supports House 99, a grooming and skin care company that takes a wholistic approach. The brand is all about traditional British barbershop culture, as well as inventive tattoo designs and other aspects of personal care that appeal to guys. Beckham has consistently presented a fresh perspective on what it means to look modernly masculine. There is much to be enthused about at House 99, from trendy products to hydrate beards and make them less unruly to facial moisturizers that are fortified with quinoa and spirulina.


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