Bethenny Frankel: beauty influencer! The former RHONY star, 51, offers makeup and skincare advice
Reality TV star Bethenny Frankel has added a beauty influencer to her list of roles as she takes on Gen Z influencers TikTok with her makeup and skincare reviews.
The 51-year-old is already the definition of success – she’s the CEO and founder of Skinnygirl, a former Real Housewife, author, investor, philanthropist and mother of one to daughter Brynn Hoppy, 12, and she can now add her new TikTok beauty influencer role to her resume.
The former Real Housewives of New York star took to her social media to speak candidly about the beauty products she uses, ranging from her famous series of drugstore must-haves to her “immediately no” high-end beauty purchases, she said. gave more than 800,000 subscribers all the gossip about products that are all the rage.
Reality star Bethenny Frankel, 51, has added a beauty influencer to her list of roles as she takes over Gen Z TikTok influencers with her makeup and skincare reviews
The former reality TV star is sharing direct reviews of products she describes as “immediately no” and her “must have” products to her more than 800,000 followers.
The video-based social media platform is a one-stop-shop for people interested in discovering new music, dance moves, fashion trends and thanks to Bethenny users now have a dermatologist and makeup artist on hand. speed dial.
Bethenny posts everything from “Best Products [she’s] never tried” to products that she describes as “not up to standard.
From everyday skincare to beauty hacks, Bethenny has TikTok’s beauty world under her manicured thumbs.
The real estate star turned TikTok influencer offers comparisons and reviews of luxury skincare, drugstores and makeup.
And with her brutally honest reviews, people of all ages are turning to her for advice on which products they should splurge on.
The 51-year-old tells TikTokers which products will help them achieve the perfect look, whatever the occasion.
In a video, she describes her favorite products for a “shine” look, a “matte” finish, and an SPF-focused routine.
The real estate star offers comparisons and reviews of luxury skincare, drugstores and makeup; in a viral video, she compared the Charlotte Tilbury Foundation to the Wet n Wild Foundation
Bethenny Urges Users to Buy Shiseido Brush and “Get Rid of Anything You Don’t Like”; she tells her followers she loves Thirve mascara and only wants the “highest level” for them
Bethenny’s “highest level” and “immediately not” products
Bethenny urges users to “get rid of anything you don’t like” and follow her reviews instead, adding that she only wants the “best” and the “highest standard” for her followers.
In another viral video, which has racked up more than 155,000 views, she compared the fan-favorite Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Luxury Foundation to the drugstore brand’s Wet n Wild Photofocus Foundation and told her followers to save their money because both served “exactly the same purpose”. ‘
Bethenny has even taken on the role of other major Gen Z beauty influencers, such as 25-year-old skincare guru Hyram Yarbro, who is known as the platform’s number one ‘skinfluencer’. social media, despite having no qualifications in dermatology, and that can make or break a skincare brand.
Although Hyram gained fame through her straightforward and transparent reviews, the former RHONY star took over as the “Gen Z whisperer” with her step-by-step reviews of beauty and skincare. .
And social media users have fallen in love with Bethenny’s direct reviews, many of them trusting only her reviews for their must-have skincare and beauty products.
Social media users have fallen in love with Bethenny’s straight-forward reviews, with many of them relying solely on her reviews for their skincare and beauty products.
‘I will literally only buy the things you recommended from now on. Y’all haven’t let me down yet,” one user said.
“Living for this Bethenny,” one user said.
Another user added: “Love how all of your videos provide reassurance that we don’t have to break the bank to look good…thank you.”
“Live for this queen of content,” another user said.