♫ Music Festival Looks: Zodiac Sirens ☾

Posted April 29th, 2015 at 10:15 pm

Hi dreamers! Festival season is right around the corner, so I teamed up with the Ipsy girls to show you a few of my favorite fashion and beauty looks inspired by the zodiac signs. Luh you!…

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  • JustSteph13633
    April 29, 2015 at 10:22 pm

    I instantly thought of Avatar: the last airbender when you mentioned the

  • Erin Kilgore
    April 29, 2015 at 10:23 pm

    My Birthday is the middle of the 13th sign and Sagittarius :) Since my bday
    is December 17th

  • Brenda Vu
    April 29, 2015 at 10:39 pm

    as a fan who actually cares, i’m not afraid to criticize the cultural
    appropriation in this video. the use of the “body jewelry” in that way uses
    south asian culture and minimizes it to some gems on a forehead to look
    ~spiritual~ and “trendy”. all i can say is i’m disappointed mish :( 

  • KATmelun KO
    April 29, 2015 at 10:43 pm

    Im born 29 of December so Im supposed to be a capricorn but its nothing
    like me.. :( I feel like Im some kind of defective human that even universe
    cant give me own sign… :/

  • Bhargavi CH
    April 29, 2015 at 10:44 pm

    Yes im a Sagittarius and an Ophiuchus i love it dec is the best month to be
    born in im not even bias like and comment if you agree fellow Sagittarius

  • DatGirlDoe
    April 29, 2015 at 10:46 pm

    There is nothing wrong with this video. She simply made it because she’s
    obviously fascinated in this stuff. Everybody in this video did an amazing
    job. She didn’t say anything bad about any culture, and couldn’t possibly
    get anything wrong since this was simply a fashion video. If anybody is
    seriously offended by this, then they shouldn’t of watched the video. They
    shouldn’t even be on the Internet if something this small and unintentional
    bothers them. 

  • Michelle Phan
    April 29, 2015 at 10:46 pm

    I apologize if I offended anyone here by mistakenly appropriating your
    culture. It was not my intention. I love sharing things that inspire me. I
    will be more careful next time :) Peace + Love ∞

  • ohheydea
    April 29, 2015 at 10:48 pm

    Omg I love astrology! Who else here is a Scorpio?

  • Makayla Weiser
    April 29, 2015 at 10:50 pm

    Woah, aquarius is has the symbol of air?! I thought it was water :( i’ve
    been wrong this whole time and I am and Aquarius.

  • Nia Glasgow
    April 29, 2015 at 10:51 pm

    Amusing how everyone is throwing around the word “racism” and using it
    completely out of context. “Racist” does not apply because you’re upset she
    used body gems in the video. She’s not hating on any cultures, get over

  • Michelle Phan
    April 29, 2015 at 10:59 pm

    ▶ [New Video]
    Music Festival Looks x Zodiac Sirens
    ♈♉♊♋♌♍♎♏♐♑♒♓ ‪#‎coachella‬ ‪#‎musicfestival‬ ‪#‎zodiac‬

  • Tamara Rodriguez
    April 29, 2015 at 10:59 pm


  • luckygreenstar22
    April 29, 2015 at 11:00 pm

    “Peace + Love” wonderful, Michelle, instead of actually realizing that
    Western cultures can take whatever they want from my own culture and it’s
    cute, but when I truly express something that has deep cultural and
    religious meaning, I’m laughed at, I’m shocked you’re just choosing to take
    the white girl hippy method and pretend like you’re spreading so much
    “peace and love.”

  • Michelle Phan
    April 29, 2015 at 11:00 pm

    Christen’s forehead gem was not a bindi. It represented the adornment of
    the third eye (hence why I’m also wearing third eye sunglasses) If I were
    recreating an Indian bridal look, I would totally use a bindi and talk
    about the history behind it. I’ve done this with the Dia de los Muertos
    look and many others. Culture is meant be shared and inspire. Calling this
    cultural appropriation means you are labeling our form of self expression.
    If this video offended you, I apologize, however just know that none of us
    had the intention to offend. We only to inspire all of you to express
    yourself by unleashing your creativity. Love + Peace to all of you.

