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Wait, I never knew Kenna claimed to have OCD. Can anyone share the receipts? I assume it was long ago so I won't do a full rant on it ~~*from a person with actual OCD*~~ but I swear to GOD with this girl. Who is she trying to impress with this shit? It's not like she's bullshitting about her health to get disability benefits, it's for kawaii internet points. Don't get me started on how she actively fucks up her health with her lifestyle and acts like it's nothing.
Also Kenna if your hair was the best it's ever been, you would still have some fucking curl left. Literally get a wig so I can snatch it.
So we're supposed to feel bad for her wanting more? Because even after supposedly living in poverty, she's not happy with her cozy apartment and trust fund in the bank???? What nightmare reality are you supposed to feel sorry for someone's envy????? Why is this poem just a janky story????????
"I'm sure you mean it as a compliment" like it isn't completely obvious? I think Kenna is a hot mess and a shitty personality but never said she was brain dead damn. It's not like she said a few pages back that sharing opinions about her look are OK if done right or anything...
I think I've figured out why Kenna bothers me so much. The internet is a sea of infinite bitches, many just like her. And yet, this siren just won't stop screeching. I know how it feels to be nothing more than just an object. It's not just mean or toxic or problematic, it's scary. I wouldn't wish it on anyone, even thinking about it makes me dizzy. And yet Kenna is actively making herself out to be an object of beauty, to pay the bills, which is fair enough. But trying to be more than that, such as a becoming a decent human being, she's not doing a very convincing job of it. There are much more frightening things in this world than people not liking how you choose to look. You can take away someone's makeup and wardrobe and keep their humanity in tact. You can be a person, an individual, just one who makes unflattering choices for yourself. If you want to know how it feels to be an object, let someone take your humanity away too. But don't worry, no one's going to snatch that wig until you start showing some first. Kenna obviously isn't trying to just be a beauty guru, but an online personality. Problem is every time she opens her mouth, the sane people want to close it and ignore the personality part of her career, leaving the only thing of value being her looks. It's sort of hard to look beyond the looks when all they do is lie, disappoint, and lash out at people who foolishly care about them. The only toxic thing here is her towards her own fans; for the fans than aren't enabling this shit I wholeheartedly pity them and wish them the best. Kenna, you are not an object, you are a grown woman who does not understand that building a career on your appearance and the whims of your audience means you need to be open to criticism. Criticism about things you can change. There are people who care about you as an individual, because despite everything you somehow manage to have so many caring and helpful fans, yet when you try to be more than just a tired and dirty face, you lash out or withdraw. When you are nothing more than an object, not even your fear and pain matter. No one would be coming to defend you against the big mean bullies and their opinions. No one would care that you were upset because people wanted you to do the job you made for yourself. Imagine being so privileged that the only thing you had to worry about is people telling you that you're ruining your own career with your own lazy and stubborn attitude.
With her complaints about valid criticism fully addressed, I wish to get back to the urgent topic of that outfit in the fan picture. So let me explain, in detail, why it's disgusting. The dress is bland and unflattering. The plain white fabric is both void of any shape or life while also managing to look cheap as fuck. The little structure the dress has is a fascinatingly tragic empire line that makes her look more old, tired, and stocky all at once; just like magic! This is masterfully paired with platforms that look like soccer mum sneakers, and a frankly inexplicable scarf. And to top it all of, our Fashion Fairy Queen herself didn't even iron it. It's amazing how much could be helped with just a pair of short heels and a fitted jacket. It'd still be garbage don't get me wrong, just let of a garbage fire.
tfw you think you lit but you just a flaming trash fire 😘👌🔥💅
Judging people for their natural bodies is different to judging people for ruining their appearance despite all their effort to look good. Everyone has body hair, but not everyone puts on too much blush and says its a cute look. It's not a cute look.
P. S The last bitch who should be bringing up body shaming is Little Miss "I'm so tiny and pale uwu"
Here's my quick attempt to find out if these items are cruelty free. As someone new to this, it can be surprisingly hard getting the right information. This is only a quick search so feel free to add info and corrections and I'll edit and credit if need be.
