For those of you who have been checking Shane Dawson's tweets on a daily basis to see when the next episode of The Beautiful Life of Jeffree Star is coming, I have some bad news... it might never be.
After six episodes, Shane and Jeffree finally released their Conspiracy palette (and Mini Controversy palette) to the world on Friday 1st November, which promptly sold out globally.
While the trailer for the series showed way more than we've actually seen in those six episodes, including the behind the scenes of the Tati Westbrook v James Charles drama, Shane took to Instagram live to share that he feels "done" with the documentary.
Admitting that he had loads of footage he hadn't included, Shane explained that he originally set out with the intention of exposing the beauty world. From PR packages, to brand trips, to drama, but since immersing himself in the makeup industry, he no longer feels comfortable going down that route.
He even admitted that he sent the trailer to James Charles for approval before he posted it, but now feels that he doesn't want to put the people that were involved through that drama again, considering how much time has now passed.
Admitting that he felt the series had come to a natural end with the reveal of their palette, Shane said he was shocked at how interested people were in the business side of beauty and how he felt it had brought the beauty community together again.
When one commenter accused him of stopping the series prematurely because he had now cashed in on his palettes, he was quick to defend himself, stating that he wasn't and never has been motivated by money and that in this situation he can't do right for doing wrong.
Although there might be hope for a look behind the scenes of everything that happened post launch day as Shane admitted that he was still filming, but just didn't know whether he was going to use the footage.
I, for one, will continue to refresh my subscription box in hope.
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