  • Michelle Phan
    April 29, 2015 at 11:03 pm

    Everyone is entitled to their own opinions and beliefs, but please refrain
    from attacking others. I want this channel to be a safe place where we can
    all discuss (even debate) without having to resort to name calling and
    bullying. Love + Peace to all of you :) 

  • letsbelol
    April 29, 2015 at 11:10 pm

    Since you’re on I’m re commenting this in hopes that you will read it
    - Just today I was told by someone that I look ugly when wearing a bindi :) ))) but not just that, it HURTS. It hurts to see that things are only
    worthy when a white person approves of it. It hurts to see something so
    precious to us, lose its significance and get thrown around like a rock on
    the ground. It may seem like much to you, but trust me, when you’ve been
    taught to hate yourself, hate your skin, hate your family, hate your
    heritige, hate your culture, hate YOURSELF, it feels much, much worse than
    what I just described. We are told to assimilate into white culture, that
    we have no self worth or place in this world unless we leave our culture
    behind and dress like white people, eat the food they eat, listen to the
    music they listen to, force our parents to only speak English, ans despite
    doing all this, stil get laughed at, mocked at, for being brown.
    Participating in our culture proves our otherness, that we do not deserve
    to be in this country, that we have no self worth and deserve no respect. A
    non-South Asian person wears the bindi, it is generally seen as edgy and
    cute. They are praised for their bold “fashion” choices. But when someone
    like me or my mother wears the bindi out in public, we are either stared
    down with dirty looks, or are verbally or physically abused.You can roam
    around wearing the bindi while I am mocked and ridiculed for it. How is
    that fair? We are trying to protect ourselves, we are trying to protect
    this sacred thing in our lives from becoming an insignificant thing in
    western culture. We have gone through so much SHIT because of racial
    stereotypes that white people have associated with us. The point is, – you
    wearing the bindi is removing the cultural and religious significance of
    the bindi. I – along with millions of other south asians, are annoyed and
    offended that the bindi is only worthy when a non south asian wears it.
    That our culture is only worthy when a non south asian participates. You
    have double standards, and it hurts, its racist, and we are claiming what
    is rightfully ours. Please, PLEASE, respect the feelings of many south
    asians and do not participate in cultural appropriation. You may not mean
    it to be intentional, BUT IT STILL OFFENDS US. You need to respect that,
    you seriously do. You need to educate yourself on this issue and understand
    why we are so offended. Just because you didn’t intentionally mean to
    offend us or just wanted to “express your spirituality” doesn’t mean we
    didn’t get offended, and you have to respect us who got offended and be
    respectful. Please Michelle, I am BEGGING you. Please do some research, I
    hate feeling like crap because I happen to be Indian, and I hate that one
    of my idols is participating in an act that will further ruin my self
    worth. Thank you x

  • Adela
    April 29, 2015 at 11:11 pm

    At my school we have houses, and I’m Ventus (= wind/air) And it makes me so
    satisfied that I’m libra- and as you said air is my element….

    YAYYY ❤️

  • ShrinkingViolla
    April 29, 2015 at 11:12 pm

    When i wear my cultural clothing and ‘accessories’ i get made fun of and
    ridiculed to no end. The second a white girl puts it on it suddenly becomes
    chic, edgy and fashionable. I’m so sick of this bullshit, I hope these
    coachella bitches choke on their damn feathers. #culturalappropriation

  • Kaitlyn Van
    April 29, 2015 at 11:13 pm

    i know u mean no harm but pls dont appropiate bindis..

  • Karishma Singh
    April 29, 2015 at 11:14 pm

    Lmao are ppl really getting offended by the bindi? Hahahah I bet not one of
    them is Indian. As an Indian, I can tell you that a bindi can be worn by
    ANYBODY on anything ethnic. Wear it on western attire… Nobody cares.
    Though u might get glances in India of u wore them with western wear….
    Not cuz it’s culturally inappropriate, but cuz it’ll seem a bit bizarre. It
    is most definitely NOT just worn by married women. I wear them too when I’m
    all dressed up in sari, salwar kameez, Anarkali suit etc. Get a grip ppl!
    Don’t propagate bs when u yourself don’t know jack shit abt it. Loved the
    video, Michelle and the others :) 

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