See more photos of the dynamic duo (below)!
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And everyone who thought that was totally correct!
Lorde has helped dream up a deep plumb lipstick named after her album, Pure Heroine, as well as a sassy eye liner called Penultimate Eye Liner in Rapidblack.
Both products look incredible on the young Kiwi, and we're sure they'll look great on all her fans as well!!
Check out the items (below)!
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Did we mention spring has sprung? Yeah, we might've driven that point home several times, but really, spring is here and it's glorious!
It's also the greatest time to give yourself a mini hair makeover with inspiration from your fave famous people!
And we took the liberty to pick out the best of the best just for you!
Get that printer (or your phone-snapshot finger) ready and check 'em out …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Lorde has been busily singing all over the world recently, but she’s been forced to put the mic down and step away from the stage.
The 17-year-old was supposed to play eight Australia shows, starting April 24th, but the docs told her to head back with her fellow Kiwis. Her promoter stated that she needed:
It's so 80s of her — which, ironically, is a decade she can only know through reruns of John Hughes movies and nostalgia listicles.
The 17-year-old performed at the second weekend of Coachella on Friday in a black suit worn with a tight white t-shirt and white sneakers.
We'd like to interpret it as a knock to the hippie/boho fashion so prevalent during the festival. Talk about subverting the norm! Go, Lorde!
The singer also had on black lipstick and let her wild curls fly all over the place while she performed.
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We love a pop star with a good attitude!
Yikes! Are the claws out? Are Lana & Lorde feuding? Do they hate each other?!
Nope! Quite the opposite, actually!
Lorde took it all in stride and responded like the grounded singer that she is, even when Rob was praising West Coast over her album Pure Heroine!
So, what happened?
Well, the tweet-shade went like this:
Oh dear Lorde!
In a recent interview, Lorde admitted that she likes being a little bit arrogant, as her name implies:
"I like making grand statements. The name Lorde is quite grand and a little bit arrogant. I like that, I like the intensity of it."
Whoa! That in and of itself was a "grand statement!" Know what else we think is pretty grand? Lorde!
When asked if she cared at all about being called arrogant, this is what she had to say in response:
Lorde must be so happy, celebrating a big milestone like this!
She finally has met the source of her inspiration behind her Grammy-winning hit Royals.
If you don't know the story, it might come as a bit of a surprise to learn the inspiration behind Royals is 60-year-old baseball player named George Brett.
Well, it's specifically about a picture of him in a 1976 issue of National Geographic.
When she was a young teen in New Zealand, Lorde came across