Last week I dreamt about McDonald’s brows, literally! I woke up, and all I could think about is all the crazy Continue reading
By shade, we do not mean the opposite of highlight. Shade is a term for being harsh or disrespectful about someone, or giving someone attitude. Shade can also be used to describe a particularly heated argument or event.
Example 1: When two celebs are having a Twitter war, you’d say:
“Did y’all see that shade on Twitter yesterday?”
Example 2: When your friend looks your outfit up and down and disses your new shoes.
“Girl, why you throwing shade at me?”
When you’re positively surprised or caught off guard by something majorly impressive. Like when a particular aspect of your makeup is popping, or your friend has gone above and beyond for you.
Example 1: When you’re applying highlighter and it’s blinding AF, you’ll say to yourself: “Come through highlighter!”
Example 2: When your friend manages to get you the last pair of heels in your size, you’d say: “Come through, Helen! You saved my life.”
A boujee girl is full of attitude, has major swag, dresses like a bawse, and is willing to spend ridiculous amounts on her appearance. She knows she looks fly AF and you better be treating her like the princess she is.
Example 1: *Walks in the club in head-to-toe Gucci…
“Damn girl, you’re looking boujee AF today”
Example 2: “That girl is so boujee, she won’t even carry her own Chanel bags”
If you’re feeling salty, you’re annoyed and acting up because someone has aggravated you or done something bad to you. You can also be referred to as being salty, if you’ve got a bad attitude.
Person 1: “Why you being so salty?”
Person 2: “My friend borrowed my new Liquid Matte and lost it.”
Your new way of asking for the hottest gossip. So, if you want to find out what’s been going on with your girlfriends, you’d ask “what’s the tea”, to get the dish on the latest drama.
Ex: *friend gets back from a hot date
You ask: “What’s the tea, I wanna know every last detail”