• Selena Gomez and her sister Gracie were seen supporting Taylor Swift during a show in L.A.
• Steve Martin and Martin Short, Gomez’s costars on Only Murders in the Building, are big supporters of her Rare Beauty brand and have used her products on set.
• Rare Beauty hosted its first-ever Rare Impact Fund Benefit, supporting mental health services and education for young people worldwide, with Short by Gomez’s side.
Here is what happened:
Selena Gomez has found strong support in her Only Murders in the Building co-stars, Steve Martin and Martin Short, who are big fans of her beauty brand, Rare Beauty. During the WWD Beauty Inc. Awards, Gomez joked about how she convinced her TV family to use her brand’s foundation on set, saying, “I kind of forced them, yeah, I did.”
Not only do the actors use Rare Beauty products on set, but Martin Short also accompanied Gomez to the first-ever Rare Impact Fund Benefit in October. Short expressed his fondness for Gomez, saying, “We adore each other…Well, I adore her and she pretends to like me. It works out.” Their close bond was evident throughout the charity event, where stories of vulnerability were shared, and laughs were had.
Gomez, who has been open about her own mental health journey, expressed her commitment to making a positive impact in the beauty space through Rare Beauty. She emphasized the importance of embracing one’s true self and not conforming to societal standards of perfection. Additionally, she spoke about the significance of the Mental Health Impact Fund associated with her brand, highlighting the importance of holistic well-being.
Looking ahead, Gomez expressed her excitement for the future of Rare Beauty, teasing upcoming announcements and exciting developments for the brand. She shared her enthusiasm for keeping the brand fresh, accessible, and innovative, with a focus on making it easy for everyone to use. With the support of her co-stars and her dedication to making a positive impact, it’s clear that Rare Beauty is set to continue thriving in the beauty industry.