Halsey at an amfAR Gala in NYC 2018

Sorry, Halsey Is the New Face of Yves Saint Laurent Beauté

EDM vocalist Halsey has a new contract with Yves Saint Laurent Beauté, as well as a music video for “Sorry” from her Hopeless Fountain Kingdom LP.

Halsey and Yves Saint Laurent (YSL) Beauté recently announced a partnership via a news story in Allure. Rather than modeling for the brand, the singer will be posting photos of herself wearing the makeup MUA style on Instagram, where she has over 6.6 million followers.

Halsey Flashes HIV Patients

The announcement was made at the same event as Halsey’s wardrobe malfunction at the amfAR Gala in New York City last week, when everyone and the paparazzi snatched an eyeful. But they raised a lot of money for non-profits that support HIV and AID’s research, partly due to her rousing performance.

Idk I think my wardrobe “functioned” perfectly. Look @ that power stance.

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Halsey will be wearing YSL makeup during her appearance at Governor’s Ball this summer. Apparently she likes to do her own makeup and they are excited to see what she comes up with.

Yves Saint Laurent Beaute Spring 2018

Perhaps she will use the La Laque Couture Spring Look 2018 in Kinetic Blue ($28). It is part of the limited edition spring 2018 collection that includes the Lip Palette Collector Spring Look 2018 ($60), and the Couture Eye Palette Spring Look 2018 ($60). Shop for these products at the official YSL website.

Watch the Music Video for “Sorry”

Meanwhile the the music video for “Sorry” premiered last Groundhog Day 2018. The track is from her second studio album from Hopeless Fountain Kingdom that dropped in June 2017.

In the music video Halsey appears to have survived a horrific car accident, and is wandering around the wreckage dazed and bloody. But her hair and makeup look great, possibly because they are by YSL.

hopeless fountain kingdom vinyl urban outfitters

Hopeless Fountain Kingdom (2017) is available on limited edition vinyl, exclusively at Urban Outfitters. So you can get the fuller, richer sound of Halsey that only comes from analog. Note the teal splatter vinyl.

If you enjoy the pop music, then check out the new M.I.A. documentary. Read more about how MAC Cosmetics and SIA are modestly raising money for HIV and AID’s non profit organizations.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.