Jeffree Star Biography
Jeffree Star is an American YouTuber, entrepreneur, makeup artist, and former singer-songwriter. His firm, Jeffree Star Cosmetics, is one he established and owns. He’s also a talented makeup artist, with over 16 million followers on his Jeffree star account, which covers beauty looks and lessons. Jeffree Star Cosmetics is his own cosmetics line.
Jeffree Star Age
How old is Star? He is 36 years old as of 15 November 2021. He was born Jeffrey Lynn Steininger Jr in 1985 in Los Angeles County, California, United States.
Jeffree Star Education
Star graduated from Pacifica High School in Garden Grove, California, in 2002. After graduating from high school.
Jeffree Star Height | Measurements
How tall is Star? the famous American artist stands at a height of 6’1″ (185 cm).
Jeffree Star Family | Parents
Jeffrey Lynn Steininger was born on November 15, 1985, in California, USA, and currently resides in Beverly Hills. He is the son of Marra Shubyann Lindstrom Steininger and Jeffrey L. Steininger. His father died when he was just six. He was raised mostly by his mother who worked as a model. He claims that as a child, he began experimenting with his mother’s cosmetics and persuaded her to allow him to wear them to school.
Jeffree Star Relationship|Husband
Is Jeffree in a relationship? He is single. From around 2015 to January 2020, he was dating Nathan Schwandt. He also dated Andre Marhold.
Jeffree Star NetWorth
She has an estimated et worth of $200 million.
Jeffree Star House
His property, which was first offered with a $20 million asking price last summer, has now been relisted with a new high-powered real estate agent, newly organized interiors, new listing photographs, and a newly improved asking price — $15.5 million, or $4.5 million less than Star wanted.
Jeffree Star Accident
Star and his friend Daniel Lucas were hospitalized after an automobile accident in Wyoming on April 16, 2021. He had a broken back and many fractures in his spine.
Jeffree Star Cosmetics |MySpace | Music | Career
She Cosmetics, Star’s e-commerce makeup line, was launched in 2014. Shane Dawson’s five-part docuseries revealed that the termination of Star’s music career had left him basically insolvent and that he had used his last savings to launch his makeup line. Star began advertising the company using YouTube videos, which led to the popularity of his channel, which currently has 17.4 million followers and over 2.4 billion views as of October 2020. “A musician and onetime MySpace celeb who recreated himself in the YouTube cosmetics instructional space,” according to Bustle magazine.
MySpace was utilized by Star to promote both his music and fashion design careers. Star used MySpace as a blog to reveal details about his personal life as well as social comments on “self-image and confidence,” celebrity, and beauty. Star had a significant fan base that joined up to join him on MySpace due to his use of numerous websites, giving his profile a high number of friends from the start. His photoshoots on MySpace would frequently receive over 50,000 comments. He also rose to prominence as one of the most popular independent artists, with daily rankings on MySpace placing him in the top tier.
Star began his career as an electronica and pop vocalist after becoming friends with Peaches drummer Samantha Maloney, who pushed him to write songs. He was advertised as a part of the True Colors Tour 2007, which visited 15 cities across the United States and Canada during the summer of 2007. The tour began on June 8, 2007, to coincide with Pride Month, and was sponsored by the LGBT Logo channel. In 2010, he participated in the second version of Kesha’s music video for “Take It Off.” Blood on the Dance Floor, Deuce, Millionaires, and Larry Tee are just a few of the musical artists with whom Star has collaborated.
Beauty Killer, Star’s first and only studio album, debuted at number seven on the US Billboard Top Electronic Albums chart in 2009. “Lollipop Luxury,” a collaboration with Nicki Minaj, was one of the album’s highlights. To promote his music, he went on multiple global tours. In 2010, he joined with Konvict Muzik, whose creator Akon dubbed him “the next Lady Gaga,” with the intention of releasing a second album. However, it was never released, and in 2013, Star unexpectedly departed the music industry for unknown reasons. Signing with Akon’s record company was afterward regarded as “the greatest mistake I’ve ever done.”