What is happening to the world?
I was browsing youtube for beauty videos, a thing have been doing since cave time.
Then I saw Glamlifeguru (who I’ve been watching for years) new video popped up in my subscription list.
She was doing a video sharing her experience with some of her higher end purchases.
And at one point of the video, Tati stated her opinion that people with chipped nail polish “seem like you don’t have it together”.
And people went BAD SHIT CRAZY on her, saying what she said was harsh and rude and shallow.
She did say “personally” and “overly chipped”.
And mind you, those people calling her out for being “rude and shallow” wrote comments in paragraphs (letter form, essay forms, news header, etc.)
And let’s be rational, real and honest here.
CHIPPED NAIL POLISH LOOK IS NOT CUTE.
For saying you don’t have hours and hours to fix your nails, just remove it and get a better nail vanish!
(Yet, they wrote an ass long essay shaming her. You would have had 2 coats on both hands right now, to be honest.)
Isn’t removing the polish the quickest part of the manicure?
You have babies? Acetone takes it off real fast and washing your hands before feeding doesn’t take that long (why did you have your nails painted when you’re taking care of babies? Isn’t nail polish inedible and inconvenient?
You have 3 jobs? How did you have time to have your nails painted in the first place?
Let’s gather your thoughts and rethink your own contradiction…
People said she was mean and unkind, to “judge” other people with chipped nail polish (which could be removed in a few minutes).
Well, those people judged her because she was voicing what she’s thinking. And I personally think that the way she put it was really genuine and classy.
And the youtube dramas have been so shallow and stupid lately
That Gerard Cosmetics drama!
In which a youtuber (who I used to like and subbed to) and his friend (the brand founder) called a “smaller” youtube “ugly” as she was review the products from the brand, in which she (the “smaller” youtuber) wasn’t impress. The “big youtuber” said that the “small youtuber” were bullying his friend’s brand by putting negativity into the brand.
It’s a review video, goddamnit! Really queen?
Though, the “big” youtuber has (or had?) issue an apology publicly that he was sorry that he recorded and post his remark, but stranded for the content of the post (I’m paragraphing, it went like this: “I’m sorry for recording and posting it, but I’m not sorry for what I’ve said”).
Then it went to another famous youtuber who called the brand’s friend (aka “big” youtuber) a bully, and the “big” youtuber fired back, saying the famous youtuber is a liar. And then another famous youtuber (who has launched a very successful eyeshadow line), who is “friends” with the “big” youtuber that the “famous” youtuber’s action, as calling the wrongs that the “big” youtuber has done publicly is not good (yet, she, the “another famous” youtuber, was calling the “famous” youtuber out very publicly).
Tati’s case; I’m team Tati with this drama
“People calling Tati rude and shallow” = there’s a whole bunch of “kind and positive” people down the section. The irony.
Gerard Cosmetics; I side-eyed and said “really queen?” a lot with this drama
“The “big” youtuber” = MannyMUA.
“The “smaller” youtuber” = Karina Kaboom (I’m on her side this time).
“The “famous” youtuber” = Carli Bybel (I don’t understand why Carli got called out when she called out wrong doings).
“The “another famous” youtuber” = MakeUpGeek aka Marlena (the irony in those comments. I used to sub her channel).
Saying fuck, shit, ass, etc. in every clause does not make you sound or seem rebellious or unapologetic.
I’m all about cursing and swearing but there are things as respect, boundaries, limits and professionalism.
Internet is really eye-opening and evolutionary.
Well, I hope it can evolve this planet by sweeping idiocy and stupidity down the wormhole.
See what I did three inches above?
THAT IS HOW TO BE UNAPOLOGETIC!
*rolls eyes so hard it sticks*