Month: July 2020

15 Heirs and Heiresses Getting Rich Off Family Money

Some wealthy individuals work hard for their money, and others are born with it. The most successful business people often take care of their families by funding their extravagant lifestyles and leaving them inheritance money.

Many of these descendants become successful in their own right, but some use their family funds to enjoy a permanent vacation.

Click through to find out who the richest families are and who is inheriting their wealth.

Last updated: July 28, 2020

Petra Ecclestone Net Worth: $500 Million

Petra Ecclestone’s father, Bernie Ecclestone, was the CEO of Formula One racing for four decades and is credited with turning it into a bona fide sport. Along with her sister, Tamara, and their mother, Slavica, Petra will inherit her father’s fortune, which Forbes reports is $3.5 billion as of February 2018.

The socialite is a mother of three, and while she hasn’t worked for her money, she

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This New Online Retailer Pairs Shoppers With Beauty Brands That Align With Their Values

“Today, more than ever, shoppers understand that how and where they spend their dollars can drive real economic impact,” says Geenie founder Chana Ginelle Ewing.

Geenie founder Chana Ginelle Ewing.
Geenie founder Chana Ginelle Ewing.

We’re living in a time when major corporations are being put on blast — for problematic labor practices, problematic leadershipproblematic political affiliations, problematic sustainability practices, you name it. And consumers are increasingly questioning where and how they spend their dollars. 

Fortunately for beauty shoppers, it also happens to be a boom time for indie beauty brands, many of which are BIPOC-owned and driven by principles of inclusion, philanthropy and lifting up marginalized people. But parsing through the many (many) emerging labels on the market — and determining what their values are — can be complicated and time-consuming. Enter Geenie, a new e-commerce marketplace founded by author and marketing veteran Chana Ginelle Ewing, that seeks to 

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Is Rihanna set for world domination with the launch of Fenty Skin?

This image was taken from CHP - 23rd July 2020: Savage x Fenty
This image was taken from CHP – 23rd July 2020: Savage x Fenty

She’s the Grammy winner turned Hollywood actress turned sportswear designer turned cosmetics entrepreneur who revolutionised the stale, pale face of the beauty industry with her hyper-inclusive brand of make-up. Now, Rihanna is out to do the same for skincare.

Next week, the multi-hyphenate mogul — whose Fenty Beauty brand is valued at $3 billion by Forbes — is set to launch Fenty Skin. AKA, RiRi’s superstar glow, bottled.

News broke last week, when the singer shared a sneak-peek with her 85 million Instagram followers. “Ima try my best to be humble about this but @ fentyskin is coming July 31st,” the Bajan star wrote, sharing a link for fans to sign up for early access on July 29.

The teaser hints at three products — a cream-to-foam cleanser, an essence and a gel moisturiser. Instagram also

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Miley Cyrus Lands Back in Hidden Hills

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About five years ago, in 2015, when just 22, Miley Cyrus ponied up a very adult $5 million for a relaxed country spread in in L.A.’s guard-gated, equestrian-oriented and celeb-favored Hidden Hills enclave. So the celebrity real estate scuttlebutt goes, the country music scion turned international pop cynosure kept horses on the pastoral five-acre farm. The following year, she bought a secluded house out in Malibu that was sold earlier this year for $1.7 million, a fortune less than the slightly-more-than $2.5 million she paid. And then, in 2017, she dropped $5.8 million on a 30-some-acre country estate about 25 miles outside of downtown Nashville, which she still owns, before she sold the Hidden Hills property in the spring of 2018 for the familiar price of $5 million.

As a side note, some might argue the world’s most famous twerker missed the

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Woman apologizes after backlash from confronting ‘BLM’ homeowner

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The CEO of a cosmetics company issued an apology Sunday after a video was widely shared online showing her and her husband confronting a man and threatening to call police because he stenciled “Black Lives Matter” in chalk on his San Francisco property.

The video, which has been retweeted 155,000 times, has sparked accusations of racism and led a cosmetics distributor to cut ties with Lisa Alexander, founder and CEO of LaFace Skincare.

“There are not enough words to describe how truly sorry I am for being disrespectful to him last Tuesday when I made the decision to question him about what he was doing in front of his home,” Alexander said in a statement. “I should have minded my own business.”

The video, which first appeared Tuesday on the Facebook page of James Juanillo, shows a couple asking him whether he lives in the house

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Teyana Taylor’s First MAC Cosmetics Collection Is on Its Way

Teyana Taylor is one woman who has a long resume.

She could be performing as a singer one day, acting in a film the next, dancing on stage a week later, then pop up as a model in a major campaign while all of the above is going on.

Yet, she somehow found the time and energy to bring one more venture to life: her first ever collaboration with MAC Cosmetics. And it’s giving us all the colorful ’90s nostalgia we need.

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“I have always been a fan of MAC so to have the opportunity like this was the ultimate fan-girling moment, since I have been wearing MAC since I was 15 years old,” Taylor tells InStyle. “When I first met with the MAC team, everyone was so excited and it definitely meant a lot to me. From

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