In addition, the singer incorporated her own cosmetics line, Rare Beauty, into her routine for maintaining her own self-care.
On Wednesday, Selena Gomez uploaded a video to TikTok that featured her going through her daily self-care routine while Ariana Grande’s “My Hair” played in the background (July 20).
In the text that Gomez provided for the shot, she made a reference to her Rare Beauty cosmetics line.
In the music video, she can be seen applying a lip mask, an under eye mask, and a variety of Unite haircare products while singing, “It’s got body and it’s smooth to touch/ in the same way that my skin/ But don’t be afraid/ To run your fingers through my hair/ Baby, that’s why it’s there/ Come and run your hands through it.”
Between the 14th and the 17th of July, “Resident Evil” was viewed for a total of 72.7 million hours, earning it the number two spot on the scoreboard of Netflix’s Top 10 most popular shows and movies for the week of July 11-17.
In the video game franchise known as “Resident Evil,” the storylines that take place in the years 2022 and 2036 are similar but not identical.
In 2036, Ella Balinska plays Jade Wesker.
In the year 2022, Tamara Smart will take on the role of Jade Wesker.
Her history in New Raccoon City continues to haunt her, as do her father’s connections to the sinister Umbrella Corporation; nevertheless, the events that took place to her sister, Billie, continue to terrify her more than anything else (Adeline Rudolph in 2036, Siena Agudong in 2022).
The week of July 11 through July 17, which was the third full week after the release of Volume 2, “Stranger Things” maintained its position as the number one show for the eighth consecutive week.
The amount of time spent watching television has dropped by approximately 85.9 million hours compared to the previous week.
In addition, Seasons 1-3 are still in the leaderboard; Season 2 is currently in fourth position with 33.7 million viewers, Season 3 is in fifth place with 33.2 million viewers, and Season 1 is in sixth place with 33.2 million viewers (31.5 million).
Additionally, the first season of ‘Manifest’ has been brought back into circulation.
The series had three seasons on NBC before the network decided to cancel it in June 2021; however, due to the series’ success as an acquired series on Netflix, the streaming service decided to pick it up for a fourth and final season, which will premiere in two parts, each consisting of 10 episodes, in the fall of 2022.
The first season of “Manifest” was ranked sixth with 28.4 million hours seen in the previous week, and it was third from July 11 to July 17 with 38.2 million hours watched.
The third season of “The Umbrella Academy” remained in the top 10 for a fourth week, however it dropped one spot to fourth place with 27.3 million hours watched.
Meanwhile, “Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight” debuted at No. 8 (21.2 million) with four days of availability following its July 14 premiere, and “Boo, Bitch” debuted at No. 9 (20.6 million) after failing to make the Top 10 last week following its July 8 premiere.The eighth season of “Alone” landed in tenth place in the rankings (15.6 million).