Biden Beauty Is An Actual Beauty Brand Inspired By Joe Biden

Although, the only beauty product they are selling is blue makeup sponges costing $20.20, that ‘cancel out orange’.

The brand currently sells Biden-inspired hoodies, tote bags, pins, stickers, and a blue makeup sponge. According to its website, Biden Beauty is not officially affiliated with the presidential nominee’s campaign, though it’s unclear who actually created the brand.

The brand says it’s ‘just proud’ to support the Democratic nominee and it will donate 100% of proceeds to the Biden Victory Fund, which raises money to help the former vice president win the 2020 presidential election.

“Inspired by Joe Biden’s own natural beauty, the brand hopes to show Americans that you are beautiful, powerful, and vital,” the brand’s website says. “Biden Beauty hopes to spread the message that America is and always has been beautiful, but to maintain this message, America needs to vote, and vote blue.”

While it’s unclear if Biden Beauty has plans to release actual makeup or skin-care products, the brand says it plans to launch new items up until the election. All items are limited edition and will not be sold after November 4, according to the website.

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