LUNA (concealer) Unknown, Korean brand e.l.f (powder) Yes NYX (pink mascara) Yes, but owned by L'Oreal who are not Etude House (eyeshadow) No Beauty people (eyeshadow) Unknown Bbi(a) (eyeliner) No Ardell (lashes) Yes No7 (blush) Possibly yes FRECK (freckles) Yes Sephora (lips) No, but at least this product is old
1. Adding such heavy blush over such minimal base makeup will just make your face look messy. Even if you have clear skin, it's a lot of blush. 2. This is made worse by adding highlight and freckles on top. 3. Using glittery eyeshadow as highlight will only highlight your skin texture. 4. Don't add highlight that close to your eye socket as makes your eyebags look sunken in by highlighting the difference between the cheekbone and the eye socket. 5. Pink and red are hard to combo, using both colours so heavily is a mistake. 6. As a general rule, dark lipstick and heavy blush is a mistake. 7. Heavy blush is a mistake. 8. Especially when you place it like that and further highlight your sunken in eyebags. 9. You do you but don't pretend that's how sane people contour their nose. 10. Keeping the brows a natural colour might help bring all the colours together, since too much pastel can wash you out and the natural brown of her eyebrows would flatter the dark red lip. But honestly, it's a lost cause at this point.
Honestly though, I liked the editing in this video. It was kept short, which is far better than her saying the same useless shit for 20 minutes. Her editing is simple but creative, but she often makes a lot of confusing and poor decisions with it in her longer videos, so I'm glad she's keeping it simple.
A little late to the party since this is mainly branching off from her Japan haul video, but my God is her sense of fashion a mess. I love fashion. I love fashion because there's a lot of thought that goes into an outfit and I know from experience that you don't need to spend much if you just plan your wardrobe wisely. I also love how subjective and personal it is. My motto is that if it makes you feel good, then it looks good.
But God damn if Kennackle is testing my patience. Everything from that haul was *daring* to put it politely. I can see the bomber jacket working but that's about it. Everything else is too unflattering or too hard to pair with other things. You can't have a wardrobe full of nothing but statement pieces Kenna! The reason this bothers me so much is that it goes back to money. Building a wardrobe means careful research to find the piece that don't just go with that one dress for that one occasion, but what works through seasons and moods and workplace uniforms. If you do it right, you save time and wardrobe space, and make it easier to coordinate your outfits. Do it wrong, and your left with things you can't use or no longer want to use.
For example, she knows she likes autumn, so why not buy jewel tones? Colours like emerald green and gold are flattering for Summer, Autumn, and Winter. But for spring, they can still be mixed with floral colours; navy blue and pale yellow, emerald green and pastel pink, etc. It's also the most flattering option for her natural colouring, and those small flower prints are both sophisticated and vintage. Navy dress + yellow suede jacket for the cold weather + muted red lipstick and shoes and BOOM you look like Snow White *and* a respectable adult! Same navy dress + pale pink lips and shoes + rose inspired accessories and BAM perfect spring outfit without buying a new dress. You get the point.
But Kenna brought *nothing* but pastel colours for an aesthetic she doesn't even want to have anymore. Except for that hamburger bag, she's wasted everything for her ~~spring aesthetic~~
Lia feels like an angsty high schooler from the early 2000s with her outdated and immature attitude to woman and beauty and gaming. Some of us might have been that angsty high schooler. Difference is everyone else grew up only to cringe at the past. Lia never changed. Having that toxic attitude is exhausting. Keeping up with lies is exhausting. In the end, that stress can ruin your looks.
When you are exceptionally tall or short like Kenna supposedly is, it can end up defining you, whether you want it to or not. Since I'm only an inch taller than our fairy queen, I can say this from experience. Being short makes you invisible and the centre of attention at times. "I didn't notice you because you were short, so let's joke about how short you are." Obviously this isn't 24/7, but you get the picture.
Now you can embrace your height, which is all well and good, or you can do what Kenna did and let it define you. That mix of either having no attention or all the attention from your height can be quite confusing; "do people even see me, or is my height all that they see?" Kenna loves being short, not because it's just who Kenna is, but because it makes her a fairy or a child. I think this obsession with her height is because she can use it to gather attention and to live in fantasy land.