If you were an early-2000s tween like us, then Lindsay Lohan was likely one of your pubescent pop culture icons (alongside Hilary Duff, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson, and Britney Spears, among many others). There was, of course, Mean Girls, which most anyone will tell you is something of a comedic classic. Before that there was Just My Luck in which a baby-faced Chris Pine starred as Lohan's love interest, and Freaky Friday, with Jamie Lee Curtis. Who can forget Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, in which she accurately portrayed our youthful desire for independence and misplaced teenage angst?
And then—we're taking it way back here—there was the gold standard of kids movies: The Parent Trap.
Now it looks like she's leaving acting behind, well, at least temporarily, to pursue other ventures—like beauty. According to Allure, while appearing as a guest on The Wendy Williams Show last week, Lohan revealed that she will be launching a brand-new namesake makeup line. She's even revealed a sneak peek of the packaging and products.
She posted this photo on her Instagram, captioning it #LOHANBEAUTY. It's a packaging sketch, which gives us a good peek at what the final products will look like upon their release. Just like Rihanna's honeycomb-shaped Fenty packaging, it looks like Lohan is going for a unique and recognizable shape.
Also seen in the picture is some scrawled handwriting that reads "powder & concealer & shadow," so we're assuming we'll eventually see a dual-makeup compact that contains a concealer and setting powder. Or perhaps it's a contour compact? The bottom of the image says "silver color to match Lipstick case," so we know we can expect a line of lipsticks too.
Next came this image, which shows what appears to be a white-and-silver casing—mascara? Concealer? We'll have to wait and see. Either way, it's piqued our interest. Lohan included #family on this image, before tagging her mother Dina and her sister Aliana. We're guessing this means that the new makeup line is a family affair and not just specific to Lindsay. After all, the name of the brand is Lohan Beauty and not Lindsay Lohan Beauty.
It seems like every celebrity is getting into beauty these days—including mid- to early-2000s icons like Lohan and even Paris Hilton, who recently launched her own line of holographic skincare products. Nonetheless, we're definitely interested in Lohan's first beauty venture. There haven't been any other details shared, but we'll be keeping our eyes peeled and our ears to the ground for more.